Leading in Complexity - New Ways of Management
Sebastian Schlömer, Nino Tomaschek (Hrsg.)

Leading in Complexity

New Ways of Management

197 Seiten, Kt, 2010 19,95 € ISBN 978-3-89670-922-6 Thema: Management/Organisationsberatung Reihe: Verlag für Systemische Forschung The increasing complexity and dynamics of the corporate world have lately become almost proverbial. Massive changes in economies and markets require companies to change swiftly as... Weiterlesen

The increasing complexity and dynamics of the corporate world have lately become almost proverbial. Massive changes in economies and markets require companies to change swiftly as well. The question then arises what this means for leaders and leadership in organizations. The title „Leading in complexity“ encompasses a wide range of topics and thoughts surrounding the concepts of leadership and complexity which were presented and discussed by German and international experts at the 3rd Augsburg Conference (University of Augsburg, Germany, in October 2008). The results are summarized in these conference proceedings which contain contributions on positive leadership, leadership and self-organization, innovation reordering, innovation-coaching, leadership and innovation, action learning, leadership in universities, personality and organization.

Authors include Ulrich Bauer, Fritz Boehle, Kurt Buchinger, Klaus Goetz, Jeffrey Goldstein, James Hazy, Klaus Mainzer, Richard Milter, Julia Marie Reiner, Peter Schettgen, Sebastian Schloemer, Ruth Seliger, Markus Strobel, Paul Tolchinsky, Nino Tomaschek, Toni Ungaretti, Martina Weichsler.

Sebastian Schlömer, Dipl.-Kfm., is currently Business Director at hauserconsulting, a consulting firm specializing in main areas of interest are management development and systemic organization development.

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Nino Tomaschek

Nino Tomaschek, Priv.-Doz. Dr., MAS; Leiter des Postgraduate Center an der Universität Wien und Gründer des Forschungsinstitutes sevensix-Corporate Research and Consulting, Augsburg/Wien/Zürich. Er ist Mitbegründer der „Augsburger Schule der Unternehmensentwicklung“ und Miterfinder des Managementansatzes „Innovations-Coaching“. Seine Arbeitsschwerpunkte im Consulting sind Veränderungsprozesse in Unternehmen, systemisches Management, Coaching und Innovations-Coaching.

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