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Reengineering Revolution

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ISBN-10: 0887307361

ISBN-13: 9780887307362

Edition: N/A

Authors: Michael Hammer, Steven Stanton

List price: $18.99
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Reengineering the Corporation  has swept through corporate America with a force unprecedented in recent years. Hailed by Business Week   as "the best-written, most well-reasoned business book for the managerial masses since In Search of Excellence," the book has appeared on virtually every bestseller list, including a six-month run on The New York Times list. Reengineering has become a part of everyone's business vocabulary. It is undoubtedly the business concept of the nineties. In The Reengineering Revolution, Michael Hammer and Steven Stanton build on this foundation to share with readers their experiences in successfully implementing reengineering in companies around the…    
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Book details

List price: $18.99
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 3/24/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 5.31" wide x 8.00" long x 0.79" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Dr. Michael Hammer is the leading exponent of the concept of reengineering. He was named by BusinessWeek as one of the four preeminent management gurus of the 1990s and by Time as one of America's 25 Most Influential Individuals. He lives in Massachusetts.

What You Need to Know to Read This Book
The Top Ten Mistakes in Reengineering
The Primary Ingredient: Leadership
The Second Ingredient: The Reengineering Team
Do You Need Help?
Are You Ready for Reengineering? A Self-Assessment Diagnostic
Assumption Busting for Fun and Profit
The Hardest Part of Reengineering
The Art of Selling Change
You Are What You Believe: Reshaping an Organization's Values
Combating the Counterrevolutionaries
The Case of the Overdue Orders
The Realities of Reengineering I: Three Roads to Success
The Realities of Reengineering II: Three Who Failed
Small Companies Can Do It Too
Beyond the Bottom Line: Reengineering in Mission-Driven Organizations
Six Crises