The New Management: Bringing Democracy and Markets Inside Organizations

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Drawing on hundreds of examples of progressive management, a survey of 426 managers, and analysis of current economic trends, The New Management offers managers an accessible and stimulating overview of the benefits of a "corporate community" that unites the interests of investors, employees, clients, partners, and governments.
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Overview

Drawing on hundreds of examples of progressive management, a survey of 426 managers, and analysis of current economic trends, The New Management offers managers an accessible and stimulating overview of the benefits of a "corporate community" that unites the interests of investors, employees, clients, partners, and governments.
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The author explains and advocates New Management principles, arguing that the transition to such an approach is based on democracy and enterprise, two much-beloved keywords in this book. Presents numerous examples, survey data, anecdotes, and exercises for clarification. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459634824
  • Publisher: ReadHowYouWant, LLC
  • Publication date: 2/6/2012
  • Pages: 576
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.17 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Another Step Toward a New Economic System
Ch. 1 Management in Transition: Bridging That Divide Between the Old and the New 1
Ch. 2 From Hierarchy to Enterprise: Internal Markets Are the New Form of Organization Structure 27
Ch. 3 From Profit to Democracy: Corporate Community Is the New Form of Organization Governance 55
Ch. 4 The New Management Synthesis: Uniting Internal Markets and Corporate Community 83
Ch. 5 The Serving Enterprise: Relinquishing Our Grip on Self-Interest 105
Ch. 6 Knowledge Entrepreneurs: A Working Contract of Rights and Responsibilities 131
Ch. 7 Intelligent Growth: Balancing Ecological Health and Economic Progress 155
Ch. 8 Continuous Change: Rooting the Organization into Its Environment 179
Ch. 9 Inner Leadership: How to Handle the Coming Power Shift 201
Ch. 10 Managing a Unified World: Global Order out of Local Institutions 227
Conclusion: Drawing on the Power of Heritage 255
App. A: The Organization Exercise 263
App. B: The Stakeholder Meeting 266
App. C: Corporations in Transition Study 269
Index 277
The Author 283
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