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Author: Philip R Harris
Publisher: Amherst, MA : HRD Press, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This book is a reference for leading-edge managers approaching the 21st century: a comprehensive guide to the new work culture. New Work Culture deals with organizational transformation challenges, perspectives on the new work environment, human resource development in the metaindustrial work scene, and strategies to exercise leadership in high-tech corporations. This is an ideal resource for everyone from the MBA  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip R Harris
ISBN: 0874254205 9780874254204
OCLC Number: 48580076
Description: xxx, 656 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword / Stephen H. Rhinesmith --
Preface --
Acknowledgments --
About the author --
Unit 1. HRD challenges in organizational transformation. Chapter 1. Getting ready today for tomorrow's organizations --
Chapter 2. The impact of culture on organizational behavior --
Chapter 3. The new organizational rationale and identity --
Chapter 4. Changing organizational purposes and standards --
Chapter 5. Transforming organizational look and style --
Chapter 6. Revolutionizing organizational processes and activities --
Chapter 7. Transforming organizational communications --
Chapter 8. The emerging technological work culture --
Unit 2. New work culture perspectives. Chapter 9. Transforming work, organizations, and management --
Chapter 10. Creating the new work culture --
Chapter 11. Venturing in entrepreneurialism and innovation --
Chapter 12. Remaking roles in automated enterprises --
Chapter 13. Realizing the potential of robotics --
Unit 3. HRD in the metaindustrial work environment. Chapter 14. Changing career development patterns --
Chapter 15. Transforming organizational relationships --
Chapter 16. Transforming organizational recognition and rewards --
Chapter 17. Developing organizational potential --
Chapter 18. Advancing human resource development through new technologies --
Unit 4. New human resource leadership strategies. Chapter 19. Managing for high performance --
Chapter 20. Managing effectively through teams --
Chapter 21. Managing effectively by networking --
Chapter 22. Promoting employee and executive wellness --
Chapter 23. Succeeding in personal, role, and work transitions --
Chapter 24. Succeeding through transformational management --
Epilogue --
Glossary --
Selected references.
Responsibility: Philip Robert Harris.

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This book is a reference for leading-edge managers approaching the 21st century: a comprehensive guide to the new work culture. New Work Culture deals with organizational transformation challenges, perspectives on the new work environment, human resource development in the metaindustrial work scene, and strategies to exercise leadership in high-tech corporations. This is an ideal resource for everyone from the MBA student to executives to HRD managers, providing a roadmap to the new work environment in the Information Society.

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