The Organization of the Future (The Drucker Foundation Future Series)
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FRANCES HESSELBEIN is chairman of the board of governors of the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management and editor-in-chief of Leader to Leader. She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, in 1998. MARSHALL GOLDSMITH has been rated by the Wall Street Journal as one of the top ten consultants in executive development. He lives in San Diego, California. RICHARD BECKHARD is a former professor at the Sloan School of Management at MIT. Author of six books, he is an organization development consultant living in New York City.

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Peter F. Drucker: Introduction: Toward the New Organization.

SHAPING TOMORROW'S ORGANIZATIONS.

James A. Champy: Preparing for Organizational Change.

Jay A. Conger: How Generational Shifts Will Transform Organizational Life.

Michael Hammer: The Soul of the New Organization.

Ric Duques, Paul Gaske: The "Big" Organization of the Future.

Jeffrey Pfeffer: Will the Organization of the Future Make the Mistakes of the Past?

Orit Gadesh, Scott Olivet: Designing for Implementability.

Iain Somerville, John Edwin Mroz: New Competencies for a New World.

NEW MODELS FOR WORKING AND ORGANIZING.

Frances Hesselbein: The Circular Organization.

Jay R. Galbraith: The Reconfigurable Organization.

Ron Ashkenas: The Organization's New Clothes.

Joel A. Barker: The Mondragon Model: A New Pathway for the Twenty-First Century.

Doug Miller: The Future Organization: A Chameleon in All Its Glory.

Glenn R. Jones: Creating a Leadership Organization with a Learning Mission.

ORGANIZING FOR STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE.

Rosabeth Moss Kanter: Restoring People to the Heart of the Organization of the Future.

Philip Kotler: Competitiveness and Civil Character.

C. K. Prahalad: The Work of New Age Managers in the Emerging Competitive Landscape.

Martin E. Hanaka, Bill Hawkins: Organizing for Endless Winning.

Stephanie Pace Marshall: Creating Sustainable Learning.

Dave Ulrich: Organizing Around Capabilities.

WORKING AND ORGANIZING IN A WIRED WORLD.

Anthony F. Smith, Tim Kelly: Human Capital in the Digital Economy.

Edward D. Miller: Shock Waves from the Communications Revolution.

Nathaniel Branden: Self-Esteem in the Information Age.

Deepak Sethi: The Seven R's of Self-Esteem.

Frederick G. Harmon: Future Present.

LEADING PEOPLE IN THE ORGANIZATION OF THE FUTURE.

James G. Brocksmith Jr.: Passing the Baton: Preparing Tomorrow's Leaders.

Marshall Goldsmith: Retaining Your Top Performers.

Paul Hersey, Dewey E. Johnson: Situational Leadership in the Multicultural Organization.

Pierre J. Everaert: Emotions, Tempo, and Timing in Managing People.

John Alexander, Meena S. Wilson: Leading Across Cultures: Five Vital Capabilities.

Diana Chapman Walsh: Cultivating Inner Resources for Leadership.

Robert H. Rosen: Learning to Lead.

NEW DEFINITIONS OF ORGANIZATIONAL HEALTH.

Lewis E. Platt: Employee Work-Life Balance: The Competitive Advantage.

Richard Beckhard: The Healthy Organization: A Profile.

R. Roosevelt Thomas Jr.: Diversity and Organizations of the Future.

Greg Parston: Producing Social Results.

John R. Seffrin: The Voluntary Health Organization: A Profile.

A. W. Dahlberg, David W. Connell, Jennifer Landrum: Building a Healthy Company -- for the Long Term.

Chris Argyris: The Next Challenge.

Charles Handy: Unimagined Futures.

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"It is an anthology of some of the most farsighted business writers around." "Reading Organization of the Future is like browsing full a shelf full of best-selling management books." (Across the Board, July/August 1997)
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