The Innovating Organization
Andrew M Pettigrew, Evelyn M Fenton
SAGE, Sep 5, 2000 - Business & Economics - 335 pages
The Innovating Organization is a systematic, empirical study of the change in forms from traditional multi-divisional hierarchies to flatter, less rigid networks.
The rich array of data generated by the eight current international case studies provides fresh insights into the network organization, and suggests new methodologies for organizational research. Coopers & Lybrand, BP, Unilever, Rabobank and Saab are amongst the companies surveyed.
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Theoretical Perspectives on New Forms of Organizing
Beyond the Global Matrix towards the Network
The Emergence and Development of Internal Networks
Shared Leadership and the Rise of
The Case of Fremap
Integrating the Teambased Structure in the Business