Change: Open-Book Management: Creating
a Partnership Between Employees and Employers.
Open-Book Management is much more
than showing your employees the company's financial statements.
It is a technique for transforming your employees into business
partners...and in doing so, it provides your company with an unstoppable
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The purpose of this two day, interactive seminar
is to present a complete understanding of the concepts
behind Open-Book Management...and provide a methodology
you can use for implementation. In this seminar, you
will learn about the elements of employee partnership...and
the four management practices you can use to transform
your company into an Open-Book Organization. Sponsored
by the American Management Association, this seminar
was developed and is conducted by Thomas McCoy, author
of Creating an Open-Book Organization.
Each attendee receives a workbook containing the material
covered in the seminar.
Attendees will walk away with an action plan for
getting started. If you want a work environment where
each employee is educated, knowledgeable, informed,
motivated and stable, then this interactive seminar
is for you. Understanding the fundamentals behind the
statement "open-book management" will enable you to
apply the concepts to your unique needs. Organizations
that adopt some form of this innovative, win-win management
methodology will excell...and those that don't will
be left behind.
The workshop is based on the E4-R4-C4 Partnership
Model. This methodology examines the concept of partnership
from the joint perspectives of management, employees
and the customer...and provides tactics to address the
concerns of each of these stakeholders.
- Understanding Open-Book
- Partnership and the
- Practices That Create
- Managing Expectations
of Employees and Customers
- Managing the Stress
Associated With Organizational Change
- The Implementation
Model: A Methodology for Getting Started
- The Importance of
Rewards and Incentives...and What Works
- Preparing the Organization
for Change: A Process Map
- Examining a Case
- Performing a Benefit
Analysis: Is It Right For You?
- The Next Step: Developing
Your Action Plan