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Publisher Description

Ken Blanchard and Sheldon Bowles, co-authors of the New York Times business bestsellerRaving Fans, are back with Gung Ho!-an invaluable management tool that outlines foolproof ways to increase productivity by fostering excellent morale in the workplace. Through the inspirational story of business leaders, the revolutionary technique of Gung Ho!is revealed in three simple, yet amazingly powerful principles:

The Spirit of the Squirrel: Practice worthwhile work
The Way of the Beaver: Be in control of achieving the goal
The Gift of the Goose: Cheer each other on

Destined to become a classic, Gung Ho! also includes a clear game plan with a step-by-step outline for instituting these groundbreaking ideas that boost enthusiasm and performance and usher in astonishing results for any organization. Whether your organization consists of one or is listed in the Fortune 500, this AudioBook ensures Gung Ho! employees committed to success.

Business & Personal Finance
Agnes Herrmann
hr min
April 1
Random House Audio

Customer Reviews

SteedaST ,

Gung Ho

I've read this book several times and yes it is written in a simple way but it's the meaning of the book that still comes through... How to manage based on three simple principles THAT WORK! It's not how the book is written, or how simple or complicated reading it is... It's the principles expressed throughout the book. It's good simple easy to understand and it works.

goldbrit ,

Gung Ho!

Easy to understand. Good methodolgy for team building to success...

DJ Lava ,

Business self-help dumbed down to a cartoon level

Im surprised to even find this on itunes, its as outdated as dinosaurs, DDT and Chief Knock-a-homa (thats the banned old, bigoted native american mascot of the Atlanta Braves.

The person reading the book even does all the racist voices of the local native american that teaches the CEO how to turn the corporation around.

typical passage, Executive: Our sales projections are not being met by ABC department"

Chief MBA: "Diminishing returns wampum, old axiom me learn in 2nd moon of Harvard business School, wampum."

This book is that pathetic and offensive and I am in no way on PC patrol.

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