Organizations That Destroy Value : How to Improve Business Performance & Avoid the Pitfalls of the Bucket Business Model
Why do organizations design, build and operate value creation processes that are inefficient, ineffective and in essence destroy value? The organizational value creation effort of the firm can only be as good as the people who design and implement them. The firm can only be as good as the sum of senior management. This small business book consists of two parts. The first chapter is in a case format and depicts a service delivery failure. The second chapter addresses numerous business fallacies, the pitfalls of the "Bucket Model" inherent in practically all businesses and a general perspective on how to improve business performance within a budgetary year. The book has been used successfully in executive management training courses and is short, quick and to the point. No need to waste expensive time and effort to configure complex theoretical models. Modern management theory is of course integrated into the simple yet abstract solutions on how to improve business performance.
- Paperback | 30 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 1.78mm | 95.25g
- 19 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Jim Kayalar
Jim Kayalar, DBA(ABD), MBA is a C level executive, management consultant, international author and Professor of business with over 30 years of business experience in 28 countries. Jim Kayalar's publications are distributed by Aspen House, Harvard Business Publishing, Ivey Publishing in North America and by CCMP France and ECCH England in Europe and by National Chengchi University in Taiwan. Jim Kayalar has led executive management training sessions and taught Executive MBA classes with focus on Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Marketing and Emerging Markets at prestigious business schools such as the University of London International Program, University of Bradford and University of Asia and the Pacific/IESE Business School Barcelona.