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Alternative & New Age Management Concepts

Just because you’ve always done something a certain way doesn’t mean it’s the right way; particularly not in the business world that is spinning faster than ever. Discard your habitual thinking patterns and embrace alternative management concepts.

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A Team of Leaders
Book

Paul Gustavson and Stewart Liff

AMACOM, 2014

(7)

The Leader of the Future 2
Book
 

Frances Hesselbein and Marshall Goldsmith

Jossey-Bass, 2006

(8)

Finding the Space to Lead
Book
 

Janice Marturano

Bloomsbury Press, 2014

(6)

Appreciative Inquiry for Change Management
Book
 

Sarah Lewis et al.

Kogan Page, 2012

(7)

Idea Agent
Book
 

Lina M. Echeverría

AMACOM, 2013

(7)

Pharmacy on a Bicycle
Book
 

Eric G. Bing and Marc J. Epstein

Berrett-Koehler, 2013

(8)

The Decision Maker
Book
 

Dennis Bakke

Pear Press, 2013

(8)

Unboss
Book
 

Lars Kolind and Jacob Bøtter

Jyllands-Postens Forlag, 2012

(8)

The Advantage
Book
 

Patrick Lencioni

Jossey-Bass, 2012

(6)

The Practice of Adaptive Leadership
Book
 

Ronald Heifetz et al.

Harvard Business Review Press, 2009

(8)

What Would Google Do?
Book
 

Jeff Jarvis

HarperCollins, 2009

(7)

It's All Politics
Book

Kathleen Kelley Reardon

Doubleday Broadway, 2005

(8)

Intangible Capital
Book
 

Mary Adams and Michael Oleksak

Praeger, 2010

(7)

Cultivating Communities of Practice
Book

Etienne Wenger et al.

Harvard Business Review Press, 2002

(8)

Positive Intelligence
Book
 

Shirzad Chamine

Greenleaf Book Group, 2012

(7)

Maslow on Management
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Abraham H. Maslow et al.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998

(7)

The Athena Doctrine
Book
 

John Gerzema and Michael D’Antonio

Jossey-Bass, 2013

(7)

The 21 Most Powerful Minutes in a Leader's Day
Book
 

John C. Maxwell

Nelson Publishers, 2006

(7)

Leadership and the Sexes
Book
 

Michael Gurian and Barbara Annis

Jossey-Bass, 2008

(8)

The Inclusion Dividend
Book

Mark Kaplan and Mason Donovan

Bibliomotion, 2013

(7)

Fish! Tales
Book
 

Stephen C. Lundin et al.

Hyperion, 2002

(7)

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Alternative & New Age Management Concepts

In the rapidly changing environment of the 21st century, we need to question the efficacy of many traditional business models. Remarkable technological advancements have not only changed the way we communicate and conduct business, but also have empowered a generation of young, aggressive entrepreneurs and executives who aren’t satisfied with the status quo.

getAbstract’s commitment to bringing its customers the most current business knowledge includes the addition of hot-off-the-presses summaries that are noteworthy for their unorthodox approach and recommendations. Sure, maybe your organization has been in cruise control mode for years, churning out reliable goods and services, keeping your customers satisfied and turning a profit. But what if you could be even bigger and better? What if there are other ways to do business that you have never considered?

Serving a Purpose

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” represents the philosophy of numerous old-school executives who value dependability and functionality. At the same time, critics say, established patterns and modes of behavior often leave little room for creativity and innovation. The new age management concepts you’ll find in getAbstract’s collection challenge conventional beliefs and practices.

By working with getAbstract, you fling open the doors to an exciting, new educational venture for your company. Managers and employees can embark on a journey of informal, social learning that is guaranteed to broaden their knowledge and peak their curiosity. Reading about fresh ideas will invigorate your workforce, spark conversations and perhaps set the stage for meaningful organizational change.

Change is difficult for many employees – even for upper-level executives who understand its inevitability. Change management is always a significant challenge, because it typically involves modifying or transforming a system or process. You need a plan that you can execute realistically, while you minimize disruptions that can impact your daily operations. Employee resistance represents one of the major obstacles to organizational innovation.

Finding the answers to executing a smooth transition isn’t easy, but you’ll certainly be better prepared for the challenge when you can count on getAbstract as a dependable resource. Our comprehensive library features hundreds of high-quality summaries that focus on managing innovation and organizational change.

All Aboard

New strategic initiatives typically fall short if your workforce is not committed to change. getAbstract’s summaries demonstrate how America’s greatest business leaders facilitate change without damaging employee morale. The 10 minutes it takes to read one of our summaries may be the best investment you’ll ever make in your business. After all, it’s impossible to put a price tag on a successful innovation or change initiative that strengthens the viability of your organization and instills a sense of optimism and purpose in your people.

At Your Fingertips

getAbstract’s user-friendly system makes it easy to search our comprehensive website for summaries that specifically address change management and innovation. And since our materials are accessible through a variety of technologies, you can learn virtually anytime, anywhere. With getAbstract, you can transform your organization’s learning culture and confidently move forward as you change for the better.