Organization Development by BAISHAM CHATTERJEE
Developing the processes and resources for high-tech businesses

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This book looks at understanding how to correlate these created resources in a sequence, so that any modern highly creative business with around 100-1500 or more employees understand how they should grow and profit from it. The market exists in a highly competitive environment and so I used ideas like competitive benchmarking, vision, modern analysis of core competence, best practices, transformation and few other ideas that fit together to reduce any organizational gap. I included ideas which people didn’t think of earlier in the organization development perspective and created a sequence of highly interesting ideas and modern developments with which I suggest modern research and developments have to offer for the best results of a business. This book is more of a book on innovation bringing together a lot of research ideas on analytic hierarchy, balanced scorecard and benchmarking, and consists of 16 chapters where data has been collected from journals at MCB university press. It is a very good book for understanding how to make the internal processes more advanced for a business and understand utilizing other resources which were not co-related to organization development earlier thus making it an integral part of organization development.
 

About BAISHAM CHATTERJEE

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The author has written 2 books on strategy and innovation at iUniverse and has completed many projects on organization development, strategy, marketing. He has 37 research findings at Ivey Business Journal and is researching ideas that would help earn more knowledge For The future.
 
Published June 10, 2011 by iUniverse. 268 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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