Major Works

Major Works

 
Managing the Future Tucker, Robert B. G.P. Putnam's Sons , 1991 Major Works, Management

In Managing for the Future, Tucker details the 10 driving forces of change for the 90s -viewing change as a dynamic and optimistic force. Theory and description flow smoothly in seamless transitions that not only sweep...

 
 
The Man Who Discovered Quality Gabor, Andrea Times Books , 1990 Business Biographies, Major Works, Management

The Man Who Discovered Quality is an in depth introduction to W. Edwards Deming, his work, the various applications, the problems and opportunities, and his philosophy of variation. The author explains...

 
 
Only the Paranoid Survive Grove, Andrew S. Currency Doubleday , 1996 Global Business, Major Works

Intel is the world’s largest chipmaker, the fifth most admired company in the United States and the seventh most profitable company among the Fortune 500. Andrew Grove attributes this success to having a healthy...

 
 
The Working Life Ciulla, Joanne B. Times Books , 2000 Human Resources, Major Works, Personal Growth

Americans live in a work-oriented society where, even though there is more freedom, flexibility, convenience, and efficiency, work determines the lives of most individuals. It is a culture of paradox that celebrates...

 
 
How Digital Is Your Business? Slywotzky, Adrian J. | Morrison, David J. | Weber, Karl Crown Publishing , 2000 Major Works, Technology

Digitization is the most important issue in business today. Traditional old-economy companies must avoid falling prey to the unprecedented forces of creative destruction unleashed by the digital economy. For e-...

 
 
The Rule of Three Sheth, Jagdish N. | Sisodia, Rajendra S. The Free Press , 2001 Major Works, Management

According to The Rule of Three, "natural" competitive market structures evolve by a process that is analogous to the selection processes found in nature, which favor those who are the strongest, the...

 
 
Communicating for Managerial Effectiveness Clampitt, Phillip G. Sage Publications , 2001 Communication, Innovation, Major Works, Management, Personal Growth

It is Clampitt's premise that because communication is at the core of managerial effectiveness, managers must have a clear view of their abilities to communicate and the challenges involved in the process, however,...

 
 
Managing in the Next Society Drucker, Peter F. St. Martin's Press , 2002 Major Works, Management

Neither Peter Drucker nor his work needs any real introduction. In the business world, he is considered the "guru s guru," the "father of management," the "one great thinker management theory has produced," the "...

 
 
The Tipping Point Gladwell, Malcolm Little, Brown & Company , 2003 Innovation, Major Works

How is it that Paul Revere’s ride is heralded to this day, while the endeavors of William Dawes, who also rode at the very same time to warn of the British, barely rate a footnote in history? How is it that Hush...

 
 
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Lencioni, Patrick Jossey-Bass , 2002 Leadership, Major Works, Personal Growth, Teams

Team builders will, at one time or another, face the challenge of fostering group harmony in groups where there are inevitably going to be flaws due to human nature. According to author Patrick Lencioni, human beings...

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