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David Maister - Practice What You Preach: What Managers Must Do To Create A High-achievement Culture
Référence B-511-131
ISBN-10 0743231333
ISBN-13 9780743231336
Format Broché
Pages 224

Livre d'occasion

Practice What You Preach: What Managers Must Do To Create A High-achievement Culture

de David Maister

Édition New edition 2003
Chez Free Press
B Bon
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RÉSUMÉ

In today's highly competitive realm of professional service firms, the quest for individual stardom is at an all-time high. The temptation to rack up the most billable hours and out-perform one's fellow advisers is often irresistible. But it is also shortsighted and terribly counterproductive, according to world-renowned authority and acclaimed author David Maister. In this groundbreaking book, Maister issues a much-needed wake-up call to today's professional service firms. Arguing that a far greater contribution to a firm's success can come from those who find fulfilment in seeing other's succeed rather than those who assume the role of "most valuable player". The author outlines and discusses in detail the nine key "people" issues upon which successfully managed and profitable organisations rely. Supporting his findings with a range of compelling data, Maister demonstrates how and why firms that emphasise the highest standards of employee professionalism are invariably more financially successful than those that don't.

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