Essential reading for all concerned about the fate of large corporations and government bureaucracies in the 21st century.
Creative and innovative management has come to be seen as essential in a world buffeted by rapid and dramatic change. Initially seen as characteristic of dynamic, entrepreneurial organizations, creative and innovative management is now seen as critical to the survival of large bureaucracies, whether they are part of the public or the private sectors.
This volume draws together major management scholars and strategists who examine the forces and factors that enhance or inhibit creative and innovative activities in large organizations. Examples are drawn from the United States and Japan as well as Eastern Europe and China. This volume is essential reading for academics and researchers, as well as practioners, charting the future of large corporations and government bureaucracies in a world of turbulent change.
Orientation and Overview by Robert Lawrence Kuhn Creative and Innovative Management: Background and Setting The Growth and Internationalization of Creative and Innovative Management by George Kozmetsky Dynamic Change in Diverse Political and Economic Environments The American Administrative Style: A Costly Inheritance by Walt W. Rostow Plan for Transition to a Market Economy in the Soviet Union by Gennedy Filshin Hungarian Transformation: Challenge for Innovation by Janos Vecsenyi China's Reform by Dyong Kong Management of Change in a Large Japanese Monopoly by Hidesada Toriyama Comments on Dynamic Change in Diverse Political and Economic Environments by Dennis Schorr Restructuring Large-Scale Bureaucracies for Creativity and Innovation Creativity and Innovation in Large Organizations by Paul A. Schumann, Jr. How to Make Entrepreneurship Work inEstablished Companies by Eric G. Glamholtz and Yvonne Randie Reassessing Human Resources in Large-Scale Bureaucracies by Helen M. Moye Innovation in Large NASA R&D Programs by Humboldt C. Mandell, Jr. Introducing Creativity in Educational Bureaucracies by Arie Y. Lewin Continuous Quality Improvement in Health-Care Services by Bertram S. Brown, Susan F. Lefkowitz, and J.D. Aguera-Areas Sustaining Excellence in the Twenty-First Century: A Vision and Strategies for the University of California's Administration by Richard Katz Strategic Alliances for Japanese Mid-Sized Firms by Robert Lawrence Kuhn New Technologies for Inducing and Measuring Creative and Innovative Management Generating Creativity and Innovation: A Marketing Perspective by Jerry Wind A Managerial Tool for Diagnosing Structural Readiness for Breakthrough Innovations in Large Bureaucracies (Technocracies) by Gerhard O. Mensch Forecasting Manpower Supply and Demand at Different Stages of Industrial Development by Arnold Reisman Identifying the Scope for Creative and Innovative Management in Large Bureaucracies by Timothy W. Ruefli Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems: Potential and Problems for Large-Scale Bureaucracies by Ronald M. Lee A Survey of Needs for Human-Friendly Fuzzy Systems by Akira Ishikawa Discovery Engineering and Negotiating Organizational Change by Julian Gresser Leadership for Creativity in Organizations by Nirmal K. Sethia A Personal Summary by Robert Lawrence Kuhn Index