The 1999 blockbuster success of the McKinsey study The War for Talent spawned a new genre of books imploring organizations to abandon 20th-century management practices. Businessman and best-selling author Aaron Dignan speaks from the experience of a CEO who has seen the light. Dignan contributes fresh, engaging examples, anecdotes, analogies and facts, including the origins of bad management practices that began as clever enemy sabotage in World War II. The transformations he recommends will intrigue and inform those interested in modern workforce engagement and performance.
About the Author
Aaron Dignan is founder of The Ready, a consulting firm that advises on business reorganization. He also wrote Game Frame: Using Games as a Strategy for Success.