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Good Leaders Learn: Lessons from Lifetimes of Leadership

by Gerard Seijts

Featuring thirty-one probing interviews with senior and high-profile leaders, this book pulls important and useful perspectives into a robust theoretical framework that will help readers to build a solid foundation...


Employee Engagement in Theory and Practice

by Catherine Truss, Kerstin Alfes & Rick Delbridge

In recent years there has been a weight of evidence suggesting that engagement has a significantly positive impact on productivity, performance and organisational advocacy, as well as individual wellbeing, and...


The Integration of Employee Assistance, Work/Life, and Wellness Services

by Mark Attridge, Patricia A. Herlihy & R. Paul Maiden

From their roots in the occupational alcohol programs in the 1940s, human services programs within organizations have grown exponentially. However, the seamless integration of each facet of those expanding programs...


Strength-Based Lean Six Sigma: Building Positive and Engaging Business Improvement

by David Shaked

Strength-based Lean Six Sigma is a new way of approaching process improvement that combines the best practices of two established methodologies to generate a new approach in order to help you develop and deliver...


Coaching for Change

by John L. Bennett & Mary Wayne Bush

Coaching for Change introduces a model that shows why coaching is the intervention of choice for driving organization change. The book helps you understand the principles and theories, practices and processes...


Leading with Humility

by Rob Nielsen, Jennifer A. Marrone & Holly S. Ferraro

The media is saturated with images of leaders as powerful, headstrong individuals, who are certain of their position and willing to do whatever it takes to achieve their organizational goals or personal ambitions....


Why Smart Executives Fail: And What You Can Learn from Their Mistakes

by Sydney Finkelstein

It's an all too common scenario: A great company breaks from the pack; the analysts are in love, the smiling CEO appears on the cover of BusinessWeek and Fortune, the stock soars. Two years later, the company...


Leadership Resilience: Lessons for Leaders from the Policing Frontline

by Jonathan Smith & Ginger Charles

Many of the challenges faced by leaders generally are similar to those experienced by police officers. The isolation experienced in leadership roles; the pressure not to show emotion; dealing with confused,...


Creative Conspiracy: The New Rules of Breakthrough Collaboration

by Leigh Thompson

Embracing the Counterintuitive Side of Collaboration

Think of your to-do list at work. Chances are the most important tasks require you to work with others—and the success of those endeavors depends on the...


Interacting and Organizing: Analyses of a Management Meeting

by Francois Cooren

Employs the dual perspectives of organizational communication & language and social interaction (LSI) to analyze a series of board meetings in the film, Corporation: After Mr. Sam. For scholars, researchers,...


Communication as Organizing: Empirical and Theoretical Explorations in the Dynamic of Text and Conversation

by Francois Cooren, James R. Taylor & Elizabeth J. Van Every

Communication as Organizing unites multiple reflections on the role of language under a single rubric: the organizing role of communication. Stemming from Jim Taylor's earlier work, The Emergent Organization:...


The Smart Swarm: How to Work Efficiently, Communicate Effectively, and Make Better Decisions Using the Secrets of Flocks, Schools, and Colonies

by Peter Miller

What ants, bees, fish, and smart swarms can teach about communication, organization, and decision-making.

The modern world may be obsessed with speed and productivity, but twenty-first-century humans actually...


Organizing Through Empathy

by Kathryn Pavlovich & Keiko Krahnke

Empathy dissolves the boundaries between self and others, and feelings of altruism towards others are activated. This process results in more compassionate and caring contexts, as well as helping others in times...


The Transformation of Employment Relations in Europe: Institutions and Outcomes in the Age of Globalization

by Jim Arrowsmith & Valeria Pulignano

Since the 1980s, the process of European economic integration, within a wider context of globalization, has accelerated employment change and placed a new premium on 'flexible' forms of work organization. The...


Managing Complex Projects: Networks, Knowledge and Integration

by Neil Alderman, Chris Ivory & Ian Mcloughlin

Concerned with the management of complex long-term engineering projects, this important volume, of great interest to postgraduate students of business, technology management and engineering, reports on a set...


Judgment and Decision Making at Work

by Scott Highhouse, Reeshad S. Dalal & Eduardo Salas

Employees are constantly making decisions and judgments that have the potential to affect themselves, their families, their work organizations, and on some occasion even the broader societies in which they live....


Organization in Business Management (Rle: Organizations): A Guide for Managers and Potential Managers

by Walter Puckey

This book is written primarily for junior management and discusses some key issues including:

  • the increasing role of technology in business and management
  • individual and group dynamics
  • communication


Freedom and Co-Ordination (Rle: Organizations): Lectures in Business Organization

by Mary Parker Follett

A pioneer in the fields of organizational theory and behaviour Mary Parker Follett authored a number of books and numerous essays, articles and speeches on human relations, political philosophy, psychology and...


Technology and Organization (Rle: Organizations): Power, Meaning and Deisgn

by Harry Scarbrough & J. Martin Corbett

In this important MBA text the authors adopt a highly integrated approach. Using the three conceptual lenses of power, meaning and design they explore fully the many different ways in which technology and organizations...


The Sociology of Work (Rle: Organizations): A Critical Annotated Bibliography

by Parvin Ghorayshi

This reference volume reflects the changing world of work. It includes research on the various dimensions of work, such as the structure of the labour force, labour market segmentation, technology, employment/unemployment,...