Focused Energy: Mastering Bottom-Up Organization

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Index
ЗМ 31, 49, 165
ABB see ASEA Brown Boveri
accounting systems
global accounts 227–30
lateral co-ordination 227–30
reconfiguranble organizations 95
action learning 165–7, 170, 173–5
activity orchestration 5–6, 8, 177, 196–234
ad hoc processes, handling 208–9
adaptability
collective learning 160–76
concept 5–6
craftworkers 63–4
processes 230–1
reconfigurable organizations 90–101
see also change; flexibility
Adidas 49
Aegon 281
Alahuhta, Marti 164
Albert Heijn 73, 75
Andersen Consulting 179
Apple Computer 276
Armani 60, 62
articulated knowledge, concept 68, 113
ASEA Brown Boveri (ABB) 103–4, 109–15, 168, 182, 224, 228, 231, 271
audit
global accounts 227–30
processes 203–6
autonomic business units, growth catalysts 48–9
background ix-x, 3–9
balanced scorecards 14–15
Bally 61
Banco Bilbao Viscaya (BBV), case studies 178
Barnevik, Percy 103, 109, 111–13, 182
Baughmann, Jim 247
BBV see Banco Bilbao Viscaya
Belluno province, Italy 60
benchmarking concept 149
Benetton 55–6, 105
best practice
bottom-up/top-down balance 130, 285–7
boundary-crossing networks 89
breakthrough options 143–4
collective learning 172–6
continuous pathways 23
core competencies 115–16
craft networks 69–71
discontinuous pathways 22–3
execution 115–16
growth catalysts 56–8
in-house strategy development 158–9
information capabilities194–5
lateral co-ordination 232–3
leadership 194–5, 285–7
pathway selection 21–3
personal compacts 249–50
pioneering spirit 42–3
processes 213–16
reconfigurable organizations 99–101
turbo-kaizen 264
Bossidy, Larry 248
bottom-up organizations
characteristics 5–6
disadvantages 5, 15–16, 51
overview ix-x, 3–9
top-down balance 119–31, 266–7, 272–4, 285–7
boundary-crossing networks 72–89, 225, 259
best practice 89
concept 73–8, 254
core competencies 104–16
IT 83–6
new working requirements 86–8
outsourcing 80–3
overview 73–4
price considerations 87
supply/demand chain management 73–89
Boynton, Andrew 7–8, 59–71, 290
breakthrough options
best practice 143–4
concept 133–5, 142–4, 262–3
exercise decisions 141–2
focus 28, 132–44
identification 135–41
overview 133
paths 134–44
turbo-kaizen 252–64
see also change; evolutionary …; revolutionary …

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface viii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Part One - Bottom-Up Organization 1
  • 1 - Introducing Bottom-Up Organization 3
  • 2 - Pathways to Bottom-Up Organization 10
  • Part Two - Energizing the Organization 25
  • 3 - Pioneering Spirit 27
  • 4 - Growth Catalysts 45
  • 5 - Craft Networks 59
  • 6 - Boundary-Crossing Networks 72
  • 7 - Recofigurable Organizations 90
  • 8 - Competence-Sharing across Boundaries 102
  • Part Three - Focusing the Energy 117
  • 9 - Balancing Bottom-Up with Top-Down 119
  • 10 - Focusing on Breakthrough Options 132
  • 11 - Developing Strategy from within 145
  • 12 - Using Collective Learning to Focus the Energized Organization 160
  • 13 - Using Information to Channel Human Energy 177
  • 14 - Fousing People around Processes 196
  • 15 - Co-Ordinating Laterally 218
  • 16 - Personal Compacts 235
  • 17 - Turbo-Kaizen 252
  • 18 - The Leadership Paradox 265
  • Contributors 289
  • Index 297
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