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Work Naked: Eight Essential Principles for Peak Performance in the Virtual Workplace Eight Essential Principles for Peak Performance in the Virtual Workplace (Hardcover)

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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 0787953903
ISBN-13: 9780787953904
Sku: 30729975
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 6.25L x 1T
Pages:  294
Age Range:  NA
 
"Work Naked" challenges long-held beliefs about the appropriate time, place, look, and feel of productivity in the knowledge era. The message is that hidden potential can be revealed by giving employees the freedom to work how, when, and where they want.
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Alternative workstyles can be a way to attract, retain, and motivate talented employees |

|"Enlightening, enjoyable, and extremely practical . . . offers real clarity about what is wrong with the way most companies work, plus exact directions on how to fix each and every office foolishness. Do what Froggatt says and watch your employees productivity rise."--Scott Shuster, BusinessWeek |

|Corporate and individual resistance to new ways of working are often imbedded within a company's culture--and can stifle change and hinder productivity. Organized around eight simple yet critical principles of the new workplace, Work Naked challenges long-held beliefs about the appropriate time, place, look, and feel of productivity in the knowledge era, showing how a wealth of hidden potential can be released by giving employees the freedom to work how, when, and where they want. Cindy Froggatt suggests workplace options that can help balance work and personal life, and helps managers address the needs of the many knowledge workers who require a greater degree of autonomy to perform, create, and innovate. She presents numerous examples of companies of different sizes and types that have instituted telework or alternative programs--and clearly explains the benefits and pitfalls of implementing them. |

|Cindy Froggatt (New York, NY) is Principal of Froggatt Consulting, whose clients include Compaq, Mercedes-Benz, Capital One, and Nova Corporation.

Praise

"the appealing title and Froggatt's connections to major business media will yield a strong start" (Publishers Weekly, May 28, 2001)|

|Consultant Froggatt explores employer and employee attitudes about working from home as the traditional office diminishes in importance. (Publishers Weekly, June 2001)|

|"her thought-provoking examination of this timely topic is presented in a comprehendible style" (Library Journal, May 15, 2001 )|

|"...essential reading for anyone seriously concerned with or committed to creating new work arrangements that really try to meet the needs of 21st century professionals..." (Professional Manager, January 2002)

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Product attributeBook Format:   Hardcover
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0294
Product attributePublisher:   Jossey-Bass
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