First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Part I: Why Work From The Core?: 1. The Paths to Learning, Self-Mastery, and Organizational Success; Part II: Ten Paths To Self-Mastery: 2. Determining Your Own Core Types, 3. The Ten Core Types in the Workplace: The Innocent, The Orphan, The Seeker, The Jester, The Caregiver, The Warrior, The Magician, The Ruler, The Lover, The Sage; Part III: Ten Forms of Organizational Culture: The Innocent Organization, The Orphan Organization, The Seeker Organization, The Jester Organization, The Caregiver Organization, The Warrior Organization, The Magician Organization, The Ruler Organization, The Lover Organization, The Sage Organization; Part IV: Riding the Waves of Change: 6. The Dynamic Forces of Change: Sustenance, Destruction, Creation 7. Personal and Corporate Wisdom in a World of Change; Epilogue; Appendix A. The Elements of Success; Appendix B. How We and Our Organizations Really Learn; Appendix C. The Five-Part Learning Model; Index
. . .provides readers with a snapshot of themselves and their workplaces, and gives a blueprint for how to adapt in a future filled with change. -The Midwest Book Review