Creating An "open Book" Organization-- Where Employees Think & Act Like Business Partners

Creating An "open Book" Organization-- Where Employees Think & Act Like Business Partners

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Supplies practical guidelines for transforming a company into an "open book" organization, one in which employees, like partners, receive full information about the business and are rewarded based on results. Discusses concepts in employee empowerment and education, and shows how to design incentive compensation plans to motivate employees, drawing on real-world case histories. Contains many checklists, samples forms, and charts. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Blackwell North Amer
Can employees really become business partners who are fully empowered and creatively compensated? Can they make the leap from a job mentality to an ownership mentality - going beyond old notions of "employee involvement" to actively focus their efforts and energy on the profitability, growth, and cash position of the company?
The answer is a resounding yes, and those seeking to achieve the superb competitive advantage of an "open book" organization will find all the inspiration and tools they need in these pages.
In Creating an "Open Book" Organization, Thomas J. McCoy provides the first how-to, hands-on model for this revolutionary new way of managing. By following his step-by-step guidelines and studying his enlightening examples, you'll learn how to transform your company into a high-performance culture - one in which all employees, like partners, receive strategic and financial information about the business and rewards based on results.
A rich workbook of proven practices and ideas, Creating an "Open Book" Organization delivers an integrated approach that you can begin using today as a blueprint for transformation.
You'll also discover a wealth of real-world examples, checklists, graphs, and charts to help facilitate your efforts and get you up to speed quickly.

Publisher: New York : AMACOM, ©1996
ISBN: 9780585025865
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 300 pages) : illustrations


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