Saturday, 3 July 2010

Profit at the Bottom of the Ladder


Creelman   I hope you enjoyed that little series of posts on putting people first.

I’ve already posted recently on the need to balance competition with collaboration, ie not to get too focused on small groups of talent.

So I thought I’d finish the series with a quick nod to the need to support and development all staff – even those at the bottom of the latter (particularly if they’re really at the top of the pyramid!).

I’ve not read this book, but I enjoyed David Creelman’s review of Jody Heymann’s Profit at the Bottom of the Ladder.  It’s available here.


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