Driving Change: The Ups Approach to Business
For the first time ever, one of the "World's Most Admired" companies opens its doors for a fascinating, lively, and most of all instructive look at how it does business We see them everywhere -- those brown trucks with the golden logo, the drivers delivering their share of 14 million parcels handled daily. To most of us, UPS is a reliable fact of life. But to well-informed businesspeople, Big Brown is a company to emulate. Quietly and steadfastly, UPS has earned a reputation as one of the leading companies in America, known as much for its innovative practices as its skill in creating satisfied customers and employees. Just in time for the company's hundredth anniversary, UPS has allowed authors Mike Brewster and Fred Dalzell unprecedented access to their facilities, their workers, and their history -- including their mistakes. What emerges are clear-cut lessons from which any business can benefit. Driving Change is an enlightening, absorbing, and dynamic account of a company at the very fulcrum of global commerce.
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Review: Driving Change: The UPS Approach to BusinessUser Review - Melanie - Goodreads
I enjoyed this far more than I expected to, especially the first half that is more focused on the earlier years of the company. I didn't really have a reason to read it (other than finding it in a box ... Read full review
Review: Driving Change: The UPS Approach to BusinessUser Review - Goodreads
Fascinating book about a fascinating organization. Really touches on UPS's history, and it's ability to reinvent itself, and inclination to do so before being forced to. Also I really enjoyed learning ...
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