Can Large Organizations Be Entrepreneurial?
with Gary Hamel
Global Peter Drucker Forum, 2016
Do big companies have to be sluggish and bureaucratic?
Management guru Gary Hamel energetically, emphatically affirms that large companies can be entrepreneurial and, in fact, have a moral imperative to banish bureaucracy. Yet the process must be collaborative and social, says Hamel, not a top-down decree. getAbstract recommends this multifaceted, knowledgable talk to those interested in innovation, organizational structure or change.
About the Speaker
Gary Hamel co-founded the consulting firm Strategos and wrote What Matters Now and other books.
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