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Creative destruction : why companies that are built to last underperform the market, and how to successfully transform them / Richard Foster and Sarah Kaplan.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: New York : Currency/Doubleday, 2001Description: xii, 366 p. : il., gráf. byn ; 23 cmISBN:
  • 9780385501330 (hardcover)
  • 9780385501347 (trade paperback)
Other title:
  • Creative destruction [Parallel title]
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • HD58.8 F687 2001
Contents:
chap. 1. Survival and performance in the era of discontinuity -- chap. 2. How creative destruction works: the fate of the East River Savings Bank -- chap. 3. Cultural lock-in --chap. 4. Operating vs. creating: the case of Storage Technology Corporation -- chap. 5. The gales of destruction -- chap. 6. Balancing destruction and creation -- chap 7. Designed to change -- chap. 8. Leading creative destruction -- chap. 9. Increasing creation by tenfold -- chap. 10. Control, permission, and risk -- chap. 11. Setting the pace and scale of change -- chap. 12. The ubiquity of creative destruction.
List(s) this item appears in: Economía y Educación Creativa
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chap. 1. Survival and performance in the era of discontinuity -- chap. 2. How creative destruction works: the fate of the East River Savings Bank -- chap. 3. Cultural lock-in --chap. 4. Operating vs. creating: the case of Storage Technology Corporation -- chap. 5. The gales of destruction -- chap. 6. Balancing destruction and creation -- chap 7. Designed to change -- chap. 8. Leading creative destruction -- chap. 9. Increasing creation by tenfold -- chap. 10. Control, permission, and risk -- chap. 11. Setting the pace and scale of change -- chap. 12. The ubiquity of creative destruction.

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