Managing by Storying Around

A guide to telling stories to communicate important points that advice and demands cannot shows managers how to use storytelling to teach employees how to respect urgency and energy; survive idiocy; and honor quality, performance, and trust ...

Author: David M. Armstrong

Publisher: Currency

ISBN: UOM:49015001324137

Category: Business & Economics

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A guide to telling stories to communicate important points that advice and demands cannot shows managers how to use storytelling to teach employees how to respect urgency and energy; survive idiocy; and honor quality, performance, and trust. 40,000 first printing.

Convergence of Project Management and Knowledge Management

She also mentions “story recollections”—find a story that you've loved or a
powerful personal or professional memory that ... CONCLUSION Project
management is all about leading people through a process. ... Managing by
storying around.

Author: T. Kanti Srikantaiah

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9780810876972

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 339

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Knowledge is power, but this is especially true for teams carrying out a project. As in other arenas, the effective use of knowledge is possible only if it is readily accessible, well organized, properly analyzed, and competently disseminated to meet the project needs. Knowledge gained from project failures or successes is vital for the long term sustainability of organizations to compete in the business environment. This book focuses on the proper access and delivery methods for explicit knowledge in projects and also concentrates on tacit knowledge unknown and unavailable to most people in project environments. Every project is unique with start and end dates, detailed project plan, budget, schedule, human resources, and deliverables, and all these areas have a high volume of rich knowledge. Knowledge is created and flows through all nine project knowledge areas: Project Integration Management; Project Scope Management; Project Time Management; Project Cost Management; Project Quality Management; Project Human Resources Management; Project Communications Management; Project Risk Management; and Project Procurement Management. This book discusses the benefits of managing knowledge in projects and provides techniques that will increase the rate of return on projects. Addressing strategy and deployment issues, this volume also provides case studies, making this an invaluable tool for the success of projects and sustainability/growth of organizations.

Global Themes and Local Variations in Organization and Management

... a book written by the CEO of Armstrong International, David M. Armstrong (
1992), entitled Managing by Storying Around: A ... Armstrong described how he
was sitting in church listening to a sermon—a story that Armstrong did not quite
follow ...

Author: Gili S. Drori

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136493980

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 432

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Global Themes and Local Variations in Organization and Management: Perspectives on Glocalization offers a broad exposition of the relations between the global and the local with regard to organizational and managerial ideas, practices, and forms. This edited volume forges ahead to capture the complexity of modern management and organization that results from the processes of glocalization. Universality is among the core underlying principles of the management of organizations, as well as of organization and management science itself. Yet, reality reveals enormous variation across social and cultural contexts. For instance, multinational corporations must adjust their management practices to adhere to national regulation and local standards; manufacturers and service providers routinely tailor their products to suit the local preferences of consumers; and non-profit organizations amend their advocacy agenda to appeal to local sentiments. The work assembled here goes beyond merely describing such patterns of variation and adaptation in organization and management; research and commentary engage directly with the tensions between homogeneity and heterogeneity, convergence and divergence, global and local. With contributions from leading scholars in the field of comparative organization studies, this collection offers a substantive contribution to the investigation of organization and management, as well as providing a valuable resource for students of organization studies, international business, and sociology.

Myth in Modern Media Management and Marketing

Activities of such co-narrators can be managed, hence we can observe massive
storytelling management. Rational arguments and critical analysis have been lost
. REFERENCES Armstrong, D. M. (1992). Managing By Storying Around: A 45 ...

Author: Kreft, Jan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522591023

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 317

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The development of communication technology and the proliferation of centers that collect, interpret, and transmit information does not mean that communities have become a more transparent and enlightened environment. If anything, the pioneering research of modern communication signifies the ambiguity of individual and collective existence. Myth in Modern Media Management and Marketing is an essential reference source that discusses the analysis of the role of myth and mythical thinking in the operation of media organizations and their functioning on the media market. Featuring research on topics such as social media, brand management, and advertising, this book is ideally designed for social media analysts, media specialists, public relations managers, media managers, marketers, advertisers, students, researchers, and professionals involved with media and new media management.

