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"Cultivating Capabilities to Innovate: Booz, Allen, & Hamilton. HBS # 5-698078. Study
Questions: Case: Cultivating capabilities to innovate: Booz, Allen, & Hamilton 1. Evans &
Wurster assert that Information Technology might enable some to escape the historical trade-off
between richness and reach. Does this apply to the consulting industry? 2. Is there a preferred
generic strategy in the consulting industry? How would you describe this position? What
organizational capabilities are necessary to successfully implement this strategy? 3. What is your
assessment of the methods Booz*Allen has employed to capture and deploy the learning and
innovations developed by prior teams? Are there other ways of accomplishing this? 4. Does
Booz*Allen need to worry about campaign selling? Do they need to worry about not being
perceived as the market leader in new service offerings? 5. What would you recommend that
Dickie and Varasano do?"

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