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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Rosabeth Moss Kanter
|ISBN:||0046582444 9780046582449 0415084679 9780415084673|
|Notes:||Originally published: New York : Simon and Schuster, 1983 : London : Allen & Unwin, 1984.
Previous control number B8509472.
|Description:||432 pages ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. 1. The need for an American corporate renaissance. Introduction --
Transformation in the American corporate environments, 1960s-1980s --
pt. 2. Why we're in trouble: the quiet suffocation of the entrepreneurial spirit in segmentalist companies. Innovating against the grain: ten rules for stifling innovation --
The withering of the grass roots: the fate of employee innovations in an indifferent environment --
pt. 3. Places where innovation flourishes-and why. Cultures of pride, climates of success: incentives for enterprise in high-innovation companies --
Energizing the grass roots: employee involvement innovation and change --
pt. 4. Managing in the innovating organization: skills for change masters. Power skills in use: corporate entrepreneurs in action --
Dilemmas of participation --
The architecture of culture and strategy change --
pt. 5. Can America do it? Realizing a corporate renaissance. Trying to turn around and American archetype: the General Motors story --
Reawakening the spirit of enterprise: toward an American corporate renaissance.
|Responsibility:||Rosabeth Moss Kanter.|