Monthly Archives: January 2011

La urgente y particular innovación necesaria en la enseñanza del noble oficio del management (8 de 8)

The Management Myth de Matthew Stewart (p.303 - final del libro)

"The questions that the management theorists raise and the insights that they offer belong not to a speciously practical discipline of management, but to the history of philosophy, and they should be taught and studied as such.

What makes for a good manager? If we put...
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La urgente y particular innovación necesaria en la enseñanza del noble oficio del management (7 de 8)

The Management Myth de Matthew Stewart (p.264)

"To dispute gurus on questions of fact, however, is a fool's game. When Peters and his fellow gurus contrast the innocent past with the present danger, they are not describing phenomena that can be observed in real time. They are invoking a certain emotional state of being. They are...
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La urgente y particular innovación necesaria en la enseñanza del noble oficio del management (6 de 8)

The Management Myth de Matthew Stewart (p.251)

"The gurus hold on to the pretense of management expertise because that is the idea that fuses their work into a meaningful whole. However much they disdain the academics, the gurus subscribe to the myth that Taylor concocted and that has sustained the business of management ever since -...
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La urgente y particular innovación necesaria en la enseñanza del noble oficio del management (5 de 8)

The Management Myth de Matthew Stewart (p.219)

"The attempt to turn strategy into a rigorous academic discipline has done considerable violence to the core value in almost all strategic thinking - the fundamental idea that one should always keep an eye on the big picture. Seeing the big picture means seeing not just what is, but...
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