Human Resources

Human Resources

 
Topgrading Smart, Bradford D. Prentice Hall Press , 1999 Human Resources, Leadership Development, Management

The single most important driver of organizational performance and individual managerial success is talent. The ability to hire the best is what distinguishes premier companies from mediocre firms and successful...

 
 
What America Does Right Waterman, Robert H. W.W. Norton & Company , 1994 Human Resources

A manager’s job is to lead and recognize that the needs of the business and the needs of the employee are inextricably linked. Individuals have an intrinsic need to feel in control, to believe in the value of one’s...

 
 
Managing With Integrity Watson, Charles E. Praeger , 1991 Human Resources, Management

The major theme of Managing With Integrity is that a flawless existence is of little use if it fails to produce something of lasting value. This approach explains various dimensions of character and...

 
 
Keeping the Best Yate, Martin John Bob Adams, Inc. , 1991 Human Resources, Management

Keeping the Best gives practical, user-friendly advice on making the workplace more humane and productive, which shows how to hold on to the invaluable people who bring success to the corporation....

 
 
Danger in the Comfort Zone Bardwick, Judith M. AMACOM , 1995 Human Resources, Management

While the attitude of Entitlement still exists in business and society, reinvention, reengineering, downsizing, rightsizing, delayering, etc., have put pressure on most organizations, both in the private sector and in...

 
 
Teaching the Elephant to Dance Belasco, James A. Crown Publishing , 1990 Human Resources, Management

The active leader identifies the need to change and quickly develops a new strategic approach that contains three elements: (1) the repositioning of products/services to build competitive advantage, (2) talented people...

 
 
FutureScope Cappo, Joe Longman Financial Services Publishing , 1990 Human Resources

The U.S. is a pluralistic society, more diverse than any other country, and it is this very diversity that molds the unique American personality. As the nation matures, people tend to become more alike, but the flow of...

 
 
The 5 Patterns of Extraordinary Careers Citrin, James M. | Smith, Richard A. Crown Business , 2003 Human Resources, Personal Growth

Many believe that a successful career is the result of dumb luck, good timing, political savvy, good business and/or social connections, high levels of intelligence, brown nosing, and/or unethical behavior. However,...

 
 
We Are All Self-Employed Hakim, Cliff Berrett-Koehler , 2004 Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, Personal Growth

This second edition of Cliff Hakim’s bestseller, We Are All Self-Employed, is not about starting a business. It is instead, about challenging and influencing our beliefs about work - an empowering...

 
 
Telecommuting Kugelmass, Joel The Free Press , 1995 Human Resources, Productivity

The experiences of many public and private organizations throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Japan have shown that flexible work is an effective management strategy for organizations in every sector. Joel...

 
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