chapter  3
11 Pages

From Planning to Innovation Strategy—The Knowledge How

Over the years, I have given considerable thought to the essence of modern management-the vision, the language, the culture, the practices-and ultimately the strategy for optimal results. Ours has been a quest for the universal architecture, one that would connect relevant disciplines (e.g., economics, sociology, psychology, anthropology, and information science, to mention a few); and at the same time, we researched trends on all levels of the economy (i.e., micro-, meso-and macroeconomic). All this has been done in an era of unprecedented and kaleidoscopic change.