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Lean Human Resources: Redesigning HR Processes for a Culture of Continuous Improvement, Second Edition
By Cheryl M. Jekiel
This book addresses a critical issue facing organisations undertaking lean transformation or attempting to create a lean culture of continuous improvement. People are the single biggest factor necessary to ensure success, but it is common for the role of the HR department to be overlooked.
By Richard A. Moran
Trump @ Work is about the unprecedented impact that Donald Trump and his Presidency and style has had on attitudes and perceptions of leadership and management. This book brings a unique perspective about what has changed and what has not changed through humorous and true "bullets" and observations.
By Daniel M. Bruder
Culture, Strategy, Execution. These three components forge the path to realized potential. The Blendification® System breaks down and rebuilds these core concepts within your company's DNA, setting the foundation for an energizing, engaging, and impactful organization.
By Sean T. Ryan
Based on Sean Ryan’s consulting and training, this book shows you how to align your goals with your strategy, make sure you stay on track, and identify the critical behaviors and actions that will drive performance. Only 10% to 25% of organizations get it right when it comes to achieving the expected results from their strategic planning, this book will make sure you are not wasting time on the things that don't matter.
By Hugh R. Alley
This book is an entertaining and hopeful story about the very difficult transition from being one of the crew to directing the crew. It shows those new to management that Front-line leadership skills are not too complicated to learn and will help you solve real world problems. It explains how to look after the mission of the company AND look after your people – doing only one is not an option.