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Author Merchant, Nilofer.
Title Reinvent as an economic necessity / Nilofer Merchant.
Imprint [Calif.?] : O'Reilly Media, 2010.

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Author Merchant, Nilofer.
Subject Publishers and publishing -- Congresses.
Publishers and publishing -- Management.
Organizational change -- Management.
Alt Name O'Reilly (Firm)
TOC Conference (Tools of Change for Publishing) (2010 : New York, N.Y.)
Description 1 online resource (1 streaming video file (1 hr., 15 min., 11 sec.))
Note Description from resource description page (viewed Aug. 31, 2010).
Summary "Here's a tool to help make tough decisions -- MurderBoarding. The opposite of white boarding is MurderBoarding, we select from among the many initiatives to choose only the best. The desire is to cull and eliminate. Many times resources are wasted because we try to do too much. MurderBoarding is a process that helps narrow opportunities so that decisions can be made. This methodology invites us to narrow our focus to what is critical, what is crucial. MurderBoarding is the opportunity to let some things really flourish by trimming off the excess that can distract you and your staff. By killing those time and resource draining activities, the company or department gets "pruned" so it can come back better, stronger for it. And in reality, it's less about "killing ideas" than putting them into purgatory so they can be resurrected when the time is right"--Resource description page.
OCLC # 670428783


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