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Figure 1 Publishing Complete Catalogue Oct 2016

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The Performance Principle
A Practical Guide to Understanding Motivation in the Modern Workplace
By (author): Mackenzie Kyle
9781927958650 Paperback, Trade English BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General Mar 24, 2016
$21.00 CAD
Active 8.09 x 8.53 x 0.67 in | 240 gr 256 pages Figure 1 Publishing
An engaging and accessible guide to getting the most from your workplace teams. The Performance Principle is written for any manager, supervisor, or business leader who feels there must be a better, more systematic way to motivate their team and achieve phenomenal results. It tells the fictional story of Will Campbell, the newly promoted executive in charge of the Hyler manufacturing facility. The company has fallen on hard times and Campbell is given a year to turn around Hyler?s fortunes, a feat made all the more challenging because of the discontent among all of Hyler?s employees, from management to sales to the unionized shop floor. Over the course of several tumultuous months, Campbell and his team learn the unique principles of performance management and the powerful results it can deliver. Unique, lively and powerfully effective, The Performance Principle illustrates the fundamentals of performance management, providing a model that allows the reader to understand exactly what motivates people in the workplace, and how to align this with the organization's strategy.

Mackenzie Kyle has more than 25 years' experience in operations and process improvement, and has provided specific assistance in everything from strategic planning to performance management to managing projects. He focuses on assisting clients with identifying and implementing strategic change and improving team performance, providing a unique approach that bridges the gap between theory and practical application of technique. He has worked in a variety of industries including manufacturing, transportation, telecommunications, as well as the public sector and internationally in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. His first book, Making It Happen: A Non-technical Guide to Project Management, has sold more than 40,000 copies.

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