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Meetmanagement volgens Robert Kaplan & David Nor
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What you measure is what you get.

Robert Kaplan & David Norton

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Strategie volgens Jules Goddard
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Strategy is the skill of staying one step ahead of the need to be [cost] efficient.

Jules Goddard

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Overbodige bureaucratie volgens Jim Collins
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The purpose of bureaucracy is to compensate for incompetence and lack of discipline – a problem that largely goes away if you have the right people in the first place.

Jim Collins

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Paradigmatisch veranderen volgens Stephen Covey
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Voor kleine veranderingen in ons gedrag volstaat een pragmatische aanpak, maar echte veranderingen brengen we alleen tot stand wanneer we ons richten op onze paradigma’s.

Stephen Covey

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Storytelling volgens William Zinser
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All your clear and pleasing sentences will fall apart if you don't keep remembering that writing is lineair and sequential, that logic is the glue that holds it together, that tension must be maintained from one sentence to the next and from one paragraph to the next and from one section to the next, and that narrative - good old-fashioned storytelling - what should pull your readers along without their noticing the tug.

William Zinsser

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Mismanagement volgens William Edwards Deming
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The ranking of people indicates abdication of management.

William Edwards Deming

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Strategie als simpele regel(s) volgens Sull & Eisenhardt
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[W]hat are the sources of competitive advantage in high-velocity markets? ... The secret ... is strategy as simple rules. ... [R]ecognize the need for a few strategic processes and a few simple rules to guide them through the chaos. (...) In strategy as simple rules ... advantage comes from succesfully seizing fleeting opportunities.

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Rather than picking a position or leveraging a competence, managers should select a few strategic processes. Rather than responding to a complicated world with elaborate stategies, they should craft a handful of simple rules. Rather than avoiding uncertainty, they should jump in.

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The simple rules provide the guidelines within which managers can pursue opportunities. Strategy, then consists of the unique set of strategically significan processes and the handful of simple rules that guide them.

Donald N. Sull & Kathleen M. Eisenhardt

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Simpele strategie volgens Donald N. Sull & Kathleen M. Eisenhardt
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Whent the business landscape was simple, companies could afford to have complex strategie, But now that business is so complex, they need to simplify.

Donald N. Sull & Kathleen M. Eisenhardt

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Verandermanagement volgens William Edwards Deming
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The most important figures that one needs for management are unknown or unknowable.

William Edwards Deming

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Strategie volgens Donald N. Sull & Kathleen M. Eisenhardt
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Any strategy is more effective if employees have straightforward guidelines for making critical decisions

Donald N. Sull & Kathleen M. Eisenhardt

Laatst aangepast op vrijdag, 03 april 2015 14:42  
Het grote graaien volgens Peter Drucker
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Laatst aangepast op maandag, 20 april 2015 19:10  
(Mis)management by results volgens William E. Deming
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Certainly we want good results, but management by results is not the way to get good results … work on the causes of results.

William Edwards Deming

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 19 april 2015 10:58  
Organiseren volgens Peter F. Drucker
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build achieving organizations peter drucker

Laatst aangepast op vrijdag, 03 april 2015 15:09  
Management by demotivation volgens Don Gray
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If managers didn’t demotivate employees, they wouldn’t have to look for ways to motivate them.

Don Gray


Laatst aangepast op vrijdag, 03 april 2015 14:32  
Work is a process volgens Peter F. Drucker
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Laatst aangepast op donderdag, 26 maart 2015 20:39  
Management by verspilling volgens William E. Deming
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The present style of management is the biggest producer of waste, causing huge losses, whose magnitudes can not be evaluated, can not be measured.

William Edwards Deming

Laatst aangepast op vrijdag, 03 april 2015 09:27  
Verandermanagement volgens William Edwards Deming
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Ninety-five per cent of changes made by management today make no improvement.

William Edwards Deming

Laatst aangepast op vrijdag, 03 april 2015 14:35  
Gemeenschapszin volgens Seely Brown
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Communities of practice are groups of people whose interdependent practice binds them into a collective of shared knowledge and common identity. [...] When people work this way, barriers and boundaries between people and what they do are often insubstantial or irrelevant, since a collective endeavor holds people together.

Seely Brown

Laatst aangepast op woensdag, 11 februari 2015 18:46  
Rijnlands volgens Sheilagh Ogilvie
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Guilds [were] social networks that generated beneficial social capital by sustaining shared norms, punishing violators of these norms, effectively transmitting information, and successfully undertaking collective action.

