Strategic Renewal : Becoming a High-Performance Organization
For undergraduate, Executive Education, and MBA/BMBA courses in Strategy, Organizational Management, Organizational Development, Strategic Planning, and Competitive Strategy.This text focuses on the critical aspects and qualities that high-performance companies share, irrespective of industry, and examines how these qualities can be used as a basis for strategic renewal, revitalization, and high-performance.
- Paperback | 275 pages
- 179.8 x 239.3 x 11.4mm | 417.31g
- 22 Jun 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Competing at the Speed of Life. 2. Defining High-Performance and Strategic Renewal. 3. Globalization and Megamergers: Competing in a Transnational World. 4. Competing in the Changing Workplace: Strategy in an Age of Pluralism. 5. Information Technology: Strategy and Change in an Internet World. 6. Innovation: The Engine of Continuous Renewal. 7. Knowledge: The Essence of Competitive Advantage. 8. Strategic Leadership: The Core Competency for High-Performance. 9. Operational Excellence and Organizational Agility: Sustaining Continuous Renewal and High-Performance. 10. Business Integration: Architecting the Organization for High-Performance. References. Index.
About Michael Mische
MICHAEL A. MISCHE, a member of the faculty at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business where he teaches Strategic Renewal and IT Strategy in the MBA program, Michael Mische has over 20 years of experience in consulting and preparing MBA students to be next generation leaders. As president of the Synergy Consulting Group, Inc. and a former principal of KPMG and A.T. Kearney, Professor Mische has consulted to prominent management consulting firms and to CEOs and COOs in global companies. He has also testified as an expert witness before legislative and judicial bodies. He is the author of four books, including The 21st Century Organization: Reinventing Through Reengineering, with Warren Bennis. In addition he is a consulting editor for a series of books on Systems Integration and has recently completed three major research projects on Strategic Leadership, Knowledge Management, and Innovation. He holds degrees from New York University's Stern School of Business, where he graduated with honors, and Golden Gate University in San Francisco. He can be reached via electronic mail at email@example.com