Management Innovation

Name your favorite oxymoron. Is it "jumbo shrimp"? Is it "military intelligence"?

How about "management innovation"?

At Slow Leadership, blogger Adrian Savage has an entry about that very thing that points to an excellent piece by strategy and innovation guru Gary Hamel.

At the Business Innovation Insider, Hamel calls for continuous innovation in management processes, such as

- how management creates strategy,
- how it sets priorities,
- how it allocates capital,
- how it organizes activity,
- how it motivates employees, etc.

But Hamel realizes that there are barriers in the way of such innovation, including managers themselves.

How do we change the thinking of managers so that they can get out of their own way...and get out of the box?

Posted by Terrence Seamon, 11/09/06

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