The 21st Century Needs Radical Management
Most management methods in use today have been around for more than fifty years. During that time, the work has changed dramatically and so have the types of workers. The new ways of working that have emerged do not align well with the old ways of managing. In the 21st century, management must change to accommodate these new realities. Radical management involves changing the focus from stakeholders to customers, from controlling to enabling, from coordination to linking, from efficiency to improvement, and from telling to communicating. Radical management changes the culture of an organization by focusing on what truly drives long-term bottom line success. Bob Hartman shares an in-depth look at both the problems and solutions. Learn how to change from traditional management to radical management and develop a culture ready for business at the speed of the 21st century.