A complete retrograde glossary of the Hittite language by Jin Jie

A complete retrograde glossary of the Hittite language by Jin Jie

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I believe it is not sufficient simply to look for ways of improving individual components of management, such as enhancing the compensation system, or making the planning system more efficient. Rather, the challenge is to think about how these discrete choices fit together, and to figure out how your Management Model, as a whole, supports and enriches your company’s strategy. This book provides you with the frameworks and tools you need to reinvent management in your company. It will describe the full range of methods companies use to coordinate activities, make decisions, set objectives, and motivate people.

Indeed, it is no exaggeration to say that GM was the model of a well-managed company in the inter-war period. Two of the best-selling business books of that era—Sloan’s My Years with General Motors and Peter F. 5 So where did GM go wrong? The company was the model of bureaucracy with formal rules and procedures, a clear hierarchy, and standardized inputs and outputs. This worked well for years, perhaps too well—GM became dominant, and gradually took control not just of its supply chain but of its customers as well.

Money) at the expense of all else, thereby driving out teamwork, institution-building, and loyalty. GM suffered from excessive bureaucracy and overly formalized management processes, and a mistaken belief that it could control its business environment. Underlying these characteristics, in each case, was an implicit point of view about the company’s Management Model, about the guiding principles on which particular practices were built. And it’s not as though there were no other options available to these two companies.

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