1 edition of The 2020 workplace found in the catalog.
The 2020 workplace
Jeanne C. Meister
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Twenty-twenty workplace, Two thousand twenty workplace|
|Statement||Jeanne C. Meister and Karie Willyerd|
|LC Classifications||HF5549.5.R44 M45 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||294 p. :|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||2009045458|
a daily planner + goal-setting workbook plus tools to help you do the work. At Work in Shape your organization for the future by measuring workforce needs, analyzing trends and being open to new working relationships. #Adrienne FoxAuthor: Adrienne Fox.
Business Books Review: The Workplace Authors Jeanne C. Meister and Karie Willyerd describe ways companies can attract and retain innovative thinkers. The Workplace Book: Our new book, “The Workplace,” was released in May, We believe the workplace of tomorrow is being shaped today, driven primarily by globalization, the introduction of new ways of working, the usage of emerging technologies, and the shifting demographics of the workforce.
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The Workplace, by Meister and Willyerd, is an amazingly relevant business book for any executive looking to identify, engage and retain a broad based talent pool on which to grow their business.
Its style is clear and accessible and the messages are by: The Workplace, by Meister and Willyerd, is an amazingly relevant business book for any executive looking to identify, engage and retain a broad based talent pool on which to grow their business.
Its style is clear and accessible and the messages are direct/5(34). The workplace book is a limited horizons canning exercise on how transparency, collaboration, personalization, and hyper connectivity intertwine well in organizations. Trends describe are currently happening and may develop fully and mainstream in the near future/5(29).
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This version is the BLACK BOOKBOARD COVER and includes dates for JAN - DEC “The Workplace Summary” In the coming years, the managers will confront a big test: to recruit, retain, motivate and inspire employees of all ages and backgrounds in a rapidly changing work environment.
Soon, ﬁve generations will all work together, from maturing Traditionalists and Baby Boomers to The Generation.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate getAbstract Book Review: Workplace Corporate learning professionals Jeanne C. Meister and Karie Willyerd bravely predict the nature of the workplace in despite the current white-hot pace of change – or, perhaps, because of it.
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InMillennials (born between and Author: Erin Binney. According to the workplace theory, over 36% of the workforce will consist of people born after the baby boomer generation. This fact alone means that the workplace can change dramatically, facing the collision of generations, but at the same time will boast a more diverse workforce.
and workplaces. This faultless book’s revelations are fascinating and, for older workers, utterly unnerving. (As they prepare to take the stage, Millennials will love it.) Are you audacious enough for the new world.
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Meister and Karie Willyerd bravely predict the nature of the workplace in despite the current white-hot pace of change – or, perhaps, because of it. They base their bold prognostications on two global surveys, one asking 2, working professionals what they want from their employers and the other asking employers how they are preparing for the future.8/10().