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Author Stancampiano, Juliana, 1978-
Title Radical outcomes : how to create extraordinary teams that get tangible results / Juliana Stancampiano.
Imprint Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, [2019]
2019

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Author Stancampiano, Juliana, 1978-
Subject Teams in the workplace.
Selling.
Leadership.
Customer relations.
Corporate culture.
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LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OHIOLINK SAFARI EBOOKS    ONLINE  
View online
Author Stancampiano, Juliana, 1978-
Subject Teams in the workplace.
Selling.
Leadership.
Customer relations.
Corporate culture.
Add Title How to create extraordinary teams that get tangible results
Description 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Note Description based on print version record.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "Create simple, engaging, and effective outputs that actually get results Billions of corporate dollars are spent every year on initiatives to help people succeed in their job, but much of it goes to waste. Across industries, people are scrambling to find what they need to grow and improve at work, and executives are left wondering why these initiatives aren't effective. Author Juliana Stancampiano has plumbed the depths of this massive disconnect with her team. With this book, she bridges the gap. Radical Outcomes is a blueprint for a new way of working. Instead of taking old methods and retrofitting them for new technology, Stancampiano unveils a collaborative, fast, and effective way of working that avoids randomness and organizational drag. The book offers a new way of working--the future of the way people and teams will work together. Find out how to get tangible results through a structured process Cut through noise and information overload to give people what they really need Design the right output for the right outcome Improve and succeed no matter where you are in the organization Find out how to create radical outcomes through high performing teams--and get started today"-- Provided by publisher.
"Sales handles: - Online and Media Platform: Author has created the Oxygen Experience which is an online experience that can be taken and this would be provided as the text -- projected need 3,000 books in the first year. - Newsletter subscribers -- 2,800 members - Content dissemination -- Sales Enablement Society - 2,000 members - Key Notes: - Sales Enablement Conference: Dallas, TX, October 2017, 250 attendees - HCI Conference: Scottsdale, AZ, October 2017, 150 attendees About the book: People ask all the time, "Where do I go to become more knowledgeable about where my profession is headed? And how do I get started?" We found ourselves saying, "Well, it depends." This is a drag, because the only answers we could provide were the least worse ones. We decided we didn't want to have a least worst answer anymore. This book will help people in the workplace discover a new way of working that focuses on business outcomes instead of random stuff, in a way that's collaborative, fast, and fun by providing guidance on how to create simple, engaging, and effective outputs that actually get results, through the new way of working. We believe this is the future of the way people and teams will work together"-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9781119524250
9781119524281
1119524288
1119524253
9781119524250
9781119524298 (ePDF)
OCLC # 1117776680
Additional Format Print version: Stancampiano, Juliana, 1978- Radical outcomes. Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, [2019] 9781119524250 (DLC) 2018041055 (OCoLC)1051776845



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