Organization 2005: Four Steps Organizations Must Take to Succeed in the New Economy
"Organization 2000" presents the next and most critical steps companies must take to stay successful during these changing and dynamic times. It provides practical advice on how to create energy within an organization, create internal and external power relationships, develop organizational wisdom, and create a value-based organization.
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Adapting to the Knowledgebased Economy
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