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Corporate Power

By Cawley, Charles

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Reproduction Date: 26/12/2013

Title: Corporate Power  
Author: Cawley, Charles
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Philosophy
Collections: Philosophy, Authors Community
Historic
Publication Date:
2013
Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: charles cawley

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Cawley, H. C. (2013). Corporate Power. Retrieved from http://www.gutenberg.us/


Description
Politics is about the trading of information, its relationship to authority and power. This simple observation covers business, commerce and the internal activity of all large organizations. The book provides an astonishing and practical method to, in effect, see round corners and know where real power lies, and how it is created as well as how it can be destroyed.

Summary
A systematic explanation of how organisations use power and authority to generate power. This includes a quantified method revealing relationship structures, stripping internal politics of its secrecy. A truly radical and new insight to help individuals survive and prosper in large organizations.

Excerpt
An unhealthy fixation on control at all costs can create a spiral leading to corporate collapse. Over many appointments, the overall level of expertise reduces. With lower expertise, so the new managers will require more leading. Being less competent, they will be more prone to hiding incompetence. The crawler will become an essential management tool. Thus, the first hurdle will become increasingly difficult to clear as the demands of control snowball.In the end, many organisations consider control and be controlled factors as trumping expertise every time. This is a classic pattern associated with corporate decay and the reason why companies on the slide are often nests of vipers with managers fighting tooth and nail regardless of the cost to their employers to preserve their jobs and see off all threats

Table of Contents
See front of book.

 
 



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