Books to guide your growth strategy in the new world of work | Magazine

Virtual leadership Practical strategies for success with remote or hybrid work and teams2nd editionPenny PullanHow do you create a culture where virtual work is effective? The timing is perfect for this second edition as we struggle or return to work or embrace new hybrid ways of working with concern or relief. Our global mobility and international management audience has of course been working virtually for years. Even for the most experienced, this book will help bring energy, focus, and creativity to hybrid and virtual work.Penny Pullan, as an experienced professional international project manager, has the experience to distill complex ideas into manageable bite-size pieces with memorable stories, visuals and illustrations that add wit and humor to the course. road. Driving virtual teams to high performance is more important than ever amid a global talent shortage, and burnt-out and stressed employees often feel disconnected working in different time zones.Discover in this book how to turn the tide. It will help increase engagement and productivity and provide tips and tricks along the way, as well as new tools and strategies for operating effectively in the virtual space.With the rise of hybrid working, you will find the new chapter invaluable, guiding you through the asymmetric hybrid team experience. As Penny Pullan explains, “We don’t have to live with this asymmetry, which makes work and teams so much more difficult. We can choose to take action to make everything more equal. She goes on to describe the different ways to build hybrid teams and hybrid work. There’s more on the subject in his 2021 title, “Making Workshops Work: Creative collaboration for our time.” This book will give you the knowledge and skills to develop your own skills and confidence to become an even better facilitator and lead truly effective workshops.Both books are clearly written, very practical with text summaries and mind maps, and plenty of reference reading. They’re written by someone who knows how to make things simple and memorable for time-pressed people with different learning styles. What’s not to like?Reader offer: 20% off and free P&P – Use code FBM20 for 20% off and free P&P in UK/USAOrganizational developmentA Practitioner’s Guide to OD and HR3rd editionMee-Yan Cheung-JudgeLinda HolbecheOrganizational development (OD) experts Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge and Linda Holbeche have written a reference book for today that will help OD and HR practitioners navigate the future and support their organizations and their leaders through change. The book will also be of great value to non-specialists – including global mobility professionals, those in international management grappling with change in complex global markets and managing people across borders and in unknown territories -.Cultural issues, diversity and inclusion are all part of the picture. How they fit into organizational development is here to explore and adapt to your unique business circumstances.The book is written in two parts as complementary ideas. Updated for today’s world, it explores the role of HR versus OD and is for anyone managing people who wants to learn more about how their organization works, reflect and review practices. and navigate in a future direction to regenerate and flourish.There are so many changes to deal with as a result of the impact of the pandemic, advances in technology as well as changes in work practices and the workforce, not to mention specific industry sectors, from manufacturing to the supply chain.In addition to today’s update, there are three new chapters for the new world of work – on what is organizational health, how to strengthen the impact of OD in organizations and how build a culture conducive to innovation.Organizations that can thrive in today’s fast-paced environment need the “right” people working the “right” way, managed and led effectively and ethically, which the book explores in Part Two. : HR in relation to DO: theory and practice. You don’t have to be an expert yourself, but it’s helpful for committed leaders to know how OD and HR are changing to ensure they know enough to support their organization’s growth. or better understand their client’s or client’s point of view.With global talent shortages once again on the agenda, how do you recruit or develop talent for the future and what skills will be? How do you improve the quality of leadership? Dive into the chapter on agility and resilience and you’re already halfway there with helpful tips and checklists. On the subject of agility, Linda Holbeche is the author of ‘The Agile Organisation’, now also in its second edition. You can hear his thoughts on how to keep pace with change and put people’s well-being at the heart of sustainable organizations at our Future of Work Festival on June 9.The new world of work Shaping a future that helps people, organizations and our societies thriveStone CheeseEssential reading for anyone who wants to keep up to date with the future of work by Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the UK’s professional HR and people development body. A good read to dive into, it’s thought-provoking and will help you raise questions in your organization and consider new ways to collaborate. Peter Cheese makes ideas, models and concepts accessible, but above all his passion for supporting HR professionals in their role of putting people first in organizations and making a difference in leadership shines through.There is a crisis of confidence in many areas of society, politics and business. In these very different times, we need a change of mindset. The book offers key capabilities and attributes for leaders that are important now and for the future. It sets out to “paint a picture of all the things that are already impacting the world of work, as well as highlighting what is emerging.There are many knowns and just as many unknowns, but we know that if we are not controlled, the path we are on is not sustainable. »The book raises many questions. The more leaders can look outward, explore and connect the themes they identify about organization, work, the workplace and the workforce in the context of globalization, society and demographics, economics, technology and AI, the more it will inform their decision-making and actions. This new mindset needs to be encouraged as an essential part of business strategy, he says.
Previous Brine Concentration Market Size, Growth Drivers, and Forecast
Next Construction of OKC's northeast subdivision could begin in the fall