The Path to Corporate Nirvana: Applying the Relationship Age Framework
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The Path to Corporate Nirvana: Applying the Relationship Age Framework presents a new and innovative way to achieve unparalleled increases in both personal and organizational performance. In today's fast-paced and highly competitive global environment, this is a book that every executive, manager, and employee needs to read to achieve significant increases in the productivity, profitability and sustainably of their organizations.
"The Corporate Path to Nirvana" according to Marcus F. Schluper. Judith Anderson shows how we can use our life experience in a business environment to know ourselves, what mental tendencies we have and how these affect ourselves and others. At first she advocates that we can do this to improve our performance and that of our company. And this is of course true. But for me it was even more valuable to have her illustrate that life offers us the learning material at the workplace so that we can understand ourselves and become aware of the effect of our actions. Therefore, The Path to Corporate Nirvana could as well have been called The C. "From cynicism to positive action" according to Kristin Lensen. When I was first introduced to this book,I was put off by the title. The phrase "Corporate Nirvana" felt like an oxymoron and arose immediate cynicism in me. I thought, "Great, another step-by-step management book that tells me if I just do "A, B, and C" then "D, E,and F" will happen; and if "D, E, and F" don't happen, then obviously I have done "A, B, and C" wrong. Yet, because the person who gave me the book was someone I highly respected and trusted, I felt I needed to give the book a try. By the end of the first chapter, my cyncism quickly gave way to curiosity, appre. Corporate Nirvana's insights are for the real world Corporate Nirvana was fascinating! My husband and I met at work in a corporate setting. After our children were born I left the corporate world. At first, I was attracted to Corporate Nirvana for what it might offer my husband in his corporate job. The more I read, the more the message hit home. I suspect that most marriages and basically all recurring interpersonal relationships face these same issues Ms. Anderson addresses in Corporate Nirvana. When I left the corporate world I thought I could say good-bye to "PNVs (Popping Neck Veins)," but strong emotions don
Anderson offers valuable guidance for employees, managers, and executives helping them understand/deal productively with problems holding back their corporation. -- The Small Press Book Review. -- The Small Press Book Review, October 2002Anderson offers valuable guidance that combine the comprehensions of an experienced psychologist with a clear understanding of the workplace