Recreating the Workplace: The Pathway to High Performance Work Systems

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O. Wight Publications, 1993 - Industrial management - 279 pages
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Advance Praise for Recreating the Workplace "Creating a team-driven culture, focused on results, will yield a significant competitive advantage for companies whose leaders have the courage and tenacity to embark on this path. Recreating the Workplace is an exceptional resource that provides a roadmap filled with practical, actionable ideas and information." Barry F. Culkin, President, Boston Whaler "Recreating the Workplace is well worth the read. It provides a wealth of material for managers and leaders alike. The Transformation Pathway will surely be the approach adopted in most organizations to meet the changes that will increasingly confront us in the years to come." Alan E. Williams, Training & Development Manager, Monsanto Europe "An excellent resource, full of history, examples, and practical guidelines for those just starting or those well on their way to redesigning their organizations to High Performing Work Systems." Barbara Feldman, Manager, Organization Development, Coming, Inc. "Recreating the Workplace applies timeless principles of successful change implementation to the art of launching team-based organizations." Jeanne Hazell and Bob Willard, Leadership Development Empowered Team, IBM Canada "Straight talk about high performance teams. Recreating the Workplace is filled with a multitude of experiences from a cross-section of American businesses that have embarked on the path of high performance systems. More importantly, Rayner outlines what to expect if work continues to be designed in a traditional manner in the rapidly changing business environment. If high performance teams are in your future, then read this book." Bruce Ellis, Manager, AT&T University of Sales Excellence

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