Wally's Workplace Wisdom

Wally's Workplace Wisdom

Wally's Workplace Wisdom

Wally's Workplace Wisdom



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While the business at No. 19 Imperial Drive had some early success, the company never reached its full potential. At the rate it was going, it probably never would. The company was taking steps backward, with no viable plan to reverse this trend. And then it happened – THE event. The story begins on a normal day and, when it concludes, the company has changed forever.
Wally's Workplace Wisdom is a short but pragmatic parable. Maybe the story is about you. It could be about anyone in your company (or on your team) who has something to share, but for some reason never does. While some employees have valuable insight or information, they are either not asked or are unwilling to share their opinions. This is an illustration about the importance of encouraging everyone to share. For leaders, it's about opening the floodgates and welcoming valuable input from every team member.
Readers will resonate with Wally, a common housefly, and the main characters. As the story unfolds, Wally "takes flight" and shares his insights with the leaders at No. 19. His direct, confrontational truths, called Wally's Words of Wisdom, help transform a dying company into one that holds renewed promise. His wisdom culminates in practical solutions, called "Wally's Laws." Wally's greatest contribution is to highlight the importance and significance of the "people dimension."
This book enables the reader to envision how he or she can change. Very simply, it is about hope, and instills confidence for leaders and team members alike to "take flight" and share their wisdom and knowledge with their team.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157310554
Publisher: EditPros LLC
Publication date: 05/08/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 147
File size: 287 KB

About the Author

Gary R. Carini, Ph.D., is a professor of management and associate dean for Graduate Business Programs at the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He has expertise in forging strategies enabling companies to achieve and sustain a competitive advantage by anticipating and adapting to significant marketplace changes. Throughout the past 20 years, he has served as a strategy and leadership consultant and facilitator for several Fortune 100 companies.
He teaches the global strategic management courses in Baylor’s Executive MBA programs in Austin and Dallas, and was presented with numerous teaching awards throughout his career.

Mark G. Dunn, Ph.D., is a professor of marketing and associate dean for Undergraduate Business Programs at the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He is an authority on consumer shopping patterns; physician-patient relationships in the context of the economics of contemporary health care; the influence of organizational culture in shaping employee behavior; and processes for leading change in a business sector that is undergoing disruption.
Professor Dunn has taught graduate and undergraduate consumer behavior and strategic marketing courses, and teaches in Baylor’s Executive MBA program. He has traveled extensively and has lectured and made presentations in England, France, Vietnam and China.
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