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Tom Peters insists that in this age of rapidly changing information technology, "chaos" is the rule by which companies live or die. Constant change is now something to pursue, not to discourage. Hierarchies must be flattened and employees must be responsible and adaptable. Administrators must be aware and accessible.

In Thriving on Chaos, Peters argues that companies must adapt by creating open information societies, leveling outdated and restrictive hierarchies and encouraging human employees at every level to think on their feet.

Constant education and retraining are essential in a world where technology continuously emerges only to obsolete itself. Change has forced radical restructuring of both organizations and career paths.

As you watch the case studies, you will understand the value of speed, and the evils of unwieldy bureaucracy. Peters offers a first hand look at the forces that are changing the global business climate.

In Thriving on Chaos, Tom Peters looks at three organizations that have made the essential adjustments in today’s arena and continue to adhere to a policy of constant innovation:

  • Answer Products, a motorcycle accessory maker in Valencia, California
  • Telecommunications giant MCl
  • Quad/Graphics, a printer and print technology company in Pewaukee, Wisconsin

Peters also interviews West Coast economist, author and editor Joel Kotkin and Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter.

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