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HOW TO BUILD A FIRE uses the metaphor of fire building as the literary (and sometimes dramatic) way of explaining promulgation of change within the organization. The aim of the book’s metaphorical fire building is to carry out what we talked about in VALUE P
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by Billie
5 months 1 week ago
VALUE+, EMPLOYEES AS VALUERS. This book is the second in a series written expressly for our corporate, organizational and global clients. In recent years, topics of great import both to the field of organizational psychology and to the betterment of organizations have surfaced during the course of my firm's work.

In each case the issues were of extraordinary and immediate import to the continued efficacy of corporations in the 21st Century. And as such have prompted incorporation of technical descriptions of the focus issue as well as organizational strategies and remedies into one of our easy-to-access SmallBooks®. The first in the series is ALL THE MOVING PARTS: ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT. The book, originally written at the request of our corporate clients, deals specifically with the need for companies and organizations undergoing change to incorporate all changes under the rubric of a macro-change orientation. ALL THE MOVING PARTS describes why this must be so.

VALUE+ addresses a different but related organizational issue. Organizations today struggle with attempts at engaging their employees in the business and direction of the company. And, by the way, use of the term "employee" connotes the inclusion of both management as well as line employees in the intent of the discussion. It is very difficult and often daunting for corporate and organizational leaders to gain support of their employees in valuing business enterprise and in responding with serious purpose to the requirements of business responsibilities and corporate articulation.

For the first time in the 21st Century, the VALUE+ of ADDING VALUE THROUGH EMPLOYEES opens the chapter on the topic and offers courageous and insightful approaches along with easy-to-follow strategies for those who care about organizations and who are dedicated to their survival.
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by Billie
8 months 1 week ago

The conventional wisdom is that people resist change but, in actuality, nothing could be farther from the organizational truth. Every day, people at all levels adjust to the competition, economy, technology, weather, new employees, unexpected successes, unexpected failures, and many other daily intrusions. People actually tackle change quite well. After all, what choice do they have?

Author Billie Blair, has created examples from her research and practical experience which helps us all understand why change occurs, how it is helped or hindered, and what has to happen concurrently and sequentially. These are the “MOVING PARTS,” a metaphor created to describe the inner workings of the change engine.
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by Billie
22 hours 46 minutes ago
A Strategic Guide To Organizational Change Management
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by Billie
6 months 1 week ago
Daily Management Lessons From Living with Four Dogs.

Dogs are great managers – of their fellows as well as of their humans. They also believe in fairness and good fellowship. The best source for learning about management on a daily basis is to observe the actions of dogs. They'll teach the needed information about good management techniques – and they'll do this with grace and good humor.
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by Billie
3 weeks 1 day ago

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