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Management Know How Entwicklung

Positionierung „Workforce-Management“ im “Performance Excellence Framework” 
Self-Assessment „Workforce-Management“

Zusammenführung mit Ergebnissen aus der „Leadership-System“ Initiative (siehe „3-D Leadership“)
Festlegung von Management Know-How Entwicklungs-Maßnahmen
Berücksichtigung in der Unternehmens-Strategie
Aktionsplanung und Umsetzung
Coaching for Performance – Best Practices

Einführung in die Welt der „100 Best Business Books ever, of all Time“ and beyond:

Best Business Books of the 21st Century: “Rise of the Robots” - Award Winner 2015

Einführung in die Welt der „100 Best Business Books ever, of all Time“ and beyond:


 Modul 1 Einführung:
              Definitionen – Geschichte – Kultur – Bibliotheken –Bücherverbrennungen - e-books -  
              Buchbestand – Buchproduktion – Lesen versus Hören – Wert von Büchern nach
              Peter F.
Drucker
 Modul 2 Marketing und Konsum:
              Best Business Book (BBB) Kriterien – erste Bücher über Management, Consulting, Strategie  
              und Leadership in der Geschichte -  Angebot und Konsum – Auswahlkriterien – prominente   
              Empfehlungen – Best Business Book Guides
 Modul 3 Top 100 Business Books Today – Überblick und Diskussion     
 Modul 4 Top 100 Classics and Landmarks - Überblick und Diskussion
 Modul 5 „Very Interesting Business Books“ - Überblick und Diskussion  
 Modul 6 „Best Business Books“ in den Bereichen
               Leadership
               Strategie;
               Lernen von den Besten: Top- Entrepreneurs und Top-Executives;
               Markt- und Kundenfokus: Sales-, Channel- und Market-Management;
               Human-Resource Management;
               Knowledge-Management;
               Quality Management.    
  Modul 7 Aufbau einer unternehmensspezifischen „Best Business Books“ Library
               zur systematischen Förderung von Business Management Know How im   
               Unternehmen, Motivation des Managements und der Workforce, Reduktion der
               Abhängigkeit von Outside-Consultants, Förderung eines systematischen und
               gezielten Lernens im Unternehmen – „Know How exchange: cross-fertilization“         

  

Fachbibliothek „ Guide into the World of ‚The 100 Best Business Books ever, of all Time‘
and beyond”
Bibliographie – Buchexzerpte – Buchrezensionen (Autoren alphabetisch)

 

Peter F. Drucker (1909-2005): „Lost Art of Management“? “Selected Lessons for the Future!”
Management Wisdom from the Drucker Oeuvre – extended perspective

 

Part 1: Introduction
           
Peter F. Drucker Biography: Milestones – Highlights – Praise for Peter Drucker
            Bibliography: books written by Peter Drucker – books about Peter Drucker
            Important Business Management Pioneers before Peter Drucker – Doers and Thinkers!
            Peter Drucker’s references to other important “Best Business Books” and Diamonds 
            Peter F. Drucker: Father of Business Management
            Gary Hamel about Peter F. Drucker in 2003 and other famous references to Peter Drucker
            Pictures

Part 2: People and Performance - Overview
           
Peter F. Drucker’s teachers and role models
            Peter F. Drucker the Teacher: John E. Flaherty
            Position in “The History of Management Thoughts” (Daniel Wren)
            Business Management Systems: Positioning of Peter F. Drucker
            Business Historians and Peter F. Drucker: Alfred D. Chandler - David S. Landes
            Peter F. Drucker’s friends according to Peter Drucker himself (selective view)
            Peter F. Drucker: Watson Sr.
            Peter F. Drucker: my most important contributions
            Peter F. Drucker’s predictions
                                                 
Part 3: Freedom and Responsibilities  
           
The End of Economic Man – The Origins of Totalitarianism (1939!) and
            Landmarks of Tomorrow (1959)
            Three books analyzing and diagnosing industrial society - with lessons for the future:

            The Future of Industrial Man - 1942
            The Concept of the Corporation - 1946/ reviewed in 1983/2005
            The New Society - the anatomy of industrial order - 1949/1993/2003
            Economists - Economic Theory: Marx and Marxism, Mill, Weber, Schumpeter, Keynes, Friedman
            Frederic W. Taylor: the coming rediscovery about scientific management  - the first management
                                         scientists embedded in the “History of Management Thoughts” (Daniel Wren)           
            Century of social transformation
            Free Society – Free Government – Freedom and responsibilities
            The Sickness of Government
            Can there be business ethics?
            The Myth of American Uniformity  
            Entrepreneurial Functions: making the future today – finding business potentials and opportunities        
            High cost of our environmental future
   
            Exkurs: The Coming Jobs War by Jim Clifton, CEO Gallup, 2011  


Part 4: Management
           
The Practice of Management
            Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices
            Corporations – stakeholders versus shareholders – conglomerates
 
            Exkurs: The Modern Corporation & Private Property by Berle and Means, 1932

            View on Leadership

            The effective board – Job of the CEO – Effective Executives
            Effective top management: tasks – structure – teamwork
            The manager and his work – responsibilities – five basic operations – making decisions -
            effectiveness and efficiency
            Role and jobs of management – importance of managerial experience – developing managers
            and management – developing yourself – Manage oneself
            Managing  the family business
            Five deadly business sins
            The manager of tomorrow
            The Five most important Business Questions – still relevant and important
            The customer is the business – building on strengths!
            Managing by objectives – often ignored, misunderstood and misused

