Marianne Hamilton was a member of Atlas Copco’s Group management team for sixteen years, as Senior Vice President, Organizational Development and Management Resources. She has served on several boards.
Her ground-breaking introduction of a internal global job market at Atlas Copco, allowing employees to apply to all open positions, spurred a unique opportunity to improve the organization and strengthen the corporate culture.
BELIEF IN THE INDIVIDUAL’S STRENGTH
“I have a strong belief in people’s inherent strength: individuals make it happen. It’s a person’s own drive and motivation that will enable them to reach a position where they can truly make a difference, creating lasting results that benefit their company and the community.
Having an organization with smoothly functioning processes and clearly defined accountabilities helps, but at the end of the day it is your own determination and competence that will take you to the top.”
Additional to her extensive business experience, Marianne Hamilton has published several management books:
Her first management book, More Than Just Money — How to Produce Skilled Managers, was published in 2007. It was followed by More Than Just Power — Leadership Too in 2009 and Advice to My Dear Daughter in 2019. An Organizational Philosophy is her latest book, published in 2021.
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Marianne Hamilton has also published the novels The Barn and The Three Men in Swedish, see www.mariannehamilton.com.