The Future of Management

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What really fuels long-term business success? Not operational excellence or new business models, but management innovation - new ways of mobilizing talent, allocating resources, and building strategies. Over the past century, breakthroughs in the "technology of management" have enabled a few companies - including General Electric, Procter&Gamble, Toyota, and Visa - to vross new performance thresholds and build long-term advantages. Yet most companies lack a disciplined process for radical management innovation. In The Future of Management, world-renowned business sage Gary Hamel argues that organizations need bold management innovation now more than ever. The current management model - centered on control and efficiency - no longer suffices drive business success. In this most provovative book to date, Hamel takes aim at the lagacy beliefs preventing twenty-first-century companies from surmounting new challanges. With incisive analysis and vivid illustrations, he explains how to turn your company into a serial management innovator. Along the way, Hamel reveals:

  • The make-or-break challenges that will determine competitive success in an age of head-snapping change
  • The toxic effects of our legacy management beliefs
  • The unconventional management practices generating breakthrough results in a handful of pioneering organizations
  • The new prinziples every company must weave into ints management DNA
  • The Web's potential to obliterate smokestack management practices
  • The actions your company can take now to build its own management advantage[1]



  1. Hamel, G.: The Future of Management