The Passion Plan at Work
IN THIS SUMMARY
Everyone enjoys something, but that "something" is usually not the job. This is unfortunate because a job consumes a large portion of an adult’s life, and spending countless hours toiling at a career that is neither rewarding nor challenging--that is devoid of interest--is a tragic waste of time and energy. However, a workplace filled with passion is a fun and exciting place to work, with good morale and a highly motivated workforce that experiences above-average productivity. Thus, the workplace represents not so much a job as a mission.
The Passion Plan at Work (the sequel to Chang's The Passion Plan: A Step-By-Step Guide to Discovering, Developing, and Living Your Passion) uses case studies of a dozen passion-driven enterprises to illustrate a seven-step blueprint for identifying an organization’s core passions and turning them into a dynamic engine of productivity, innovation, prosperity--and fun. Chang demonstrates how any organization can learn to tap into this wellspring of creativity and energy to generate a self-perpetuating cycle of passion and profit.