In a time when organisations simultaneously run multiple corporate initiatives and large change programmes, 10+10+10=1000 tells us that - contrary to the collective mindset that says that big problems need big solutions ? all you need is a small set of powerful rules to create big impact. In his previous book, Viral Change?, Leandro Herrero described how a small set of behaviours, spread by a small number of people could create sustainable change. In this follow-up book, the author suggests a menu of 10 'structures?, 10 'processes? and 10 'behaviours? that have the power to transform an organisation. These 30 'ideas? can be implemented at any time and at almost no cost; and what?s more...you don?t even need them all. But their compound effect will be more powerful than vast corporate programmes with dozens of objectives and efficiency targets...This book will appeal to people at different levels of management or leadership, who want to reshape their culture by enhancing working practices and in general aim at greater organisational effectiveness. Its practical nature will appeal to all who want to implement key ideas to transform the organisation, without having to embark upon a massive change management programme. The 10 structures, 10 processes and 10 behaviours described in the book are relevant to organisations of any size. Each chapter has a specific comment on its relevance to the small and medium enterprises (SMEs), often forgotten in the world of organisational development, which seems to mainly target the standard big or multinational corporation.
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