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Organizing for the Future: The New Logic for Managing Complex Organizations

by Jay R. Galbraith, Edward E. Lawler

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A Leading-Edge Look at Advanced Organizational Designs Contributors from the Center for Effective Organizations: Susan G. Cohen, Gerald E. Ledford, Jr., Morgan W. McCall, Jr., Allan M. Mohrman, Jr., and Susan A. Mohrman. Perhaps the most thorough look at emerging organizational designs and management techniques written to date. Based on research conducted at USC's Center for Effective Organization, this volume tells how to create a company with high levels of employee involvement and identifies revolutionary new management techniques. Knowledge organizations, senior team management, distributed staffs, and virtual networks are among the many forward-looking organizational forms and phenomena explained and explored. Shows precisely how all organizational structures can be aligned to move information, power, knowledge, and rewards downward to maximize performance throughout the organization.… (more)
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Questo volume racconta come creare un'azienda con alti livelli di coinvolgimento dei dipendenti e identifica nuove tecniche di gestione rivoluzionarie. Le organizzazioni della conoscenza, la gestione dei team senior, il personale distribuito e le reti virtuali sono tra le molte forme e fenomeni organizzativi lungimiranti spiegati ed esplorati. Mostra esattamente come tutte le strutture organizzative possono essere allineate per spostare informazioni, potere, conoscenza e premi verso il basso per massimizzare le prestazioni in tutta l'organizzazione.
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A Leading-Edge Look at Advanced Organizational Designs Contributors from the Center for Effective Organizations: Susan G. Cohen, Gerald E. Ledford, Jr., Morgan W. McCall, Jr., Allan M. Mohrman, Jr., and Susan A. Mohrman. Perhaps the most thorough look at emerging organizational designs and management techniques written to date. Based on research conducted at USC's Center for Effective Organization, this volume tells how to create a company with high levels of employee involvement and identifies revolutionary new management techniques. Knowledge organizations, senior team management, distributed staffs, and virtual networks are among the many forward-looking organizational forms and phenomena explained and explored. Shows precisely how all organizational structures can be aligned to move information, power, knowledge, and rewards downward to maximize performance throughout the organization.

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