An Applied Behavioral Approach to Employee Achievement and Recognition
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Brooks Mitchell is a professor of management at the University of Wyoming and the founder of two Wyoming-based human resource software companies, Aspen Tree Software and Snowfly Performance Rewards.
Brooks is the author of numerous articles concerning employee selection and motivation. His popular management book, Bet On Cowboys, Not Horses, is an insightful and witty glimpse into the area of employee selection. He is also the author of a significant military history book, Kipling's Error III, They Were Good Americans.
Brooks has been designated a Distinguished Alumnus by Oklahoma State University. He is a popular speaker in the area of human resource management and has been selected a Top Professor five times by the students at the University of Wyoming. He holds a B.A. from Oklahoma State University, an M.B.A. from Southern Methodist University, and a Ph.D. from the University of North Texas.
In this book Dr. Mitchell shows how using scientifically proven principles of behavior can create a high performance culture where people have fun in the process. --Aubrey Daniels, Ph.D.
Author: Brining Out the Best in People Performance Management: Changing Behavior that Drives Organizational Effectiveness
The game-based approach to employee motivation and performance described in this book is not conjecture, but based on one of the biggest databases in the history of applied behavioral science - more than 250 million games played by more than 50,000 workplace game players. This real-world application is a mature and effective affirmation of human behavior, not an experimental trial. --Robert R. Provine, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Author: Laughter: A Scientific Investigation
If you are looking for a fresh approach to workforce motivation, read this book! Through the innovative application of classic human reinforcement principles, Professor Mitchell dos again what he does best - effectively outlines new and effective solution to long standing employee motivation issues. His approach can provide resolution to the improvement of individual and group performance with new technology and procedures. This book is well worth careful examination for employers frustrated with some of the quirks of today's workforce. It is based on sound behavioral science but is different in its approach. More importantly - it works! --John H. Jackson
Professor of Management, University of Wyoming
Author: Human Resource Management: Essential Perspectives. The number one most used Human Resource Text Book
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Book Description Snake River Publishing, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M098156450X