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Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Update", 1998

Abstract

The software revolution has transformed the process of innovations as well as the way companies organize around intellect. This assertion by James Brian Quinn, Professor of Management emeritus at the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth, forms the core idea of his latest book. In this interview, Professor Quinn describes how these fundamental changes came to pass and what impact they will have on the role of the consumer, organizational structure, middle management, and the effectiveness of teams.

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Abstract

The software revolution has transformed the process of innovations as well as the way companies organize around intellect. This assertion by James Brian Quinn, Professor of Management emeritus at the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth, forms the core idea of his latest book. In this interview, Professor Quinn describes how these fundamental changes came to pass and what impact they will have on the role of the consumer, organizational structure, middle management, and the effectiveness of teams.

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