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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2001

    A 'must have' for every manager!

    'Managing with Carrots' should be required reading for every manager who wants to retain top-notch employees. 'Managing with Carrots' is chocked full of ideas for every manager in every business, regardless of size. Ron Nichols Marketing Director Cascade Earth Sciences Albany, OR

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2001

    The rarest of books

    Managing with Carrots is the rarest of books: a lively, enjoyable read that dispenses practical, valuable business advice. For organizations facing the critical challenge of finding and retaining the best employees -- and who isn't -- this book provides a step-by-step approach to achieving enhanced loyalty and commitment through strategic, integrated employee recognition. It's a must-read for anyone in leadership.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2001

    An Excellent Work

    Managing with Carrots is an excellent work that deserves serious attention from business leaders seeking to enhance employee retention and productivity. The authors effectively draw on relevant data and proven principles of management, while delivering a very readable and practical guide to creating and pursuing an effective employee recognition strategy. Steven C. Wheelwright Former Senior Associate Dean Harvard Business School

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