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The importance of business re-engineering (finding imaginative new ways to accomplish work) is now widely accepted. However, the reinvention of work by itself is far from sufficient. When companies transform the way their workers work, they must also radically alter the way their managers manage. If they don't, they are merely building a new structure on the same cracked foundation. This book, the sequel to "Reengineering the Corporation", shows through examples why re-engineered work requires something other than the traditional ways of managing. It illustrates the principles and characteristics of a new management model, which demands new management processes. It also explains, using real-life examples, how managers manage the changes that re-engineering imposes on their organizations.
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'REENGINEERING THE CORPORATION' BEGAN A BUSINESS REVOLUTION. NOW THIS BOOK SHOWS YOU HOW TO PUT THOSE GROUNDBREAKING THEORIES INTO PRACTICE.
Thousands of companies large and small have undertaken the mission of reengineering, sparking a transformation in millions of working lives. The principles of reengineering necessarily require not only a sea-change in the ways people work, but also a radical new approach to management. After working with dozens of companies in the throes of reeingineering, Jim Champy is uniquely qualified to write the book that brings management fully into the reengineering revolution. Here for the first time are the guidelines managers need, organize, inspire, deploy, measure and reward the new work reengineering creates.
'Reengineering' is to the 1990s what 'quality' was to the 1980s. After a decade of restructuring, of cutting costs and capacity, managers need to rethink boldly in order to yield dramatic improvements and compete successfully in a changing world. This book shows them how.About the Author:
James Champy, co-author of ‘Reengineering the Corporation’, is a founder of the CSC Index and chairman of CSC’s Consulting Group. He is the leading authority on the implementation of business reengineering initiatives. CSC Index, based in Cambridge. Massachusetts, is the management consulting firm that pioneered the development and practice of reengineering. The firm’s European headquarters are in London.
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Book Description Harper Business/Harper-coll, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0006383467