Innovation Management: Strategies, Concepts and Tools for Growth and Profit / Edition 2

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Overview

Innovation Managementprovides 10 essential and practical tools to help innovators guide their ideas to marketplace success. Following the publication of the successful First Edition, and in response to many readers’ positive feedback for its case studies, the Second Edition contains a large number of new mini case studies about innovative start-ups, businesses and ideas in the period of 2007–10. The book comes with a CD featuring three hours of professionally produced lectures by the first author (Shlomo Maital), including interviews with the authors of the case studies that appear towards the end of each chapter.

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Editorial Reviews

Uday India
A unique book in the rapidly growing discipline of innovation management...combines the extensive knowledge and international experience...provides full coverage of vitally important area of business...an ideal book for business school programmes and also provides guidance for executives and managers seeking better understanding of the value of innovation.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788132107224
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 9/4/2012
  • Series: Response Books Series
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 523
  • Sales rank: 817,119
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Shlomo Maital was the academic director of Technion Institute of Management (TIM), Israel’s leading executive leadership development institute and a pioneer in action learning methods (2001–09). He was Visiting Professor of Management of Technology M.Sc. program for 20 years at MIT Sloan School of Management, teaching over 1,000 R&D engineers from 40 countries. He is the author, co-author or editor of eight books, including Global Risk/Global Opportunity (2010); Innovation Management (2007); Executive Economics (1994), translated into seven languages; Managing New Product Development and Innovation (2000).

He was a pioneer in behavioural economics and co-founder of Society for Advancement of Behavioural Economics (SABE), an academic society of which he served as President. He has published over 80 scholarly articles in refereed journals. He has written guest editorials for Barron, and writes regular columns for Globes (Israel’s business daily) and Jerusalem Report (fortnightly). He served as Director of the National & Economic Planning Authority, Economics Ministry, Government of Israel. He has taught some 1,000 managers from 200 Israeli companies. His research currently focuses on profit-driven innovation—how to combine creativity and discipline to achieve marketplace success—and on leveraging business opportunities arising from the global downturn.

D V R Seshadri is an Adjunct Faculty at Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bangalore. His areas of interest are Business-to-Business Marketing, Corporate Entrepreneurship and Strategy. He holds a B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, M.S. (Engineering Sciences) from University of California, San Diego and a Fellow title (Doctorate) from IIM Ahmedabad, with specialization in Production and Quantitative Methods. He has over 15 years of industrial experience prior to joining academics since 2000. He teaches in the various programmes at IIM, Bangalore, in his areas of interest and at IIM, Ahmedabad, in the one-year executive MBA programme. He also teaches in various Executive Development Programmes at IIM, Bangalore. He works closely with several companies, providing them training/consulting services in his areas of expertise.

Over the last 10 years, he has developed a number of case studies and authored a number of research papers. He has co-authored three books: Innovation Management (2007) and Global Risk/Global Opportunity (2010) with Professor Shlomo Maital; and Indian adaptation of the book, Business Market Management (B2B): Understanding, Creating and Delivering Value (2010), with James Anderson, James Narus and Das Narayandas.

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Table of Contents

Prologue Shlomo Maital and D V R Seshadri
PART ONE: STRATEGIES AND CONCEPTS FOR INNOVATION
The Innovation Imperative: Why Innovate?
The Innovation Portfolio: What to Innovate?
The Innovation Voices: How to Innovate?
The Innovative Mind: Who Innovates?
PART TWO: TOOLS FOR PROFIT AND GROWTH
Price-Cost-Value
Hidden Costs, Hidden Benefits
Trade-Offs: Optimizing and Eliminating Them
Cost Functions: 'Survival of the Fittest'
People, Knowledge and Machines: In Search of a Free Lunch
Scale and Scope: Scaling Markets of One
Learning Curves Are Made, not Born
Where is the Money? Markets and Demand-Driven Innovation
Calculating Risks: Decision-Making in an Uncertain World
Competing by Collaborating
Epilogue: Ten Essential Tools
Index

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