An organisation's culture either gives it a competitive advantage or a competitive disadvantage. That is why managers are putting more and more emphasis on getting their organisation's culture right. This book includes a series of exercises that can help managers analyse and make their organisation's culture a powerful driver of success.
Presents an anthology of twenty-one ideas which can change the way people see their world and help them to organize it better. This title contains anecdotes, commentary and questions which challenge the reader and help them apply each idea to their particular situation whether they work in a large corporation, a school, a hospital or a restaurant.
Conceived by Chris Grey and written to get you thinking, the "Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap" series offers an informal, conversational, accessible yet sophisticated and critical overview of what you find in conventional textbooks.
In the complex and global economy it's more important than ever that we recognize and respond to the need for employees to bring their authentic selves to work. This book works beyond the limited remit of authentic leadership and shows how this concept can and should be applied to your workforce.
Organizational Stress reviews research in the field of organizational stress, and reflects upon what the research tells us about the current and future state of the workplace and its impact on the health of all employees.
Ian Brooks presents a succinct, focused and rigorous introduction to organisational behaviour, offering coverage of the main theories, and linking these theories to the practicalities of organisational problems.