3 edition of The great company (1667-1871) found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Beckles Willson ; with an introduction by Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 37690, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 37690|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 microfiches (213 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||213|
According to this school of thought, the value that a company creates should be measured not just in terms of short-term profits or paychecks but also in terms of how it sustains the conditions that allow it to flourish over time. Market value is the worth of a business ascribed by the stock market. In the journey from good to great, defining your Hedgehog Concept is an essential element. It is the logic behind the creation of a new organizational unit, the Global Nutrition Group, and new corporate roles, such as chief global health officer.
In those firms, society and people are not afterthoughts or inputs to be used and discarded but are core to their purpose. Take Walgreens. As it turns out, it wasn't a dumb idea. Take Kroger, for example. You can build a great church community. Utilitarian rationality is not the only force governing corporate performance and behavior inside organizations; emotions play a major role, too.
Moreover, seeking legitimacy or public approval by aligning corporate objectives with social values has become a business imperative. These companies believe that they are more than money-making machines; they are a vehicle for advancing societal goals. No questions asked, no recriminations. You aren't pushing any harder, but the flywheel is accelerating, its momentum building, its speed increasing. Adriana Trigiani can write a good story.
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Because things are going to come back. Informal, self-organizing, shape-changing, and temporary networks are more flexible and can make connections between people or connect bundles of resources more quickly.
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They deliver more than just financial returns; they also build enduring institutions. Especially for great global companies, institution building is not the result of carrying out specific activities but a coherent, holistic pursuit in which elements reinforce one another, are inextricably intertwined, and reflect a logic and leadership style that permeate the corporation.
However, Collins cautions that technology should not be regarded as a potential panacea for all that ails a company. They eventually received a boost when a new Peruvian potato chip whose creation they championed became a sensation. But decline, it turns out, is largely self-inflicted, and the path to recovery lies largely within our own hands.
OverIBMers signed up to perform 2. That conveniently narrow image, deeply embedded in the American capitalist system, molds the actions of most corporations, constraining them to focus on maximizing short-term profits and delivering returns to shareholders.
Affirming purpose and values through service is a regular part of how great companies express their identities. This book is dedicated to teaching what we've learned.
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The attention placed on social conditions often generates experiences and ideas that lead to learning for innovation in products, services, and business models. When people self-organize to create networks to share information, new initiatives or innovations are often the result.
Now picture the egg from the chicken's point of view. Collins characterizes the ideal approach to technology with the following cycle: "Pause -- Think -- Crawl -- Walk -- Run. Employees were, in essence, self-organizing. About Business domain names What is a domain registrar?
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