At Cambridge Scholars, we are very proud that many of our authors and their publications are critically acclaimed by eminent scholars in their respective fields. We put our authors at the centre of everything we do, and this month we would like to take this opportunity to highlight a particularly noteworthy review.
This month, we are delighted to showcase Courtney Fingar’s review of Oleg Konovalov’s title Organisational Anatomy: A Manager’s Guide to a Healthy Organisation, a title in our new Towards the Twenty-First Century Organization Series. Courtney is the Editor-in-Chief of fDi Magazine (published by the Financial Times) and Head of Content at fDi Intelligence, and critiqued Oleg’s title as an “insightful yet pragmatic book”.
“In debates over campaign financing, the US presidential elections of 2012 saw the question arise of whether companies could be classed as 'people' and therefore enjoy certain rights to make political contributions. It was a heated issue, and a question that is impossible to solve to everyone's satisfaction. But whether or not a company is a 'person', it certainly functions as an organism in many important ways and can be treated and analysed as such. In an insightful yet pragmatic book, Oleg Konovalov gets under the skin of the company as an organism, and explains how to help it function best. A highly useful read for any manager.”
–Courtney Fingar, fDi Magazine
To find out more about Organisational Anatomy: A Manager’s Guide to a Healthy Organisation, click here.
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