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Who really matters : the Core Group theory of power privilege and success

Author: Art Kleiner
Publisher: New York : Currency/Doubleday, 2003.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Art Kleiner
OCLC Number: 55664262
Description: 1 online resource (277 pages)
Contents: Ch. 1. The Customer Comes Eighth --
Ch. 2. How Organizations Think --
Ch. 3. A Field Guide to Some Common Core Groups --
Ch. 4. A Very Special Kind of Love --
Ch. 5. Power and Legitimacy --
Ch. 6. Employees of Mutual Consent --
Ch. 7. A Core Group Way of Knowledge --
Ch. 8. Guesswork --
Ch. 9. "Doggie Treats" (Incentives, Targets, and Measurements) --
Ch. 10. Welchism --
Ch. 11. The CEO's Choices --
Ch. 12. The Expanded-Core-Group Organization --
Ch. 13. The Glass Ceilings --
Ch. 14. Your Inner Core Group --
Ch. 15. Core Group Enablers --
Ch. 16. A Portfolio of Equity --
Ch. 17. Parasitic Core Groups --
Ch. 18. Core Group Feuds and Maladaptive Companies --
Ch. 19. Government Agencies --
Ch. 20. Labor Unions --
Ch. 21. Management Consultants --
Ch. 22. Schools and the "Hidden Curriculum" --
Ch. 23. The Shadow Core Group --
Ch. 24. Corporate Governance --
Ch. 25. The Cycle of Noble Purpose --
Ch. 26. The Body Politic.
Responsibility: Art Kleiner.
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