London Business School Review

Management innovation – the implementation of new management practices, processes and structures that represent a significant departure ...

By Julian Birkinshaw

Arthur M. (Art) Schneiderman pioneered what later became the concept of the balanced scorecard while a vice president of quality and ...

By Julian Birkinshaw

How companies operate has been established over two centuries. Is it possible for a firm to break the established rules of organisation?

By Julian Birkinshaw

Challenged by its CEO to source ideas from outside, Procter & Gamble decided to blaze a new path for its research and development function.

By Julian Birkinshaw

When the design firm, IDEO, opened for business, its three founders designed an organisation low on hierarchy, big on communication ...

By Julian Birkinshaw

Innovation is often focused on products. Yet the leader of one Indian company is shifting the business model of a 30,000-employee company.

By Julian Birkinshaw

It’s considered one of the basics of management. If you don’t have a budget, you aren’t really managing. Not true: UBS made budgeting ...

By Julian Birkinshaw

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