The High Performance Organization: Creating Dynamic Stability and Sustainable Success

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 2005 - Business & Economics - 452 pages
Increased global competition, aided and abetted by technology, has meant that organizations in every sector are having to compete on the basis of speed, cost, quality, innovation, flexibility and customer-responsiveness. If organizations wish to be able to compete successfully in the global marketplace, they need to develop innovative products and services quickly and cost-effectively.

The High Performance Organization provides invaluable information and practical tools for people engaged in leading organizational change efforts as an executive, line manager, HR practitioner or change agent.

This practical text is grounded in organizational reality as well as having a sound theoretical setting. Illustrative case studies have been drawn from consultancy practice and a wide range of current research.

* A topical, how-to approach to change management designed for practitioner use
* Covers managing change as a project and strategic change management and offers clear guidance and practical solutions for maximising success
* Text is supported by research data and case study analysis

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It's a dry and highly abstract book. The author gathered all the facts and theories from other authors' publications and her only contribution is to summarize them.

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