Zero Space: Moving Beyond Organizational Limits
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BeschreibungIn the knowledge-based economy, the speed of innovation, the shortening of product cycles, and the complexity of offerings required by an increasingly demanding consumer all require organizations that are all brains and no body. But most of all, they require a degree of zero-mindedness that is alien to most managers today. Yet it is that very zero-mindedness that is the key to success. What, for example, would happen if you could achieve business success without owning any assets, but simply enjoying the benefits of them? What if companies were able to react instantly to changing circumstances by operating in negative time? What if you didn't need management to run your business? Understanding these and other new organizational principles can help provide the flexibility to operate incisively in a world where the windows of opportunity are not only few and far between, but remain open for just the blink of an eye. Zero Space examines the concept of zero-mindedness and provides a blueprint for organizational success in the knowledge-based economy.
PortraitFrank Lekanne Deprez is a senior consultant at KPMG Knowledge Advisory Services. Rene Tissen is managing director of KPMG Knowledge Advisory Services and part-time professor of Business Management at Nyenrode University, The Netherlands School of Business
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2002
Seitenanzahl: 250 Seiten