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Games At Work: How to Recognize and Reduce Office Politics

ISBN: 978-0-470-26200-9
Hardcover
256 pages
April 2009
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Foreword (Kevin Cashman).

Introduction.

1 LET THE GAMES BEGIN.

What Games Are and How They Are Played in Organizations.

2 PLAYING TO LOSE.

The Negative Impact of Games on Core Business Activities.

3 FERTILE GROUND.

Why Games Are So Pervasive in Modern Corporations.

4 EYES WIDE SHUT.

Why People Don’t Deal with Games at Work.

5 AN EYE-OPENING EXPERIENCE.

Awakening to Games.

6 COUNT ME OUT.

Choosing Not to Play.

7 GAME, INTERRUPTED.

Executing Your Choice.

8 INTERCONNECTIONS.

How Games Are Linked In to an Ecology.

9 THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE.

Toward a Games-Conscious Model of Transformation.

10 GAMES AT THE TOP.

The Impact of Playing in the Executive Suite.

11 A SUSTAINABLE GOAL.

Transforming Organizations in Small but Signifi cant Ways.

Appendix: List of Games.

References.

Acknowledgments.

About the Authors.

Index.

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