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by Douglas Scott Fletcher

eBook Understanding Organizational Evolution: Its Impact on Management and Performance ePub
Author: Douglas Scott Fletcher
Language: English
ISBN: 1567204740
ISBN13: 978-1567204742
Publisher: Praeger (November 30, 2001)
Pages: 248
Category: Management & Leadership
Subcategory: Perfomance
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 535
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Understanding Organizational Evolution is a unique combination of practical management advice and deep insight into the underlying reasons for organizational problems.

Understanding Organizational Evolution is a unique combination of practical management advice and deep insight into the underlying reasons for organizational problems. Fletcher and Taplin provide concrete lessons and symptoms of the need for organizational change from their evolutionary model of organizations that help managers understand exactly what particular problems mean and how to address them. What is more, their inclusion of a history of teamwork's success and failures sheds insight and explanation that is all too rare in practical management books

The organizational and institutional embedding of new learning is one of the biggest challenges for development.

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Understanding Organizational Evolution : Its Impact on Management and Performance

Understanding Organizational Evolution : Its Impact on Management and Performance. by Douglas Scott Fletcher.

Understanding Organizational Evolution. Its Impact on Management and Performance. by Douglas Scott Fletcher

Understanding Organizational Evolution. Published November 30, 2001 by Quorum Books.

Understanding Organizational Evolution: Its Impact on Management and Performance. Douglas S. Fletcher, Ian M. Taplin. Preface Evolution of the Organization The Early Phases The Corridor of Crisis The Transition to Teams and Alliances Maturing Societies and Nations An Issue of Control Historical Perspectives & Trend. More).

Personal Name: Fletcher, D. S. (Douglas . Publication, Distribution, et. Westport, Conn.

Douglas Scott Fletcher. ISBN: 1567204740; Издательство: Quorum Books. During these stages, a company discovers that what worked in the past no longer works. At such times, managers have to juggle organizational evolution as they reinvent new ways of structuring the company. Typically, tension develops as one variable is stressed at the expense of the others. Managers need to know how to delegate decision making without abdicating overall control of the organization.

Organization Structure and its impact on Organizational Performance. O. Artificial Intelligence: Evolution and its Impact on Marketing. A. A Study on Employee Engagement and Its Impact on Organizational Success (1) (2).

0 impact of organisational conflicts on performance. Good Communication, Resolved Ways/Strategies to Rise in Organisational Few Conflict Time Management and Conflicts Solve Conflicts Performance Good Cooperation. There are three basic types of conflicts such as task conflict, interpersonal conflict and. procedural conflict. Source: Adapted from Knippen and Green (1999).

Evolution of Management Thought: Classical Theory, Neo-Classical .

Evolution of Management Thought: Classical Theory, Neo-Classical Theory and Modern Theory of Management. He observed that the performance of workers in the organization can be improved by considering the following factors- (1) Less restrictive methods of supervision (2) giving independence to workers (3) allowing the formation of small cohesive sub-groups of the workers (4) creating good conditions to improve themselves and (5) a good cooperation between management and workers.

As the size and complexity of a company change in the course of its evolution it experiences predictable stages of growth. During these stages, a company discovers that what worked in the past no longer works. At such times, managers have to juggle the three variables of organizational evolution--the firm's purpose, its business and management processes, and its human resource issues--and keep them in balance as they reinvent new ways of structuring the firm. Typically, tension develops as one variable is stressed at the expense of the others. Managers need to know how to delegate decision making without abdicating overall control of the organization. The model developed here derives from the authors' understanding of how successful firms have managed these tensions.

Fletcher and Taplin deal with teamwork, leadership, and the nature of dynamic change while successfully avoiding the cliches to which many experts in those areas are prone. They discuss teamwork in the context of wider performance and process issues. They address leadership not by talking about personality traits but by examining the tensions within authority structures as senior managers attempt to reconcile organizational logics (history and past practices that have sustained the firm) and their own definition of the challenges that face the firm. The authors argue that such contradictions follow a predictable pattern. Managers can either ignore the underlying instability or confront it in ways that will ease the transition and sustain the organization's dynamic growth.

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John Petas
American Honda
Without having read this book, I would not have grasped the big picture; lacking an understanding of the concepts expressed herein, I would have focused on my MBO's and the tasks at hand. Now, I believe I understand centralization and decentralization, how to push decision making down to the lowest level, and how not to get caught up in the data. These efficiencies have given me the ability to operate in a large corporate environment with all of the agility and values of a small business.
Lestony
Understanding Organizational Evolution has a winning combination of serious academic approach and readability that is necessary for the practical application of innovative techniques. More than a 'how to' manual, this book also explains 'why' and wraps it all neatly together with a written style that is both informative and engaging. The best account I have read so far of performance management, this book will appeal to reflective practitioners everywhere, whether they be managers, consultants or scholars.
Riavay
Understanding Organizational Evolution has a winning combination of serious academic approach and readability that is necessary for the practical application of innovative techniques. More than a 'how to' manual, this book also explains 'why' and wraps it all neatly together with a written style that is both informative and engaging. The best account I have read so far of performance management, this book will appeal to reflective practitioners everywhere, whether they be managers, consultants or scholars.
Ydely
I purchased the book to use it for my MBA research. I found it to be very useful and interesting. I advice anyone interested in organizational evolution to read this book.
Uyehuguita
Understanding Organizational Evolution is a unique combination of practical management advice and deep insight into the underlying reasons for organizational problems. Fletcher and Taplin provide concrete lessons and symptoms of the need for organizational change from their evolutionary model of organizations that help managers understand exactly what particular problems mean and how to address them. What is more, their inclusion of a history of teamwork's success and failures sheds insight and explanation that is all too rare in practical management books. Their use of numerous specific cases and examples, and emphasis on using information technology for performance management make this book ideal for MBA and Executive Education courses in management and leadership.
Iriar
As an OD practitioner for a Fortune 500 Company, it's refreshing to pick up a book that really pinpoints the reasons why so many companies fail in their quest to become world-class organizations, and most importantly, what can be done about it. Fletcher and Taplin deliver what they promise!
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