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Evolve! : Succeeding in the Digital Culture of Tomorrow


Rosabeth Moss Kanter



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Format: Hardcover, 304pp.
ISBN: 9781578514397
Publisher: Harvard Business School Press
Pub. Date: February 2001

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People and organizations at every stage of Internet sophistication face the same burning question: How should they change in order to succeed in a digital world?

Renowned thinker and business trailblazer Rosabeth Moss Kanter says answers will be found not in cyberspace but on the ground, where real people connect, collaborate, and form thriving human communities. In this eye-opening book, Kanter explores what she calls "e-culture"—a new way of living and working that will transform every aspect of today's organizations.
Kanter argues that networks of relationships, not just new technologies, permit speed and seamlessness, encourage creativity and collaboration, and release energy and brainpower-the "soul" of e-business. And every organization-from dotcoms to dotcom-enablers (technology and service providers) to wannadots (traditional companies struggling to embrace the Web)—must learn to build and foster them.

Based on a landmark project with rare on-site access, over 300 interviews, and a 785-company global survey, Evolve! provides a hands-on blueprint for adopting the core principles of e-culture: treat strategy as improvisational theater; nurture networks of partners; reconstruct organizations as online and offline "communities"; and attract and retain top talent.

With colorful and memorable stories, Kanter illuminates vast differences between older, more conservative companies and aggressive, born-digital dotcoms. She takes us deep inside evolving organizations-including IBM, eBay, Reuters, Sun Microsystems, Razorfish, Abuzz, Barnesandnoble.com, Williams-Sonoma, and pioneering public schools-to provide best practices from e-culture pacesetters and cautionary lessons from Internet laggards. Defining the skills leaders need to master change, she reveals how dotcoms and dotcom-enablers can grow fast while crafting a great culture, and how wannadots can benefit by becoming Web-enabled.

For anyone who wants to realize the potential and avoid the pitfalls of the Internet age, this pathbreaking book identifies and analyzes the emergence of e-culture-and provides a lively, roll-up-your-sleeves guide to profiting from tomorrow.
 

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Rosabeth Moss Kanter is the Ernest L. Arbuckle Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. She has been named one of the "50 Most Powerful Women in the World" by The Times of London, and is the author of several bestselling books.

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Introduction: The New Economy Lobotomy
Part OneSearching, Searching: The Challenge of Change
1Online Communities and Offline Challenges: How the Internet Affects All of Us
2Alice in Tomorrowland: Will the Young Lead the Way?
3Lipstick on a Bulldog: Why Cosmetic Change Doesn't Work
Part TwoIn the Green: The Essence of E-Effectiveness
4Waves of Raves: Strategy as Improvisational Theater
5Connecting the Dots: Nurturing Networks of Partners
6From Cells to Communities: Deconstructing and Reconstructing the Organization
7People.com: Winning the Talent Wars
Part ThreeMorphing: Leading Fundamental Change at Internet Speed
8On Track to Tomorrow: Getting Change Rolling
9Leadership for Change: New Challenges and Enduring Skills
10Changing Ourselves: Human Skills and Social Evolution
Appendix A Cast of Characters: Company Descriptions
Appendix B Selected Survey Findings: The Global E-Culture Survey
Notes
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