Год издания: 2004
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Book Description"Get your life back!" says Joel Orr. "If you work in an organization structured like a pyramid, you know that pyramids are places where great people are buried," says Dr. Joel Orr in his new book, Structure is Destiny: The Dandelion Paradox. But what's the alternative to a pyramid? Orr says that companies recognized as great or excellent are project-oriented--and structured, at least in part, to resemble the structure of a well-functioning family--more like a dandelion than a pyramid! "The kind of organization you're in sets the boundaries for your growth and satisfaction. Pyramids stifle humanity, and Dandelion structures liberate it," Orr says. Why is that? Because, he says, "Organizations that respect the rights and abilities of their members--that work more like families--prosper, and allow their members to develop and grow. But hierarchical pyramids only want a piece of a person, and disregard the rest of him or her! That leads to trouble," says...