Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Labor & employment
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2011-01-31
ISBN: 
9780779834761
Carswell

Who's The Driver Anyway? Making the Shift to a Collaborative Team Culture

Availability: In Stock

Imagine implementing culture change without resistance and turmoil. Who's the Driver Anyway? offers senior leaders a powerful, simple solution. If your strategic growth goals require people to change engrained habits, you need John Kuypers' proven formula for culture change. It works beautifully because managers at all levels agree to make decisions differently using a method called NEAR and FAR.

NEAR and FAR are two opposing culture zones of decision-making. Both cannot co-exist. Your current organizational culture is primarily one or the other. NEAR and FAR uses the simple metaphor of a driver-passenger relationship so everyone on the team is clear about who gets to decide and why that needs to change. The three-step method is collaborative and the result is a new language in daily work life. This text gets difficult issues resolved and gets everyone on the same page. It makes culture change a strategic decision that gets quickly implemented without the pain.

Inside you’ll find:

  • Who’s driving results in the 21st century
  • How to raise the bar without raising a headache
  • How to drive better results, and more
Carswell

Who's The Driver Anyway? Making the Shift to a Collaborative Team Culture

Author: John Kuypers
Availability: In Stock

Description

Imagine implementing culture change without resistance and turmoil. Who's the Driver Anyway? offers senior leaders a powerful, simple solution. If your strategic growth goals require people to change engrained habits, you need John Kuypers' proven formula for culture change. It works beautifully because managers at all levels agree to make decisions differently using a method called NEAR and FAR.

NEAR and FAR are two opposing culture zones of decision-making. Both cannot co-exist. Your current organizational culture is primarily one or the other. NEAR and FAR uses the simple metaphor of a driver-passenger relationship so everyone on the team is clear about who gets to decide and why that needs to change. The three-step method is collaborative and the result is a new language in daily work life. This text gets difficult issues resolved and gets everyone on the same page. It makes culture change a strategic decision that gets quickly implemented without the pain.

Inside you’ll find:

  • Who’s driving results in the 21st century
  • How to raise the bar without raising a headache
  • How to drive better results, and more