Collaborative Intelligence: Towards the Social Organization
Drawing on the principles of humanistic management, the present volume intends to describe the steps to be taken to transform a company into a social organization, be it private or public. The book consists of three parts, which are preceded by an introduction to the key concepts of Management 2.0. Part I describes the five steps which are necessary for a strategic and organizational transformation, while Part II shows how the function of HRM must change to adapt management and development processes to the dynamics of collaborative work. Part III presents the most important principles and values on which new behaviors, skills, and styles of leadership 2.0 should be based. Each chapter is supplemented with case studies from a number of managers, which evinces that the processes described are feasible in Italy and have already been implemented by far-sighted employers who were able to foretell change.
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Marco Minghetti is General Manager of the consultancy firm Hitrea, and has worked for many years with some of the most important international businesses operating in Italy. He cooperated in the development of new models of social organizations and served as Director of a number of prestigious observatories for many institutions, including Scuola Mattei, Eni Corporate University (from 2005 to 2009), and Fondazione Italiana Accenture (from 2009 to 2011). He has published a number of books, teaches Humanistic Management at the Faculty of Communication Sciences of the University of Pavia, Italy, and maintains a blog for Il Sole 24 Ore.
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