Leading without Commanding


Why Output Management is an effective motivator.
In a world where people make the difference ”Output management” guarantees creativity, innovation and commitment. Using Output Management the manager can switch from a short term operational mode to a long term strategic vision mode and stay in his helicopter.
The book deals with multiple paradoxes:
Paradox 1: How to stay in control and create room to manœuvre. About what can/should a manager be authoritarian without risking conflict and demotivation? How to obtain commitment from your employees and challenge them without manipulation ?
Paradox 2: How to stay in control without figures? The advise is: Don’t manage by figures, manage by vision. Through application readers will learn to evolve from quantitative to qualitative verifiable targets.

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Chapter 1:  what does the Input-Output management model imply?
Chapter 2:  why the distinction between Input and Output is crucial?
Chapter 3:  vision
Chapter 4:  when to manage by Input and when by Output? When to manage quantitatively and when qualitatively?
Chapter 5:  how to convince your subordinates of your vision?
Chapter 6:  how do you convince your colleagues and your boss of your vision?
Chapter 7:  how to deal with resistance to change?
Chapter 8:  output management demands delegation

Filip Vandendriessche is a lecturer and consultant. He has a background in conflict management. He acted as a social mediator between management teams and unions in Belgium, France and the Netherlands. His approach works in different cultures and contexts. Output management has been successfully introduced at companies such as Alcatel, Philips, Unilever, IBM, 3M, Volvo, Xerox, SAP and the Vatican in Rome where he mediated in conflicts between bishops.


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