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Gung Ho! (Anglais) Relié – 8 octobre 1997
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Présentation de l'éditeur
Ken Blanchard and Sheldon Bowles, co-authors of the New York Times business bestseller Raving Fans, are back with Gung Ho! Here is an invaluable management tool that outlines foolproof ways to increase productivity by fostering excellent morale in the workplace. It is a must-read for everyone who wants to stay on top in today's ultra-competitive business world.
Raving Fans taught managers how to turn customers into full-fledged fans. Now, Gung Ho! brings the same magic to employees. Through the inspirational story of business leaders Peggy Sinclair and Andy Longclaw, Blanchard and Bowles reveal the secret of Gung Ho--a revolutionary technique to boost enthusiasm and performance and usher in astonishing results for any organization. The three principles of Gung Ho are:
These three cornerstones of Gung Ho are surprisingly simple and yet amazingly powerful. Whether your organization consists of one or is listed in the Fortune 500, this book ensures Gung Ho employees committed to success.
Gung Ho! also includes a clear game plan with a step-by-step outline for instituting these groundbreaking ideas. Destined to become a classic, Gung Ho! is a rare and wonderful business book that is packed with invaluable information as well as a compelling, page-turning story.Management legend Ken Blanchard and master entrepreneur Sheldon Bowles are back with Gung Ho!, revealing a surefire way to boost employee enthusiasm, productivity, and performance and usher in astonishing results for any organization.
Raving Fans brilliantly schooled managers on how to turn customers into raving fans. Gung Ho! now brings the same magic to employees. Here is the story of how two managers saved a failing company and turned in record profits with record productivity. The three core ideas of Gung Ho! are surprisingly simple: worthwhile work guided by goals and values; putting workers in control of their production; and cheering one another on. Their principles are so powerful that business leaders, reviewing the manuscript for Ken and Sheldon, have written to say, "Sorry. Ignored instructions. Have photocopied for everyone. I promise to buy books, but can't wait. We need now!" Like Raving Fans, Gung Ho! delivers.
Biographie de l'auteur
Ken Blanchard, PhD, is one of the most influential leadership experts in the world. He has co-authored 60 books, including Raving Fans and Gung Ho! (with Sheldon Bowles). His groundbreaking works have been translated into over 40 languages and their combined sales total more than 21 million copies. In 2005 he was inducted into Amazon's Hall of Fame as one of the top 25 bestselling authors of all time. The recipient of numerous leadership awards and honors, he is cofounder with his wife, Margie, of The Ken Blanchard Companies®, a leading international training and consulting firm.
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C'est une excellente question!
Même si je suggère de commencer à lire raving fans avant gung ho, la mise en place en pratique commence par ce dernier.
Sans dévoiler le contenu, Blanchard a visiblement basé son histoire sur des faits réels d'une responsable d'usine qui a du révolutionner son unité de production afin de sauver l'usine et ses salariés.
A lire en gardant un esprit ouvert!
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
While the story has some typical stereotypes and kitschy components, the message is a powerful one - and an easy one to grasp. Employees want to do something that matters, they want to understand why they're doing what they do. They want to have a positive impact, and they want to feel appreciated. We, as managers, often forget these very basic components. Blanchard's book is a great and easy to read reminder of how to build enthusiasm. It is a simple concept, but challenging to consistently implement. If you read and succeed in the implementation of the principles contained in the book, you will have a productive and motivated team.
The story is a simple one, but if that is all you take away from Gung Ho, you will have missed the wisdom in the simplicity. GHF - Chris
I work in a food manufacturing plant and instilled the Gung Ho! principles on one production line as a plant pilot project and in just months there was an increase of productivity and a decrease in line waste, employee absenteeism and negative behavior. The line management on the remaining production lines begged to have Gung Ho for their line employees. I would recommend everyone to look past the parable story and focus on the facts of the principles themselves.
Oh and for those of you who rated this book negatively, you probably need Gung Ho more than you even realize.
I would rate it 10 stars if I could
The book is brief and yet explains its main ideas in sufficient detail, and they seem very logical too. This book falls short of being five stars only because it says very little or nothing on how to actually implement the recommendations in the book, and what to emphasize and what to avoid. The book is mainly the experience of one group of people, so you may need to take a different approach to implementing the same ideas. Overall, however, this is definitely a very good book on organizational motivation.