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DNA@Work: How the Invisible Building Blocks of Leadership, Innovation, Team Performance, Management and Learning Affect Business and the Workplace

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Just as with humans, the genetics of organisations are unique. DNA is, after all, how we function. Why should it be any different at work? The DNA approach focuses on the glue that holds people and structures together. By uncovering the invisible building blocks or individual blueprint, we can gain a new understanding of what makes organisations ?and people ?tick. DNA @ Work takes a head-on approach to essential concepts in business today, exploring leadership, knowledge, innovation, learning, people, career, money and organisational structures. With a clear focus, the Australian Institute of Management explores the real story behind what ?olds it all together? Contributing authors: * Fred Hilmer * Kate Andrews * Vivienne Anthon * Jill Gray * Christina Turner * Janine Walker * Malcolm Johnson * Melanie O?onnor * Christo Norden-Powers The groundbreaking Management @ Work series uses the lens approach to the world of work in Australia from brand new perspectives. The books borrow from the short story genre to present individual chapters by different authors, each a journey in and of itself. With down-to-earth theory, real-life examples, personal anecdotes, passionate opinion and practical guidelines, the series is a must-read for those wanting to discover more about leadership, self and the art of management. Other titles in the series include: * Love @Work * Speed @ Work

Nyckelord: Management

Utgivare
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Utgivningsår
2006
Språk
en
Utgåva
1
Sidantal
304 sidor
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Format
E-bok
eISBN (ePUB)
9781118319772
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9780731404285

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