Methodological School of Management - , A. G. Reus
A comprehensive guide for business people, government administrators and specialists in management methodology, Methodological School of Management details the original and applied thinking, methods and approaches established by the school in the Soviet era and still operating successfully in modern Russia today.
The Methodological School of Management is not an educational institution, but a range of management tools, which evolved as a part of the 'systems movement' during the second half of the twentieth century. The school was created by the pupils of Georgy Petrovich Shchedrovitsky (1929-1994) under whose leadership a body of knowledge - the 'starting capital' of the Methodological School of Management - took shape. The management tools developed by the school are used by its leaders in their current managerial practice. This practice extends to a number of fields: government administration, management of economic sectors, corporate governance and the management of individual corporations.
Although the school is less well known to Western specialists in systems engineering methodology and management, this book aims to secure the school a place in the global systems engineering landscape. Its ideas have entered the tool kits of most major control systems and corporations in the world's leading economies, from NASA and Toyota to retail chains - a clear testimony to the value of Georgy Shchedrovitsky's research, ideas and the body of knowledge he left behind.
Shortlisted for the CMI Management Book of the Year award, Methodological School of Management offers solutions for resolving tricky managerial situations and achieving organisational targets - essential reading for anyone learning how to manage people and issues alike.
Author: Khristenko, V. B.
Author: Reus, A. G.
Author: Zinchenko, A. P.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Information
Title: Methodological School of Management
Pages: 01048 (Encrypted EPUB)
On Sale: 2014-08-31
Category: Business & Economics : Management - General
Category: Business & Economics : Management Science