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by Jim Weihrouch

  • Author: Jim Weihrouch
  • ISBN: 0967386969
  • ISBN13: 978-0967386966
  • ePub: 1264 kb | FB2: 1732 kb
  • Category: Management & Leadership
  • Publisher: JAW Publishing (October 31, 2000)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 626
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Joy at Work ePub download

Work is presented as a system with many components. Joy at Work covers several aspects of work and how those aspects can be structured for more enjoyment while on the job. The aspects of work are broadly separated into two categories: those relating to the individual and those relating to the organization. Joy at Work also includes a chapter on the spiritual and service aspects of woorganization. Work is presented as a system with many components.

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Many people are dissatisfied with their work, and the reasons are many and varied. Joy at Work presents work as a system composed of many interdependent components. The components of the system of work can be broadly separated into two categories: thosecomponents relating to the individual and those relating to the organization. Individual work factors include how a career choice is made, self-esteem, and ethics. Organizational factors include the philosophy of management used, performance appraisals, teamwork, and leadership.

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Joy at Work goes beyond the standard business tale, though: Bakke believes in moral . Readers who start off sympathetic to Bakke's worldview will likely enjoy Bakke's book.

Joy at Work goes beyond the standard business tale, though: Bakke believes in moral values as ends in themselves, as opposed to means towards the end of greater financial return, and he's not afraid to say i. Joy at Work" is situated perfectly within values-led business literature, alongside books like Howard Schultz’s Pour Your Heart Into It, the Body Shop's Anita Roddick (Take It Personally) and Ben & Jerry's Double Dip, by the ice-cream guys.

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Well, imagine no more. In Joy at Work, Dennis W. Bakke tells the true story of this extraordinary company-and how, as its co-founder and longtime CEO, he challenged the business establishment with revolutionary ideas that could remake America's organizations.

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Many people are dissatisfied with their work, and the reasons are many and varied. Joy at Work presents work as a system composed of many interdependent components. The components of the system of work can be broadly separated into two categories: those components relating to the individual and those relating to the organization. Individual work factors include how a career choice is made, self-esteem, and ethics. Organizational factors include the philosophy of management used, performance appraisals, teamwork, and leadership. Once all the factors that affect a person’s enjoyment at work are identified, there is a basis for exploring which factors lead to satisfaction or dissatisfaction for an individual.

Joy at Work also includes a chapter on the spiritual and service aspects of work.

Solid suggestions are offered for both the employee and the employer alike on how to make work more enjoyable, while also increasing the effectiveness of an organization.

Nikojas
You thought you had enough problems just trying to find a job. But what about the right job? They say that over 80% of all US workers are unhappy at work--dissatisfied or stressed out. That's so sad when so much of our time is spent at our jobs. "Joy at Work" is not one of those feel good, you can do it, just "follow your bliss" kind of books. It is a thoughtful work covering some of the major research that has been done on the topic of work satisfaction from both the employees and employers point-of-view - from Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi's "flow theory (people are happy when they are totally involved in a task), to work-life balance issues (all work and no play make Jack a dull boy) and Dr. W. Edwards Deming's "Fourteen Points of Management" (For example: "Institute a vigorous program of education and self-improvement.")
The book is filled with practical ideas and suggestions such as: if a person's work and personal life is out of balance, one idea they might consider is reducing their overtime hours which may actually increase their output!
This is a book filled with "content," not soft in any way. This is the first time I've written a review, but I feel strongly about this book.
Weiehan
Joy at Work by Jim Weihrouch is a comprehensive and well written book that consolidates and synthesizes the multiple work considerations from the aspects of the employer and those seeking work. It is filled with practical ideas and suggestions along with a wealth of information from a wide variety of other professional writers. One of its greatest strengths is its spiritual base which, in my opinion, is a basic ingredient necessary to keep work from being mechanical and to bring "Joy" to that work for which each person has an above average passion and the skills.
Cenneel
I thought this book was a little "light" in terms of content. I actually was looking for another book entitled Joy at Work which is a national bestseller. While I can't argue with the content (basically all common sense) it was nothing I didn't already know. This seems to be the case with quite a few business books.
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