Storytelling Organizational Practices

Towhat extenddoesthisstorytelling branding practice perpetuate or counter
theway consumers areinvolvedin ... Managing. by. storying. around. Once upon a
time the practice of storytelling was about collecting interesting stories about ...

Author: David M. Boje

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135073091

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 362

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Once upon a time the practice of storytelling was about collecting interesting stories about the past, and converting them into soundbite pitches. Now it is more about foretelling the ways the future is approaching the present, prompting a re-storying of the past. Storytelling has progressed and is about a diversity of voices, not just one teller of one past; it is how a group or organization of people negotiates the telling of history and the telling of what future is arriving in the present. With the changes in storytelling practices and theory there is a growing need to look at new and different methodologies. Within this exciting new book, David M. Boje develops new ways to ask questions in interviews and make observations of practice that are about storytelling the future. This, after all, is where management practice concentrates its storytelling, while much of the theory and method work is all about how the past might recur in the future. Storytelling Organizational Practices takes the reader on a journey: from looking at narratives of past experience through looking at living stories of emergence in the present to looking at how the future is arriving in ways that prompts a re-storying of the past.

Training Using Drama

... including Tell Me a Story by Roger C Schank ( 1990 ) , Tales for Trainers by
Margaret Parkin ( 1998 ) and Managing by Storying Around by David Armstrong (
1992 ) , advocate the immense value of stories to aid communication and
learning ...

Author: Kat Koppett

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 0749437049

Category: Drama in education

Page: 212

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The use of training techniques originally developed for theatre and improvisation within the workplace has increased enormously in recent years, and the proven effectiveness of this approach has found many enthusiastic followers. Sometimes, actors are brought into an organization to act as catalysts within a training/role-play setting, but, increasingly, trainers themselves are using the techniques. Written by an expert in the field, drawing on her substantial experience in business, training and acting, this practical guide shows clearly how anyone can make use of these techniques easily and effectively. With information on the theories and principles behind using drama in training, this book also includes the details of 50 activities and shows how to use a diverse range of techniques to improve creativity, leadership, teamwork and personal development. Training Using Drama covers the key issues, including: storytelling; role-plays; coaching; non-verbal communication; spontaneity; trust and awareness.

Entrepreneur

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924066614870

Category: Business

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Storytelling Magazine

Your personal experiences or the experiences of those near you may serve to
inspire change in individuals and ... and each contains a description of the moral
for each story as it applies to business : Managing by Storying Around : A New ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X006144610

Category: Folklore

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Teamthink

Each one-page story was told by an employee to Armstrong, who wrote them up.
Armstrong's book, Managing by Storying Around, was published in 1992. For
example, there's one about the employee who had bypass surgery and alerted
the ...

Author: Don Martin

Publisher: Plume

ISBN: 0452272130

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

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The first book to use colorful sports anecdotes as business tools, TeamThink illustrates the importance of skills that athletes take for granted--training, leadership, coordination, and motivation--and provides valuable wisdom on how to make business objectives as clear as any goal line.

Business Horizons

A great story, says Austin (1995), can "turn a yawny business lesson into a life-or-
death struggle." It can touch ... But they tend to overlook the emotional elements
of persuasion. believes in, and in 1992 he wrote Managing by Storying Around.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: 00076813

Category: Business

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Workshop Essentials

Other books , like Management by Storying Around by David Armstrong . The 21
Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John Maxwell , Moses on Management by
David Baron , and Chicken Soup for the Soul by Jack Canfield and Mark Hansen
 ...

Author: Paula Jorde Bloom

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000046497055

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 230

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The 2001 Annuals Consulting

CONSTRUCTING ASUCCESSFUL STORY Astory is built from a plot, characters,
a conflict, and a setting. The story line ... Armstrong, D. (1992). Managing by
storying around: A new 82 The 2001 Annual: Volume 2, Consulting/C) 2001 ...

