Creating the Corporate Future: Plan Or be Planned For

Front Cover
Wiley, Apr 27, 1981 - Business & Economics - 297 pages
2 Reviews
Here’s why thousands of readers in business and management turn to Russell Ackoff for innovative and effective ideas: "Russell Ackoff has probably influenced more managers than any other living person.… Two of his books, Scientific Method (1962) and Redesigning the Future (1974), are the cornerstones of much of the theory and methods for systematic analysis of problems in management and planning." —APA Journal "Russell Ackoff is undoubtedly one of the great masters of this art…" [of storytelling as a means of conveying information]. —Omega, The International Journal of Management Science The Art of Problem Solving is… "A witty, literate, and most of all convincing reflection…. He shines an often bright light into corners where problems hide, showing the manager how to understand the consequences of his own behavior; identify real, rather than supposed, elements of problems; perceive another’s aims; determine what is controllable; and deal with other nettlesome factors." —INC.

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: Creating the Corporate Future: Plan or Be Planned for

User Review  - Denise Mitnick - Goodreads

Guide book for Systems Thinkers and Leaders in Organizations. Read full review

Related books

References to this book

All Book Search results »

References from web pages

JSTOR: Creating the Corporate Future
Creating the Corporate Future. W. Mason. The Journal of the Operational Research Society, Vol. 33, No. 4, 389-390. Apr., 1982. J. Opl Res. Soc. Vol. 33. pp. ... sici?sici=0160-5682(198204)33%3A4%3C389%3ACTCF%3E2.0.CO%3B2-7 > Creating the corporate future Russell L. Ackoff ...
Taal | Engels > CREATING THE CORPORATE FUTURE Russell L Ackoff Gebonden boek met zwarte kunstlederen kaft met zilveren letteropdruk met stofomslag met ... taal-engels/ 138095516-creating-the-corporate-future-russell-l-ackoff.html

INFOAMÉRICA | ACKOFF, Russell L.: Creating the Corporate Future
ACKOFF, Russell L. Creating the Corporate Future (1981 johnwiley and Sons) Libro en lengua inglesa. The Democratic Corporation: A Radical Prescription for ... infolibros/ ackoff01.html

B-1 1 References Ackoff, rl (1981) Creating the Corporate Future ...
B-1. 1. References. Ackoff, rl (1981) Creating the Corporate Future, John Wiley & Sons: New York. Adelman, L. (1984) Real-Time Computer Support for Decision ... staff/ isrobert/ phd/ refs.pdf

innovationlabs Publications: 4th Generation R&D: Selected Bibliography
A selected bibliography from the book 4th Generation R&D Managing Knowledge, Technology, and Innovation 4Gpub2g.html

Ackoff, R. (1981). Creating the corporate future. New York: Wiley. Ackoff, R. (1978). The art of problem solving. New York: Wiley. Allport, G. (1968). ... primer/ bibliog.htm

MS 726 - Strategic Planning and Policy Making Systems
Book #2: Creating the Corporate Future: Plan or be Planned For; 1st Edition. Russell L. Ackoff. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons: 1981. ISBN: 0471090093. ... ms726.htm

russell L. ackoff
08/28/03. 1. russell L. ackoff. Now in private practice as an educator, lecturer, consultant, and author; and. Anheuser-Busch Professor Emeritus of ... rlacv.pdf

Russell Ackoff's Jerusalem
Systems Practice, Vol. 3, No. 2, 1990. Russell Ackoff's Jerusalem. Michael C. Jackson I. Received November 21, 1989. This brief article looks at the ... index/ U61K2276014W07U5.pdf

California Institute of Integral Studies
Read Ackoff, Russell L., Creating the Corporate Future: Plan or be planned for, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1981. Chapter 2: “Our Changing Concept of the ... docs/ OLD%20Syllabus.doc

About the author (1981)

About the author. RUSSELL L. ACKOFF is a Daniel H. Silberberg Professor of Systems Sciences at the Wharton School, the University of Pennsylvania. He received his Ph.D. in the philosophy of science from the University of Pennsylvania in 1947. Dr. Ackoff is the author or co-author of fifteen other books, along with over 150 articles published in various books and journals. He also performs research for more than 200 corporations and government agencies, and serves as a consultant for a number of major companies.

Bibliographic information