Lessons from the Recession: A Management and Communication Perspective

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Explores the differential effects of recession on public and private sector organizations in America, Europe, and Asia.
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Overview

Explores the differential effects of recession on public and private sector organizations in America, Europe, and Asia.
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Table of Contents

Preface

1. Introduction: What Lessons Can Be Learned from Recession?

King, Sarah S., and Cushman, Donald P.

Section One: Lessons from America

2. Lessons In Mass Media Depletion of Economic Conditions during a Recession

Smith III, Ted J., and Lichter, S. Robert

3. Lessons from Benchmarking Downsizing in IBM

King, Sarah S., and Cushman, Donald P.

4. Lessons from Leading Organizational Turnaround at IBM

Cushman, Donald P., and King, Sarah S.

5. Lessons in Governmental Budgeting during Recession in the United States

Morris, Susanne

6. Lessons for Entirement: Strategies and Skills for Self-Management, Lifelong Development

Harrison, Randall

Section Two: Lessons from Europe

7. Lessons from Rethinking High-Speed Management: Successful Adaptation of American Theory to an European Company

Raimondi, Giuseppe

8. Lessons in Communicating Change In Transition: Some Dilemmas and Strategic Choices

Czynczyk, Artur, MacDougall, Robert, and Obloj, Krzysztof

9. Lessons from Recession in Central and Eastern Europe: From Survival to Continuous Improvement

Kozminski, Andrzej K.

10. Lessons in How Recession Taught Organizations to Communicate

Quirke, Bill

Section Three: Lessons from Asia

11. Lessons from Japanese Multinationals and Japan's Government

Cushman, Donald P., and King, Sarah S.

12. Lessons in Marketing Strategies during Recession from High-Speed Management to Sun Tzu's Art of War

Martin, Ernest F., Jr.

13. Lessons in Managing Government Competitiveness

Cullen, Ron

14. Lessons in Government Communication Strategies of Best Practices in Australia

Johnston, Robyn

References

Contributors

Index

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