Academic researchers Martin Králik and Stéphane J.G. Girod examine how to transform your organization by overthrowing outdated and rigid management styles. They aim to help you create a flexible, adaptive, innovative business that empowers employees. Resetting Management issues a resounding call for a new metanarrative of management – and offers you the tools to conceptualize and implement organizational change to keep your business competitive and relevant.
About the Authors
Professor at Switzerland’s International Institute for Management Development (IMD) Stéphane J.G. Girod focuses on organizational innovation and strategy. Dr. Martin Králik is an external research associate at IMD Business School.
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1 year agoThe recommendations look good, maybe a bit too much focus on models, i.e. scrum. My view is not to constraint the organization to a specific model but focus more on communication and agile strategies. I find a learning culture with a top-down, bottoms up open communication helps an organization to effectively manage during turbulent times as well as during growth periods. It generates energy within the organization to create and innovate thus leading to a successful outcome.
2 months agoI agree.with you Ramzan apart from the Scrum Model. I didn't see that is cited as reference but a baseline from which Agile has been developed. And It has better specified that Agility.is not Agile.
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