|Author:||Bernard Nagle,Perry Pascarella|
|Subcategory:||Management & Leadership|
|Publisher:||Butterworth-Heinemann; 1 edition (October 14, 1997)|
|Other formats:||rtf mbr lrf mobi|
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Nagle and Pascarella are correct in believing that. treating people the right way, with clarity and honesty, turns out to be the best thing for the enterprise. Congressman Jim Talent. Their book salutes leaders who create "value-producing organizations" and "value-builing communities" through their conspicuous regard for others. This book encourages those of us who want to make a little difference every day. It also dares us to be bold and public and exemplary in holding others in conspicuous-and high-regard. Written from experience on the inside of corporations, yet rich with values and insights, it is the most "balanced" look at leadership this year.
Perry Pascarella is a nationally recognized authority on humanistic management, worker motivation, and the role of business in society. Mr. Pascarella has collaborated with such celebrated management experts as Peter Drucker, Tom Peters, and Frederick Herzberg. He lives in the Cleveland area.
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This book encourages those of us who want to make a little difference every day. It also dares us to be bold . Nagle and Pascarella, very successful in their own right, quickly get to the essence of the successful business formula. An Excellent Guide To Making Profit Without Hurting People. It comes down to people! They cover the gamut from "Healing the Wounds of Betrayal," to "Creating a Mindset for Change," to "Building Community from Complexity.
Leveraging People and Profit: The Hard Work of Soft Management Bernard A. Nagle,Perry Pascarella No. .When his third book, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, became a worldwide bestseller in 1964, Le Carre left the foreign service to write full time. Nagle,Perry Pascarella No hay vista previa disponible - 1998. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, which was also adapted to film, featured spymaster George Smiley, who was introduced in Le Carre's first book, Call for the Dead (published in the . as The Deadly Affair) and also appears in A Murder of Quality; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy; The Honorable Schoolboy; and Smiley's People.
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Leveraging people and profit. Includes bibliographical references (p. 197-199) and index.
By Bernard Nagle, Perry Pascarella, Warren G Bennis. This book shows what it means to challenge the routine, be other-centered, and build community. Bernard A. Nagle has over 22 years of executive operations experience in the fields of manufacturing, quality assurance, supply chain management, distribution, strategic planning, and new product development. Perry Pascarella is a nationally recognized authority on humanistic management, worker motivation, and the role of business in society.
Teaching the "hard" stuff - technology, financial analysis, work flow - is the easy part. These topics yield to logic and analysis. The "soft" stuff is the hard part.
Our traditional organizations," the authors state, "are ineffective in dealing with the paradoxes of leveraging both profit and people, of attending to both the hard and soft factors, and meeting the needs of business and society. Teaching the "hard" stuff - technology, financial analysis, work flow - is the easy part.