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by Richard Pascale
Author: Richard Pascale
Publisher: Penguin Books (1991)
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Pascale shows how this has worked in many companies including Honda, Ford, IBM, etc. Recommended for all business collections
Fit deals with an organization's internal consistency; split is a technique for breaking a bigger organization into smaller units; contend is a management process that harnesses the contradictions that are inevitable in organizations; and transcend is the complexity that is necessary to successfully manage the renewal process. Pascale shows how this has worked in many companies including Honda, Ford, IBM, etc. Recommended for all business collections. -Michael D. Kathman, St. John's Univ.
Richard Pascale (born 1938) worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company in. .Managing on the Edge, Simon & Schuster, 1990.
But it was in the softer sides of management rather than in such things as strategy and structure that Pascale concluded that the Japanese excelled. Get our daily newsletter.
Managing on the Edge book. Richard Pascale owes his fame to his contribution to the 7S framework when he was working at McKinsey & Company management consultancy. Books by Richard Tanner Pascale.
Pascale approaches the question partly by looking at Japanese companies which have remained successful (particularly Honda), partly by a close look at big American companies like Ford and General Electric. His conclusions are that American and British companies tend to be run by small cliques of people who, no matter how hard they work and how determined they are, eventually run out of ideas.
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Publications and books by Richard Pascale et al. 2010. Journal: Strategy & Leadership, vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 4-48. Managing on the Edge: How the Smartest Companies Use conflict to Stay Ahead. The Power of Positive Deviance: How Unlikely Innovators Solve the World’s Toughest Problems. Surfing the edge of chaos: The laws of nature and the new laws of business. Perspectives on Strategy: the real story behind Honda’s success. The paradox of corporate culture : Reconciling ourselves to socialization.
Richard T. Pascale is the coauthor of The Art of Japanese Management and author of Managing on the Edge. He is now an associate Fellow of Oxford University, a writer, and a consultant. Mark Millemann was a senior advisor to CSC Index and has extensive experience working with CEOs and executive teams of companies around the world, including Sears, Hughes Space and Communications, BP Oil, Borg Warner Automotive, and the Illinois Power Company.
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