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Seven simple tools to build a motivating work environment [electronic resource] / Christian Friedrichs.

Author/Creator:
Friedrichs, Christian.
Publication:
Hamburg : Diplomica Verlag, 2012.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (154 p.)
Subjects:
Employee motivation.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
HauptbeschreibungThe so called ""War for talents"" is one of the current main topics of HR and Recruiting departments. Especially in Consulting companies where the fluctuation is higher as in other industries and the relation between headcount and revenue has a direct correlation. A stable workforce requires motivated employees. The present book ""Seven simple tools to build a motivating work environment"" deals with the question what Consultants keeps motivated and moves them to perform in challenging work environments. Based on a questionnaire answered from more than 100 Consultan
Contents:
Seven simple tools to build amotivating work environment; ABSTRACT; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introduction and background; 1.2 Aims and objectives; 1.3 Relationship with previous work; 1.4 Methodology; 2 Theoretical Background; 2.1 Motivation of employees; 2.1.1 Definition; 2.1.2 Theories about Motivation; 2.1.3 Myths about motivation; 2.1.4 Conclusion and consequences; 2.2 "Classic" Balanced Scorecard Approach; 2.2.1 Origin of the Balanced Scorecard; 2.2.2 Elements of the Balanced Scorecard
2.3 Personal balanced scorecard approach2.3.1 Description of the PBSC method; 2.3.2 The four perspectives of PBSC; 2.3.3 Alignment of PBSC with OBSC; 2.4 PBSC as a Measurement Tool; 2.4.1 Method to define PPM's; 2.4.2 Case study; 3 Current Situation; 3.1 Situation in the consulting business; 3.2 Used tools to support employees to improve theircontentedness; 3.2.1 Financial perspective; 3.2.2 Individual perspective; 3.2.3 Social perspective; 4 Change of the Society (Delphi 2017 study); 4.1 Trend research; 4.1.1 General approaches; 4.1.2 Delphi approach
4.2 Five general orientations of the future4.2.1 Managing Dutility; 4.2.2 Living Substance; 4.2.3 Embedding Individuality; 4.2.4 Creating Lifeholder-Value; 4.2.5 Engaging in a Sane Society; 4.3 Future changes of employees life; 5 Intermediate results and research question; 6 Questionnaire; 6.1 Target group and method; 6.2 Questions; 6.2.1 Survey structure; 6.2.2 Aims of the questions; 6.3 Analysis of the survey results; 6.3.1 Survey statistics; 6.3.2 Survey results; 6.3.3 Cross relations; 7 Extension or Development of Tools; 7.1 FIT/GAP Analysis of existing tools
7.1.1 Educational perspective7.1.2 Internal perspective; 7.2 Influences of future changes on existing tools; 7.2.1 Managing Dutility; 7.2.2 Living Substance; 7.2.3 Embedding Individuality; 7.2.4 Creating Lifeholder Value; 7.2.5 Engaging in a Sane Society; 7.3 Development of new tools; 7.4 Agglomeration and connection of tools and PPM's; 8 Conclusion; 8.1 Summary of the results of the analysis and recommendations; 8.2 Forecast and next steps; 9 BIBLIOGRAPHY; 9.1 Books & Journals; 9.2 Web pages; AUTHOR'S PROFILE
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:
3-8428-1594-8
OCLC:
784887729
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