            Managing for results

            Exkurs: Baldrige Performance Excellence Framework

            What we can learn from Japanese Management 
            Early Warning System – major discontinuities – Unilever London 
            Symptoms of malorganisation

Part 5: Knowledge Worker – Manage oneself 
           
The Knowledge worker
            How can the individual survive?
            “Manage oneself” by Peter F. Drucker, 1999 
                         
            Exkurs:
            “3 D-Leadership: Systems – Competencies – Manage oneself”
            “Managers not MBAs” by Henry Mintzberg, 2004
            “The World is flat” by Thomas Friedman, 2006
            “Total Leadership” by Stewart D. Friedman, 2008
            “The coming jobs war” by Jim Clifton, 2011
            “How will you measure your life” by Clayton M. Christensen, 2012
             “BIG DATA” by Thomas H. Davenport 2007 and 2014, Mayer-Schönberger and K. Cukier, 2013
             “SMART MACHINES” by John E. Kelly III and Steve Hamm, IBM 2013
             “Rise of the Robots” by Martin Ford, New York 2015

Part 6: Peter Drucker’s uniqueness and strengths: Praise - summary                       

„Management guru Gary Hamel said, ‚Peter Drucker’s reputation is as a management theorist. He has also been a management prophet. Writing in 1969, he clearly anticipated the emergence of the knowledge economy. I’d like to set a challenge for would-be management gurus: try to find something to say that Peter Drucker has not said first, and has not said well. This high hurdle should substantially reduce the number of business books clogging the bookshelves of book-sellers, and offer managers the hope of gaining some truly fresh insights.’”
“The BEST BUSINESS BOOKS ever.”, page 6, published in 2003.

      
   
  

   

Fachbibliothek Peter F. Drucker: Bücher von Peter F. Drucker

Fachbibliothek Peter F. Drucker: Bücher über Peter F. Drucker
Bibliographie – Buchexzerpte und Buchrezensionen

 

Manager und Management: Methoden – Modelle – Best Practices – Praktische Erfahrungen
            Zunehmende Dynamik

            Globalisierung
            The Coming Jobs War
            Manager: Mythen – Tatsachen – Rollen – Führungsstile
            Motivation
            Kommunikation
            Führung durch Zielvereinbarung: Erfolgsfaktoren – Misserfolgsfaktoren – Leistungsbeurteilung
            Konfliktmanagement
            Management-Assessment
            Manager 21st Century  

 

Business Management Modelle und Systeme - Überblick    
            Einführung – Überblick – Positionierung

            Management by Objectives
             PIMS
            St. Galler Management Modell
            Wolfgang Mewes EKS
            Michael Porter – Competitive Strategy
            McKinsey 7S Framework Pascal-Athos-Peters-Waterman
            Malik Management Basis-Modelle
            Mintzberg Organisationsmodelle – Strategy Safari   
            Baldrige Mark Graham Brown
            Balanced Scorecard – Kaplan-Norton
            Blue Ocean Strategy: Kim und Mauborgne
            Business Model Generation: Osterwalder & Pigneur - Geschäftsmodelle St. Gallen

 

Modern Business Management Dynamics – Synopsis of Practices and Theories changing the world.

 

Part 1: Introduction – Definitions – Agricultural Revolutions – Globalization – Industrial Revolutions
Part 2: 1850-1914
Part 3: 1914-1945
Part 4: 1945-1982
Part 5: 1982-2000
Part 6: 2000-2008
Part 7: 2008-2015

 

Business Management – Part 2: „modern business management pioneers” - 1850-1914 (excerpt)

Rothschild Family

 
Samuel Morse Alexander Graham Bell John Thomson Daniel McCollum Robert Wood 
 
Julius Rosenwald Frank Woolworth Marshall Field Andrew Carnegie  
     
 
 
Christopher Sholes Henry Gantt Henry Heinz Joseph Campbell
 William Procter
         
James Gamble    George Eastman    Isaac Singer   Cyrus Hall McCormack   
         
 John H. Patterson NCR    Charles R. Flint CTR   George Westinghouse    Charles A. Coffin GE  
         
Elihu Thomson Edwin Houston Thomas Edison John Pemberton Coca Cola  
         
Asa Candler Coca Cola Herman Hollerith John D. Rockefeller Alfred Nobel
John Gates 
         
 Pierre du Pont   Frank Donaldson Brown    Henry Ford   Joseph Wharton    
     
 
 Henry Towne   Captain Henry Metcalfe   Frederick W. Taylor   Frank Gilbreth   
 
Lilian Gilbreth Arch Shaw Christopher Langdell  
   
Yoichi Ueno Hugo Münsterberg J.P. Morgan   

 

 

Extrinsische und Intrinsische Motivation

Führen mit Zielen, Kennzahlen, Vorgaben (Balanced Scorecard) und Benchmarking

“The Coming Jobs War” in a “Flat world”- Implikationen für Politik und Business Management

Thomas L. Friedman und Jim Clifton, CEO of Gallup (Buchexzerpte und Buchrezensionen)
“What every leader must know about the future of job creation”  

Modul 1: Ten Forces that flattened the World – The Triple Convergence
Modul 2: Jobs War: Introduction–Joblessness–China’s Surge–Behavioral Economics–Local Leadership
              Entrepreneurship versus Innovation-High Energy Workplaces-Customer Science
              Where Entrepreneurship is created–What leaders have to do                   

Lernen aus Fehlern und Niederlagen – Synopsis aus „Best Business Books“ (Bestseller) 


Fachbibliothek „Lernen aus Fehlern und Niederlagen“