Published August 21, 2002
by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
Designing Organizations to Create Value outlines just Business leaders today need more than fads and buzzwords to beat the competition; they need a solid organizational architecture for identifying and resolving the problems that prevent companies from reaching their full potential.3/5(4). Designing Effective Organizations offers practical help to managers who face these difficulties. This book provides a rigorous approach to the complex issue of organizational design. Drawing on a wide range of company examples and wealth of personal experience, the authors have produced an innovative new framework for assessing design by: "Designing Organizations to Create Value" combines decades of multidisciplinary research with case studies from market leaders such as General Electric, Honda, and Wal-Mart to illustrate the payoffs from effective organizational design - and provide a practical, sensible approach for creating value at every level and with every process of your 3/5(4). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Organizational Architecture: The Three-Legged Stool Maximizing Shareholder Value: Crafting a Strategy to Create and Capture Value Knowledge and Incentives in Organizations The First Leg: Decision Authority, the Level of Empowerment, and Centralization versus.
"Designing Organizations to Create Value "outlines just such a framework, providing executives with the tools they need to build a balanced, functional organization--one that helps ensure the success of the business as it lays the groundwork for increased firm : Designing Organizations to Create Value outlines just such a framework, providing executives with the tools they need to build a balanced, functional organization one that helps ensure the success of the business as it lays the groundwork for increased firm value. This practical, sensible book, based on the author's bestselling college classic Price: $ Although some organizations do it very effectively, creating new value is the most challenging. To create new value requires breaking into a whole new sector. Here’s an example: an association Author: Seth Kahan. Designing Organizations to Create Value is today's most top-to-bottom examination of the ever-elusive topic of value--how it is measured, how firms create and capture it, and how the drive for value impacts the strategy of the entire firm.
Innovation Design presents an approach to designing shared value for businesses, non-profit organizations, end-users and society. The societal and economic challenges we are currently facing – such as the aging population, energy scarcity and environmental issues – are not just threats but are also great opportunities for : Springer-Verlag London. Designing Strategic Organizations: The New Work of Executives and HR I add value earlier in the decision-making pro- make the trade-offs necessary to create a con-cise, yet robust, set of design criteria. Bank of America, which has been throughFile Size: KB. One of the things that we found is that designing organizations is, first of all, never done. So even organizations that come up with a great design and create high performance, if they aren't building continuous renewal and reinvention and rethinking into their organization design, entropy will eventually take over, and they'll decline in. The book addresses international coordination and cross-business unit coordination, as well as the usual cross-functional efforts. Mintzberg, H. (), Structure in Fives: Designing Effective Organizations. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.