MICHAEL HAMMER has been called the founder of a "movement" -- a popular way of looking at work, organizing work, and devising corporate strategies that is called "reengineering."
The former Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor co-wrote "Reengineering the Corporation," a 1993 book that spent weeks atop national bestseller lists. Now a consultant, he has written a new book entitled "The Reengineering Revolution: A Handbook" (HarperBusiness). He wrote it with Steven Stanton, a colleague at Hammer and Company, in Cambridge, Mass.
The Monitor caught up with the two as they kicked off a nationwide publicity tour.
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