Today, most organizations are based on a “command and control” management philosophy assuming that people need to be individually stimulated and directed in order to cooperate. That management philosophy tends to fragmentize our organizations and reduce people at work to human resources.
But as human beings, cooperation is in our very nature and doing what we experience as meaningful energizes us. If we build on those facts, organizations can be both effective and human. This way of working can be achieved if we get better at creating collective gestalts, at accepting our mutual interdependencies and at handling the dilemmas of work and life together.
Gestalt Methodology and Gestalt Management support that way of regarding people at work.
Lars has been published on the subject of Project Management (Organizing Projects, (2001) published by Fakta Info Direkt) and has researched and developed a unique approach towards project and team working based on four interaction skills. Lars worked for 20 years for Ericsson as a systems engineer, project manager, general manager for the airborne radar systems department, and as Director of External and Internal Information for Ericsson Radar Electronics AB.
He consults primarily to large private sector Corporations and Swedish national and regional agencies, and is on the teaching faculty of Swedish academies. He is particularly focussed on integrating human creativity and capability into project management processes.
- Broché: 156 pages
- Editeur : Books on Demand
- Langue : Anglais
- ISBN-10: 9175698749
- ISBN-13: 978-9175698748