Gain competitive advantage by taking a people-first approach to building your amazing organization.
The Human Workplace is out now on Kogan Page. Get a 20% discount on your copy direct from the publisher using code ATHW20.
Packed with interviews and case studies from Microsoft, Schneider Electric, CGI, Universal, Lego, SAP, BBC Worldwide and other global companies that have benefited from a people-centred approach.
Redefines our view of the organization, its relationship with people and how we interact with it.
Essential and practical guide for anyone seeking to get the right people, in the right places, doing the right things.
This book shows everyone how to create a platform for people to thrive, because when they do, organizations thrive too.
Inspire the future success of your organization today, with your copy of The Human Workplace.
An alternative look at the relationship between people, organisations and work fit for the modern world, by someone who is immersed in it. From building the organizational platform, to delivering the right experience, the book takes a journey that explains how organisations can ensure they have the right people, in the right places, doing the right things. It offers practical exercises that anyone can do to get there and shares interviews and case studies from some of the world’s most amazing companies, doing the most amazing things.
Published: 3rd October 2017
Dimensions: 234×156 232 pages
“The principles set out in The Human Workplace are helpful for any company that emphasizes purpose and identity, connection with the company, each other and the community.”
Mark Levy, Airbnb’s first Head of Employee Experience
“Andy Swann knows better than most that things just aren’t that straightforward. Bringing his work at the coalface of organizational change with him, he leads us through the challenges, debunks the fads and offers practical and effective ways of not only coping with the challenges of the future but possibly even enjoying them.”
Euan Semple, Author, Speaker and Business Strategist