Change and execute : how to transform and design your business for sustainable success / Kevin E. Phillips
- Phillips, Kevin E.
- New York : Productivity Press, 2021.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
- The business environment is changing at a faster rate than ever, with transformational shifts taking place in every industry and market in the world. These changes create increased risks for companies that remain complacent. However, they also generate opportunity for businesses willing to adapt and evolve. The key is transforming your organization to meet the demands of tomorrow. Change and Execute: How to Transform and Design Your Business for Sustained Success has been written to help you do just that. This book provides strategic insights, solutions, and direction that will empower you to improve your organization by providing definitive actions that will transform potential into productivity to generate sustained success. You are encouraged to use this book to transform your organization and take it to the next level! Features: Shares 10 changes that will have an enormous impact on the future of business over the next 10 years Highlights the importance of maximizing the value companies deliver to customers Shares the increased threats that are now present due to global competition Includes a fascinating case study on how the Golden State Warriors revolutionized the NBA and effectively draws parallels to how business has evolved in the 21st century Explains how changes in the workplace have shifted the perspective of the "traditional" employee Provides new characteristics and traits leaders need to be successful Examines how policies, processes, procedures, and performance have changed in the workplace Discusses actions companies must take to generate sustained results Describes the risks that are present when you are resistant to change
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- Biographical Note:
- Kevin E. Phillips is a 2017 Top 40 Under 40 Military Honoree, Director of Strategic Planning at Envolve Pharmacy Solutions, United States Air Force Veteran, MBA Graduate of the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, Center for Positive Organizations Fellow, and Project Management Professional. For the past 15 years, he has worked in various business industries and organizations serving as a catalyst for change, and knows exactly what it takes to increase motivation, unleash talent, and transform potential into productivity. Kevin has published two books. His first book, Employee LEAPS: Leveraging Engagement by Applying Positive Strategies, was published in 2016 and focuses on bringing out the best in employees and optimizing workplace performance. His second book, Managing Millennials: The Ultimate Handbook for Productivity, Profitability, and Professionalism, was published in 2018. This book provides strategic insights, solutions, and direction that empowers leaders to get into the hearts and minds of Millennials so they can successfully communicate business priorities in a way that makes sense to this unique employee base. Professional Accomplishments and Awards Bestowed: - Created Millennial Success Survey Tool designed to improve Millennial Employee Productivity (2019) - Published Managing Millennials: The Ultimate Handbook for Productivity, Profitability, and Professionalism (2018) - Top 40 Under 40 Military Honoree (2017) - Published Employee LEAPS: Leveraging Engagement by Applying Positive Strategies (2016) - Center for Positive Organizations Fellow (2014) - Graduated from the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business with MBA (2013) - Fulbright International Summer Institute Scholar (2012) - Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Operation Iraqi Freedom (2008) - Robins Air Force Base, Civil Engineer Group Airman of the Year (2007) - Robins Air Force Base, Airman of the Year (2005)
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