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Presents a people-centered philosophy for making businesses world-class. In a talkative, accessible style, the author discusses the constantly changing nature of today's corporate landscape, his management style that focuses on both personal and business relationships, and planning for the future today. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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The best ideas in business today-from the master of simplicity: Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager Ken Blanchard, one of the best selling business authors of all time, and Terry Waghorn have a message for you: Your Organization is dying. But there's time to do something about it, though the fuse is burning. to stay alive in the short run, you must improve quality, profits, and customer service. Blanchard and Waghorn tell you how. But is that enough? No! Before you know it, your present organization may become obsolete, unless it is being recreated for the future. Managing your present organization while you're creating a world-class future-that's your mission-should you and your organization choose to accept it. Blanchard and Waghorn say, Mission Possible!!! something about it,From Booklist:
Blanchard, author of the best-selling One Minute Manager (1982), insists that for today's businesses to remain viable, managers must be "working on the present and the future of [their] organizations at the same time." His latest book is built around that central thesis. For managers to put this concept into practice, Blanchard offers three important premises: success in business is based on the creative use of untapped human energy, tapping into this resource requires managers to make partners of the people who work for them, and making people partners requires that they are meaningfully engaged "in either improving the present operation of the organization or creating its future." In elucidating his ideas, Blanchard brings into the discussion numerous specific examples and many words of wisdom from other management gurus. His logic makes sense; leaders need to pay attention. Based on his reputation and heavy publisher promotion, expect high demand. Brad Hooper
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