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Values are unable to trigger change

In his book Are We all Lost in Management? we saw recently that François Dupuy warned us against the cynicism trap in companies values. Executives often think that values could be a starting point to change management and they either decide of … Continuer la lecture

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François Dupuy: corporate values and cynicism

Your company probably defined a set of values proudly displayed in the lobby and on the corporate website. François Dupuy, in his book Are We all Lost in Management?, is rather sceptical about these values and he dedicated a whole chapter, … Continuer la lecture

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François Dupuy: The Perplexity of the Project Leader

François Dupuy, in his book Are We all lost in Management?, recently translated from French, acknowledges that management sciences have made great strides these last decades, however, managers are still struggling with the same recurring issues. Willing to understand why … Continuer la lecture

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