Review: Searching for the Spirit of Enterprise–Dismantling the Twentieth-Century Corporation Lessons from Asian, European,

4 Star, Best Practices in Management, Consciousness & Social IQ

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4.0 out of 5 stars Useful thoughts on deconstructing companies into cells,

April 8, 2000
Larry C. Farrell

Excellent airplane book. Articulates concerns about business schools that disdain real business, for managers that count money instead of making it, and for governments that are complacent about the lack of an entrepreneurial culture within their business ranks. His general approach is to deconstruct companies into smaller units where the management can be close to the actual value-creation, there are simpler more honest relationships, and there is a combined sense of pride and urgency that increases the momentum and productivity of the group.

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