Organize for Complexity

Organize for Complexity
Author : Niels Pflaeging
Publisher : Betacodex Publishing
Total Pages : 650
Release : 2014-02-20
ISBN 10 : 0991537602
ISBN 13 : 9780991537600
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL


A book about complexity and work - and about how to deal productively with both. A condensed introduction to the theory and practice of organizational high performance. A manifesto for contemporary leadership and profound transformation in organizations of all kinds. 2nd eidition. Now with a bonus chapter! "Boldly, Pflaeging dissects classic management theory and in a well-humored manner, offers coherent alternatives." Harvard Business Review "Niels Pflaeging is the father of the end of management." Winfried Felser, competence-site "When Pflaeging shakes the dogmas of management, they crumble in his hands." Financial Times Germany "Niels Pflaeging is always right up front, where the new in business is getting measured and mapped." Peter Felixberger, changeX

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