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Business Worst Practices: A new best seller?

Dealing with co-workers is a big thing in all organizations today. Being able to depend on the people you work with can make a big difference in whether or not you want to come to work or start looking for another job. The same can be said for organizations and those who manage people. If you are working hard and your boss is not recognizing your efforts, chances are......

Full article >>> as Robert Ringer's best-selling Winning Through Intimidation. There have been a lot of books in between, but I just feel that these two books put things a little better. I would recommend both as to their clear focus on how things really are.

In Ringer's book, he classifies people into three types - Type One, Two, and Three. In O'Leary's book, he classifies people into four types n......

Full article >>> u a team player? I always told people in my classes to answer that interview question with, No.I am a team leader. I told them to pause awhile after saying no, to see if the interviewer would faint, and then say, I'm a team leader. Every organization wants team members and have overemphasized this to a point that they have forgotten that someone has to lead the team.

The trouble with many......

Full article >>> are the organizations and management styles to avoid as they usually are the ones that are ripe for takeover or, in some cases, just ready to expire.

A book titled Worst Practices would be a best seller because so many would be buying it off the shelf in volume to keep their corporate names from becoming synonymous with Enron and WorldCom. What a blow to their over-inflated egos. D......

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Source:wistechnology.com By James Carlini 11/07/06


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