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Overview Throughout the world, good organizations have learned to seek win/win outcomes. However, in the near future, the great organizations will be those that go one step further. When managers and employees agree to work together this generates goodwill, increased communication, and greater productivity creating a win/win situation. But the benefits certainly don't stop there. These positives spill over and are "caught" by fellow workers. Morale increases. Job security increases. Customers receive better products or services. All involved achieve success and satisfaction creating a win/wn...win situation. In this book, readers will learn how to analyze their respective organizations, obtain commitment to shared vision and values, and set the course for a better future. Then, they will learn how to develop appropriate leadership for the conditions at hand. Once the leaders are leading, they will learn how to get others to effectively follow and build true teamwork throughout their organization. Leaders will also learn the secrets to solving any problem, how to make decisions quickly and accurately, and how to implement action plans that work.
Publishers Description Throughout the world, good organizations have learned to seek win/win outcomes. However, in the near future, the great organizations will be those that go one step further.When managers and employees agree to work together this generates goodwill, increased communication and greater productivity creating a win/win situation. But the benefits certainly don t stop there. These positives spill over and are caught by fellow workers. Morale increases. Job security increases. Customers receive better products or service. All involved achieve success and satisfaction creating a win/win . . . win situation.In this book, readers will learn how to analyze their respective organizations, obtain commitment to shared vision and values and set the course for a better future. Then, they will learn how to develop appropriate leadership for the conditions at hand. Once the leaders are leading, they will learn how to get others to effectively follow and build true teamwork throughout their organization. Leaders will also learn the secrets to solving any problem, how to make decisions quickly and accurately and how to implement action plans that work.Whether applied to a business, hospital, city government or family, the principles and lessons in "Win Win Win" will set the course for a better future.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.68" Weight: 0.81 lbs.
Release Date Nov 15, 2007
Publisher AUTHENTIC BOOKS
ISBN 1934068055 ISBN13 9781934068052
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More About Brian D. Molitor
Brian D. Molitor is chief executive officer of Molitor International, a consulting, training, and coaching company with more than twenty-five years of experience serving clients in North America, Europe, Australia, the United Kingdom, the Caribbean, and Africa. His company has helped thousands of people identify their organization's vision, mission, core values and operating principles, as well as optimize their most valuable resources, their people.Brian has produced and hosted numerous television series on best business practices, interpersonal relationships, family building, and leadership. He has served on many executive boards, including area labor-management committees, a statewide prison ministry, and international businesses.Brian has been recognized for his accomplishments by numerous professional achievements during the past twenty years and recently was named among Who's Who Worldwide for outstanding business leadership. He resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan with his wife and children.
Brian D. Molitor currently resides in Midland, in the state of Michigan. Brian D. Molitor was born in 1952.
Reviews - What do customers think about Win Win Win?
Win/Win - there's no downside to that, but could it go further? Jul 10, 2008
Win/Win - there's no downside to that, but could it go further? "Win Win Win: Organizational Success Through the Power of Agreement" is a management strategy that encourages more victories, no matter how small, to increase their morale and productivity by spreading the benefits throughout their company and not just its top. Stating that a company's success can only increase the more winners there are in each deal, "Win Win Win: Organizational Success Through the Power of Agreement" is a seminal and refreshing management guidebook, and highly recommended for community library business collections.
Building Agreement to Win Jun 6, 2008
Companies and corporations live in a crucible of change and finding repeatable ways to win is an unrelenting challenge. It is not surprising that those leading the organizations often turn to consultants to help them find winning combinations.
Brian D. Molitor, CEO of Molitor International, is well qualified to share insights and ideas and to assist any organization that desires to become and remain strong. Win Win Win is a highly readable contribution in this field and will be an asset in the hands of those looking for guidance in how to take a group of people to a more productive, successful level of operation.
This book is not only for the corporate world, however. The strategies and ideas put forth by Molitor apply to churches, communities, service organizations, non-profits and even parents who seek positive change within their areas of influence. Few people get through the day without having to cooperate, collaborate or just plain tolerate those with whom they work and live. Win Win Win offers many suggestions for everyone on how to develop better communication skills and create stronger working relationships.
Well organized with a clean layout, the reader quickly sees how the principles and ideas build upon one another. In the first chapter, the concept of organizational success through the Power of Agreement is explained and thoughts are offered on why so many organizations do not thrive. "Leadership commitment is the key to any successful change process," according to Molitor, and he consistently gives example of how this key to success has the power to unlock solutions and answers often thought to be insurmountable.
Workplace culture is given significant attention and Molitor has learned through his many experiences in providing consulting services to trust the knowledge and insight found in many front line employees. His genius is in having a solid program for building the bridges of communication that must exist throughout all levels of the organization to be able to tap and share the intellectual assets residing in all members of the group.
Success begins with a clear purpose and direction so the work begins in defining the vision and mission, followed by communicating these clearly throughout the group. The "power of the plan" carries the effort through much hard work but the organizations that have the character and strength to see it through do come out winners.
I found the case studies included to be informative and well connected to the principles that precede them. The groups highlighted are the very fabric of our society and several are located in the Midwest, an area of manufacturing and service that has struggled mightily to manage the constant pace of change occurring in the last several decades.
Molitor does an excellent job of addressing both head and heart and steers blessedly clear of clichés, buzz words and corporate-speak. Sincerity and common sense come through in every page. I highly recommend Win Win Win to CEO's, community leaders, shop managers, church groups, volunteer organizations and families who are seeking a primer on how to get - and keep - a grip on the organizational entities that are important to them.
Paula Buermele is a reviewer for BookPleasures and the author of "The Dream Catcher Tour."