Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Power of Constant Strategic Innovation

Strategic innovation is the lifeblood of business growth and lasting profitability. It enables you to push the envelope of customer value creation, positioning your company as the strategic partner of choice. It also allows you to price higher, grow faster, … read on

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The Problem with Accounting

What’s the difference between profits and profitability? In most companies, a net income deficiency of 30% or more. Let me explain. Accounting information is at the core of virtually all of our business processes. It is axiomatic that accounting has … read on

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The Missing Element in Large-scale Change

Large-scale change. Most managers view it as the ultimate management challenge. I remember when I wrote my Harvard Business School Working Knowledge column, “The Challenges of Paradigmatic Change.” The column went out on the Web on a Monday morning, and … read on

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