Barbarians to bureaucrats: corporate life cycle strategies : lessons from the rise and fall of civilizations

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C.N. Potter, 1989 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
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Identifies the many roles within companies that are taken up by workers--including "barbarians," "Builder," "Prophet," and "Synergist"--and shows the qualities needed to perform in these roles that can strengthen corporate growth

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Management consultant Miller argues that there are seven archetypal management styles, directly linked to the stages of an organization's development. A company is formed by a "prophet,'' whose vision ... Read full review

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Inspiration and Innovation
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Stage 2
34
Stage 3
59
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