- Author: Abraham H. Maslow
- ISBN: 9780470342787
- Year Published: 1998
- Pages: 336
- BISAC: BUS041000, BUSINESS & ECONOMICS/Management
About the Book and Topic:
A revision of a seminal work by Dr. Abraham Maslow which applies his ideas on human behavior, personality, and motivation to the workforce. * Peter Drucker says of the original edition that “this is by far Maslow’s best book. It had an enormous impact on me.” * Foreword by Warren Bennis. * Includes interviews with Chris Argyis from Harvard, Gary Hamel and Mort Meyerson from Perot Systems, Andy Kay, Michael Murphy, and Steve Jobs. * Reflects the thinking and writing of one of the most influential experts on human behavior. * Maslow’s theories are widely taught at business schools throughout the country, and Harvard and Stanford have created a seminar series focusing on Maslow’s views on management.
About the Author
The late ABRAHAM H. MASLOW is the most widely renowned expert on human behavior and motivation. His books are acknowledged as standards in the psychology literature worldwide. DEBORAH C. STEPHENS, cofounder, The Center for Innovative Leadership, is an author, educator, and management consultant in the areas of customer service, leadership, and organizational development. She is coauthor of One Size Fits One: Building Relationships One Customer and One Employee at a Time and Executive Producer of “Leadership Lessons From the Fast Lane,” a monthly Internet broadcast which highlights leaders from organizations and institutions worldwide. GARY HEIL is an educator, business consultant, and expert on leadership, service quality, and change management. Founder of the Center for Innovative Leadership, Hell is a highly regarded speaker and frequent commentator on American and Australian radio and television. In addition, Hell has served on the Board of Examiners for The Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award and is coauthor of Leadership and the Customer Revolution and One Size Fits One: Building Relationships One Customer and One Employee at a Time.