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Harvard Business Review on motivating people

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Harvard business review paperback. Publisher: Boston Harvard Business School Press 2003Description: vii, 212 p.ISBN: 9780070254909.Subject(s): Employee motivationDDC classification: 658.314 Summary: Lack of motivation can lead to employee inefficiency and low productivity--not to mention a higher turnover rate. This evergreen collection of Harvard Business Review articles will help managers in struggling companies retain their key workers and create happy working environments. This timeless volume features new and classic articles on leadership, inspiration, compensation, performance measurement, and more. Articles include: HBR on Motivating People; Beyond Empowerment: Building a Company of Citizens by Brook Manville and Josiah Ober; How to Motivate Your Problem People by Nigel Nicholson; One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees? by Frederick Herzberg; Management by Whose Objectives? by Harry Levinson; Power Is the Great Motivator by David C. McClelland and David H. Burnham; The Best-Laid Incentive Plans by Steve Kerr; Moving Mountains by Bronwyn Fryer; and Pygmalion in Management by J. Sterling Livingston. Lack of motivation can lead to employee inefficiency and low productivity--not to mention a higher turnover rate. This evergreen collection of Harvard Business Review articles will help managers in struggling companies retain their key workers and create happy working environments. This timeless volume features new and classic articles on leadership, inspiration, compensation, performance measurement, and more. Articles include: HBR on Motivating People; Beyond Empowerment: Building a Company of Citizens by Brook Manville and Josiah Ober; How to Motivate Your Problem People by Nigel Nicholson; One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees? by Frederick Herzberg; Management by Whose Objectives? by Harry Levinson; Power Is the Great Motivator by David C. McClelland and David H. Burnham; The Best-Laid Incentive Plans by Steve Kerr; Moving Mountains by Bronwyn Fryer; and Pygmalion in Management by J. Sterling Livingston.
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Lack of motivation can lead to employee inefficiency and low productivity--not to mention a higher turnover rate. This evergreen collection of Harvard Business Review articles will help managers in struggling companies retain their key workers and create happy working environments. This timeless volume features new and classic articles on leadership, inspiration, compensation, performance measurement, and more. Articles include: HBR on Motivating People; Beyond Empowerment: Building a Company of Citizens by Brook Manville and Josiah Ober; How to Motivate Your Problem People by Nigel Nicholson; One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees? by Frederick Herzberg; Management by Whose Objectives? by Harry Levinson; Power Is the Great Motivator by David C. McClelland and David H. Burnham; The Best-Laid Incentive Plans by Steve Kerr; Moving Mountains by Bronwyn Fryer; and Pygmalion in Management by J. Sterling Livingston. Lack of motivation can lead to employee inefficiency and low productivity--not to mention a higher turnover rate. This evergreen collection of Harvard Business Review articles will help managers in struggling companies retain their key workers and create happy working environments. This timeless volume features new and classic articles on leadership, inspiration, compensation, performance measurement, and more. Articles include: HBR on Motivating People; Beyond Empowerment: Building a Company of Citizens by Brook Manville and Josiah Ober; How to Motivate Your Problem People by Nigel Nicholson; One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees? by Frederick Herzberg; Management by Whose Objectives? by Harry Levinson; Power Is the Great Motivator by David C. McClelland and David H. Burnham; The Best-Laid Incentive Plans by Steve Kerr; Moving Mountains by Bronwyn Fryer; and Pygmalion in Management by J. Sterling Livingston.

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