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Lead, decide, work together: Why lateral management is the answer to the digitization of the economy
In the coming years, digitalization will change the economy and society just as dramatically as electrification did a hundred years ago - with far-reaching consequences for companies, managers and people. Many simple tasks are already performed by machines today. Digitization is not only changing production, but also products, sales structures, marketing and markets. It changes the way we work and how we live. While leadership and collaboration were organized hierarchically in the 20th century, the digital future will be shaped by lateral management - through leadership at eye level.
Roland Geschwill and Martina Nieswandt analyze what this can mean for us and our working world in the future, but also show what opportunities the process of digitization offers companies, people and managers: the chance for more freedom, more individuality, more exciting jobs, more creativity and more innovative strength. The second edition has been completely revised and expanded.
Dr. Roland Geschwill has been advising managers since 1986 and is co-founder of the think tank for managers. At Springer Gabler he appears among others The rhythm of innovation. What managers and companies can learn from jazz musicians and other artists and EdTech in companies. Learning as the key to innovation and growth in the age of digitization.
Dr. Martina Nieswandt is the managing director and co-founder of the think tank for managers. She leads several projects on lateral management. She published Almost cultural change. The Role and Influence of Middle Management at Palgrave MacMillan and EdTech in companies. Learning as the key to innovation and growth in the age of digitization at Springer Gabler.
Authors and affiliations
- Roland Geschwill
- Martina Nieswandt
- 1. Thinking workshop for managersMannheimGermany
- 2. Thinking workshop for managersMannheimGermany
About the authors
Dr. Roland Geschwill has been advising managers since 1986 and is co-founder of the think tank for managers. At Springer Gabler he appears among others The rhythm of innovation. What managers and companies can learn from jazz musicians and other artists.
Dr. Martina Nieswandt is the managing director and co-founder of the think tank for managers. She leads several projects on lateral management. Her book was last published Almost cultural change. The Role and Influence of Middle Management at Palgrave MacMillan.
- Book TitleLateral Management
- Book SubtitleThe principle of success for companies in the digital age
- AuthorsRoland Geschwill
- DOIhttps: //doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-27735-2
- Copyright InformationSpringer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, part of Springer Nature2020
- Publisher NameSpringer, Wiesbaden
- eBook Packages Business and Economics (German Language)
- Hardcover ISBN978-3-658-27734-5
- eBook ISBN978-3-658-27735-2
- Edition Number2
- Number of PagesXXVII, 237
- Number of Illustrations14 b / w illustrations, 0 illustrations in color
- TopicsPopular Science in Economics
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