Even as nation states such as India are being opened up to global transactions and influence, it is widely accepted that the capability to organise effectively needs to be developed indigenously, keeping in mind cultural nuances. Recognising this, this timely book brings together the latest thinking and practice in the area of organisational design and practice in India. Written by some of India's foremost practitioners and scholars, the 20 original essays comprising this volume focus on the issues and challenges faced by organisations in various sectors of the economy. They provide insights into the contextual and cultural influences that need to be kept in mind while designing and developing Indian organisations. Included in the volume are pertinent case studies that illustrate both organisation development in practice and the management of change. This timely book brings together the latest thinking and practice in the area of organisational design and practice in India.
|Publication date:||14th November 2001|
|Author:||Anup K. Singh|
|Publisher:||SAGE Publications Inc|
|Categories:||Ownership & organization of enterprises,|
Rajen K. Gupta has a first degree in Electrical Engineering from IIT Kanpur and is a Fellow of the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad. He used action research and quasi-ethnography approach for his doctoral dissertation. He has worked in the State Bank of India and Jyoti Ltd before moving to IIM Lucknow as a faculty member. Currently, he is Senior Professor at the Management Development Institute (MDI), Gurgaon. He teaches qualitative research paper in doctoral programme and has been guiding students in using qualitative research for over 15 years. He is an active researcher. The main domains of consulting are ...More About Anup K. Singh