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Life and Work Express: Life and Work 10.01

Life and Work Express: Life and Work 10.01

David Firth

ISBN: 978-1-841-12390-5 March 2000 Capstone 116 Pages




Fast track route to getting your life-work balance right

Covers all the key aspects of the work-home-self triangle, from knowing when and how to say 'no' and trusting your intuition to setting compelling goals and loose boundaries

Packed with lessons and tips from well balanced companies, including SAS, Ernst & Young and Capital One, and ideas from life-work gurus such as Daryl Conner, Charles Handy, Richard Pascale and Ed Schein

Includes a glossary of key concepts and a comprehensive resources guide

ExpressExec is a unique business resource of one hundred books. These books present the best current thinking and span the entire range of contemporary business practice. Each book gives you the key concepts behind the subject and the techniques to implement the ideas effectively, together with lessons from benchmark companies and ideas from the world's smartest thinkers.

ExpressExec is organised into ten core subject areas making it easy to find the information you need:

01 Innovation
02 Enterprise
03 Strategy
04 Marketing
05 Finance
06 Operations and Technology
07 Organizations
08 Leading
09 People
10 Life and Work

ExpressExec is a perfect learning solution for people who need to master the latest business thinking and practice quickly.

ExpressExec Set

This item: Life and Work Express: Life and Work 10.01

Knowledge Management: Organizations 07.05

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Purchased Together:$1,107.99

Introduction to Express Exec

Introduction to Life and Work

What is Life and Work?

The Evolution of Life and Work

The E-Dimension

The Global Dimension

The State of the Art

In Practice: Life and Work Success Stories

Key Concepts and Thinkers


Ten Steps to Getting the Best out of Life and Work

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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