Organizational design: a step-by-step approach (2nd.)
2014年02月21日

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  • 作 者:Richard M Burton
  • 出 版 社:Cambridge University Press; 2 edition

                出版时间:2011

Editorial Reviews

Review

"This book is a treasure chest of knowledge on how to design organizations to achieve strategic goals. It is among the best researched and most useful business books ever written, and it is authored by three of the foremost scholars in the field of organization design. In one word: superb."
- Felipe Csaszar, Assistant Professor of Strategy, INSEAD

"This edition of Organization Design: A Step-by-Step Approach is a must for CEOs, managers and students. The authors synthesize decades of research into an essential set of concepts and actionable steps that will prove invaluable for anyone charged with leading and managing an organization. Of particular interest in today's climate will be the organization design perspective on M&A, alliances and joint ventures."
- Phanish Puranam, School Chair Professor of Strategic and International Management and Co-Director of the Aditya Birla India Centre, London Business School

"How an organization is designed clearly affects its performance. Organizational Design: A Step-by-Step Approach gives managers the tools they need to analyze the present design of their organization and to make appropriate changes to it. Organization design is still more art than science, but this book provides the latest thinking about the variables involved and how to arrange them for maximum efficiency and effectiveness."
- Charles Snow, Mellon Foundation Professor of Business Administration, Smeal College of Business, Penn State University

 

Book Description

In today's volatile business environment, organizational design is a serious challenge for any manager. The second edition of this successful book sets out a step-by-step approach to designing an organization covering all its key aspects, including goals, strategy, structure, process, people, coordination and control and incentives.

 


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