Why work: motivating and leading the new generation
Based on seven years of research and more than four hundred interviews, this survey of today's young professionals reveal changing attitudes toward work, new innovative styles of leadership, and a desire for more expansive, opportunitistic positions
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INTRODUCTION A THEORY FOR OUR TlME
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