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100 1  Kochan, Thomas A 
245 10 Transforming Organizations 
264  1 Cary :|bOxford University Press, Incorporated,|c1992 
264  4 |c©1992 
300    1 online resource (433 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1. Achieving Systemic
       Organizational Change -- I: Strategic restructuring -- 2. 
       Japan's Version of Managerial Capitalism -- Commentary by 
       Harold E. Edmondson -- 3. The Political Embeddedness of 
       Industrial Change: Corporate Restructuring and Local 
       Politics in Contemporary Italy -- Commentary by Veikko O. 
       Vuorikari -- 4. Corporate Restructuring and Organizational
       Behavior -- Commentary by Laura Divine -- 5. The Effect of
       Changes in Corporate Control on Firm Performance -- 
       Commentary by Ann Leibowitz -- 6. The Role of the CEO in 
       the Management of Change: The Case of Information 
       Technology -- Commentary by Donald Runkle -- 7. Strategic 
       Alignment: A Model for Organizational Transformation 
       Through Information Technology -- Commentary by Thomas 
       Madison and Nan Lower -- 8. Technological Change and the 
       Management of Architectural Knowledge -- Commentary by 
       John M. Matson -- Dialogue on Strategic Restructuring -- 
       II: Using human resources for strategic advantage -- 9. 
       Using Human Resources in Skill Formation: The Role of 
       Training -- Commentary by Patrick Finckler -- Commentary 
       by Fran Rodgers -- 10. Cross-Functional Teams: Blessing or
       Curse for New Product Development? -- Commentary by Sara 
       L. Beckman -- 11. Human Resources, Organizational 
       Governance, and Public Policy: Lessons from a Decade of 
       Experimentation -- Commentary by Tapas Sen -- 12. Changing
       the Conditions of Work: Responding to Increasing Work 
       Force Diversity and New Family Patterns -- Commentary by 
       Derek Harvey -- Dialogue on Using Human Resources for 
       Strategic Advantage -- III: Using technology for strategic
       advantage -- 13. Integrating Technology and Human 
       Resources for High-Performance Manufacturing: Evidence 
       from the International Auto Industry -- Commentary by 
       Ranganath Nayak 
505 8  14. Managing the Introduction of New Process Technology: 
       An International Comparison -- Commentary by Judith I. 
       Rosen -- 15. Organizational Change and the 
       Internationalization of R&D -- Commentary by David Znaty -
       - 16. The Effects of Information Technology on Management 
       and Organizations -- Commentary by Sarita Narang -- 17. 
       Organizational Change and Decision Making About New 
       Technology -- Commentary by H. Kent Bowen -- Dialogue on 
       Using Technology for Strategic Advantage -- IV: 
       Redesigning organizational structures and boundaries -- 
       18. Work, Labor, and Action: Work Experience in a System 
       of Flexible Production -- Commentary by James Mahoney -- 
       19. Informal Information Trading Between Firms -- 
       Commentary by Claus G. Siegle -- 20. Strategic 
       Alternatives for Technology-Based Product and Business 
       Development -- Commentary by Robert J. Tuite -- 21. 
       Systems Thinking and Organizational Learning: Acting 
       Locally and Thinking Globally in the Organization of the 
       Future -- Commentary by William C. Hanson -- Dialogue on 
       Redesigning Organizational Structures and Boundaries -- V:
       Leadership and change: the practitioners' perspective -- 
       22. A CEO's Perspective -- 23. A Labor Leader's 
       Perspective -- Dialogue on Leadership and Change -- 
       Conclusion -- 24. Creating the Learning Organization -- 
       Contributors and Participants -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D
       -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- 
       P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- X -- Z 
520    This book examines how organizations can, and should, 
       transform their practices to compete in a world economy. 
       Research results from a multi-disciplinary team of MIT 
       researchers, along with the experiences and insights of a 
       select group of industry practitioners, are integrated 
       into a model that stresses the need for systemic and 
       transformative rather than piecemeal or incremental 
       changes in organization practices and public policy. This 
       integration of research and experience results in an 
       argument for a new organizational learning model--one 
       capable of gaining advantage from employee diversity, 
       cooperation across organizational boundaries, strategic 
       restructuring, and advanced technology. The book begins 
       with a foreword by Lester C. Thurow 
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650  0 Organizational change -- Congresses.;Management -- 
       Congresses 
655  4 Electronic books 
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