The increasing globalization, the battle for talents, and global trends are changing the work patterns in organisations around the...
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The increasing globalization, the battle for talents, and global trends are changing the work patterns in organisations around the globe. Enterprises are working across country and cultural borders alongside complex supply and demand networks. Global incidents such as the financial crisis in 2008 and the recent COVID-19 pandemic have forced global organizations to find innovative ways to continue to connect globally and maintain a competitive advantage. Therefore, innovative enterprises have established global and virtual organisations including members of the value chain on supply and demand side. This book outlines these new work and leadership styles, and agile organisations, which are necessary to work virtually and globally. It provides case studies and experiences from different global organizations in different industries and sectors with a focus on value-adding processes and services.
Outlines virtual work and leadership styles and agile organizations Offers insights from global crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic Features case and industry examples from different regions and sectors Autorentext Marc Helmold is Professor at the iubh International University (IUBH) at the campus in Berlin, Germany. He teaches Bachelor, Master and M.B.A. students in lean management, (total) revenue management, negotiations in the international context, performance management, supply management, general management, strategic management and supply chain management. Prior to this position he had several top management positions in automotive and railway companies. In parallel he owns the consultancy MaHeLeanCon and supports international transactions and market entry strategies. Inhalt Chapter 1: Introduction to the New Work Concept.- Chapter 2: New Work as an Opportunity for Performance Excellence.- Chapter 3: Change Management as the Trigger for New Work.- Chapter 4: Culture Change towards New Work Concepts.- Chapter 5: Virtual and Global Networks.- Chapter 6: Transformational Leadership in New Work Organisations.- Chapter 7: New Office Concepts in the post COVID-19 Times.- Chapter 8: Managing New Work through Emotional Intelligence (EI).- Chapter 9: Innovation Management as a Driver for changing Work Styles.- Chapter 10: Diversity and New Work Teams.- Chapter 11: Artificial Intelligence (AI) as Impulse for New Work.- Chapter 12: Lean Management and New Work Concepts.- Chapter 13: New Work and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).- Chapter 14: New Work in Education and Teaching.- Chapter 15: New Work in the Automotive Industry.- Chapter 16: New Work in Health Sector.- Chapter 17: New Work and its Impact on Public Procurement and Global Supply Chains.- Chapter 18: Outlook of New Work 2030.- Glossary.- Index.