REENGINEERING MANAGEMENT : MANDATE FOR NEW LEADERSHIP, THE

REENGINEERING MANAGEMENT : MANDATE FOR NEW LEADERSHIP, THE

By: Champy, James

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Thanks to James Champy and Michael Hammer, reengineering will remembered as the business buzzword of the 1990s. In Reengineering the Corporation, they showed how companies could dramatically improve performance by delegating responsibility and authority throughout the enterprise--to the sales clerk, the shipping manager, the customer-service representative. And, indeed, mo st companies that took up the banner of reengineering saw dramatic improvem ents. But not to the degree that Champy thought possible. Unfortunately, ma nagement, which made reengineering possible in the first place, was the sam e group that was limiting its potential. Champy writes: Anything less than a fundamental revolution in actual management practice, we discovered, is like a communist regime introducing free enterprise into a controlled economy while trying to hold on to power. It can be done for a while, but no one supposes that such an arrangement can last. Something's gotta give, and history shows that it's not going to be free enterprise. It has to be management. If management doesn't change, reengineering will be stopped in its tracks. In Reengineering Management, Champy discusses the challenges managers face in trying to function in the reengineered workplace. At the heart of the manager's dilemma is the loss of authority and control, which in the new workplace must be delegated. Champy looks at how managers from a wide range of companies, including Federal Express, Frito-Lay, and AT&T, have stepped "out of the boxes on the organizational chart" and wrestled with the hard issues of leadership, values, and culture while at the same time dealing w.

Title: REENGINEERING MANAGEMENT : MANDATE FOR NEW LEADERSHIP, THE

Author Name: Champy, James

Categories: Management,

Publisher: Collins: 1996

ISBN Number: 0887307965

ISBN Number 13: 9780887307966

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good+

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