|Publications in German Language|
International Journal Corporate Governance and Ethics
|Co-Creative Commerce (MS-Word .doc)
Plug-n-Partnering through "Web Services" is enabling the shift from the FROWN to the SMILE.
© 2001 Arun Gairola and Charles Savage
|Knowledge and Trust
Now we discover there are no limits to the number of ideas we can generate and combine.
© 1998 New World Magazine, 2/98
|Agility and the New Business Rules
What indeed are the new rules, the new assumptions, and the new values that will provide the context for economic activity in the next century?
©1997 John Wiley & Sons, Agility & Global Competition, Vol. 1, No. 4, 10-13
|The Dawn of the Knowledge Era
Welcome to the not-so-distant future, a world where jobs and managers no longer exist; knowledge and vision are not only prized by shared; and lean, agile, robust enterprises thrive...
© 1996 OR/MS Today, May 1996
|Interview: Sundrum by Savage
"Communities of Authentic Leaders"
Interview with Elisabeth Sundrum, the former managing director of a 340-person joint venture between a major German electronics company and an American optics producer. This company made remarkable efforts in reengineering to maintain profitability.
©1998 John Wiley & Sons, Agility & Global Competition, Vol. 2, No. 3, 12-14
|Das Rädchen als treibende Kraft
Charles Savage und Elisabeth Sundrum über das Management der fünften Generation und die Bedeutung jedes einzelnen Mitarbeiters
©Samstag/Sontag 24./25. April 1999 BILDUNG UND BERUF Süddeutsche Zeitung Seite V1/1
|Leadership in a Knowledge-Based Society
Inventing the Organizations of the 21st Century
For the fourth time, Deutsche Bank managing board member Dr. Michael Endres, BMW's top man Bernd Pischetsrieder and CEO Gerhard Schulmeyer invited their colleagues from European organizations to grapple with the overriding issues of the future.
© 1998 SNI Inline, Vol. 1, Feb. 1988
|Organizational Transformation and the Changing Role of the Human Resource Function
BY JOAN LANCOURT and CHARLES SAVAGE
Seven companies--Oticon, Eastman Johnsonville Foods, The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, W.L. Gore, Semco, and Williams Technologies--have journeyed down the path of organizational transformation, and in each case there has been a significant shift in the role of human resources. The experiences of these companies illustrate the fact that transformation takes as many shapes as there are companies. But if we compare their experiences, a number of themes emerge that will be helpful to those whose organizations are just beginning to change.
©1995 Aspen Publishers, Inc. COMPENSATION & BENEFITS MANAGEMENT, Vol 11, Nr. 4, Autumn 1995
|Political Change Opens Telecommunications Markets
Successful market entry strategies for Central and Eastern Europe
by Elisabeth Sundrum and Dr. Marec Bela Steffens.
© 1993 International TelcomReport, Siemens, Vol 16, 4/93, July-August.
|Envisioning the Knowledge Era
by Charles M. Savage
The Information Era is a small step beyond the Industrial Era. What's needed is a giant leap.
Copyright © 1998 Unisys Corporation, All Rights Reserved..
|Fifth Generation Management BY CHARLES M. SAVAGE|