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Explains how the revolution in the American workplace will affect workers at all levels, and predicts that corporate streamlining will allow greater worker discretion
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With work dominating most people's lives, this excellent book about the future of the American workplace should attract considerable interest. Boyett and Conn, both management consultants, project how an increasingly global and competitive economy will influence the job culture in many organizations. In the 21st century successful companies will demand high quality, better service, faster innovation and greater employee responsibility. The authors also profile organizations that already seem to be meeting the global challenge, such as Harley-Davidson, Sara Lee, and Wal-Mart. While this book is not intended as a blueprint on how to increase employee productivity, the many examples of workplace innovation it offers suggest what areas such efficiency-enhancing efforts should address. Recommended for management and business collections.
- Gene R. Laczniak, Marquette Univ., Milwaukee
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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