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Seven Miracles of Management by Alan Downs
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Seven Miracles of Management

by Alan Downs

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0735200424, Hardcover)

In this work, the author attacks the folly of ignoring the humanity of a corporation, showing what can be achieved when managers identify and work to realise the full potential of their employees. He presents seven truths that can be applied to tackle corporate challenges.

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In his inspiring work, Alan Downs presents a new model for corporate success based on our inherent "miracle potential" to return spirituality and soul to the workplace. He shows how extraordinary accomplishments can occur when managers access the full potential of their employees.… (more)

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