Introducing Positive Changes

Introducing Positive Changes - Chapter 6.4 Positive changes...

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Chapter 6.4 Positive changes could once have been attributed to few creative individuals who pioneered ideas into action and certainly many of the great 19th century names conform to this. It was actually a linked system with sources of finance, of marketing etc. being part of the Innovation. But the 20th century essentially changed this to organized R&D and the rise of the firms as the unit of innovation. We can think of particular names and innovations in this context – Bell Labs, 3M, Ford, Hewlett-Packard. Here the role of creators is important but the stage on which they act is essentially defined by the firm. By the 21st century the game moved on again and it’s now very clearly a a team game. Making positive changes and increasing profitability involves trying to deal with an extended and rapidly advancing scientific approach, different markets came up right across the world, political uncertainties, adjusting various discrepancies in the country leading to instability and of competitors who are increasingly coming from unexpected directions. The competition has to be addressed by managing positive levels at the network level.
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