Author: Elaine Biech

Publisher: Pfeiffer

ISBN: 0787953369

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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On the cutting edge of human resources for over 25 years! Year after year, The Annuals provide thousands of trainers, consultants, facilitators, and managers with up-to-date information about making organizations more effective. Face the challenge of today's workplace with today's resource. The 2001 Annuals contain all-new material from some of the best minds in the field of human resousce development. For more than 25 years, The Annuals have been the leading resource for practioners seeeking to improve organizations. Three reasons why you need The 2001 Annuals: * Great resources: When you buy The 2001 Annuals, you will get more than 20 activities, 6 instruments, and 20 presentation and discussion resources--all of them new, all of them customizable for your specific needs! * Great contributors: All of the contributors are practitioners who have tested their ideas in today's workplace. Among the many leading contributors to these volumes are Lois Hart, Richard Bunning, H.B. Karp, and Steve Sugar. * Great topics: You get what you need to face the industry's most pressing issues. Volume 2 focuses on consulting. You will find hundreds of trustworth tips and tools that will improve the productivity and profitability of any organization, including: Diversity Issues and Team Decision Making. This year, editor Elaine Beich, a seasoned trainer, consultant, and noted author of The Consultant's Legal Guide, has added select cutting-edge topics to the mix, including learning technologies and performance improvement. Find out how other practitioners are improving organizations day by day. Delve into the indespensible 2001 Annuals today. You will understand why The Annuals are the source for practical, professional performance-boosting tools. Call us today to become a Standing Order Customer!

The Leadership Challenge

People across departments had the opportunity to interact with one another
outside of the more formal and structured ... D . Armstrong , Managing by Storying
Around : A New Method of Leadership ( New York : Currency Doubleday , 1992 )
, 5 ...

Author: James M. Kouzes

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: 0787956783

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 496

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When it was initially written in 1987, few could have predicted that The Leadership Challenge would become one of the best-selling leadership books of all time. Now, faced with the new challenges of our unpredictable global business environment, Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner--two of the country's premier leadership experts--have completely revised and updated their classic book. Building on the knowledge base of their previous books, the third edition of The Leadership Challenge is grounded in extensive research and based on interviews with all kinds of leaders at all levels in public and private organizations from around the world. In this edition, the authors emphasize that the fundamentals of leadership are the same today as they were in the 1980s, and as they've probably been for centuries. In that sense, nothing's new. Leadership is not a fad. While the content of leadership has not changed, the context has-and in some cases, changed dramatically.

Incentive

When employees hear this story they events that occurred within the original “
People told me that they knew more have a ... Armstrong International Inc. and
author ership Engine , advocates that the best of Managing by Storying Around ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCLA:L0081260986

Category: Advertising specialties

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Managing and marketing through motivation.

Sawubona Africa

Embracing Four Worlds in South African Management Ronnie Lessem, Barbara
Nussbaum ... Notes 1 . Peters , T : Introduction in Armstrong , D : Managing by
Storying Around : A New Method of Leadership , Doubleday , 1992 . 2 . See , for ...

Author: Ronnie Lessem

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105070803791

Category: Industrial management

Page: 286

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Health Progress

Once you succeed in implementing the six value - story actions , you will have
made your organization's mission and ... Ideas for recognizing employees and
validating their stories , see : David Armstrong , Managing by Storying Around : A
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556041087776

Category: Catholic hospitals

Page:

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PowerSpeaking

I began with the story of Dena Pappas , my saxophone teacher and her advice , “
Let ' er rip ! ... In his book , Managing By Storying Around , he shares company
stories he has used to communicate the company ' s core values . Where can you
 ...

Author: Frederick Gilbert

Publisher:

ISBN: 0962927260

Category: Power speaking

Page: 184

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The Scriptwriter s Workbook

Storytelling has been getting lots of play in management circles . In a book titled
Management by Storying Around , Armstrong International ' s president writes : “
Storytelling changes the way you manage . . . That ' s because telling stories is ...

Author: William Van Nostran

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: UVA:X004038888

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 185

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This workbook, a companion to "The Scriptwriter's Handbook", provides a step-by-step format for adapting the generic writing process described in the handbook to a specific assignment. General activities and worksheets are provided to help writers develop