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Cambridge Business Magazine: Sometimes it works better to make changes quietly


The most profound National Health Service reforms may come from low-cost initiatives that operate “in the shadows” because they escape resistance from vested interests, says a study at Cambridge Judge Business School. “We found that reform initiatives which attract little attention can achieve bigger results because they are relatively shielded from too much interference,” said co-author Michael Barrett, Professor of Information Systems and Innovation Studies at Cambridge Judge.

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