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Always change a winning team: why reinvention and change are the prerequisites for business success

Author: Robertson, Peter P. Publisher: Cyan, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 157 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0654282994Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Always Change a Winning Team Why Reinvention and Change are Prerequisites for Business Success Contents Introduction 7 CHAPTER 1 Success Is a Sleeping Pill Change as a prerequisite for survival The S-curve: The rhythm of growth and decline Feedforward and feedback, or how the future allows itself to be overtaken by the past Escape from S-catraz CHAPTER 2 Attachment and Exploration 12 12 14 21 34 35 36 37 42 46 47 48 55 60 61 61 65 67 71 74 74 76 5 Ethology: A new source of inspiration for management Illustration of the attachment and exploration systems: A garden party on a Sunday afternoon Exploratory and stability-centered people Escape from S-catraz CHAPTER 3 Inconsistency: The Assassin of Changeability What is consistency? Consistency and inconsistency are powerful signals to our attachment system Escape from S-catraz CHAPTER 4 Beacons of Attachment How the attachment focus is formed The difference between matter attachment and people attachment Questions about matter attachment and people attachment Escape from S-catraz CHAPTER 5 Maturity in Complexity Dealing with complexity Maturity in complexity is constantly growing Maturity in complexity and consistency Escape from S-catraz CHAPTER 6 Diversity 87 89 90 92 97 103 115 121 123 125 125 127 133 144 The AEM-Cube : Making diversity measurable Working with the AEM-Cube®: Individual types Working with the AEM-Cube®: Team types Valuing both ends of the maturity-in-complexity axis Valuing and using diversity: Building effective teams Escape from S-catraz CHAPTER 7 Conditions fora Changeable Organization ® The salmon as a metaphor for changeability Complex organizational change is a process not a project Operating the levers for change and changeability The five levers: A summary Notes 146 Bibliography 148

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