Partners on the Payroll: Improve Your Company's Results; Improve the Lives of the People Who Produce Those Results

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Price
$16.95
Publisher
Indigo River Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
152
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.33 inches | 0.47 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781954676114

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About the Author

Over the past twenty-five years, Bill Fotsch has helped more than four hundred companies boost employee engagement and increase profits. He has worked with industry majors, such as Southwest Airlines, BHP, Harley-Davidson, Roadway Express, Carlson Wagonlit Travel (now CWT), Scottish Hydro Electric, and Capital One. He has also coached many small-to-medium-sized privately owned businesses. In the initial years of his career, Bill gained experience in management, marketing, and consulting at organizations such as Briggs & Stratton, Bain & Company, Case International, and Litton Industrial Automation. Later, as head coach at Great Game of Business, he spent over two decades applying the principles of economic engagement to help companies deliver results through a highly motivated staff. He founded Open-Book Coaching in 2012 to continue the work on his own. Bill holds a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from Marquette University and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he graduated as a Baker Scholar. This is his first book. John Case is an internationally known writer on management and employee ownership. He is author of the classic works Open-Book Management (Harper) and The Open-Book Experience: Lessons from Over 100 Companies Who Successfully Transformed Themselves (Addison-Wesley). He has written for Inc., Harvard Business Review, and many other magazines. He has collaborated on several other books, including the international bestseller Financial Intelligence, published by Harvard Business Review Press. Articles written by Bill and John have appeared in Harvard Business Review, Inc., Forbes, and several other publications and websites.