Modern Business Management: Creating a Built-to-Change Organization
By 作者: Doug Dockery – Laureen Knudsen
ISBN-10 书号: 1484232607
ISBN-13 书号: 9781484232606
Edition 版本: 1st ed.
Release Finelybook 出版日期: 2017-12-01
pages 页数: (156 )
Book Description to Finelybook sorting
Transform your entire organization, not just a part of it. Take a modern look now that the world is focusing on business agility rather than thinking about team-level or even scaled Agile.
Many people and businesses believe that “doing Agile” will solve all their business and organizational problems. The truth is that “doing Agile”, especially team-level agility, is not the same as being an agile organization.
Authors Doug Dockery and Laureen Knudsen share their years of experience in transforming corporations and organizations to successfully compete and win in today’s fast-paced markets. Using proven techniques and stories of actual experiences in a multitude of organizations, Doug and Laureen relate what it takes to successfully transform your organization, as well as how to tell if your transformation is working.
Modern Business Management details what you need to know to transform your business to deliver value and thrive. Coverage includes:
What Agile means to an executive and the benefits you should be seeing
The top failure modes and why so many transformations fail
A framework for success, including an operational framework and a transformation framework
How big data internal to a company is needed to successfully run a world-wide corporation today
The definition of a modern business and what it looks like
What You’ll learn
Understand why businesses are not getting the benefits out of their current Agile transformation
Follow the process that organizations need to go through to succeed
See how C-level executives can benefit from Agile practices
Know how to succeed where others are failing
Discover how to keep up with a constantly disrupted and ever-changing market
Who This Book Is For
Management and executives in corporations from the director level to the C-level