If organizations are ‘systems for getting work done,’ processes provide a fine-grained description of the means.
Content: Quotation | Author: David Garvin | Source: Harvard Business Review | Subjects: Management, Organizational Behavior
Charting a new course for B-schools and MBAs.
Content: Prospective MBA Content | Authors: David Garvin, Matthew Budman, Srikant Datar | Source: The Conference Board Review | Subject: About the MBA Degree
David Garvin, Harvard Business School professor, explains why business education is at a crossroads. He is the coauthor of Rethinking the MBA: Business Education at a Crossroads.
Content: Multimedia Content | Author: David Garvin | Source: Harvard Business Review | Subject: MBA Related
An environment that supports learning has four distinguishing characteristics: psychological safety, appreciation of differences, openness to new ideas, time for reflection.
Content: Quotation | Authors: Amy Edmondson, David Garvin | Source: BNET | Subjects: Learning, Organizational Behavior
This online diagnostic tool is part of a Harvard Business Review package on organizational learning aimed at helping you judge your own organization’s learning capabilities. It will help you answer key questions, including: To what extent is your unit functioning as a learning organization? and what are the relationships among the factors that affect learning in your unit?
Content: Online Resource | Authors: Amy Edmondson, David Garvin | Source: Harvard Business School (HBS) | Subjects: Knowledge Management, Management, Organizational Behavior
Many corporate change efforts are greeted with rolling eyes from employees. Harvard Business School professors David Garvin and Rosabeth Moss Kanter help identify the keys to a successful company transformation.
Content: Article | Authors: David Garvin, Nick Morgan, Rosabeth Moss Kanter | Source: Harvard Business School (HBS) Working Knowledge | Subject: Change Management