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By Jena McGregor
Some of the most powerful and lasting management methods were launched during tough times, when companies needed new ways to manage costs and grow. Here is a look back at some of the biggest ideas over the past 100 years.
Data: Giant Steps in Management: Innovations that change the way we work, by Michael Mol and Julian Birkinshaw; companies
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