Decoding Critical Genes of Enterprises
The Bionic Laws for Organizational Longevity
Author: Bin Yan
Translator: Mary Ma and Simai Yan
Order No. 1094
Publisher: Homa & Sekey Books
Pub Year: 2014
Size: 6 x 9
Price: $49.95. You pay only $29.97 (after 40% discount).
This book presents a novel theory of “organizational longevity” with innovative research that synthesizes the bionics and organizational sciences. The book discusses the three organizational bionics theorems: separation theorem, combination theorem, and exchange theorem, which represent the underlying principles of organizational longevity.
The new management philosophy created in the book indicates an evolutionary paradigm shift from the “culture management” stage toward the “co-evolutionary management” stage. The theories are also equally valuable to the much wider subjects of the society management whereby the social science is nourished by the natural science.
The book is written in an academic style, which makes it valuable for the readership of post-graduate research students, academic scholars, and business professionals alike. This book will benefit those who care to learn the subject and serve as food for thought.
Born in China, Dr. Bin Yan is the Chairman of Zhejiang Xinyan Logistics, Ltd., and the founder of Yan-Zi Management Studio. He is also the Associate Fellow and Visiting Scholar for Post-doctoral Research at the University of Warwick, UK. Dr. Yan received his degree in supply chain leadership from the joint academy of Cisco-Fudan-Stanford universities, and was honored as a Distinguished Visiting Professor to the China Federation of Logistics & Purchasing. He has published a number of books including Decoding Critical Genes of Enterprises: The Bionic Laws for Organizational Longevity and Science of Organizational Longevity: The Report of Practicing Bionic Management in Xinyan Logistics, Ltd. Dr. Yan is currently living in the UK.
Mary Ma received her B.A. degree in Business Management, and her MSc degree in Supply Chain and Logistics Management. She also received her M.B.A. degree in Business Management from Cranfield University, UK.
Miss Simai Yan is the founder of the Institute of Eastern-Western Culture and author of A Soaring Bird. She has been accepted as an undergraduate student by London School of Economics starting in autumn 2013.
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 05 October, 2014.