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Free agent nation : the future of working for yourself

Author: Daniel H Pink
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [New ed.]View all editions and formats
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Widely acclaimed for its engaging style and provocative perspective, this book has helped thousands transform their working lives. Now the paperback edition features a comprehensive 30-page resource  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel H Pink
ISBN: 0446678791 9780446678797
OCLC Number: 50440957
Notes: New for this edition: 31-page resource guide.
Description: 386 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Welcome to Free Agent Nation --
1. Bye, Bye, Organization Guy --
2. How Many Are There? : The Numbers and Nuances of Free Agency --
3. How Did It Happen? : The Four Ingredients of Free Agency --
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pt. 2. The Free Agent Way --
4. The New Work Ethic --
5. The New Employment Contract --
6. The New Time Clock --
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pt. 3. How (and Why) Free Agency Works --
7. Small Groups, Big Impact : Reinventing Togetherness in Free Agent Nation --
8. Getting Horizontal : The Free Agent Org Chart and Operating System --
9. The Free Agent Infrastructure --
10. Matchmakers, Agents, and Coaches --
11. Free Agent Families --
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pt. 4. Free Agent Woes --
12. Roadblocks on Free Agent Avenue : Health Insurance, Taxes, and Zoning --
13. Temp Slaves, Permatemps, and the Rise of Self-Organized Labor --
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pt. 5. The Free Agent Future --
14. E-tirement : Free Agency and the New Old Age --
15. School's Out : Free Agency and the Future of Education --
16. Location, Location ... Vocation : Free Agency and the Future of Offices, Homes, and Real Estate --
17. Putting the "I" in IPO : The Path Toward Free Agent Finance --
18. A Chip Off the Old Voting Bloc : The New Politics of Free Agency --
19. What's Left : Free Agency and the Future of Commerce, Careers, and Community --
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The Official Free Agent Nation Resourse Guide --
App. Results of the Free Agent Nation Online Census.
Responsibility: Daniel H. Pink.
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"Warning: This book may make you rethink your career."--CNN "A delight."--Financial Times "Provocative."--New York Times "As beautifully written as it is profoundly prophetic... the best book on work Read more...

 
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