The book examines the typical workplace environment obtainable across the business world: conservative, patriarchal and largely traditional. This type of workplace structure is provably negative and detrimental in the long run to the culture of any organization.
Written by two proven business managers, Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em was published in 1999 to address the growing issue of employee turnover in various business organizations.
First published in 1991 the book serves as a management manual for executives who wish to get the most out of their employees. The book is an amalgamation of years of research, interviews with over 25000 business managers as to the reason for low productivity in the workplace.
This book, best used as an executive’s guide to transforming his/her business from just okay to exceptional, was first published in 2001.
Written by seasoned, business strategy writer, Eric Chester, the book examines the process the biggest companies in the world take in ensuring their employees remain driven and passionate.
One of the biggest companies on earth, Google is a melting pot of some of the brightest and most innovative people on earth. The challenge of ensuring these employees live up and even exceed their huge potential is a critical and daunting task...
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