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Communication Best Practices at Dell, General Electric, Microsoft, and Monsanto
Communication Best Practices at Dell, General Electric, Microsoft, and Monsanto (July 2003)
Donald P. Cushman - Author
Sarah Sanderson King - Author
Ted J. Smith III - With a chapter by
William C. Adams - With a chapter by

Highlights successful communication practices at Dell, General Electric, Microsoft, and Monsanto.

Through case studies of communication best practices at Dell, General Electric, Microsoft, and Monsanto, this book provides specific and powerful theories for leadership, marketing, and stockholder communication. Best practice limitations are also revealed in the cases of IBM, the Bumper Works, and Asea Brown and Boveri, wh...(Read More)
 
 
Excellence in Communicating Organizational Strategy
Excellence in Communicating Organizational Strategy (July 2001)
Donald P. Cushman - Editor
Sarah Sanderson King - Editor

Essays on how organizations effectively communicate strategy to optimize performance.

Effectively communicating an organization's strategy is at the heart of achieving high performance. Organizational strategy manifests itself in different ways, employing differing tactics at the competitive, crisis, marketing, research and development, manufacturing, training, management, and leadership levels. This book explores each of these proces...(Read More)
 
 
Transitions to Competitive Government
Transitions to Competitive Government (September 2000)
Speed, Consensus, and Performance
Ronald B. Cullen - Author
Donald P. Cushman - Author

Describes how private-sector management strategies can help governments obtain greater access to global resources, create more jobs, and provide better social services to their citizens.

Transitions to Competitive Government demonstrates how government can add value to a region, a nation, a state, its citizens, and their social values through speed, consensus, and performance. It does this in three stages. First, it shows compet...(Read More)
 
 
Continuously Improving an Organization's Performance
Continuously Improving an Organization's Performance (May 1997)
High-Speed Management
Donald P. Cushman - Author
Sarah Sanderson King - Author

This practical guide for managers demonstrates when, where, and how to implement significant organizational change through teamwork.

This practical hands-on tool kit for managers demonstrates when, where, and how to implement significant organizational change through teamwork. The use of self-managed, cross-functional, benchmarking, and outside linking teams by high performance firms are employed in a case study format....(Read More)
 
 
Lessons From the Recession
Lessons From the Recession (April 1997)
A Management and Communication Perspective
Sarah Sanderson King - Editor
Donald P. Cushman - Editor

Explores the differential effects of recession on public and private sector organizations in America, Europe, and Asia.

"This is a unique text that not only discusses problems of recession, but also analyzes its impacts on industrial/organizational stability. It provides very useful answers on how to prevent recession from happening, and also on how to deal with it successfully if and whenever it occurs. Of particular ...(Read More)
 
 
Winning
Winning (September 1995)
Continuous Improvement Theory in High Performance Organizations
Krysztof Obloj - Author
Donald P. Cushman - Author
Andrzej Kozminski - Author

This book shows how organizational frame-breaking changes can be used in order for an organization to learn from its own experience and continually improve.
"This book introduces an exciting new concept of management theory that combines several individualized concepts which have been presented in recent years as the basis of management theories by themselves. The value of the blending of these theories is amply demonstrated by a great va...(Read More)
 
 
Watershed Research Traditions in Human Communication Theory
Watershed Research Traditions in Human Communication Theory (August 1995)
Donald P. Cushman - Editor
Branislav Kovacic - Editor

Focuses on and presents watershed research traditions in human communication (interpersonal, organizational, and mass communication).

"This book's unique contribution is that each communication theory presented for discussion is examined at three levels--philosophical, theoretical, and practical. The approach has made it possible for the authors to reveal some of the hidden dimensions of each theory examined. It's going ...(Read More)
 
 
Communication and High-Speed Management
Communication and High-Speed Management (August 1995)
Donald P. Cushman - Author
Sarah Sanderson King - Author

This book provides a new understanding of the role communication plays in integrating, controlling, and coordinating high performance organizations.

"It is a major contribution to our discipline's body of knowledge, perhaps the most significant, original theoretical development in organizational communication in 25 years.

"Given the intense international competition now faced by virtually all manufa...(Read More)
 
 
Communicating Organizational Change
Communicating Organizational Change (July 1995)
A Management Perspective
Donald P. Cushman - Editor
Sarah Sanderson King - Editor

This book is a practical and theoretical discussion of how to effectively communicate organizational change to management, employees, stockholders, and customers.

Rapid and volatile organizational change is one of the most profound characteristics of our time. How to communicate the need for and the direction of change to stockholders, employees, customers, and management is the subject of this book.