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Authors: - Various
Published by: MIT Sloan School of Management
Published in: "MIT Sloan Management Review", 2002
Length: 10 pages

Abstract

Articles include: (1) Issue Selling in the Organization, (2) Is Global Software an Oxymoron?; (3) What''s the Best Commercialization Strategy for Startups?; (4) Performance-Benchmarked Portfolios; (5) Becoming an Internet Generation Company ; (6) The Perils of Power; (7) Building Scientific Networks for Effective Innovation; and (8) The Principles of Decision Making.

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Abstract

Articles include: (1) Issue Selling in the Organization, (2) Is Global Software an Oxymoron?; (3) What''s the Best Commercialization Strategy for Startups?; (4) Performance-Benchmarked Portfolios; (5) Becoming an Internet Generation Company ; (6) The Perils of Power; (7) Building Scientific Networks for Effective Innovation; and (8) The Principles of Decision Making.

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