Based on the results of the five-year Evergreen Project, the authors find that corporate success requires the mastery of six management practices. Four are mandatory – focused strategy, flawless execution, performance-based culture, and flat organizations. The final two may be chosen from a set of four secondary practices – workforce development, committed leadership, continuous innovation, or partnering.
Authors: Bruce Roberson, Nitin Nohria, William F. Joyce
Subjects: Management, Organizational Behavior