Corporate lifecycles: how and why corporations grow and die and what to do about it

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Prentice Hall, 1988 - Business & Economics - 361 pages
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One of the world's foremost management theorists identifies developmental stages in companies and outlines abnormal, pathological problems that stymie corporations. Illustrations.

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Contents

THE LIFECYCLE OF A CORPORATION
1
The Growing Stages
11
PART II
87
Efficiency of Implementation
141
Predicting Who Has Control
213
The Causes of Organizational Aging
227
The Eleven Phases of Managing
303
Treating GoGo
328
Treating Adolescence
334
Treating the Stable Organization
344
Summary
352
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About the author (1988)

Adizes directs the Adizes Institute in Los Angeles, California, and was on the faculty of the Anderson School of Management at UCLA for thirty years.

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