Rosabeth Moss Kanter on the Frontiers of Management

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Harvard Business School Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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"This book presents, for the first time, the essential Kanter: a collection of her cutting-edge ideas and wisdom accumulated from two decades of experience, and which hold even more relevance today than they did in the past."


-HR Magazine

This landmark book brings together all of Rosabeth Moss Kanter's Harvard Business Review articles and many of the editorial columns she wrote while an editor at HBR. The pieces span a variety of critical topics: strategy, innovation, customer focus, global trends, planning for change, strategic alliances, compensation systems, and community responsibility-all brought together to enforce a single, timeless message: the importance of treating people as assets, not costs, and providing the tools and conditions that liberate people to use their brainpower to make a difference.


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To borrow a line from a popular commercial, "When Rosabeth Moss Kanter talks, people listen." A former editor of the Harvard Business Review and the author of numerous books on management (e.g., World ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Rosabeth Moss Kanteris the Ernest L. Arbuckle Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, specializing in strategy, innovation, and leadership for change. She advises major corporations and governments worldwide, and is the author or co-author of 15 books, including her latest book, Evolve!: Succeeding in the Digital Culture of Tomorrow. Other award-winning bestsellers include Men & Women of the Corporation, The Change Masters, When Giants Learn to Dance, and World Class: Thriving Locally in the Global Economy, and Rosabeth Moss Kanter on the Frontiers of Management. In 2001 she received the Academy of Management's Distinguished Career Award, its highest award for scholarly contributions, for her impact on management thought, and in 2002 was named the World Teleport Associationís Intelligent Community Visionary of the Year Award for her writing and advocacy. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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