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Quo Vadis: Where does an innovative company go next?

David Straker


-- Introduction -- Level 1 -- Level 2 -- Level 3 -- Level 4 -- Level 5 -- Limitations/future -- References --

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1. Crosby, Philip, Quality is Free, Mentor Books, New York, 1979

2. Morgan, Gareth, Images of Organisations, Sage Publications, Newbury Park, CA, 1986

3. McGregor, Douglas, ‘The Human Side of Enterprise’ in Adventures in Thought and Action, Proceedings of the Fifth Anniversary Convocation of the School of Industrial Management, MIT, 1957, pp. 23-30

4. Hertzberg, Frederick, Work and the Nature of Man, World Publishing Company, 1966

5. David Milsted, They Got it Wrong (The Guiness Dictionary of Regrettable Quotations), Guiness Publishing, London, 1995

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16. What Money Makes You Do, Fortune, August 17, 1988, page 79

17. de Bono, Edward, Serious Creativity, HarperCollins, London, 1992

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20. Rogers, Carl, Towards a Theory of Creativity, in P. E. Vernon (ed.), Creativity, Penguin Books, Harmonsworth, UK, 1970

21. Watzlawick, Paul, Weakland, John and Fisch, Richard, Change: Principles of Problem Formation and Problem Resolution, W. W. Norton and Company, NY, 1974

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26. Janis, I, Victims of Groupthink, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1982

27. Bion, A, Experiences in Groups and other Papers, Tavistock, London, 1961

28. Kirton, Michael J., Adaptors and Innovators: A description and measure, Journal of Applied Psychology, 61, 1976, pages 622–629

29. Dilts, Robert B., Epstein, Todd and Dilts, Robert W., Tools for Dreamers, Meta Publications, Capitola, CA, 1991

30. Gardner, Howard, Creating Minds, BasicBooks, NY, 1993.

31. Shekerjian, Denise, Uncommon Genius, Penguin Books, NY, 1990

32. Gordon, William J. J, Synectics, Harper & Row, NY, 1963

33. Connor, Darryl, Managing at the Speed of Change, Villard Books, 1993

34. Rogers, Everett, Diffusion of Innovations, The Free Press, 1962

35. Miller, W. C., Validation of the Innovation Styles Profile, Global Creativity Corporation, CA, 1986

36. Amabile, Theresa M., How to Kill Creativity, Harvard Business Review, September/October 1998, pages 76 to 87.


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