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Success Makes Companies Slow
文章来源:AG88 更新时间:2018-10-06


LONDON, May 9 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- Successful 大发电玩城companies grow, and as they grow, they become more complex and it takes more time and effort to get things done, according to research by Global Integration. Eventually complexity undermines what made the company successful in the first place; the old, entrepreneurial spirit breaks down, bureaucracy increases and progress slows.

Breaking this cycle of decline is essential to the continued success of Asian companies and outdated management techniques are the problem.

After 12 years working with ever more complex "teams" in over 200 of the world's leading companies in 40 countries and training over 40,000 people, CEO, entrepreneur and author Kevan Hall reaches some startling conclusions with major implications for management in his new book "Speed Lead(TM) -- faster, AAAAAAr ways to manage people, projects and teams in complex companies."

1. "Teamwork causes delay -- Even great companies are struggling with an

epidemic of cooperation -- Managers spend 20% of their time in

unnecessary meetings. Everyone feels the need to be involved in

everything and teams are the answer. Team working is no longer a

technique but a corporate value. Yet teams often do not work and are

expensive and difficult to run.

2. Lack of communication is a problem of the past -- the challenge now is

how to disconnect from the mass of trivia and see the few really

important messages. Over 50% of emails are unnecessary.

3. Decentralized control and information in manufacturing have given us a

quality revolution over the last 15 years. Management control in

other areas however, has become more centralized and this is causing a

damaging cycle of micromanagement and low expectations of people at

work.

4. Community at work has changed, it is more diverse and less based on

place but companies still invest in traditional "team spirit" anAAAAAAAA> "corporate values" which are often more about the home culture of the

organization.

Most team working, communication and leadership training still carries inaccurate assumptions from a much AAAAAAr management past. Managers are spending 80% of their time on cooperation, communication and control and they estimate that 50% of this is wasted. The answer is not working harder with the old skills but implementing faster and AAAAAAr ways of working.

Kevan Hall is available for interview or feature writing, please contact Kevan@global-integration.com or visit http://www.speedleading.com .

"SPEED is the key word for companies in the Asia Pacific Rim: China, Japan and Korea. Kevan's remarkable new book comes from his long practical experience and is based on Creativity and Innovation, Simplicity and Ease of applicability for managers of global companies." Professor Jae Ho Park, Founder of GRCIOP and Professor of IO Psychology at Yeungnam University, South Korea.

"An eminently practical book, good at giving pragmatic, realistic AAAs that can help the reader to reframe and reflect on one's practice, and change behaviour without the guilt from being 'stuck' in an outdated managerial mindset. A well-organized and enthusiastic synthesis of good managerial practice." Director Magazine.

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