|Title:||Empowerment in Organizations - The Theory and Practice of a Mandate System|
|Categories:||Administration and Finance|
|Publisher:||Rudolf Steiner College Press|
|Number of pages:||145|
Constructive suggestions for the tricky business of working with colleagues.
Empowerment in Organizations is a seminal work about organizational transformation and redefined leadership roles. Veteran facilitator Cornelis Pieterse provided an insightful description of developmental phases in organizations, as well as a clear road map to alternative management practices. It is an articulate academic proposal, supported by the author's many years of experience in practice as well as theory. His lively writing style simplifies the subject of governance in nonprofit organization by breaking it down into digestible components, facilitating an easy read.
Cornelis Pieterse's clear descriptions of the mandate process can serve organizations suffering from becoming stuck in a particular phase. If I had read this book twenty-five years ago, how much more productive and satisfied I would have been in my organizational experiences. This is a highly readable and helpful guide that can be especially useful in schools and other organizations. Strongly recommended.
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