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  • In today's business environment, there is no executive task more vital and demanding than the sustained management of innovation and change. Rapid changes in the marketplace make it essential to think in terms of the future. This article discusses the various types of innovation and focuses on how to organize for today's work while managing for tomorrow's innovation. It also deals with the role of leadership—specifically, the relationship between executive leadership and innovation. ()
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