Fish! Tales: Real-Life Stories to Help You Transform Your Workplace and Your Life

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Hyperion, Apr 10, 2002 - Business & Economics - 176 pages
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Fish! told the story of a fictional company which transformed itself by applying lessons learned from Seattles famous Pike Place Fish market. Now, with Fish! Tales, readers can learn how real-life businesses and individuals energized their workplaces--and their lives--by implementing the lessons from Fish! Best of all, the book stands on its own for newcomers to the Fish! philosophy.

Fish! Tales focuses on diverse companies, such as a bustling Sprint regional customer service center, a quiet neuro-surgical unit at a major hospital, and a brilliant car dealership. It features dozens of short takesquick and easy ways to apply the Fish! philosophy right now. And it includes a detailed program with specific steps and action plans.

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Review: Fish! Tales: Real-Life Stories to Help You Transform Your Workplace and Your Life

User Review  - Ankush Agrawal - Goodreads

Hmm though I havent read FISH, this book doesnt make me feel one bit ignorant about it. Completely standalone book. Lovely read. Fuller reveiw on my blog soon Read full review

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User Review  - Shonna Froebel - Goodreads

Really good, much better than I thought. I am already doing some of this and realizing where I need work in some areas. I am trying to make people's day. I am not always in the moment, but I am recognizing that more often. Unlearning some of those habits isn't easy Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Stephen C. Lundin, Ph.D., is a filmmaker, graduate business school professor, and professional speaker. He runs a corporate membership seminar series as part of the Institute for Management Studies and leads the Institute for Creativity and Innovation at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis. He lives in Minnesota.

Harry Paul is currently a full time motivational speaker. He lives in San Diego.

John Christensen, an award-winning filmmaker, lives is Minneapolis. He is now CEO of ChartHouse Learning Corporation, the leading producer of corporate learning films, including Fish!, the video, which has been adopted by thousands of corporations nationwide. He lives in Minnesota.

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