Hidden Value : How Great Companies Achieve Extraordinary Results with Ordinary People

@inproceedings{OReilly2013HiddenV,
  title={Hidden Value : How Great Companies Achieve Extraordinary Results with Ordinary People},
  author={Charles A. O'Reilly and Jeffrey Pfeffer},
  year={2013}
}
Charles O'Reilly and Jeffrey Pfeffer are both professors at Stanford University's business school. The basic argument of Hidden Value is that great (leading, profitable) organizations are built not by attracting the most talented (e.g., top ten per cent) people but by creating an organization that knows how to unleash the value of "ordinary" people. The argument is made by devoting eight of the ten chapters in the book to extended case histories of Southwest Airlines, Cisco Systems, AES, Men's… CONTINUE READING

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