Gary L. Neilson is a senior partner with Strategy& based in Chicago. He focuses on operating models and organizational transformation.
All articles by Gary L. Neilson
Up the (E) Organization! A Seven-Dimensional Model for the Centerless EnterpriseJanuary 1, 2000 It's time to retire the org chart and disintermediate management itself.
by Gary L. Neilson, Bruce A. Pasternack, and Albert J. Viscio
Multinationals in the Next Decade: Blueprint, Flow and Soul Building the Modern Multinational OrganizationJuly 1, 1999 The builders of modern multinationals draw inspiration from the architecture of buildings: Design a blueprint, manage the flow of resources and inject some soul.by Jorge H. Forteza and Gary L. Neilson
New-Wave RestructuringOctober 1, 1998 In the 1980's the goal of restructuring was to cut costs and create greater efficiencies. While companies benefited, the shareholder was often left out. Now the goal is to create value for stockholders. Here is how it can be done.by Gary L. Neilson and Deven Sharma
Creating Temporary Organizations for Lasting ChangeOctober 1, 1996 by Edith Howle, Gary L. Neilson, and David J. Ortiz
Partnering for Results: A Case Study of Re-engineering, the Corning WayApril 1, 1996 How do you institute real change while preserving a company's culture? Corning Incorporated did it by starting at the top and by creating a partnership to transform itself through a comprehensive reassessment of its existing costs and hopes for growth. by Roger G. Ackerman and Gary L. Neilson
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