In the production society, competitive advantage was based on production productivity. The ones with the the leanest production processes were the winners in the industrial game.
In today's thought-driven economy, where information and ideas is the "raw material" and business concepts the new products, thought productivity is even more important. Transforming companies into thought factories, thought cells and thought nets, and increasing knowledge worker productivity as we did with blue collar productivity during the 20th century is, probably, the greatest managerial challenge of the 21st century.
Managing T is a short introduction to the thoughts related to the book 21st Century Management – Leadership and Innovation in The Thought Economy.
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