Fun Works: Creating Places Where People Love to Work

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ReadHowYouWant.com, 2009 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
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Fun Works is a wonderfully written book. It has everything a business book reader wants. Solid principles, excellent stories to illustrate the point, and action tips about putting each into practice. You can even take the ''Fun/Work Fusion Inventory'' to test your own fun quotient and see if you're still in the horse and buggy days or are now up with the times, of bringing your whole self to work. And with this updated version, Leslie even follows up on the original stories to bring us current with each case example. You might be tempted to hide this book in your briefcase for fear that your boss might think you're trying to figure out creative ways to goof off at work. Instead, I recommend that you place it proudly on the top of your desk for all to see, letting them know that you are serious about creating a place where people love to work---Jim Kouzes The Leadership Challenge
 

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Contents

Creating the FunWork Fusion
1
The Case for Integrating Fun and Work
2
The FunWork Fusion Principles
22
PRINCIPLE ONE
23
PRINCIPLE TWO
49
PRINCIPLE THREE
78
PRINCIPLE FOUR
110
PRINCIPLE FIVE
135
Activating the FunWork Fusion
315
Opening Our Minds and Letting Fun Happen
316
Putting Fun to the Test
332
The FunWork Fusion Inventory
333
PRINCIPLE ONE
335
PRINCIPLE TWO
336
PRINCIPLE THREE
337
PRINCIPLE FOUR
338

PRINCIPLE SIX
165
PRINCIPLE SEVEN
193
PRINCIPLE EIGHT
225
PRINCIPLE NINE
251
PRINCIPLE TEN
275
PRINCIPLE ELEVEN
296
PRINCIPLE FIVE
339
PRINCIPLE SIX
340
PRINCIPLE SEVEN
341
PRINCIPLE EIGHT
342
PRINCIPLE NINE
343
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Yerkes is President of Catalyst Consulting Group, an organizational development/change management consulting firm in Cleveland, Ohio.

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