An Everyone Culture

An Everyone Culture

Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization

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37564

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

22.03.2016

Verlag

Harvard Business Review Press

Seitenzahl

336

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800-CEO-READ “Best Business Book for 2016," Longlist

“This book speaks to the heart of what I believe: Our work environments are the perfect learning laboratories. Our focus needs to not just be on individual learning, but also on building the processes, tools, and organizational system for learning to take place—and stick." — Melissa Daimler, Senior Vice President, Talent Acquisition and Development, WeWork

“If you want to stay on the cutting edge of how our culture thinks about work, you might browse Rob Kegan and Lisa Lahey's latest book, An Everyone Culture: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization , which will urge you to measure the meaning of your work not by how much you like or value it, but by how much it makes you grow up, and past the edge of your current limits." — The Advertiser (Australia)

“Could it be that workplaces can become the ultimate forum to help people become greater than they think possible? Read this book to find out." — Conscious Company Magazine

“This book is as much about realizing organisational potential, as it is about realizing human potential. No business leader, at any level, should miss this one." — Fin24 (South Africa)

“Kegan and Laskow thoroughly analyze what they perceive to be the benefits of radical transparency through case studies on hedge fund giant Bridgewater, ecommerce company Next Jump, and real estate company Decurion." — Business Insider (businessinsider.com), Summer Reading List

“Kegan and Lahey (Harvard Univ.) incorporate adult-developmental theory to enhance organizational profitability, improve honesty in communications, reduce political maneuvering, and increase solutions to intractable problems." — Choice magazine

“Rather than seeking competitive advantage in a company's products or strategy...Kegan, Lahey, and their colleagues believe an edge can be found in the ability of corporations to develop adults as humans....they develop the argument by parachuting us into three existing DDOs, all of which serve as highly effective, day-in-the-life case studies." — strategy+business magazine

“Some fascinating ideas about how to create an organizational culture that fits the 21st century." — Inc.

“Their jottings and anecdotes draw you in, to join them in peering over the edge of what might just be a management revolution." — Forbes

“A bold approach, one that requires a longer view of success and the patience to accept stumbles... any person and any company can learn from the thinking behind the DDO concept." — Chicago Tribune

“The lessons from those companies combined with the theory of Kegan and Lahey provide an exciting portrait of what's possible, and hopefully what's coming, in the workplace." — 800 CEO READ

“Kegan and Lahey provide a fundamental look into a different type of organization that is both challenging and rewarding...an approachable and easy read that's perfect for anyone interested in learning about an alternative take on people development and organizational culture." — TD magazine (Association for Talent Development)

ADVANCE PRAISE for An Everyone Culture :

Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director, McKinsey & Company—
“ An Everyone Culture is founded upon a simple yet powerful insight: that the best way to unleash an organization's power is to realize the full potential of its individual employees. Kegan and Lahey highlight companies that focus on the continuous development of all employees and explain the steps needed to build this kind of ‘deliberately developmental' culture. In a world that's changing faster than ever, and where Millennials are demanding jobs with development opportunities, leaders cannot afford to miss this book."

Gary Hamel, professor, London Business School—
“ An Everyone Culture is the most provocative recasting of human and

Details

Verkaufsrang

37564

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

22.03.2016

Verlag

Harvard Business Review Press

Seitenzahl

336

Maße (L/B/H)

20.8/13.9/2.5 cm

Gewicht

570 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-1-62527-862-3

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