Making Work Human: How Human-Centered Companies are Changing the Future of Work and the World

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Join the movement to harness the transformative power of people-and lead your company to superior business results!

By building a sense of belonging, purpose, meaning, happiness, and energy in every employee, you'll create a profound connection between your workforce and your organization and its goals. And that's the key to business success.

From the pioneers of the management strategy that has transformed business culture worldwide, Making Work Human takes you step by step through the process of implementing a culture of performance and gratitude in the workplace, seizing the competitive edge and driving business sustainability. Mosley and Irvine use game-changing data analytics to prove that when a workplace becomes more "human," positive, measurable business results follow. They provide key insights into:

* How analytics and AI relate to engagement, performance, learning, well-being, and recognition-including a compelling argument of why AI, robotics, and automation can make work more human, not less
* How to expand equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives and strategies to include a wider range of backgrounds, life experiences, and capacities and capabilities
* How to use recognition as an actionable strategy to move your company from simply satisfying compliance goals to creating a truly inclusive culture
* How to transform compensation by crowdsourcing at least 1 percent of payroll in a peer-to-peer reward system

By dramatically and authentically improving the employee experience, you'll improve business results. It's that simple. And Making Work Human provides everything you need to get there.

Product Details

Price
£21.99  £20.45
Publisher
McGraw-Hill Education
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Hardback
EAN/UPC
9781260464207

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