Harvard Business Review on Building Personal and Organizational Resilience

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Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation, 2003 - Business & Economics - 188 pages
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This collection of articles looks at the nature of individual and organizational resilience, an issue that has gained special urgency in today's unstable world environment. In the business arena, resilience has found its way onto the list of qualities sought in employees. This collection provides readers with the ability to solve problems without the usual or obvious tools and prepares them to improvise rapid responses to crisis.

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