Lessons From the Hive

Lessons From the Hive

The Buzz on Surviving and Thriving in An Ever-changing Workplace

Book - 2004
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Going through a company merger or buy-out creates new challenges for managers and employees alike, but this unique business fable offers real-world advice for coping and even prospering. from the Hive is actually a fictionalized look inside an organization, Bee Natural, Inc., as it deals with inevitable changes after its purchase by a consumer-products conglomerate. Using a week-in-the-life approach, five major players in the organization are profiled, ranging from the recently installed tough CEO to a brand-new junior employee. The main character is a seasoned director of marketing who must face her own personal struggles with changes both at work and at home. likable, realistic characters who portray the tribulations and eventual success of a company enduring organizational change. organization; Less confrontational ways of dealing with conflicts at work; How to deal with fears of the unknown in a changing business environment; The importance of establishing trust in the workplace; How to deal with conflicting interpersonal relationships in a professional manner. management through his extensive business publishing background, Decker uses this business fable to demonstrate that trust is a stronger force than fear and that organizational change can actually result in career opportunities rather than career demise. Anyone involved in dealing with personal and professional transformation (and who isn't?) will find comfort in this delightful tale of a company dealing with the challenge of reinventing itself.
Publisher: Chicago : Dearborn Trade Pub., c2004
ISBN: 9780793191864
Branch Call Number: 658.406 Decker
658.406 Decker
Characteristics: ix, 112 p. ; 19 cm


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