"NICE TO DO" BECOMES "MUST DO" The history of the forty-five prescriptions
that are the essence of this book is the history of In Search of Excellence. In short,
a "nice-to-do" in 1979 (when the excellence research began) has become a ...
PRESCRIPTIONS FOR A WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN Five areas of
management constitute the essence of proactive performance in our chaotic
world: (1) an obsession with responsiveness to customers, (2) constant
innovation in all ...
The endpapers of this book list the forty-five prescriptions in abbreviated form.
Two obvious questions pop out at once: What do you do first? How do you pace
the introduction of the ideas? There is a happy and an unhappy answer. The
The Prescriptions and the Public Sector Maryland governor William Donald
Schaefer led the dramatic transformation of Baltimore during his fifteen years as
mayor. A compulsion for action, unmatchable energy, and an astonishing ability
to be ...
Thus while all of the prescriptions are grounded in empirical evidence, all have
been passed through a number of purely theoretical frameworks as well. Why is
this important to the practitioner, who is, after all, the book's customer? For at
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Building Systems for a World Turned Upside Down
Measure Whats Important
Revamp the Chief Control Tools
Decentralize Information Authority and Strategic Planning
Set Conservative Goals
Demand Total Integrity
A New View of Leadership at All Level
Pay Attention More Listening