The Learning Imperative is an invaluable resource for any manager striving to cope with today's environment of organizational innovation and change. Learning at all levels of the organization is not just an advantage; it's an imperative. Managers need to know how to design, build, and lead organizations that make continuous "organizational innovation" the cornerstone of their companies' competitive strategy. The Learning Imperative brings together for the first time 15 recent articles on this topic from the Harvard Business Review. Spelling out the logic, organizational design, psychological challenges, and key implementation issues of the learning organization, this anthology features the work of well-known management experts like Chris Argyris, Peter Drucker, and George Stalk; interviews with leading CEOs such as Paul Allaire of Xerox and Nicholas Hayek of SMH, maker of Swatch watches; and detailed profiles and case studies of innovative companies from around the world, including Canon, Honda, Levi Strauss, Motorola, and Wal-Mart.
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Subtítulo: MANAGING PEOPLE FOR CONTINUOUS INNOVATION