ORGANIZATIONAL behavior

ORGANIZATIONAL behavior

 
Mavericks at Work Taylor, William C. | LaBarre, Polly HarperCollins Publishers , 2006 Business Strategy, Innovation

William C. Taylor and Polly LaBarre, as editors for Fast Company, have explored hundreds of companies. In Mavericks at Work they report on the unconventional organizations they have encountered in a...

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The Strategy of Execution Mellon, Liz | Carter, Simon McGraw-Hill Education , 2014 Business Strategy

Nobody expects a freight train to make it up a steep hill without a powerful engine, but leaders often think that a strategy should be successful just because all the parts are in place and appear to fit well together...

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Execution Is the Strategy Stack, Laura Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2014 Business Strategy, Change Management, Leadership

Execution Is the Strategy by Laura Stack is a how-to manual for business leaders that will guide them as they develop their organizations and employees into becoming efficient and capable in today’s...

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Getting to It! Loflin, Jones | Musig, Todd HarperCollins , 2013 Productivity

Everyone is busy, but many people and organizations still seem to fail at progressing toward their goals. The root cause is a failure to focus on the most Important Thing (IT). In Getting to It!, Jones...

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Your Brain at Work Rock, David HarperCollins Publishers , 2009 Personal Growth, Productivity

The modern workforce is made up of increasing numbers of knowledge professionals: people employed to solve problems, make decisions, and be creative. These people can benefit greatly by understanding the brain’s...

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Stealing the Corner Office Reid, Brendan Career Press , 2014 Leadership Development, Personal Growth

Many people develop their concepts of how success is achieved through the lens of Hollywood rags-to-riches movies, which begin with hard work, include lots of talent and passion, and end with fame and fortune. However...

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The Power of Paradox Schroeder-Saulnier, Deborah The Career Press, Inc. , 2014 Change Management, Innovation

In The Power of Paradox, Deborah Schroeder-Saulnier presents a compelling argument in favor of paradox thinking. She argues that finding balance between paradoxical points of view can provide an...

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Who Kidnapped Excellence? Paul, Henry | Britt, John | Jent, Ed Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc. , 2014 Productivity

Most companies want excellence to be an integral part of their company cultures, but how people perceive excellence at the outset of a new job or company initiative can subtly degrade over time. Both at work and in...

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Personality Power Zichy, Shoya | Bidou, Ann AMACOM , 2013 Personal Growth, Relationships

Shoya Zichy created the personality assessment model known as Color Q, which organizes human behaviors into four basic personality temperaments: Gold, Green, Red, and Blue. In Personality Power,...

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A Culture of Purpose Lueneburger, Christoph HarperBusiness , 2013 Business Strategy

In A Culture of Purpose, Christoph Lueneburger relates how leadership today faces the complex task of building a culture of purpose to power organizations. Pursuing a purpose rooted in commercial...

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