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Foreword (Kevin Cashman). Introduction. 1 LET THE GAMES BEGIN. What Games Are and How They Are Played in Organizations. 2 PLAYING TO LOSE. The Negative Impact of Games on Core Business Activities. 3 FERTILE GROUND. Why Games Are So Pervasive in Modern Corporations. 4 EYES WIDE SHUT. Why People Don t Deal with Games at Work. 5 AN EYE-OPENING EXPERIENCE. Awakening to Games. 6 COUNT ME OUT. Choosing Not to Play. 7 GAME, INTERRUPTED. Executing Your Choice. 8 INTERCONNECTIONS. How Games Are Linked In to an Ecology. 9 THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE. Toward a Games-Conscious Model of Transformation. 10 GAMES AT THE TOP. The Impact of Playing in the Executive Suite. 11 A SUSTAINABLE GOAL. Transforming Organizations in Small but Signifi cant Ways. Appendix: List of Games. References. Acknowledgments. About the Authors. Index.
Mauricio Goldstein is the founder of Pulsus Consulting Group. His passion is to catalyze organizational transformations by creating a deeper connection of people and organizations to their essence. Mauricio has applied his innovative approach to a number of Fortune 500 companies, such as AstraZeneca, Cargill, J&J, Nestle, PepsiCo, Sodexo, and Schering-Plough, in Latin America, North America, Europe, and Africa. Philip Read has worked in a number of senior roles in human resources for Fortune 100 companies over the last twenty-two years. He has lived and worked in the United Kingdom, the United States, China, Switzerland, Germany, and Spain. Philip has won a number of awards for his work, including the PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Linkage, Inc. "Most Innovative HR Department" award as part of the leadership team of HR for Dow Chemical.
"There's nothing funny about mind games in the workplace, say the authors of this sober-minded guide to understanding underhanded office maneuvers. Simply waking up to games people play and rejecting them is a big part of the battle for executives, say the authors." -Andrea Sachs, TIME magazine, April 30, 2009