Human Resources

Human Resources

 
Work Without Managers Fisher Jr., James R. The Delta Group , 1991 Human Resources, Management

In Work Without Managers, Fisher attempts to awaken professional/technical workers to the power and influence they possess to enact change. He also addresses the managers who want to know what their professional...

 
 
The Web of Inclusion Helgesen, Sally Doubleday/Currency , 1995 Diversity, Human Resources, Management

The Web of Inclusion stresses how companies are being challenged to reconfigure so they can take advantage of innovative technologies more effectively and be more responsive to vastly expanded markets. Organizations...

 
 
Mastering the Information Age McCarthy, Michael J. Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc. , 1991 Human Resources, Technology

McCarthy suggests in Mastering the Information Age, that we metabolize thoughts, feelings, sounds, colors, smells, etc. Also, he projects that because integrity and ethics will be the major concern of...

 
 
A Better Idea Petersen, Donald E. | Hillkirk, John Houghton Mifflin Company , 1992 Business Biographies, Human Resources, Management

Many American companies are in trouble because they have traditionally used top-down management that leaves little room for the average individual to be creative. As a result, corporate leadership cannot take advantage...

 
 
The Office Romance Powers, Dennis M. Amacom , 1998 Diversity, Human Resources

Surveys show that office romances are flourishing. The workplace is rapidly replacing bars, churches, and health clubs as the spot for meeting that significant other. And happily, in today’s enlightened business...

 
 
Answers for Managers. Radzik, Adam | Emek, Sharon AMACOM , 1991 Human Resources, Leadership, Management

In Answers for Managers, Radzik and Emek have distilled a virtual library of management concepts into an extremely practical guide, whose primary value lies in the fact that it provides managers with the information...

 
 
Frames of Reference Rudman, Carol Peterson's/Pacesetter Books , 1996 Diversity, Human Resources, Productivity

Everyday in the workplace, people face many challenges related to cross-gender communications. Often these situations are emotionally charged, and each party is too caught up in them to have any kind of perspective or...

 
 
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...

 
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