The boundaryless organization: breaking the chains of organizational structure
Discover the specific strategies premier companies are using to position themselves for success in the new knowledge economy. In this best-selling work, a world-class team of management experts shows how leading corporations--General Electric, Morgan Bank, and SmithKline Beecham included--are busting boundaries on all fronts. Each of these companies is producing superior results by encouraging the flow of ideas, resources, and talents in and out of the organization, up and down the hierarchy, and across geographic lines. For any executive looking to build a more flexible, innovative, and competitive organization, The Boundaryless Organization remains the definitive guide.
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