The Idea-Driven Organization
Unlocking the Power in Bottom-Up Ideas
Some businesses use front line worker ideas to help profits skyrocket- how do they do it?By Alan G. Robinson and Dean Schroeder Read by Walter Dixon Business Development / Business & Investing / Nonfiction`strong> English, Unabridged 5h 30m Sell Sheet
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|5 Audio CDs||December 1, 2015||$39.99||$29.99||9781682620083||Add to Cart|
|1 MP3 CDs||December 1, 2015||$24.99||$14.99||9781682620090||Add to Cart|
In this follow-up to their bestseller Ideas Are Free, Alan G. Robinson and Dean M. Schroeder show how to align every part of an organization around generating and implementing employee ideas and offer dozens of examples of what a tremendous competitive advantage this can offer. Their advice will enable leaders to build the kind of idea-driven organization capable of implementing 50 to 100 or more ideas per employee per year. Every organization today is being pressed to do more with less. But cutting wages and benefits and pushing people to work harder with fewer resources can go only so far. With Robinson and Schroeder's advice, you can unleash a constant stream of great ideas that will strengthen every facet of your organization.
As leaders, we need to create an environment that effectively draws employee ideas out and empowers implementation. The Idea-Driven Organization provides a practical map on how to get there. - Jeff Nagel, CEO, NBTY Inc.
We're at the end of the age of being able to do more with less based on tired old management models and thinking. To thrive in the new era, organizations will need to be idea driven. Fortunately, Robinson and Schroeder have written a must-read guide for leaders looking to make this transformation. - Chip R. Bell, Coautho, Knock Your Socks Off Serv. and Managers as Mentors
To succeed in business today, it is absolutely essential that you tap into the ideas, creativity, and innovation of every member of your team. Working with companies around the world, I have seen that one of the greatest roadblocks to their success is a failure to truly get the most possible value from their talent. I am extremely impressed with this book and have recommended it to many of my clients. The authors lay out a superb blueprint, with lots of tools and examples, for creating an idea-driven organization. This is one of those rare must-read books. - John Spence, author of Awesomely Simple