Productivity

Productivity

 
The Professional's Guide to Working Smarter Henry, Lauchland A. Burrill-Ellsworth Associates, Inc. , 1989 Personal Growth, Productivity

Success traditionally goes to those who set goals, make plans to achieve them, and carry out those plans. Individuals who have problems achieving usually plan or execute poorly. 1. Self-Evaluation will indicate where...

 
 
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...

 
 
Implementing Supplier Partnerships Van Mieghem, Timothy Prentice Hall Press , 1995 Productivity

Implementing Supplier Partnerships shows advantages to establishing real relationships between supplier and customer beyond buying and selling. Some overlooked factors include the cost of value-added...

 
 
Shortcuts for Smart Managers Davis, Lisa AMACOM , 1998 Management, Productivity

Being a manager is never easy. Not only are managers responsible for every decision they make, they are also responsible for everything their people do. They are expected to support, encourage, motivate, and to model...

 
 
Blur Davis, Stan | Meyer, Christopher Addison-Wesley , 1998 Productivity, Technology

The pace of change has accelerated far beyond anyone’s comfort zone, thus, the rules that guided business decisions in the past are no longer reliable. These momentous shifts are being driven by elements of change that...

 
 
Working the Shadow Side Egan, Gerard The Human Element , 1994 Management, Productivity

Much has been written about the processes and systems that drive organizations and the ways and means of making them more effective. What is rarely discussed, and certainly not in any great detail, are the covert...

 
 
Clockspeed. Fine, Charles H. Perseus Books , 1998 Innovation, Management, Productivity

Clockspeed grew out of Charles Fine’s study of the strategic impact of supply-chain strategy on competitive advantage. Fine decided that instead of monitoring the supply chains of slowly evolving businesses, he would...

 
 
Lean and Mean Harrison, Bennett Basic Books , 1995 Global Business, Management, Productivity

According to Lean and Mean, contrary to popular myth, small firms are not driving economic growth and creating the most new jobs. Rather, it is the concentrated, powerful business enterprises that...

 
 
The Productive Edge Lester, Richard K. W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. , 1998 Economics & Finance, Productivity

Beginning in 1985, Champion International, one of the largest and oldest U.S. industrial companies, began a change process that transformed it from an underachieving tradition-bound organization into a competitive...

 
 
Creating an Open Book Organization McCoy, Thomas J. AMACOM , 1996 Productivity

Creating an "Open Book" Organization presents an integrated approach that applies multiple human resources initiatives in a coordinated manner to create a partnership among all employees. Addressing the interest that...

 
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