The management of innovation

@inproceedings{Burns1961TheMO,
  title={The management of innovation},
  author={T. Burns and G. Stalker},
  year={1961}
}
Examines how organizations identify and respond to conditions of stability and change and classifies responses as appropriate or dysfunctional. Using case study and historical survey approaches, the authors formulate conclusions about organizations themselves, individual organization members, and sub-organizational combinations of members. These three perspectives correspond to the organization's goals, individual career aspirations, and internal politicking. Technical progress and development… Expand
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