Publisher: Amacom, 2002, 286 pages
With the business landscape changing more rapidly than ever before, organizations of every stripe face a myriad of restructuring issues. Whether addressing financial, technological, or marketplace needs, 21st century companies must be able to realign their capital and human resources with minimum disruption and maximum impact. Based on Jay Galbraith's world-renowned approach to organizational design, and featuring a broad selection of practical tips and ready-to-use tools developed by Diane Downey and Amy Kates, Designing Dynamic Organizations gives business leaders at all levels everything they need to implement positive, progressive change.
A really nice and practical book. It is always a pleasure to read books that takes a practical approach but at the same time doesn't loose the theory. Granted, the process may have to be modified due to different circumstances, but I don't see that as distracting from the value of this book.
A valuable book to have read if you plan to or work in OD or HR.