• SELECT SITE CURRENCY
Select a currency for use throughout the site
The Future of Management. All Roads Lead to Man. Developmental Management
John Wiley and Sons Ltd, October 1996, Pages: 288
This incisive and visionary book is for those executives, companies and students of business who realise that they need to welcome new views of both the future and themselves if they are to learn the real lessons that will affect business management, in its broadest sense, in the coming decades.
Part I: Of Beaten Paths and Dead-Ends:.
1. The Ubiquitous World T. V. Screen: A Source of Confusion and Cultural Resistance.
2. The Twilight Dream of Dogma and the Unchallenged Supremacy of Economic Relations.
3. Government: Archaic Practices and Lack of Vision.
4. Selfishness and the Survival of Our Planet.
5. The Satiated Consumer.
6. The Triumph of Intelligence Over Material Factors.
7. The Future: As Ominous As Predicted?.
Part II: Beacons in the Storm:.
8. Living With Uncertainty.
9. Ethics As a Foundation for Consensus.
10. Social Responsibility for All.
11. Reconciling Economy and Ecology.
12. Controlling and Sharing Information.
13. Human Progress: The Sole Justification for Technological Change.
14. Today's Changes, Tomorrow's Products.
Part III: Basing Strategies on People:.
15. Cultivating Systematic Thinking.
16. The Intangible As a Source of Meaning and Coherence.
17. The New Hope Placed in Corporations.
18. Organizations in the Service of People.
19. The Art of Leadership: Involving Everyone in Creative Work.
20. Waking the Sleeping Giant. Seven Keys to Lasting Prosperity.
Robort Salmon is Vice-Chairman of L'Oreal, France.