Robert E. Quinn: The Positive Organization: Breaking Free from Conventional Cultures, Constraints, and Beliefs

The Positive Organization: Breaking Free from Conventional Cultures, Constraints, and Beliefs



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Author: Robert E. Quinn
Number of Pages: 240 pages
Published Date: 01 Oct 2015
Publisher: BERRETT-KOEHLER
Publication Country: San Francisco, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781626565623
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Conventional beliefs and cultures all too often create work groups, departments, and even entire organizations that are full of unengaged, underperforming people. Drawing on his decades of pioneering research, Robert Quinn shows how to create organizations where people flourish and exceed expectations. Using many compelling stories and examples Quinn describes how to replace an outmoded and limiting conventional mind set with a new, more positive and affirming mental map. He explains how, with this as your foundation, you can clarify the highest purpose of your organization, help others access their own excellence, communicate honestly and authentically, and much more. The book includes The Positive Organization Generator, a tool any leader can use to develop a custom action plan for turning an organization positive. At its heart, Quinn's book helps leaders transform organizations by changing themselves and others from being comfort-centred to being results-centred, from being self-focused to being other-focused, and from being internally closed to being externally open.