The Best Robot Wins: It Ain't Personal, It's Just Business

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INSPIRE, 2021 - Religion - 216 pages
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Business is a machine, and ultimately the best robot wins. Today's trend is to believe that everything in business rises and falls on leadership, but where is the strategy in that approach? Encompassing both strategy and leadership are the four basic elements that are the bedrock to business management: planning, leading, organizing, and control. Artificial intelligence and the robot revolution have created the need for an evolution of these vintage management principles. Whether you are a task-oriented or a people-oriented leader, Krystal Parker, former executive for a Fortune 200 publicly traded oil and gas company, believes that any leader who wants to construct the best machine must align human workers, processes, and systems with their enterprise's mission, vision, and values. This is where and how the best robot wins!

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Krystal Parker is a former executive for a Fortune 200 publicly traded oil and gas company. She has over twenty-five years of experience in organizational management, leading hundreds of union and non-union employees to provide J. D. Power, award-winning customer service to more than 2.1 million customers across the U.S. In addition to a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's in marketing, Parker advanced her education at Harvard Business School for senior executive leaders focusing on innovation, globalization, and leadership diversity. As a certified DISC behavioral specialist, trainer, speaker, and coach, she opened a boutique consulting company, Intent & Impact, to help companies increase profit, reduce turnover, and enhance employee engagement. Krystal is a professor at the graduate and undergraduate levels. She is also the president of the United States and Central Florida Christian Chambers of Commerce.

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