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In today's world, it's incumbents against insurgents, the old guard versus the vanguard. Companies must reinvent themselves and their industries-not just in times of crisis, but continually.Drawing on the experiences of Charles Schwab, Cisco, Virgin Atlantic, Disney, and other world-class companies, Gary Hamel explains the underlying principles of radical innovation, explores where revolutionary new business concepts come from, and identifies the key design criteria for building companies that are activist-friendly. He shows how to avoid becoming a "one-vision wonder" and instead harness the imagination of every employee, develop new financial measures that focus on creating new wealth, and generate vibrant internal markets for ideas, capital, and talent.
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About the Author
Gary Hamel, a noted business thinker and strategist, has been on the faculty of the London Business School for nearly thirty years. He is the founder of the California-based think-tank The Management Lab. He also created The Management Innovation eXchange, a pioneering effort aimed at reinventing management by harnessing the power of open innovation. Hamel is the author of five books and numerous articles for the Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and Financial Times. He is a well-known consultant and has led change initiatives in some of the world’s most prominent companies.