The Way We Work: An Encyclopedia of Business Culture

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Regina Fazio Maruca
GREENWOOD Publishing Group Incorporated, 2007 - Business & Economics - 492 pages
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From corner office to 24/7, the world of work has permeated every facet of our culture. "The Way We Work" explores in over 150 A-Z entries, the origins and impact of the concepts, ideas, fads and themes have become part of the business vernacular, shedding linght on the dynamic ways in which business and society both influence and reflect each other. Assessing the evolving business environment in the context of technology development, globalization, and workplace diversity, "The Way We Work" covers the gamut of business-related topics, including Crisis Management, Outsourcing, and Whistleblowing, as well as popular subjects, such as Casual Friday, Feng Shui, and Napster.

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About the author (2007)

Regina Fazio Maruca is a freelance business writer and editor, specializing in marketing, branding, leadership, and organizational culture. Also a Principal at the Center for Executive Development, she has served as a Senior Editor at the Harvard Business Review, reporter and editor at Boston Business Journal, and Associate Managing Editor at New England Business Magazine, and has conducted interviews with high-profile business leaders for Fast Company. Since 2000 she has provided editorial, writing, and research services for authors at such organizations as Harvard Business School, Accenture, the Committee of 200, and Boston University. She is coauthor, with Robert M. Galford, of Your Leadership Legacy and editor of What Managers Say, What Employees Hear (Praeger, 2006).

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