To succeed in the global marketplace for new goods and services, American corporations must learn how to innovate and develop new businesses better and faster than their competition. To do this requires a special culture--one that is much different from the traditional culture of American business. Oden's unique book looks for the first time at the relationships among these elements--innovation, intrapreneurship, and corporate culture--and points out how these three elements can be integrated to achieve the maximum advantage in global competition. A concise but comprehensive, readable text and resource for corporate management, professionals involved in product development, and teachers and students with special interest in organizational development, innovation, and intrapreneurship.
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