Shepard, K., Gray, J. L., Hunt, J. G. (2007), Organization Design, Levels of Work and Capability: Executive Guide. Toronto: Global Organization Design Society

 

Table of Contents: Part One: Perspectives on the Levels of Work Approach to Organizational Design – Part Two: Enhanced CEO Performance – Part Three: Major Applications of Levels of Work Approach – Part Four: Partial Applications of the Levels of Work Approach – Part Five: Fitting the Right Person to the Right Role at Right Time – Part Six: The Dynamics of Implementing the Levels of Work Approach – Part Seven: Development and Diffusion of Levels of Work Concepts

Description: This executive guide is written specifically for CEOs, their C-Level Team and General Managers who want to create highly productive, accountable organizations within which employees thrive in roles that suit their capability. It is based on the Elliott Jacques’ concept of a requisite organization, as well as on the Levels of Work Approach.

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Author: Shepard, K., Gray, J. L., Hunt, J. G.

Year: 2007

Publisher: Global Organization Design Society

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