Strategy & Leadership: Volume 39 Issue 2


Table of contents - Special Issue: Outracing change: learning to foresee, adapt, re‐invent and innovate faster

Henry Mintzberg: still the zealous skeptic and scold

Robert J. Allio

The purpose of this paper is to present an interview between Strategy & Leadership with the veteran observer and outspoken critic of corporate follies, Henry Mintzberg

The reinvention of management

Stephen Denning

The author believes that business leaders and writers are increasingly exploring a fundamental rethinking of the basic tenets of management. This paper aims to address this issue.

Leading adaptive change by harnessing the power of positive deviance

Brian Leavy

This is another in a series of Strategy & Leadership “Masterclass” papers that aims at bringing senior managers up to speed on an emerging topic – in this case, leading

The art of rapid, hands‐on execution innovation

Anssi Tuulenmäki, Liisa Välikangas

The purpose of this paper is to introduce a model of “rapid execution innovation” designed to increase the likelihood of achieving the kind of breakthroughs that develop

Indulgent parsimony: an enduring marketing approach

Kenneth Alan Grossberg

Indulgent parsimony (IP) was originally proposed as a marketing strategy for selling to recession‐shocked consumers shopping for less costly goods and services that would

Innovating low‐cost business models

Nicolas Kachaner, Zhenya Lindgardt, David Michael

The authors warn of an emerging competitive crisis. Multinationals are disrupting competitors and pioneering new price points and applications in the developed world with

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