Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Ideas@Work: Tapping Employee Ideas for higher Productivity

My book on Staff Suggestions Systems Ideas@Work: Tapping Employee Ideas for Higher Productivity (165 pages, 6” x 9”, perfect bound) is now available in Singapore and Malaysia.



HOW TO PURCHASE

If you are from SINGAPORE, you can purchase directly from:

Select Books


51, Armenian Street
Singapore 179939
Telephone: 6337 9319
website: www.selectbooks.com.sg

If you are in MALAYSIA, you can make your purchase from TIJ Consultants Sdn Bhd. Further details are found here.

Overseas readers can purchase through Paypal at S$35 (inclusive of postage):




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SYNOPSISIt’s been almost a quarter of a century since the publication of Masaaki Imai’s bestseller, Kaizen, The Key to Japan’s Competitive Edge, and still few companies outside Japan fully understand how to make the suggestion system work. Many companies that embarked on a staff suggestion system have encountered problems such as low participation, poor quality of suggestions and lack of support from the managers.
In this book, Lam Chun See, a management consultant with more than twenty years of consulting experience in Japanese productivity systems will help you to understand the root causes of these problems and how to overcome them. Written for managers, this book will teach you:

 How to design, manage and promote the staff suggestion system

 How to encourage and empower your subordinates to make more and better quality suggestions

 How to guide your subordinates in the correct technique of writing suggestions

This book is a must-read for all managers even if your company does not have a formal staff suggestion system.


Related articles
1) More about this book
3) Contents of the book Ideas@work

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