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About the author:
Dr Richard Gibbs and Dr Andrew Humphries write, lecture and consult on how firms can improve their competitive positions by improving the performance and effectiveness of their partnerships.
The basis of their work is independent academic and practioner research, exploring and uncovering the dynamics and drivers of supply chain relationships, marketing channels and strategic alliances.
For more details of their work go to www.gibbshumphries.org.
The contributing authors offer extensive experience of their specialist area of partnering and collaboration and represent a world class "panel of experts".
Creating High Performance Partnerships and Alliances
Andrew Humphries, Richard Gibbs
Tim Barnsley, Tim Cummins, Andrew Downard, Graham Haines, David Hawkins, Peter Hunter, Anthony Kesten, Chris Markey
In their second book Gibbs and Humphries look at how the need for constant organisational improvements and the increase in partnering come together in what they describe as Collaborative Change.
This book describes the underlying concepts and models that can be applied, and critically draws heavily on personal experience to shed light on how effective change can be executed through high performing partnerships. This 'experience' is related in many case topical studies which include war-fighting in Iraq, team management on a husky sledge and operating global, virtual teams in the British Civil Service.
Contributing authors include: Tim Barnsley, Tim Cummins, Andrew Downard, Graham Haines, Peter Hunter, David Hawkins, Anthony Kesten and Chris Markey.
- Publication Date:
- 1453816089 / 9781453816080
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6.14" x 9.21"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Management / General