Crisis and Renewal presents a radical view of how all successful organizations evolve and renew themselves, and what managers need to do to lead the revival. Contrary to traditional organizational theory, which emphasizes rationality and control in the management of change, Hurst argues that there are times when managers must deliberately create crises in acts of "ethical anarchy" in order to break the constraints of success and renew their organizations.
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