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By David Ulrich
Introduces a new way of measuring and thinking about the contributions of individuals to business success. This work makes the case that the role of Human Resources is increasingly important, as company assets become more intangible and reliant on intellectual capital.
Reveals the patterns through which innovation occurs in established companies, and identifies the managerial competencies firms need to make radical innovation happen. This book distills an interdisciplinary approach to mastering challenges. It features evidence from a study of innovation projects within ten corporations including IBM and DuPont.
By Robin Cooper
Demonstrates how the principles of activity-based costing and other advanced cost management techniques, such as target and kaizen costing, can drive business performance. This book describes systems which assist front-line employees in their learning and improvement activities and make better product mix and capital investment decisions.