Recommended by: Nick Pay

Tushman and O'Reilly examine how leadership, culture, and organizational architectures can be both important facilitators of innovation and, not uncommonly, formidable obstacles. They demonstrate how to clarify today's critical managerial problems, use culture and commitment to promote innovation and implement strategy, and deal with changing innovation requirements as organizations evolve.

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by Nick Pay on GenomicsVisions Blog
Very interesting concepts in a changing world

The concept of "ambidextrous organizations" is something all companies should embrace in my opinion. The world changes fast and without warning causing larger firms to sluggishly adapt. This inertia costs them and their need to changes comes too slowly & often too costly.

Tushman & O'Reilly 's solution is both innovative and so obvious it is a wonder that other have not seen it before. It also amazes me that so few adopt the concept.