Managing in the next millennium

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 1995 - Business & Economics - 152 pages
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What will it be like to be a manager or a business leader in 2010? This is the key question answered in Managing in the Next Millenium, a unique collection of candid, first-hand insights, based on exclusive interviews with the world's top management commentators, thinkers and doers. Here are just some of the issues Mike Johnson investigates: * Organizations: will they be flatter, outsourced and dominated by super managers? which management functions will survive? * Individual careers: will we have to learn to develop and market ourselves in a new employment world of short term contracts? will head-hunters manage our career protfolio like agents? * Corporate culture: democratic or autocratic? * Retaining employees: how will we motivate high performance managers in flatter organizations? * International business: will we expect to work in a multicultural environment and need to increase our mobility - or will high tech communications reduce corporate travel? * Global competitiveness: which are the dominant and emerging nations? * Management strategies: will service, service, service still be the key to corporate success? * The workplace: will we still herd together in offices or telecommute? Co-published with Management Centre Europe, the European arm of the American Management Association includes key authors such as Drucker, Kotler, Champy unique collection of insights from the world's top management commentators

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Contents

The global world of 2010
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Creating the organization of the next millenium
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The managers of the next millennium
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