What America does right : learning from companies that put people first / Robert H. Waterman, Jr.

Author
Waterman, Robert H. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
1st ed.
Published/​Created
New York : Norton, 1994.
Description
318 p. ; 24 cm

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Subject(s)
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographic references (pages 303-306) and index.
Contents
1. Organizing for Success: Linking People, Strategy, Organization, and Customers -- 2. Everyone a Leader: Giving Up Control to Gain Control -- 3. A Learning Organization: The Team System at P & G, Lima, Ohio -- 4. Two Great Coaches: Management Lessons from the Bronx and Vail, Colorado -- 5. Systems That Set Us Free: People First at Federal Express -- 6. Values from the Start: Culture Is Strategy at the AES Corporation -- 7. Something to Believe in: At Levi Strauss & Company Managers Make Meanings as Well as Money -- 8. Sustainable Competitive Edge: A New Product Every Day at Rubbermaid -- 9. High-Tech Soap: Great Products Make for Great Marketing -- 10. Designer Molecules: Merck Invests and Invents ... Big Time -- 11. "Our Quality Stinks": Muddling, Anticipating, and Committing at Motorola -- 12. Match the Potential Within -- App. 1. Surprise -- America's Economic Strength -- App. 2. Don't Put Profit First -- App. 3. Excerpt from Federal Express Manager's Guide -- App. 4. Levi's Manifesto.
ISBN
  • 0393035972
  • 9780393035971
LCCN
93028837
OCLC
28549187
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