Review: qCreating Enlightened Organizations isn't just a book that will be well received by a broad readership, it is an important book that will fill a gap in the spirituality in the workplace landscape. There aren't many models people can use for investigating this topic and fewer still that respect the entire range of sacred journeys. Judi Neal has created a guidepost for anyone serious about learning how his or her spirituality can be incorporated into day-to-day organizational life.q - Daryl Conner, Chairman, Conner Partners; author, Managing at the Speed of Change; recipient of the 2008 International Spirit at Work Award qSpeaking as a business executive with extensive experience in numerous Fortune 100 organizations and as an academic, I know that there are many of us who have long awaited something like this book that could tangibly and rigorously bridge the theoretical with the practical in bringing faith and spirituality into the workplace. This book is germinal, ground-breaking, and timely. As one who has followed and participated in the development of this area within organizations and academia, I am confident that this work will be a tremendous addition to the relevant leadership and organizational lexicon.q - Arthur L. Jue, Coauthor, Social Media at Work and Leadership Moments: Turning Points That Changed Lives and Organizations qJudi Neal's book, Creating Enlightened Organizations, provides a concrete framework for exploring what many consider to be soft and squishy, the concept of workplace spirituality. Her pioneer work in this field is evidenced by the many practical tools, suggestions, and resources offered in this book. If you are interested in exploring the many manifestations of spirit on the job, this is the book for you.q - John Fassnacht, Director of People Strategies, Novation qCreating Enlightened Organizations is an eminently practical guide to establishing best practices for supporting the soul at work. Judi Neal draws on her immense background in the spirit-at-work movement to provide tested strategies and effective activities for nurturing spirit at work at the individual, team, and organizational levels. If you are ready to go beyond talking about spirit at work, this is the best guide I know of for implementing its central concepts in practical ways.q - Gary J. Boelhower, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, The College of St. Scholastica, USANew York: Hyperion Publishers. Jones, Michael. 1995. Creating an ... The balanced scorecard: Translating strategy into action. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. ... New York, NY: Villard Books. Lagatree, Kirsten. 1998. Feng shui atanbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-12-05|