Steve Denning and radical management just published. It closely repates to my earlier post

I believe this book will add to those that describe those companies in the world that have really embarked on radical change. But beware of instrumentalizing the process! Heifetz says the biggest error leaders make is when they apply technical means to solve adaptive challenges. Only if leaders become the change they want to see in world will their organization change: Change needs courage and determination.

Amplify’d from

Radical management is a way of organizing and managing work that leads to high productivity, deep job satisfaction, continuous innovation and client delight. It is discussed in Steve Denning’s new book, The Leader’s Guide to Radical Management: Reinventing the Workplace for the 21st Century, which will be published by Jossey-Bass in October 2010. You can learn more about radical management at:…




About charlesvanderhaegen

I am a grandfather of an immensely inspiring family, thanks to the most incredible wife. To satisfy my family's needs, I was for 30 years business entrepreneur, roller coasting between success and failure. 17 years ago I was forced to stop and reflect. I dug into theory and discovered the World out there, that my involvement in Business had kept hidden to me. I feared that I will not escape remaining amidst my trans-disciplinary quest forever, bouncing back and forth from action to theory, always puzzled by Europe's apparent incapacity to free itself from its Institutional/Technological Lock-ins. My horizon opened up when Gunter Pauly, my intimate friend of 35 years, asked me to join him and take charge ZERI's development in Europe. I am now fully engaged alongside Gunter Pauli in the and the @myblueeconomy Networks as CEO of ZERI.EU vzw (Non for Profit association)
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