Mastering management 2.0 : your single-source guide to becoming a master of management by Pickford, James (editor)

Material type: TextTextSeries: Financial Times MasteringPublication details: U.P : Pearson, 2014cDescription: ix, 484 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cmISBN: 9788129702312 (pbk)Subject(s): ManagementDDC classification: 658
Contents:
Introduction / James Pickford -- The state of management today -- Thriving on the chaos of the future / Daniel Muzyka -- The new battlegrounds for capitalism / Ben Hunt -- Managers face up to the new era / Leonard Greenhalgh -- Enterprise and innovation -- Be prepared for when opportunity knocks / Daniel Muzyka -- Getting to "yes" with the business plan / Joe Tabet, Albert Angehrn -- In search of capital for the young business / Benoit Leleux -- An insider guide to going public / Michael Horvath -- Don't hesitate to innovate / George Day, Paul Schoemaker -- Corporate ventures: maximizing gains / Ian MacMillan, Rita McGrath -- Strategy -- Competitive strategy to lure the investor / Richard Whittington -- The structures behind global companies / Julian Birkinshaw -- Strategy must lie at the heart of alliances / Benjamin Gomes-Casseres -- Bringing some discipline to MandA mania / Phanish Puranam, Harbir Singh, Maurizio Zollo -- The future looks fair for electronic exchanges / Eric Clemons -- Behavior is key to web retailing strategy / Eric Clemons, Michael Row -- The challenge of the web-enabled business / Peter Brews -- IT strategy in the new economy / Michael Earl -- Success flows from business development / Donald Sull -- Demergers: breaking up is hard to do / Nancy Hubbard -- Global business -- The illusion of the global company / Alan Rugman -- Cultural answers to global dilemmas / Fons Trompenaars, Charles Hampden-Turner -- Culture is of the essence in Asia / Leo Dana.
Summary: Mastering Management 2.0 is a collection of the best writing from leading business thinkers at the world's top businesses and business schools in one stimulating and manageable collection.
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Introduction / James Pickford --
The state of management today --
Thriving on the chaos of the future / Daniel Muzyka --
The new battlegrounds for capitalism / Ben Hunt --
Managers face up to the new era / Leonard Greenhalgh --
Enterprise and innovation --
Be prepared for when opportunity knocks / Daniel Muzyka --
Getting to "yes" with the business plan / Joe Tabet, Albert Angehrn --
In search of capital for the young business / Benoit Leleux --
An insider guide to going public / Michael Horvath --
Don't hesitate to innovate / George Day, Paul Schoemaker --
Corporate ventures: maximizing gains / Ian MacMillan, Rita McGrath --
Strategy --
Competitive strategy to lure the investor / Richard Whittington --
The structures behind global companies / Julian Birkinshaw --
Strategy must lie at the heart of alliances / Benjamin Gomes-Casseres --
Bringing some discipline to MandA mania / Phanish Puranam, Harbir Singh, Maurizio Zollo --
The future looks fair for electronic exchanges / Eric Clemons --
Behavior is key to web retailing strategy / Eric Clemons, Michael Row --
The challenge of the web-enabled business / Peter Brews --
IT strategy in the new economy / Michael Earl --
Success flows from business development / Donald Sull --
Demergers: breaking up is hard to do / Nancy Hubbard --
Global business --
The illusion of the global company / Alan Rugman --
Cultural answers to global dilemmas / Fons Trompenaars, Charles Hampden-Turner --
Culture is of the essence in Asia / Leo Dana.

Mastering Management 2.0 is a collection of the best writing from leading business thinkers at the world's top businesses and business schools in one stimulating and manageable collection.

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