Alfred P. Sloan: critical evaluations in business and management
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.
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.
Part 4: Management at General Motors - Assessment (continued). Part Five: Employee Relations. Part Six: General Motors Today. Part Seven: General Motors and Public Transport (accessed from Publisher).
ISBN: 0415248329 (set)
ISBN: 0415248299 (v. 1
ISBN: 0415248302 (v. 2)
Wood, J. C., & Wood, M. C. (Eds). (2003). Alfred P. Sloan: Critical evaluations in business and management. New York, NY: Routledge.