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Agile talent




Ralf Knegtmans

Remember these new rules of the game: The selection criteria for tomorrow’s talent could scarcely be more different than the ones used today. Selection based primarily on credentials, skills and knowledge will no longer suffice. It is essential that you come to know your potential hires – who they are and what motivates them. Executive recruiter, columnist and author Ralf Knegtmans offers nine essential steps companies need to follow to select tomorrow’s top talent. He builds on his wealth of hands-on experience, his deep reading and research in the field and his interviews with visionary CEOs and frontline experts. If you screen candidates according to his experience- tested plan outlined in Agile Talent, you will be able to select the very best people to guide your organisation in these turbulent times. This book shows you how to zero in on the right people for the job, with little or no need for outside consultants to help you. Not merely meant for HR managers or recruiters, Agile Talent is of value to senior executives and anyone involved in the selection of top executives, managers and other employees – and to anyone facing a recruiter. Agile Talent will help you find answers to these questions: What are the selection factors for future-proof talent? How can I tell whether a candidate who shows the hallmarks of an ‘agile’ talent will match the company’s culture and strategic priorities? Are there tools available to help me make objective decisions regarding my selection? Will these tools yield better predictions of future success? Are case studies available of businesses at the forefront of hiring agile talent? How can I spot agile talent already working for my company and how do I retain these talented people?

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Monozukuri in practice

Monozukuri in practice




Steven Blom

Times are fundamentally changed. Hierarchical management according the Taylorian model is outdated. Companies can no longer survive by going on with what they've always done. There is a great need to answer the question how it should go on with our companies and industries. This book offers such an answer. It goes deep into the Monozukuri philosophy and explains how people in production and management, can achieve mastery. It covers a wide range of topics, ranging from Motivation 3.0 and inspiring leadership to creating the right improvement-culture and the finer points of daily management. For who wants to go deeper, the book contains chapters about spirituality and management and zen and management. This book offers a view on a system of values and standards so that you will see work, motivation, leadership, production and profit in a completely different perspective. It is a very concrete and understandable method which in Japan has been tried and successfully applied. 

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Trust and power on the shop floor

Trust and power on the shop floor




Maarten Verkerk

Why do operators behave irresponsibly? Why is there so much apathy, frustration, fear, and mistrust on the production line? Why do paradoxes exist on the shop floor? In his book, Verkerk investigates the shop floor processes of modern factories. Two ethnographical case studies are presented from the perspective of a factory manager. He asks many important questions. Are we making the right observations? Why are new production concepts failing in modern factories? Are we overlooking the fundamental characteristics of industrial organisations? Are we ignoring the meaning of labour? Verkerk approaches these questions from different perspectives: ethnography, organisational design theory, and philosophy. He shows that high-trust and high-power relations between management and employees are the basic conditions for responsible, accountable, and successful organisations. In an engaging philosophical argument, he develops an ethics of responsibility combining the ideas of humanity, trust and power on the shop floor, and the normative development of organisational structures. Maarten J. Verkerk (1953) worked as a factory manager for Philips for many years. He has published several books on the theory of organisation. His work is positioned at the crossroads between the Dutch school of Socio-Technical Systems Design and the Christian-philosophical tradition of social criticism.

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