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All articles by Charles E. Lucier

The Trillion-Dollar Race to "E"

To pick the winners, look for a commitment to breakthrough innovation.
January 1, 2000  - by Charles E. Lucier and Jan Dyer Torsilieri

Beyond Stupid, Slow and Expensive: Reintegrating Work to Improve Productivity

Division of labor soon will be supplanted by a new paradigm — the reintegration of work.
October 1, 1999  - by Charles E. Lucier and Jan Dyer Torsilieri

To Win with Innovation – Kill R&D

Superstar free-agents are the key to product innovation. How can you tap your industry's Michael Jordan?
July 1, 1999  - by Charles E. Lucier and Jan Dyer Torsilieri

The End of Overhead

By eliminating expertise-oriented overhead and improving the productivity of knowledge workers, companies can reduce costs significantly.
April 1, 1999  - by Charles E. Lucier and Jan Dyer Torsilieri

Why Knowledge Programs Fail: A C.E.O.'s Guide to Managing Learning

What is the purpose of a company's knowledge program? To improve at a rate faster than the competition.
October 1, 1997  - by Charles E. Lucier and Jan Dyer Torsilieri

10x Value: The Engine Powering Long-Term Shareholder Returns

What does it take to grow shareholder value at world-class rates? More than profit and revenue increases. It takes strategic innovation to make it into the top tier.
July 1, 1997  - by Charles E. Lucier, Leslie H. Moeller and Raymond Held

Toward a New Theory of Growth

The old model, which says revenue growth and shareholder-value growth are correlated, does not go far enough toward explaining how the best companies create value. It ignores the formidable concept of strategic innovation.
January 1, 1996  - by Charles E. Lucier and Amy Asin