« Cornell Policy Review: Special Edition: Systems Thinking | Main | We’re Trying To Do “The Wrong Thing Right” in Schools »

March 31, 2016

Democratic Corporation: A Radical Prescription for Recreating Corporate America and Rediscovering Success

We all know that American business needs fixing, and there is no shortage of prescriptions: imitate the Japanese, or follow the example of successful firms, or practice right-sizing. But these approaches do not work very well, says Russell Ackoff, because they only attack the problem piecemeal—and it is the entire system of American business that is flawed. In this revolutionary book by a widely respected business thinker and pioneer in the fields of operations research and systems thinking, Ackoff underscores the urgent need to overhaul the kinds of systems found in America, from our business schools to our boardrooms. And he shows how firms can break out of the mold—and leapfrog the competition in today’s volatile economy.

Posted by ACASA on March 31, 2016 at 09:32 PM | Permalink


Post a comment