by Jack Martin Leith, Founder and Bureau Chief

The Bureau of Management Theory and Practice is an information, education and advisory service providing expositions of established, new and emerging concepts, models, frameworks, methods, tools, techniques and practices.

The Bureau’s focus is on methods that are conducive to effective action.

These expositions are ready for you to view now:
70% Change Failure Rate: Fact or Fiction?

Change is a Journey (Metaphor)

Employee Engagement

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Organization Design and New Ways of Working
(includes Holacracy and Teal Organizations)

Organizational Culture

Project Prioritisation Matrix

Resistance to Change

SimuReal

View the full list of topics that will be addressed during 2017 and 2018.

The ground covered by The Bureau

Brand
Change
Coaching
Collaboration and co-creation
Culture
Innovation
Decision making
Digital transformation
Enterprise architecture
Enterprise communication
Interpersonal communication

Knowledge management
Leadership
Marketing
Meetings
People development
Presentations
Problem solving
Project management
Purpose and vision
Strategy
Teamwork

This list may be amended as circumstances dictate.

Information sources and beneficiaries

Every information source is a potential beneficiary, and every beneficiary is a potential information source.

The Bureau of Management Theory and Practice: knowledge creators and beneficiaries

About Jack Martin Leith

I am the founder of The Bureau, as well as a management researcher, innovator, writer, educator and advisor. My home is in Bath, United Kingdom.

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