The Role of “Hedgehogs” and “Foxes” in Turbulent Times, Gill Ringland, Oliver Sparrow and Patricia Lustig – Beyond Crisis: Achieving Renewal in a Turbulent World, John Wiley & Sons Publishing House, UK, 2010

by Marian Zulean,

After the financial crush of 2007 – 2008, “crisis” became the buzzword not only in the media and political circles but also for economists operating in the global market. It triggered panic among politicians, bankers, rich and poor alike. A group of three authors, Gill Ringland, Oliver Sparrow and Patricia Lustig, having a cumulative 100 years of experience as senior managers or consultants in transnational corporations or government, put together their knowledge and expertise to offer a clear guide for managers of organizations, helping them to navigate through these uncertain times. The book “Beyond Crisis” describes an evolving “purposefully self–renewing organization” (PS-RO) that will be able to understand the future, adapt the best genres, renew itself and be successful.

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