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No Magic Bullet: Seven Steps to Better Performance

By  Joe Willmore

No Magic Bullet: Seven Steps to Better Performance

Chances are you've tried many of the latest management fads in the hope that they'll give you a quick fix for troubling performance issues in your organization.

But there's a problem: those quick fixes don't bring effective long-term change. As emotionally appealing as the latest "magic bullet" theory may be, it's unlikely to address an important reality in most organizations: complexity. Change needs to be made in a logical, systemic way at different levels to be successful and sustainable. In No Magic Bullet: Seven Steps to Better Performance, author Joe Willmore delivers seven steps to help you create serious performance improvements in your organization. His approach includes techniques and tips that help you

  • understand why quick fixes don't work
  • avoid "management fashion" fads
  • figure out if your organization thinks systemically
  • identify outstanding performers and start learning from them
  • focus on what really matters.

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Joe Willmore
Joe Willmore is president of the Willmore Consulting Group, a performance consulting firm located near Washington, D.C. He has more than 35 years of consulting experience with a wide range of clients, including the World Bank, Intelsat, Lockheed Martin, the U.S. Navy, Booz Allen Hamilton, and the Smithsonian Institution. Willmore is author of several ATD Press books, most recently, Performance Basics, 2nd Edition
. He also has served on ATD’s board of directors and held other leadership positions within ATD and other professional societies.

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ISBN: 9781562865092

Pages: 208

Publisher: ASTD Press

Pub Date: April 2009

Formats: Paperback, PDF

Product Code: 110904

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