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Building Trust at the Speed of Change: The Power of the Relationship-Based Corporation

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This volume provides a powerful formula for organizations searching for new, better ways to achieve greater quality and faster speed. The author explains that fast, flexible organizations can only be built by radically revising management, by stripping away the old fear-and-compliance based management style and adopting a new model based on collaboration and trust. This bo ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published September 8th 1999 by Amacom
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Excellent book on how to change a culture to one that is relationship-based and founded in trust.
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