Outlines the technique of "positive structuring," a method for the enhancement of problem-solving skills, creativity, and adaptability
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g marketplaces, economic upheavals, and a diversified population, people must change to survive in the business world of the 21st century. Corporate psychologist Martha Sinetar, author of the bestseller Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow shows how to access creative thinking to survive the coming power shifts. HC: Villard.From Library Journal:
As we move from the 20th century to the 21st, it is apparent that current problem-solving techniques are no longer effective and cannot be universally applied. According to Sinetar ( Do What You Love, the Money Will Follow , LJ 5/1/87), in the future we must be more creative in our approach to crises. She introduces "positive structuring" techniques, which provide the groundwork for innovative problem-solving methods that encourage people to think, have an unflappable attitude toward chaos, and escape the tyranny of habit. This is a provocative philosophy that has its application in business as well as everyday life. Recommended for large libraries. --Gail Wood, Montgomery Coll. Lib., Germantown, Md.
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Book Description Villard, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0679401059
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