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Ges and demotivates the workforceClearly it’s time for leaders to stop trying to manage complexity with their traditional tools and instead better leverage employees' intelligence This book shows you how and explains the implications for designing and leading organizationsThe way to manage complexity the authors argue is neither with the hard solutions of another era nor with the soft solutions such as team building and feel good “people initiatives” that often follow in their wake Based on social sciences notably economics game theory and organizational sociology and The Boston Consulting Group’s work with than five hundred companies in than forty countries and in various industr. Brilliant book incredible eye open for the big organisations Worth of every penny

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New tools for managing complexityDoes your organization manage complexity by making things complicated If so you are not aloneAccording to The Boston Consulting Group’s fascinating Complexity Index business complexity has increased sixfold during the past sixty years And all the while organizational complicatedness that is the number of structures processes committees decision making forums and systems has increased by a whopping factor of thirty five In their attempt to respond to the increasingly complex performance reuirements they face company leaders have created an organizational labyrinth that makes it and difficult to improve productivity and to pursue innovation It also disenga. One the most insightful books on management theory I ve ever read Through a lens of systems thinking and game theory the author breaks management down

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Ies authors Yves Morieux and Peter Tollman recommend six simple rules to manage complexity without getting complicatedShowing why the rules work and how to put them into practice Morieux and Tollman give managers a much needed tool to reinvigorate people in the face of seemingly endless complexity Included are detailed examples from companies that have achieved a multiplicative effect on performance by using themIt’s time to manage complexity better Employ these six simple rules to foster autonomy and cooperation and to effectively handle business complexity As a result you will improve productivity innovate reengage your workforce and seize opportunities to create competitive advantage. The basic ideas are good and very useful It will certainly make me rethink some of the things I was doing and it But I found it hard to read it as I fe


10 thoughts on “Six Simple Rules

  1. says:

    One the most insightful books on management theory I've ever read Through a lens of systems thinking and game theory the author breaks management down in to one simple truth context matters

  2. says:

    FinallyI thought I'll never finish this one Language is needlessly complicated adding to the 'complicatedness' of the book you'll need to endure the book to understand the wordThe stories that support the arguments are ra

  3. says:

    Reinvention of Agile and Lean without any references to them but with good insights and nice examples

  4. says:

    I read this book in a week I guess the last document I read on BCG was the matrix they created several years ago This time given the h

  5. says:

    Brilliant book incredible eye open for the big organisations Worth of every penny

  6. says:

    This is the best management theory book I’ve ever read Bright and explained in such a simple way as the tittle says “without getting complicated” I recommend to listen to the author’s TED speech too Excellent

  7. says:

    The basic ideas are good and very useful It will certainly make me rethink some of the things I was doing and it But I found it hard to read it as I felt the language was mostly artificial For exampleThey can do so by framing rich objectives and then embedding feedback loops that retain the benefits of specialization while ensuring a synergistic interplay sorry I understand what you mean but you don't have to p

  8. says:

    Organisations struggle to adapt the way they work to the changing business environment and therefore lose 'competiveness' How can we fight this 'decay' within the organisation? Their are literally thousands of books that tackle this topic in one way or another so what makes this book stand out?The authors define the problem in terms of an ever increasing external complexity that leads to internal complicatedness The b

  9. says:

    Good to the point book on managing compelxity in management work Not that comprehensive as I expected it provides good and working solutions in the form of six simple rules1 Understand What Your People Do not what is written on their business

  10. says:

    A very relevant book which should be read by all existing and aspiring managers It would be particularly useful if read by