This book provides a detailed account of the network-like organizational forms that some firms are adopting to make themselves more flexible and rsponsive to changing technologies and customer demands. As these organizations become more pervasive, the winners will be those firms that develop the specific capabilities that are needed to thrive in a networked world. This book discusses-Capability management strategy Nature of Management and leadership, The purpose and NAture of the appraisal Assessing financial performance, appraising production, and HRM, management effectiveness, Culture and structure.
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