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by Gifford Pinchot,Elizabeth Pinchot

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Gifford Pinchot,Elizabeth Pinchot
ISBN: 1881052346
ISBN13: 978-1881052340
Language: English
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers; 1st edition (January 1, 1993)
Pages: 399
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The Pinchots describe effective organizations that fully utilize the intelligence of all employees, not just . Gifford and Elizabeth Pinchot raised that question in their heralded 1993 book and provided the following answer: Not willingly and not for long

The Pinchots describe effective organizations that fully utilize the intelligence of all employees, not just those at the to. Gifford and Elizabeth Pinchot raised that question in their heralded 1993 book and provided the following answer: Not willingly and not for long. The Pinchots were among the first management scholars to predict the demise of the military-style command structure, along with its inherent secrecy and Machiavellian political sniping.

Gifford Pinchot III (born December 29, 1942) is an American entrepreneur, author, inventor, and President of Pinchot & Company.

Gifford Pinchot, Elizabeth Pinchot. Gifford and Elizabeth Pinchot confront head-on the key organizational issues that are threatening the very existence of today's corporations. This book shows how to replace bureaucracy with more humane and effective systems for organizing and coordinating work.

The seven essentials of organizational intelligence include widespread truth and rights; freedom of enterprise, liberated teams, equality and diversity, voluntary learning networks, democratic self-rule, and limited corporate government. It was this book, and the very strong applause that the author received from all those attending OSS ’96, that caused me to realize that the .

Gifford and Elizabeth Pinchot raised that question in their heralded 1993 book and provided the following answer . The Much-Anticipated End of Bureaucracy. Bureaucratic systems, of both the government and corporate variety, are an ineffective and dying breed.

Gifford and Elizabeth Pinchot raised that question in their heralded 1993 book and provided the following answer: Not willingly and not for long. Bureaucracies were probably great for landowners and serfs, but they are sorely lacking in an age of information and speed.

Gifford and Elizabeth Pinchot confront head-on the key organizational issues that are threatening the very existence of. .Originally published in hardcover as The End of Bureaucracy and the Rise of the Intelligent Organization.

Gifford and Elizabeth Pinchot confront head-on the key organizational issues that are threatening the very existence of today's corporations. The Pinchots describe "intelligent organizations" that make full use of the intelligence of all employees.

Everyone complains about bureaucracy--this book shows what can be done to replace it with more humane and effective systems of organization. The Pinchots describe effective organizations that fully utilize the intelligence of all employees, not just those at the top.
Comments to eBook End of Bureaucracy and the Rise of the Intelligent Organization
Anasius
I first read this book about ten years ago, when I was stuck in a large, bureaucratic organization. It was like having the lights turned off for the first time. There is a different way to run things: an entrepreneurial way, that breaks down barriers and enables people in big organizations to accomplish more and have more satisfaction doing it.

Although it would be challenging to put fully into practice all of the principles in The Intelligent Organization without high-level management buy-in, it is possible to adopt individual principles. For the last ten years, I've treated my job and the people around me the way I would in a startup. The result is that we've been able to implement one innovation after another, helping the company make more money, feeling satisfied in our jobs, and being highly regarded by our managers.

I'd recommend this book for individuals, managers, and executive level leaders.

Gifford and Libba Pinchot, the authors, have since gone on to found Bainbridge Graduate Institute, a ground-breaking MBA program in Seattle. By reading this, you're getting insights into the minds of two brilliant business leaders.
Zololmaran
Very awesome book.

I'm an agile change management consultant. Before businesses learned about 'agile', the Pinchot's put out this book.

Very inspiring case studies. Thorough model - radical suggestions for how to get rid of the bureaucracy in a large organization.
Ironrunner
The Intelligent Organization porvides agencies with a tool that they can use to make their organization more innovative, efficient and cost effective. The USDA Forest Service used the intraprenurial model described by Mr. and Mrs. Pinchot to create an Enterprise Program that has, according to the 2005 Pandolfi Report, made employees participating in this program 1.8 times as productive as the average agency employee. I would recommend this book to executives in government agencies and corporate business who wish to increase the creativity and innovation within their organization.
Uanabimo
How can citizens of a society that exalts freedom consent to spend the majority of their lives laboring within organizations that are hierarchical, slow-moving and dictatorial? Gifford and Elizabeth Pinchot raised that question in their heralded 1993 book and provided the following answer: Not willingly and not for long. The Pinchots were among the first management scholars to predict the demise of the military-style command structure, along with its inherent secrecy and Machiavellian political sniping. Although a slew of books devoted to the same theme have been published since, none have done a better job at explaining the potential of informed and engaged employees who don't fear their bosses too much to take decisive action. We [...] strongly recommend this book, which brims with meticulous case histories showing how teams, employee-owned companies and internal free-market competition have transformed organizations. (In fact, the Pinchots coined the term "intraprenuership" to describe this process.) While you might not be convinced that a company run by consensus can ever compete with one run by The Prince, this book gives you hope that it can.
Landamath
The Intelligent Organization is a groundbreaking book that catalyzed the reinvention of the Forest Service. Using what we learned in this book we increased our productivity in a variety of areas 1.8 times while radically increasing employee satisfaction. If you want to reduce bureaucracy and increase innovation and productivity, this book has the answers.

John Phipps
Associate Deputy Chief, State & Private Forestry
US Forest Sevice
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