"When Giants Learn to Dance" is Rosabeth Moss Kanter's blueprint for business strategy in the next decade. She examines the dilemma facing many corporations today: how to invest in the future and at the same time meet short-term goals; how to support entrepreneurial risk-taking and yet stay profitable; and how to streamline your operation, and still make it a great place to work. Business today has become a global corporate Olympics. The impact of change on management and on individual careers can be dramatic. The new model organization Rosabeth Moss Kanter sees emerging is lean and athletic, with fewer management levels, greater responsiveness to change and an openess to strategic alliances with other companies.
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Rosabeth Moss Kanter, editor of the HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, holds an endowed chair as Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School and is the author of MEN AND WOMEN OF THE CORPORATION and THE CHANGE MASTERS. She also is an advisor to many Fortune 500 companies.
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Book Description Unwin Paperbacks, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0044406703