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  • Thinking Backwardsby Rob van Haastrecht; Martin Scheepbouwer

    Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Ptd Ltd 2011; US$ 24.40

    Companies are lousy problem solvers. There are fundamental flaws in the way managers and their advisers make crucial decisions, including: unclear or missing objectives; spending too much time on the problem rather than on the solution; lack of real facts and evidence; giving direction without recommending concrete interventions; misalignment with... more...

  • Umdenken im Managementby Rob van Haastrecht; Martin Scheepbouwer; Ursula Bischoff

    Wiley 2015; US$ 9.95

    Die meisten (Projekt-)Manager beschäftigen sich mit Problemen auf die klassische Art und Weise, indem sie sich erst einmal gründlich in die Diagnose des Problems vertiefen und dann auf Grundlage dieser Analyse versuchen, das Problem Schritt für Schritt zu lösen. Aber sind sie damit wirklich erfolgreich? Leider nein. Unternehmen... more...

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