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Adaptive Enterprise: Creating And Leading Sense-And-Respond Organizations

S. Haeckel, A. Slywotzky
Published 1999 · Engineering

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Foreword by Adrian J. Slywotzky Introduction 1. The Premise and Promise of Sense-and-Respond 2. Unpredictability: The Only Sure Thing 3. Strategy: Past and Future 4. The Sense-and-Respond Alternative 5. Adaptiveness: Finding Meaning in Apparent Noise 6. The Role of Leadership in Sense-and-Respond Organizations 7. Building Organizational Context 8. Coordination: Keeping Track of Who Owes What to Whom 9. Managing by Wire 10. Managing the Transformation: A Case Study 11. Changing the Corporate DNA Appendix A: Creating the Modular Organization Appendix B: A Collaborative Decision-making Process for Adaptive Enterprises Appendix C: Putting the Commitment Management Protocol to Work Notes Acknowledgments Glossary Bibliography Index About the Author
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