The end of management and the rise of organizational democracy / Kenneth Cloke, Joan Goldsmith ; foreword by Warren Bennis
- Warren Bennis signature series
- The revolution of self-management and organizational democracy -- A brief history of management -- The emerging theory of self-management -- Management reduces communication, morale, and motivation -- Management constricts quality and customer service -- The double bind of managerial change -- Breaking the hold of hierarchy, bureaucracy, and autocracy -- Where do we go from here? -- Shape a context of values, ethics and integrity -- Form living, evolving webs of association -- Develop ubiquitous, linking leadership -- Build innovative self-managing teams -- Implement streamlined, open, collaborative processes -- Create complex self-correcting systems -- Integrate strategically, and change the way we change -- The consequences of organizational democracy.
- 078795912X (alk. paper)
- "A Warren Bennis book."
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Source of Acquisition:
- University Park copy: Purchased with funds from the Louis and Virginia Benzak Libraries Collections Endowment for Business; 20020925.
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