Research Handbooks in Business and Management series
Edited by Adrian Wilkinson, Keith Townsend and Gabriele Suder
Chapter 15: Managing managers across cultures: different values, different ethics
However, in spite of the recognition that organisations have no choice but to continually create novelty in products and services as well as in the way these are produced and delivered to the market, creativity and innovation remains one of the biggest managerial challenges (Haour, 2004). As noted by Manville and Ober (2003, p. 48), ‘We are in a knowledge economy, but our managerial and governance systems are stuck in the Industrial Era.’
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