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Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia, 2006/10/18 - ‘From single cells to complex configurations, all organisms are self-organizing structures’.
These are the Hidden Assets companies utilize from within Knowledge Professionals to become multimillion dollar consortiums. The author, Charles Ehin - Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah - presents these self-organizing principles to companies who continually face obstacles such as: Unclear Goals and Objectives - Unexplained Policies and Procedures - Unrealistic Deadlines and Budgets - Pressure to do More with Less - Lack of Cooperation and Teamwork - Poor and Uninspiring Leadership - And - Lack of Communication and Trust.
Hidden Assets is a Business Management Training Course that should be studied by all who believe, authoritative dictating leadership is fundamental to financial success and gratification within company structures.
Charles Ehin challenges the reader to contemplate, “If informal bands and networks were the most successful social adaptations of our kind for 99% of our existence on the planet, then how did leadership fit into this framework?”
Hidden Assets awakens the mind to the true value of tacit knowledge, placing the success or failure of productivity on the shoulders of the employee responsible for delivering their part in an effectively managed organization.
Challenging Aspirations, Individual Autonomy, Shared Identity and Dynamic Alignment are the principles supporting overt self-organization. Hidden Assets are at the heart of all successful organizations, lifting companies to the pinnacle of profit margins.
When self-organization is achieved, Expert Power, Collaboration, Interdependence, Commitment, Satisfaction and Low Psychological Tension are the Shared-Access Systems Order of any company’s ‘well-oiled machine’.
Hidden Assets - Harnessing the Power of Informal Networking, is published through Springer USA. For any business man or woman climbing the corporate ladder, for any professional planning to form a new company, for those whose skills will be employed by major consortiums in future, this is a business management book that needs to be read, by all, and displayed on every coffee table in corporate offices.