Managing Complexity in High Technology Organizations

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High technology?which accounts for a rapidly growing section of the global workforce?presents a different set of management problems than have usually been encountered by traditional industry. In this book, Von Glinow, Mohrman, and their expert contributors discuss the reasons for this difference and define new organizational forms for global high technology management. Propounding a revolutionary approach to high technology management issues, they explore management teams, high velocity environments, and high ...

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Overview

High technology—which accounts for a rapidly growing section of the global workforce—presents a different set of management problems than have usually been encountered by traditional industry. In this book, Von Glinow, Mohrman, and their expert contributors discuss the reasons for this difference and define new organizational forms for global high technology management. Propounding a revolutionary approach to high technology management issues, they explore management teams, high velocity environments, and high technology marketing, as well as human resource considerations, including team interdependence, compensation, and culture clash.

Defines new organizational forms for global high technology management. Explores management teams, high velocity environments, marketing, human resource considerations and culture clash.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780195057201
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication date: 1/4/1990
  • Pages: 344
  • Lexile: 1390L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.56 (h) x 1.09 (d)

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Contributors
1. High Technology Organization: An Introduction, Susan A. Mohrman and Mary Ann Von Glinow
2. Technology Transfer and the Technopolis, Everett M. Rogers and Ying-Chung Annie Chen
3. Technology and Global Strategies and Organizations, Jay R. Galbraith
4. International Competition in High Technology: The Case of the United States, Japan, and Europe, Gerardo R. Ungson
5. Charting Strategic Decisions in the Microcomputer Industry: Profile of an Industry Star, Kathleen M. Eisenhardt and L. Jay Bourgeois III
6. Dynamic Tension in Innovative, High Technology Firms: Managing Rapid Technological Change Through Organizational Structure, Claudia Bird Schoonhoven and Mariann Jelinek
7. Perennial Renaissance: The Marketing Challenge in High Tech Settings, Thomas J. Kosnik
8. Managing a High-Reliability Organization: A Case for Interdependence, Karlene H. Roberts and Gina Gargano
9. Implementing New Production Technologies: Exercises in Corporate Learning, Dorothy Leonard-Barton
10. Managing High Tech Processes: The Challenge of CAD/CAM, Paul Adler
11. High Technology Performance Management, Allan M. Mohrman, Jr., et al.
12. Beyond the Clash: Managing High Technology Professionals, Susan Resnick-West and Mary Ann Von Glinow
13. The Role of Compensation in the Human Resource Management Strategies of High Technology Firms, Luis R. Gomez-Mejia and Theresa M. Welbourne
14. High Technology Organizations: A Synthesis, Susan A. Mohrman and Mary Ann Von Glinow
References Index

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