A Teal Doctrine of Quality - The case of Teal self-organization
The Polish version of my book "A Teal Doctrine of Quality" has been sold in over 12.000 copies. In May 2015, the book took first place in the category "The best economic guide" in the Economicus 2015 competition organized by “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” (A Legal Journal). In June 2016, the book received the award of the Collegium of Business Administration of the Warsaw School of Economics “for the best work in the field of enterprise sciences in the years 2014-2015”.
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How are work outcomes affected by the treatment of those who do it? I have been exploring this question for ~50 years. In that time, one comment stuck with me more than any other. It was made in 1998 when I interviewed a group of men in Indianapolis who had redesigned most of the US city’s waste collection and disposal operations. “We are no longer expected to park our brains at the door when we come to work.”