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BeschreibungFrom the bestselling author of "The Age of Unreason" and "The Age of Paradox" comes an exhilarating collection of 35 timeless essays, including Handy's change-making articles from "The Harvard Business Review" and "Director" magazine. "A good place to start for an aspiring manager or management trainee in need of wisdom".--"People Management Today".
InhaltsverzeichnisAcknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1: Beyond Certainty: A Personal Odyssey Chapter 2: The Coming Work Culture Chapter 3: Balancing Corporate Power: A New Federalist Paper Chapter 4: What Is a Company For? Chapter 5: Are Jobs for Life Killing Enterprise? Chapter 6: Why There's Life After Work Chapter 7: Teach Your Children Well Chapter 8: What They Don't Teach You at Business School Chapter 9: A Company Possessed? Chapter 10: Are We All Federalists Now? Chapter 11: Are There Bugs in Our Offices? Chapter 12: In Search of an Ideal World Chapter 13: The Parable of a Fallen City Chapter 14: Should We Be Paying Higher Taxes? Chapter 15: The Great Rowing Eight of Life Chapter 16: Is There Time to Raise Our Standards? Chapter 17: When Arithmetic Doesn't Count Chapter 18: Be Good, Get Rich, but Stay Small Chapter 19: Japan's Women-Oriented Workplace Chapter 20: Work Is Where I Have My Meetings Chapter 21: How to Learn from the "Real Thing" Chapter 22: Ancient Greeks or Modern Britons? Chapter 23: The Birth of the Conceptual College Chapter 24: The Challenge of a Second Lifetime Chapter 25: Flexing, Chunking, and Changing Chapter 26: Paying Our Last Respects to Honor Chapter 27: Can the Dream Become a Nightmare? Chapter 28: When Companies Are Condominiums Chapter 29: Make Your Business a Monastery Chapter 30: What It Takes to Make a Manager Chapter 31: The New Age of Positive Power Chapter 32: All Change in the World of Work Chapter 33: The Gun Laws of Galapagos Chapter 34: Living Fast, Dying Rich Chapter 35: How Do You Manage When You Can't See the People? Index About the Author
PortraitCharles Handy is an author and broadcaster living in London. He is a Fellow at the London Business School where he was a professor for many years. His books have sold over one million copies around the world. He has been, in his time, an oil executive, a business economist, a professor, and Chairman of the Royal Society of Arts.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: HARVARD BUSINESS
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1998
Seitenanzahl: 221 Seiten