Navigating Into The Unknown: A New Way For Management, Governance, And Leadership

byFredmund MalikTranslated byJutta Scherer

September 15, 2016|
Navigating Into The Unknown: A New Way For Management, Governance, And Leadership by Fredmund Malik
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As we face times of rapid social and technological change, the future may seem like a horizon approaching too quickly. In a few years, almost everything will be different: what we do, how we do it, and why we do it; how we produce and consume; how we conduct research; how we teach and learn; how we share information, communicate, and cooperate; how we work—and how we live. How do we deal with these dizzying transformations in business, politics, and society? As management expert Fredmund Malik shows, great changes also open up great possibilities, pushing aside the old and creating opportunities for the new. Management, as Malik understands it, is the task of taking advantage of these possibilities. This book is a call to clear-sightedness and personal courage among all managers and leaders. It is a chart for navigating the Great Transformation21, Malik’s paradigm for understanding this new world; it is a chart for navigating the future as an open horizon.
Fredmund Malik is a management theorist, entrepreneur, and best-selling author. He is founder and chairman of Malik Management, the world’s leading knowledge organization for integrated management systems based on the science of cybernetics. He is the author, most recently, of Managing Performing Living: Effective Management for ...
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Title:Navigating Into The Unknown: A New Way For Management, Governance, And LeadershipFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:152 pages, 6.9 X 4.5 X 0.6 inShipping dimensions:152 pages, 6.9 X 4.5 X 0.6 inPublished:15 septembre 2016Publisher:Campus VerlagLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3593505827

ISBN - 13:9783593505824

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