Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Bureaucracy's Management Tax
Writing in Fortune, Gary Hamel on why bureaucracy must die. An excerpt:
Today, few organizations seem to be able to out-run change for more than a few years at a time. To build organizations that are adaptable at their core, we will need to rework every management process so it enables, rather than frustrates, breakthrough thinking and relentless experimentation. Innovation will need to become instinctual and intrinsic. The notion of the economically dependent, easily biddable "employee" will have to be ditched.
Posted by Michael Wade at 10:22 AM