Jeffrey Pfeffer's Leadership BS: Fixing Workplaces and Careers One Truth at a PDF
By Jeffrey Pfeffer
Finalist for the 2015 Financial Times and McKinsey company booklet of the Year
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The writer of Power, Stanford company institution professor, and a number one administration philosopher deals a hard-hitting dissection of the management and how you can make offices and careers paintings better.
The management company is big, with billions of bucks, hundreds of thousands of books, and thousands of blogs and talks concerned about bettering leaders. yet what we see world wide is worker disengagement, excessive degrees of chief turnover and profession derailment, and failed management improvement efforts.
In Leadership BS, Jeffrey Pfeffer shines a brilliant gentle at the management undefined, exhibiting why it’s failing and the way it'd be remade. He units the list directly at the oft-made prescriptions for leaders to be sincere, real, and modest, inform the reality, construct belief, and look after others. by means of calling BS on such a lot of of the tales and myths of management, he offers humans a extra medical examine the proof and higher info to steer their careers.
Rooted in social technological know-how, and may sensible examples and suggestion for bettering administration, Leadership BS encourages readers to simply accept the reality after which use proof to alter themselves and the realm for the higher.
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4. Provide individuals ofﬁces only on a demonstrated needs basis. THE END OF THE TRADITIONAL WORK SCHEDULE There’s also something to be said for working a set schedule. Unfortunately most of our lives don’t really ﬁt the 8-to-5 corporate work box. However, years ago the only way that a manager could know if employees were working was to physically see them sitting in a seat for a set amount of hours every day. I remember when I did telemarketing many years ago (yes, it was horrible) dozens of us were sitting around in little half cubicles with nothing but a phone and a computer screen.
I have yet to ﬁnd any substantial data or research that suggests that ﬂexible work environments have a negative impact. Change is never easy and for many organizations it’s much easier for them to leave things be instead of try to do something different, but as mentioned earlier in the book, the rate of change is increasing and it’s no longer good enough to remain static. SOME BENEFITS According to Global Workplace Analytics,8 a typical business would save approximately $11,000 per employee per year if that employee were allowed to work from home just half the time.
Organizations have the ability to sell and market their products or services anywhere in the world and are no longer bound by transportation, cultural, talent acquisition, currency, or communication barriers. Even startups that have ofﬁces in one local area can easily open up another location anywhere in the world. More and more it’s becoming harder to differentiate if someone lives in another city or on another continent. Technology is a large driver for making this possible and it’s something affecting small and large organizations alike.
Leadership BS: Fixing Workplaces and Careers One Truth at a Time by Jeffrey Pfeffer