Most organizations contain multiple business and support units, each led by highly trained, experienced executives and staffed by talented employees. But, too often, different units fail to coordinate: they work at cross-purposes and have conflicting goals. Results? Performance-sapping disagreements, lost opportunities, wasted resources - and a corporation whose value amounts to less than the sum of its parts. This book explains how to correct such organizational misalignment.
DEC 31, 1969