Care To Compete?: Secrets From America's Best Companies On How To Manage With People--and Profits--in Mind

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Basic Books, Sep 10, 1999 - Business & Economics - 205 pages
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Why do some companies survive—or even thrive—amidst fierce competition and constant change? Hal Rosenbluth and Diane McFerrin Peters go behind the scenes at fifteen of the world's most resilient and innovative companies to reveal how they have met today's most pressing management challenges and how they prepare for tomorrow.
 

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Contents

Design for Speed
11
Human Resources
40
k Maximizing Brainpower
66
Addicted to Learning
97
Activists for
136
8 One World One Company
175
Mind Meld
194
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Hal F. Rosenbluth is CEO of Rosenbluth International, a global travel services firm based in Philadelphia. Recognized as an unconventional and inspirational leader, he joined the company in 1974, becoming the fourth generation to lead the family business.Diane McFerrin Peters was the top communications officer for Rosenbluth International until 1994. She currently consults for Rosenbluth International on special projects. Hal F. Rosenbluth is CEO of Rosenbluth International, a global travel services firm based in Philadelphia. Recognized as an unconventional and inspirational leader, he joined the company in 1974, becoming the fourth generation to lead the family business.Diane McFerrin Peters was the top communications officer for Rosenbluth International until 1994. She currently consults for Rosenbluth International on special projects.

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