Unblocking Your Organization
Most work is accomplished through organizations, whether industrial, commercial, public sector or not-for-profit. And within the organizations, this book argues, it is people who hold the key to success, because only people can provide the creative element that drives an enterprise along. The authors set out to help to identify and channel the latent strengths in people to the benefit of both the individual concerned and the organizations for which they work. They describe 14 blockages that can prevent an organization from reaching its full potential and explain how to overcome each of them.
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