Sheilagh Ogilvie

Laatst aangepast op woensdag, 11 februari 2015 18:44  
Leren volgens Patrick Hoverstadt
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The purpose of training is to reduce variety, to get a group of people tackling tasks in the same way; so training reduces variety. The purpose of learning is the exact opposite. Learning increases the individual’s capacity to respond to different situations; it increases variety.

Patrick Hoverstadt

Laatst aangepast op woensdag, 11 februari 2015 18:41  
Systeemdenken met Stephen Covey
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systeem stephen covey system

Meestal is het systeem het probleem en niet de mensen. Als je een slecht systeem oplegt aan goede mensen, krijg je slechte resultaten. De bloemen die je wilt laten groeien, moet je water geven.

Stephen Covey

 

Laatst aangepast op zaterdag, 21 februari 2015 06:52  
Organisaties volgens Peter Senge
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It may seem a bit odd to talk about “who” an organization is, or what an organization “stands for,” but it is not odd if you look at it as a human community. As a community, the organization came into being because there were enough people who cared about something to pursue it together.

Peter Senge

Laatst aangepast op woensdag, 11 februari 2015 18:28  
Management (3.0) volgens Jurgen Appelo
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We can only improve worker hapiness when everyone feels responsible for management and learns to manage the system instead of managing each other.

Jurgen Appelo

Laatst aangepast op donderdag, 05 februari 2015 22:19  
Prestatiemanagement volgens Jurgen Appelo
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Before you try to measure someone else's performance, please explain how you measure your own.

Jurgen Appelo

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 07 december 2014 13:28  
Menselijk management volgens Jurgen Appelo
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Treating employees like adult human beings might be common sense, but it is not common practice.

Jurgen Appelo

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 07 december 2014 13:26  
Schaalbare organisaties volgens Jurgen Appelo
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Scaling is only dificult when you grow your organization like a tower instead of a city.

Jurgen Appelo

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Management volgens Jurgen Appelo
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The job of management is not to select the best ideas; it is to create a system that allows for the best ideas to emerge.

Jurgen Appelo

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 07 december 2014 13:20  
Variatie volgens William Edwards Deming
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There will always be variation between people, in output, in service, and in product. What is the variation trying to tell us about a process, and about the people who work in it? Management requires knowledge about interaction of forces. Interaction may reinforce efforts or nullify efforts. Management of people requires knowledge of the effect of the system on the performance of people.

William Edwards Deming

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 30 november 2014 19:17  
Waardevolle ideeën volgens Thomas Edison
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The value of an idea lies in the using of it.

Thomas Edison

Laatst aangepast op vrijdag, 14 november 2014 19:47  
Agile volgens Eric Schmidt
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The problem is, most companies today are run to minimize risk, not to maximize freedom and speed.
Things are changing so fast, that any thorough, MBA-style business plan is guaranteed to be wrong in some important way.

Eric Schmidt

Laatst aangepast op vrijdag, 14 november 2014 19:36  
Cultuur volgens Tony Hsieh
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Get the culture right and everything else just falls into place.

Tony Hsieh

Laatst aangepast op vrijdag, 14 november 2014 19:33  
Communicatie volgens Eric Schmidt
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Communication is as important as decision making, and like decision-making it is something that most leader think they are good at.
They are mostly wrong.

Eric Schmidt

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 19 oktober 2014 15:28  
Innovatie ('business nirvana') volgens Eric Schmidt
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eric schmidt innovatie

But remember, the CEO needs to be the CIO (Chief Innovation Officer). Innovation can't be owned or ordained, it needs to be allowed. You can't tell innovative people to be innovative, but you can let them.

Eric Schmidt

Laatst aangepast op zaterdag, 18 oktober 2014 09:31  
Werving & selectie volgens Peter Schutz
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Hire character. Train skill.

Peter Schutz

Laatst aangepast op zaterdag, 06 september 2014 06:44  
Complexiteit volgen Tom Peters & Robert H. Waterman
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Veel bedrijven hebben een misplaatst geloof in planning, onvoldoende begrip voor de onsystematische aard van het innovatieproces, een overdreven vertrouwen in grootschaligheid en een volledig gebrek aan inzicht in de werking van georganiseerde chaos en de cumulatieve waarde van veel kleine successen.

