Table of contents for Business not as usual : rethinking our individual, corporate, and industrial strategies for global competition / Ian I. Mitroff, in collaboration with Susan A. Mohrman and Geoffrey Little.


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PrefaceThe AuthorPrincipal Collaborators
Part One:  The End of "Business as Usual"
1.  Unmistakable Signals:  Something Dramatically Different is Happening Out There
2.  The Slack is Gone:  How We Lost Our Competitive Edge
Part Two:  New Ways of Thinking, Organizing, and Managing in a Competitive World
3.  Thinking Beyond Competitive Strategies:  Consider the Extraordinary
4.  Building the Organization of the Future Now
5.  Correcting Tunnel-Vision Thinking and Facing the Threats to Our Long-Term Industrial Survival
6.  Organizing at the National Level for More Effective Global Competitiveness
7.  An American National Industrial Policy:  A Cultural and Political Oxymoran?
Part Three:  New Thinking for Complex Times
8.  The New Logic of the Global Economy:  When Less Can Be More and More Can Be Less
9.  The Global Challenge:  Designing and Implementing a New Public Policy
10.  Epilogue:  The World as a Garden:  A Global Metaphor 
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Industrial management United States, Organizational change United States, Industrial organization United States, Competition, International