Alfred P. Sloan is credited with the invention of the modern corporation. At the helm of General Motors from 1923 to 1946, he had a profound influence on management thinking in America and much of the Western world through his unique, ahead-of-its-time, management style.
Sloan's leadership and the sheer success of General Motors led to an enormous amount of study and writings on his contribution to management theory and practice.
This set is part of the Critical Evaluations in Business and Management series. Future titles in the series will include:
George Elton Mayo
Joseph M. Juran
Peter F. Drucker
H. Igor Ansoff
Alfred D. Chandler
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Table of Contents
Volume One Part 1. The Founders of General Motors Part 2. 1920s Reorganization at General Motors Part 3. Fisher Body Part 4. Management at General Motors - Assessment Volume Two Part 4. (continued) Part Five: Employee Relations Part Six: General Motors Today Part Seven: General Motors and Public Transport