Designing Organizations for High Performance

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1988 - Business & Economics - 198 pages
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A practical guide to developing higher levels of performance in large organizations through changes in strategy, organization design, and culture. This guide presents detailed descriptions of ways in which individuals intervened in their organizations, how they arrived at their plans, and how it resulted in improved effectiveness and better business results for the organization.

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Understanding How Organizations Function
An Organization Performance Model
The Design Process

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About the author (1988)

David Hanna is a principal with the RBL Group, a firm of thought leaders, consultants, and former executives dedicated to helping clients create results that deliver sustainable value. Previously he was an internal consultant with Procter & Gamble and an external consultant and program leader with Franklin Covey and the Confluence Group. He has worked with Top 500 companies all over the world. His areas of expertise include leadership development, organization diagnosis, high performance work design, executive coaching, team development and change management. He is the author of two other books: Designing Organizations for High Performance (Addison-Wesley, 1988), listed as one of the Great Business Books by Maven House Press, and Leadership for the Ages (Executive Excellence Publishing, 2001). Dave received his B.A. in Communications and his M.A. in Organizational Behavior from Brigham Young University.

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