- Häftad (Paperback)
- Antal sidor
- Laoux (Frederic)
- Appert, Etienne (ill.)
- Etienne Appert
- , colour illustrations
- 253 x 204 x 12 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 4439:Standard Color 8 x 10 in or 254 x 203mm Perfect Bound on Standard 70 White w/Matte Lam
- 480 g
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An Illustrated Invitation to Join the Conversation on Next-Stage Organizations
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The book resonates widely, but not everyone has time to devote to a dense 360-page management book. This illustrated version conveys the main ideas of the original book and shares many of its real-life stories in a lively, engaging way. Don't be surprised if you find it hard to put down and end up reading it almost in one sitting. Welcome to the conversation on next-stage organizations!
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PRAISE FOR THE ORIGINAL EDITION OF REINVENTING ORGANIZATIONS
"A stimulating and inspiring read!"
-Robert Kegan, Harvard University's Meehan Professor of Adult Learning and author of In Over Our Heads
"Everything you need to know about building a new paradigm organization!"
-Richard Barrett, chairman and founder of the Barrett Values Centre
"Congratulations on a spectacular treatise."
-Ken Wilber, author of A Brief History of Everything
"Ground-breaker! Game-changer! Brilliant!"
-Jenny Wade, Ph.D., author of Changes of Mind
"Frederic Laloux has done business people and professionals
everywhere a signal service."
- Bill Torbert, author of Action Inquiry
"The most important and inspiring business book I've ever read."
-Tony Schwartz, author of The Way We're Working Isn't Working
"A book like Reinventing Organizations only comes
along once in a decade."
-Norman Wolfe, author of The Living Organization
"Frederic Laloux is one of the few management leaders exploring what comes next. It's deeply different."
-Bill Drayton, founder, Ashoka: Innovators for the Public
Bloggat om Reinventing Organizations
Introduction - This doesn't quite look like a management book
Part 1 - Could we be about to invent a whole new management paradigm?
Part 2 - How do these new organizations work, then?
Part 3 - So ... how do we get there?