Tata McGraw - Hill Education
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Budgeting & financial management
Ownership Thinking provides a three-step program for transforming employees from average people just doing their job to top-performing employees who operate with the understanding that they have a very real stake in the company?s success.
Learn how to educate your employees on the fundamentals of business and finance (how the company makes money and how they add or take away value; identify the organization?s key performance indicators; and create incentive plans aligning employees? behavior with business objectives.
About the Author
Brad Hams runs the company Ownership Thinking, which helps organizations combat entitlement mentality.
Table of Contents
Introduction: This Is Not Your Typical Business Book
Chapter 1: Why Ownership Thinking Is Desperately Needed
Chapter 2: How to Create Incentive Plans . . . That Work!
Chapter 3: Your Employees Think You Make Wheelbarrows of Money
Chapter 4: Measure Through the Windshield, Not the Rearview Mirror
Chapter 5: Get RIP?d: Rapid Improvement Plans
Chapter 6: Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs): Do Ownership Thinkers Have to Own?
Chapter 7: Ownership Thinking for the Long Term