Culture Shock: A Handbook For 21st Century Business

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Wiley, Oct 4, 2012 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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Will McInnes has nailed it. Inspiringand comprehensive,Culture Shockis aspirational future thinking withits feet firmly on the ground’
Jemima Kiss, Digital Media correspondent, TheGuardian


Join the work-place revolution

There's a revolution afoot . . . don't be left behind. A newdawn has broken. Business has changed profoundly—fueled byaggressively advancing technology and a volatile global economy. Sowhy has most business culture remained unchanged? Mostorganizations are closed, secretive, siloed, slow to change, anddeeply hierarchical. It's time to shock these cultures. Let's burnup the old and start something new.

The wonderfully inspiring Will McInnes is here to make achange—he wants us all to work in places that are supportive,open, conducive to creativity, motivating, and fun. In this book hemaps out brilliant ways to create an uplifting work culture. Learnto create a more open, democratic, and productive workplace

  • Packed with real-world examples and backed up by facts
  • Step-by-step, practical framework with actionable tasks to helpyou transform the way you work for the better

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About the author (2012)

Will McInnes is the co- founder and managing director of Nixon McInnes, (www.nixonmcinnes.co.uk) one of the hottest online marketing and social consultancy companies in the UK. Nixon McInnnes is one of the 40 most democratic businesses in the world, and one of only two UK companies to sit in the top 100 as certified by WorldBlu, a non-proft organization that promotes democratic companies and helps create democratic workplaces.

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