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The Seventh Age of Management

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The Seventh Age of Management by Keith Stanton
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Retention and employee engagement are two of the most talked about challenges that live within the corporate world of today. And despite all the talk, few if any have really solved the issue. The result is constant frustration. The Seventh Age of Management, encapsulates the author's vision for the management of today and tomorrow, moving beyond the add-on management fads that currently epitomise business culture and writing. This book arose from the author's own frustration in observing that, although the messages delivered to management made sense, they were rarely adopted as common practice. When he asked himself, "Why?" he realised that the reason lay in the fact that we are still using management paradigms that were formulated in the nineteenth century. Keith Stanton describes the historical and cultural processes that brought us to where we are to day vis a vis management and business culture, dissects the behaviours that are selling us short in today's transformed workplace and posits a revolutionary new approach to management that will change the way people work and live. This approach is called 'The Votive Process'.
Release date Australia
July 24th, 2007
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
AuthorHouse
Pages
176
Dimensions
152x229x10
ISBN-13
9781434313546
Product ID
1905188

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