Managers’ decisions and priorities can make or break a company, as shown by the collapse of industry leaders such as Circuit City and Westinghouse Electric Company. This is because managers aren’t really there to manage, but to navigate. It’s the navigator’s job to lead the team—and by extension, the company—to success.
Many different management methodologies exist today, but even the most popular ones have limitations, especially when applied at the enterprise level. Stream Theory offers an innovative framework to achieve breakthrough results.
Stream Theory shows you the shortcomings of common methodologies such as Agile and Google’s OKR framework and introduces ways to adapt them that prioritizes your company’s greatest asset: employees. Dmitriy Neganov equips you with the tools and knowledge you need to optimize company purpose, direction, and engagement—all keys to leading an employee-centric organization and ensuring long-term organizational sustainability while meeting the core needs of stakeholders.