Beyond Workplace 2000: Essential Strategies for the New American Corporation

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The author of Workplace 2000 provides a new blueprint for the companies of tomorrow, along with survival information for working Americans who find themselves at the center of change. Beyond Workplace 2000 explains how the company of the future will be less mechanistic and more organic, interacting continuously with its environment and its customers and thriving on chaos and non-stop change.

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Thoroughly researched with copious notes and an excellent bibliography, this sequel to the author's Workplace 2000: The Revolution Reshaping American Business (LJ 1/91) is an important contribution to ... Read full review



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JOSEPH H. BOYETT holds a Ph.D. in political science and is a respected international leadership consultant. He is cofounder of Boyett & Associates and the author of many books including The Guru Guide.

JOSEPH H. BOYETT ( is cofounder of Boyett & Associates (, a consulting and research firm specializing in helping companies implement state-of-the-art management and organizational practices. He has been a consultant to a number of Fortune 500 companies, including IBM, British Petroleum, Merck, EDS, and BellSouth. Dr. Boyett is the author of ten books, including Workplace 2000, Beyond Workplace 2000, and The Guru Guide(TM) (Wiley).
JIMMIE T. BOYETT ( is cofounder of Boyett & Associates ( She is the coauthor of six books, including Beyond Workplace 2000 and The Guru Guide(TM) (Wiley). Boyett is a recognized expert on business process reengineering and the application of leading-edge information systems technology. Her clients have included Hartmarx, Brunswick Corporation, Burlington Industries, Methodist Hospitals, J. P. Stevens, and SouthWestern Bell.

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