Results: Keep What's Good, Fix What's Wrong and Unlock Great Performance

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SPECIFICATION:
  • Publisher : Jaico Publishing House
  • By: Gary L. Neilson (Author), Bruce A. Pasternack (Author)
  • Binding : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Edition : 2007
  • Pages :  316 pages
  • Size : : 20 x 14 x 4 cm
  • ISBN-13 : 978-8126514366

DESCRIPTION:

Just as you can understand an individual's personality, so too can you understand a company's type, what makes it tick, what's good and bad about it. Results explains why some organizations bob and weave and roll with the punches to consistently deliver on commitments and produce great results, while others can't leave their corner of the ring without tripping on their own shoelaces. Gary Neilson and Bruce Pasternak help you identify which of the seven company types you work for and how to keep what's good and fix what's wrong:

  • Passive-Aggressive (everyone agrees, smiles and nods, but nothing changes): Entrenched underground resistance makes getting anything done like trying to nail jelly to the wall
  • Fits and Starts (let 1,000 flowers bloom): Filled with smart people pulling in different directions
  • Outgrown (the good old days meet a brave new world): Reacts slowly to market developments, since it's too hard to run new ideas up the flagpole
  • Over managed (we're from corporate and we're here to help): More reporting than working, as managers check on their subordinates' work so they can in turn report to their bosses
  • Just in Time (succeeding, but by the skin of our teeth): Can turn on a needle and create real breakthroughs but also tends to burn out its best and brightest
  • Military Precision (flying in formation): Executes brilliant strategies but usually does not deal well with events not in the script
  • Resilient (as good as it gets): Flexible, forward looking and fun, bounces back when it hits a bump in the road and never, ever rests on its laurels

                        Description

                        SPECIFICATION:
                        • Publisher : Jaico Publishing House
                        • By: Gary L. Neilson (Author), Bruce A. Pasternack (Author)
                        • Binding : Paperback
                        • Language : English
                        • Edition : 2007
                        • Pages :  316 pages
                        • Size : : 20 x 14 x 4 cm
                        • ISBN-13 : 978-8126514366

                        DESCRIPTION:

                        Just as you can understand an individual's personality, so too can you understand a company's type, what makes it tick, what's good and bad about it. Results explains why some organizations bob and weave and roll with the punches to consistently deliver on commitments and produce great results, while others can't leave their corner of the ring without tripping on their own shoelaces. Gary Neilson and Bruce Pasternak help you identify which of the seven company types you work for and how to keep what's good and fix what's wrong:

                        • Passive-Aggressive (everyone agrees, smiles and nods, but nothing changes): Entrenched underground resistance makes getting anything done like trying to nail jelly to the wall
                        • Fits and Starts (let 1,000 flowers bloom): Filled with smart people pulling in different directions
                        • Outgrown (the good old days meet a brave new world): Reacts slowly to market developments, since it's too hard to run new ideas up the flagpole
                        • Over managed (we're from corporate and we're here to help): More reporting than working, as managers check on their subordinates' work so they can in turn report to their bosses
                        • Just in Time (succeeding, but by the skin of our teeth): Can turn on a needle and create real breakthroughs but also tends to burn out its best and brightest
                        • Military Precision (flying in formation): Executes brilliant strategies but usually does not deal well with events not in the script
                        • Resilient (as good as it gets): Flexible, forward looking and fun, bounces back when it hits a bump in the road and never, ever rests on its laurels

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