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Collaborative intelligence : towards the social organization

by Marco Minghetti

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Drawing on the principles of humanistic management, the present volume intends to describe the steps to be taken to transform a company into a social organization, be it private or public. The book consists of three parts, which are preceded by an introduction to the key concepts of Management 2.0. Part I describes the five steps which are necessary for a strategic and organizational transformation, while Part II shows how the function of HRM must change to adapt management and development pr ...… (more)
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Drawing on the principles of humanistic management, the present volume intends to describe the steps to be taken to transform a company into a social organization, be it private or public. The book consists of three parts, which are preceded by an introduction to the key concepts of Management 2.0. Part I describes the five steps which are necessary for a strategic and organizational transformation, while Part II shows how the function of HRM must change to adapt management and development pr ...

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