Payback: Reaping the Rewards of Innovation

    By James P Andrew, Harold L Sirkin, John Butman
If you're like most people, you bet your career and company on innovation because you must. 'Payback' offers the reader a new way to think about and manage innovation that will dramatically improve the odds of success.
    ABOUT THE AUTHORS
HAL SIRKIN, JIM HEMERLING and ARINDAM BHATTACHARYA are partners of the Boston Consulting Group. Sirkin, based in Chicago, is a Senior Vice President and worldwide leader of BCG Global Operations practice. Hemerling, who has been based in Shanghai since 2000, is the managing director of BCG Greater China. Bhattacharya is a BCG Vice President, and leads the firm's office in New Delhi.
HAL SIRKIN, JIM HEMERLING and ARINDAM BHATTACHARYA are partners of the Boston Consulting Group. Sirkin, based in Chicago, is a Senior Vice President and worldwide leader of BCG Global Operations practice. Hemerling, who has been based in Shanghai since 2000, is the managing director of BCG Greater China. Bhattacharya is a BCG Vice President, and leads the firm's office in New Delhi.
JOHN BUTMAN was the collaborating writer for PAYBACK and TRADING UP: THE NEW AMERICAN LUXURY (Portfolio 2003) and author of many other titles.

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ISBN 9781422103135
Language English
Pages 228
Publish Date 01/01/2007
Publisher Harvard Business School Press