The Living Company: Growth Learning and Longevity in Business
by Arie De Geus
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The average life span of a Fortune 500 company is less than half a century, yet there also are corporations around the world that have been in business for 200, 500, even 700 years. Arie de Geus, a retired Royal Dutch/Shell Group executive, maintains after studying both extremes that the most enduring treat their businesses as "living work communities" rather than pure economic machines. The Living Company: Growth, Learning and Longevity in Business persuasively outlines his resultant prescription for organisational longevity. --Amazon.com
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