All articles by Charles E. Lucier
Beyond Stupid, Slow and Expensive: Reintegrating Work to Improve ProductivityOctober 1, 1999 Division of labor soon will be supplanted by a new paradigm — the reintegration of work.
by Charles E. Lucier and Jan Dyer Torsilieri
Why Knowledge Programs Fail: A C.E.O.'s Guide to Managing LearningOctober 1, 1997 What is the purpose of a company's knowledge program? To improve at a rate faster than the competition. by Charles E. Lucier and Jan Dyer Torsilieri
10x Value: The Engine Powering Long-Term Shareholder ReturnsJuly 1, 1997 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. by Charles E. Lucier, Leslie H. Moeller, and Raymond Held
Toward a New Theory of GrowthJanuary 1, 1996 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. by Charles E. Lucier and Amy Asin
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