Tom Peters, Robert H. Waterman (In Search of Excellence)

Laatst aangepast op woensdag, 23 juli 2014 19:06  
Hiërarchie volgens Donella H. Meadows
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The original purpose of a hierarchy is always to help its originating subsystems do their jobs better.

Donella H. Meadows

Laatst aangepast op woensdag, 23 juli 2014 19:03  
Organisatieleren volgens Chris Agryris
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Organisatieleren is het proces van ontdekken en herstellen van fouten in de organisatie.

Chris Argyris

Laatst aangepast op woensdag, 23 juli 2014 18:43  
Efficiënte processen volgens Nicholas Hartman
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The most efficient process is the one that you can avoid.

Nicholas Hartman

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 06 juli 2014 07:18  
Slechte softwareontwikkeling volgens Barry Boehm
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Poor management can increase software costs more rapidly than any other factor.

Barry Boehm

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 08 juni 2014 07:45  
Prestatiebeoordeling volgens W. Edwards Deming
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Evaluation of performance, merit rating, or annual review… The idea of a merit rating is alluring. the sound of the words captivates the imagination: pay for what you get; get what you pay for; motivate people to do their best, for their own good. The effect is exactly the opposite of what the words promise.

W. Edwards Deming

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 08 juni 2014 07:40  
Softwareontwikkeling volgens Jerry Weinberg
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Whenever I suggest stepping back, easing up, laughing a little at ourselves, and going outside our own field, somebody objects, saying, "But software is different. We have to work harder, concentrate more, because nothing is as complex as software." Well, of course software is different, and more complex than anything people have ever before attempted to engineer. But that's why we have to loosen our structure, not tighten them. That's why we must learn from any place we can, any way we can.

Jerry Weinberg

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 08 juni 2014 07:38  
Systeemdenken volgens W. Edwards Deming
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The fact is that the system that people work in and the interaction with people may account for 90 or 95 percent of performance.

W. Edwards Deming

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 08 juni 2014 07:36  
Problemen oplossen volgens Peter Scholtes
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Conventional problem-solving would ask such questions as: Whose area is this? Who is supposed to replace worn gaskets? We don’t ask “why,” we ask “who.” We don’t look for causes in the system, we look for culprits in the work force. Performance appraisal is a “who-based” approach to problem-solving.

Peter Scholtes

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 08 juni 2014 07:35  
Gemba walks volgens W. Edwards Deming
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To learn about factory floor problems, for example, you have to talk to people— and I don’t mean by just walking around. Somebody once described good management as management by walking around. Well, it helps to walk around a bit, but you do not learn about the real problems that way. When you are just wandering around, everything looks rosy. The only way to find out about problems is by talking to workers in a group setting. Just ask questions. Start off by asking, “What robs you of your pride of workmanship?” They will tell you.

W. Edwards Deming

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 08 juni 2014 07:52  
Continu verbeteren volgens W. Edwards Deming
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Of course, when you talk about improvement of processes, you must include improvement of people. If management truly understood the concept of continual improvement, they would give their people every opportunity to learn and improve— and a chance to make contributions to the company. Organizations can no longer afford to just have good people— today, they need people who are improving continually.

W. Edwards Deming

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 08 juni 2014 07:11  
Verontrustende veronderstellingen volgens Gerald M. Weinberg
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I've learned over two decades that the number-one problem of both analysts and programmers - as well as their managers - is that they assume too much.

Gerald M. Weinberg,

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 08 juni 2014 07:10  
Mismanagement volgens Stephen Covey
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If you put good people in bad systems, you get bad results.

Stephen Covey

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 18 mei 2014 07:03  
Verbeteren volgens Daniel Quinn
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It’s a waste of time to try to make a dysfunctional design work by improving its parts.

Daniel Quinn

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 18 mei 2014 05:36  
Gekooide mensen volgens Ricardo Semler
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Als mensen zich als dieren in een kooi gedragen, ligt het aan de kooi en niet aan de mensen.

Ricardo Semler

Laatst aangepast op zondag, 18 mei 2014 05:34  
Management volgens Yves Morieux
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yves morieux

This is your battle, business leaders. The real battle is not against competitors. This is rubbish, very abstract. When do we meet competitors to fight them? The real battle is against ourselves, against our bureaucracy, our complicatedness. Only you can fight, can do it.

Yves Morieux

Laatst aangepast op maandag, 28 april 2014 19:40  
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