Fully revised with a new introduction, this book provides an action plan for any company or individual intent on becoming and staying an industry revolutionary. Hamel argues that the fundamental challenge companies face is reinventing themselves and their industries, not just in times of crisis - but continually. Based on an extensive study of qgray-haired revolutionaries, q including Charles Schwab, Cisco, Virgin, UPS, Semex, and GE Capital, Leading the Revolution shows how companies can continue to grow and thrive, even in ever-changing turbulent world markets. Distinctive features and benefits to readers: explains the underlying principles of radical innovation; explores where revolutionary new business concepts come from; identifies the key design criteria for building companies that are activist-friendly and revolution-ready; and details the steps your company must take to make innovation an enduring capability. Packed with insight and practical advice, Leading the Revolution shows you how to: get off the treadmill of incrementalism; save your company from becoming a qone-vision wonderq; harness the imagination and passion of every employee; and create vibrant internal markets for ideas, capital, and talent.Fully revised with a new introduction, this book provides an action plan for any company or individual intent on becoming and staying an industry revolutionary.
|Title||:||Leading the Revolution|
|Publisher||:||Harvard Business Press - 2002|