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High-performance companies don't get the extraordinary performers they need by tossing another fad management program on their people.
What makes an organization great? After a four-year study of more than 1,000 companies worldwide . The 8 Practices of Exceptional Companies : How Great Organizations Make the Most of Their Human Assets.
What makes an organization great? After a four-year study of more than 1,000 companies worldwide, management consultant Jac Fitz-Enz says it is people-and the wa. .
Jac Fitz-enz Case studies of a variety of companies show the practices in action.
Case studies of a variety of companies show the practices in action. ISBN 13: 9780585025841. Now the founder and president of the prestigious Saratoga Institute identifies best practices in human asset management.
Author: Jac Fitz-enz. 25049 frontmatter Make Your Move. And Make the Most of Your Life.
Companies that practice these he terms 'BHAMs' best human asset managers. The book is full of references to these BHAMs (of which there are thirty-five listed in the Appendix). 1. a balanced focus on value both human and financial: Here Fitz-enz examines the various aspects of value creation within a company, and identifies three spheres that contribute to value. These are: 1) the creation of human value (through such things as benefits, bonuses, provision of employee training, et.
The result is this extraordinary book documenting the most enduring "best practices" in human asset management. Fitz-enz takes you inside successful organizations to see precisely how they handle change management, cost reduction, employee turnover, productivity and quality improvement, and other universal challenges
how great organizations make the most of their human assets.
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