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From the Publisher"This is a rich and significant book on one of the most important issues facing managers today. Innovation is the key driver for the future of businesses and societies. There is an excellent balance of theory, empirical insight and implications for practice. Students, academics and business people will find this a major source of insights into the complexities of managing the innovation process."Ken Starkey, Nottingham University "
By focusing on managers' own theories, Storey and Salaman break fresh ground in our understanding of the processes of organizational innovation, a topic that has national and practical, as well as theoretical, significance." David A. Buchanan, Leicester Business School
"Important book. The authors highlight the utter centrality of managerial mindsets and orientations to organizational innovativeness. All the other factors that are crucial to organizational innovation hinge on the right managerial perspective." Deborah Dougherty, Rutgers University
"Primarily designed as a student text, for those concerned with the subject, but would also be useful to help re-educated a large number of 'de-innovating' managers." Long Range Planning