Futures of organizations: innovating to adapt strategy and human resources to rapid technological change
Lexington Books, 1988 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
The new rules of competition; Strategies and structures; Strategy, technology and emerging organizational forms; The pathway of evolution in organization; Anticipating organization structures; The impact of technology and knowledge on managerial rolesManagerial work in the future; Entrepreneurial organizations of the future; The business culture of silicon valley: is it a model for the future? The impact of technology and knowledge on normanagerial roles; Innovations in human resource management: strategies for the future; Managing climates and cultures: a future perspective; Motivation and human resource management; Employee motivation: yesterday, today, and tomorrow; Compatibility between people needs and organization needs: projections and cautions on quality of work issues in the future organization; Human resource planning for the future.
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