How to Build a Space Station

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 8, 2002 - Fiction - 118 pages
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How to Build a Space Station is a parable about two robots - BIZ1 and BIZ2, who are programmed with human emotions as well as sophisticated engineering skills. They go to work for competing companies that are building recreational space stations. Identical prior to delivery, they and we discover that, like people, workplace values impact them dramatically, affect their actions, and influence the quality of their work. Through delightful “human-like” characters, the author light-heartedly examines how workplace values, and the resultant organizational cultures, can shape our lives and impact our sense of well-being. Anyone who works within a team- leaders, managers, organizational development specialists- should read this book and pass it on as fast as you can!

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