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Ron Friedman's latest book employs scientific methods to unravel the mysteries behind optimising the experience of the workplace.
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The Best Place To Work
Author: Ron Friedman
First Published: 2014

  • What It’s About: The author writes about improving the workplace environment using scientific methods. He refers to various contemporary studies, quoting leaders at every level, to show how companies can opt for better inneovation, performance and smarter thinking.
  • Key Takeaways: Friedman stresses the need to promote friendship at work, as it builds pressure on workers to perform better. He also notes that workers must spread their wings at work and constantly challenge themselves to increase employee engagement.
  • Why Read It Now: At a time when employee engagement is surprisingly low and there are few incentives for a worker to stay at one place for long, this book gives managers an insight into reducing employee turnover and increasing innovation by keeping their minds open to ideas.
  • Quotable Quotes: It’s when we’re stretching our skills and building  our expertise that we are at our most engaged.
COMMENTS PRINT
extract
Guy Spier learns about the legendary Warren Buffett's utter needlessness to live according to other people’s standards or opinions.
Guy Spier
Hardbound
Research explains why CEOs hold large chunks of their companies, and whether outdoor advertising is the way to go to influence short-term returns.
Outlook Business
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