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Your Talent Development Atlas If you’ve been directing your organization’s talent development effort during the last few years, you might think you’re on a journey without a map. There are few published resources to guide you in a challenge that many experts promise will only become more urgent, and necessary, in the coming years. Elaine Biech, a legendary leader in training and development, understands the road ahead and has partnered with ATD to present a new book that will point the way—ATD’s Foundations of Talent Development: Launching, Leveraging, and Leading Your Organization's TD Effort. Biech imbues this comprehensive volume with the energy and passion she has manifested in a career spanning more than three decades. In her hands, you have a trusted adviser who provides guidance, leadership, and direction to your organization. Biech painstakingly guides you over 36 chapters—taking you from developing your talent development strategy, creating an operating plan, and reinforcing your organization’s talent development mindset, through design and delivery, measurement and evaluation, and preparing for the future. No matter where you are in your development, you will be able to pick up this book and select chapters that describe how you can help your organization. What’s more, Biech has included a new customized model to assist you. Plus, she’s invited dozens of her friends and colleagues to contribute—well-known authors, ATD subject matter experts, and icons in the field—to present a cross-section of voices and approaches in the field. In 2018, ATD celebrates its 75th anniversary by delivering ATD’s Foundations of Talent Development, its first published reference to the profession it leads and supports. Think of this book as your professional atlas.
This book examines current research related to succession planning strategies and tactics. The authors compare and contrast the rationale and processes needed for effective and efficient succession planning. This is a comprehensive endeavor exploring succession planning across today’s key disciplines: business, education, and healthcare. Succession planning is examined from the commercial, government, and non-profit lens. The book features active research, broad literature reviews, and examines conceptual frameworks. From this valuable contribution to succession planning research, readers will receive a thorough assessment of the theoretical foundations of succession planning and ethical considerations for sustainable leadership.
Hierarchy in organizations is obsolete. There is a better way: one that increases the engagement of employees and managers alike, reduces micromanaging and other limiting approaches, and promotes organizational and individual success. In this book, self-management expert Samantha Slade presents seven concrete practices to help your organization flatten its existing hierarchy and develop a horizontal organization. The result will be enhanced creativity, greater growth, and a increased employee retention and productivity—and a better bottom line. These days, more than ever, successful organizations must respond quickly and nimbly to change—they need every employee's best thinking. A horizontal organization creates an environment of true collaboration, respect, and openness. It allows everyone more freedom to express unconventional ideas or to work through issues that are getting in the way of organizational goals. And it's a more human way to organize—after all, we function perfectly well in our day-to day lives without someone telling us what to do. But when an organization decides to go horizontal, it can be overwhelming for both managers and employees. Slade offers a practical, proven, incremental method to help organizations of all kinds and sizes ease in to a non-hierarchical model. She includes techniques for using your organization's purpose to stay focused and aligned, developing shared decision-making, creating a mutual feedback culture, nurturing autonomy, holding co-managed meetings, and maintaining an environment of collective learning. Going Horizontal will help organizations become more adaptive, collaborative and innovative, which is vital in today's highly competitive and constantly-evolving world.
The must-read summary of Jack Welch and Suzy Welch's book: "Winning". This complete summary of the ideas from "Winning" discusses the question that is on everybody's mind in the world of business: What does it take to win? Providing you with a summary of Welch's business philosophy as well as with advice on how to look at your company and competition, this useful summary puts you in a position to win, and to make the most of each victory. Added-value of this summary: • Save time • Understand key concepts • Increase your knowledge of management and leadership To learn more, read "Winning" and find the keys to successful strategies.
This powerful book is written for managers, young and old, who want to review their skills on managing people and getting results through other people. The book is written in the style of The One Minute Manager. It takes very little time to find the areas of your personal interest quickly. Some readers have become so engrossed with the content that they have completed this book non-stop on one round-trip airplane ride. This publication is not meant to be an all- encompassing volume of everything a person needs to know to be a successful manager. Rather, the book is a personal accounting of general principals that work based on decades of experience with successful careers and is full of world-wide lessons learned that can be useful to someone just starting out in their management career. The content is direct and to-the-point and helps managers learn what's important in their jobs without having to spend 20-30 years doing it all. This offering shortens the managers learning time-lines while "honing" their people management skills through reading and practicing practical lessons! Some readers have said: "Where was this book when I was just beginning my management career?" Reader's Comments "I find the book to be very useful for anyone interested in the views of an experienced executive having moved through all the ranks during his active job life. It is short and to the point and as soon as I sat down to read it - I could not stop until I finished it." Kjell S. Andersson, Chairman of the Board, Wildbats Networks Inc. former VP & General Manager of Ericsson Radio Systems, AB - Sweden "Rick Godfrey consistently puts into practice a positive leadership philosophy, winning outlook, and effective coaching style to achieve organizational goals while developing new leaders. This book provides the aspiring leader with the essence of what it takes to succeed in his or her journey." Jeff Calkins President, MRI Consulting Co. "Chapter 19 could become Poor Richard's Almanac for Managers." Sam Carlson President Electronic Processor Group, retired, Kaiser Aerospace "You have a knack of taking things that many people consider a science and convey it into practical living terms - common sense." Ken Fujino Division President, retired, TransAmerica Insurance "If I was still teaching, this book would be mandatory reading for all my graduate school classes." Roy Herman Faculty Member, Graduate School of Business, University of Wisconsin "This is a solid, thought-provoking piece that delivers real value for any 'aspiring', 'new' and 'not-so-new' managers. I like your straight-forward writing style." Leonard Hirchfeld Financial management Rick's book is an excellent "toolbox" for the aspiring manager. It also provides a superb reference for the established manager." Terry Samphire Senior Manager, retired, Boeing Corporation "My compliments on a very well-written, compact book of excellent advice and action items - for those who are managers, want to be managers or even those who chose to be 'individual contributors' in organizations today." Tom Whisman Consultant

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