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The Intelligent Organization Engaging the Talent & Initiative of Everyone in the Workplace (Paperback)

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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1881052982
ISBN-13: 9781881052982
Sku: 30316318
Publish Date: 5/23/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.5H x 6.25L x 1T
Pages:  208
 
This text outlines how organizations can dismantle bureaucracy and replace it with more productive, fair, and dmocratic systems of organizing and coordinating work. The authors maintain that bureaucracy wastes the collective intelligence of employees and slows down their ability to make decisions and take action. "A stimulating adventure into the new management logic that can keep companies competitive into the next century."--Industry Week. 19 charts.
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How organizations can dismantle bureaucracy and replace it with more productive, operating systems.This text outlines how organizations can dismantle bureaucracy and replace it with more productive, fair, and dmocratic systems of organizing and coordinating work. The authors maintain that bureaucracy wastes the collective intelligence of employees and slows down their ability to make decisions and take action. "A stimulating adventure into the new management logic that can keep companies competitive into the next century".--Industry Week. 19 charts.Shows how to replace bureaucracy with fundamentally different principles for organizing and coordinating work. The Pinchots describe "intelligent organizations" that make full use of the intelligence of all employees. By developing and engaging the intelligence, business judgement, and wide-system responsibility of all its members, an organization can respond more effectively to customers, partners, and competitors. Topics include establishing internal free markets, community in the workplace, and limited corporate government. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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