|Author:||Marc Van Der Erve|
|Title:||The Power of Tomorrow's Management: Using the Vision-Culture Balance in Organizations|
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|ePUB size:||1793 kb|
|FB2 size:||1535 kb|
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|Category:||Management and Leadership|
|Publisher:||Rbhp Trade Group (February 1, 1993)|
Home All Categories Business & Investing Books Management Books The Power Of Tomorrow's Management: Using The Vision Culture Balance In Organizations. ISBN13: 9780434923335. The Power of Tomorrow's Management : Using the Vision-Culture Balance. by Marc van der Erve. This book raises a host of issues as diverse as planning to meet the changing environment, strategic development and the creation of true vision and vision-specific corporate awareness - managing evolution as a process of small revolutions.
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Export MARC Display Find in WorldCat. Erve, Marc van der. ISBN. 0750616423 (pb. Description. x, 219 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. OCLC.
Erve, Marc Van Der was born on June 13, 1947 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Arrived in Switzerland, 1988. Son of Carolus Melchior and Philly (Blomjous) V. Education. Bachelor in Engineering cum laude, Technische Hoge School, Rysswyk, Netherlands, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy in Management, Pacific Western University, 1990.
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Culture is at once intangible and yet palpable – the sum total of the ideologies, principles, traditions and values that pulsate throughout an organization. You cannot set a clock to culture; it emerges over time, shaped in no small part by the owner or owners' leadership, attitude and decisions. Culture as a Family Bond. Culture may sound a bit like family – exuding an aura that can be felt, whether people are seated in cubicles or stretched out on a backyard patio . Mission and vision statements. Workplace policies and practices.
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Our definition of management is as follows: Management is the attainment of organizational goals in an effective and efficient manner through planning, organizing, leading, and controlling organizational resources. This definition holds two important ideas: (1) the four functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling, and (2) the attainment of organizational goals in an effective and efficient manner. Rather than managing by command and control, managers of today and tomorrow use an empowering leadership style that focuses on vision, values, and communication. Team-building skills are crucial. Other organizations in the same industry or type of business that provide goods or services to the same set of customers are referred to as competitors. Suppliers provide the raw materials the organization uses to produce its output.
Culture plays an important part in our society. It refers to beliefs and codes of practice that makes a community what it is. It also plays the same role in organizations. A strong organizational culture will provide stability to an organization as it has significant influence on the attitudes and behaviors of organization’s members. Most of company’s top managers have a strong awareness that the culture of a company is crucial to everything they do and plays irreplaceable part in their success. Considering the importance of organizational culture and its impacts in strategic management is very essential. As organizational culture and strategies are both social processes, many strategists argue that culture and strategies are connected. Cultural dimension plays a vital role in all aspects of an organization.