Free Agents. People and Organizations Creating a New Working Community

  • ID: 2214580
  • Book
  • 186 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Today′s deluge of organizational change needn′t leave employer and employee at odds. Free Agents presents a win–win scenario for both. Here, individuals learn how to take charge of their lives and careers, to separate themselves from their "jobs" and redefine themselves in terms of the new marketplace. Organizations discover a proven process for aligning the needs of these empowered professionals with the needs of the organization. It helps them to improve their competitive advantage, create and sustain a Free Agent community, as well as an environment where everyone is committed to excellence.
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PrefaceAcknowledgementsThe Authors

1. Responding to Change

Part One: Becoming a Free Agent

2. The Free Agent Process: Creating a New Future

3. Separating: Drawing the Final Curtain

4. Redefining: Moving Beyond Comfort

5. Positioning: Staking Your Claim

Part Two: Becoming a Free Agent Community

6. The Need for Corporate Change: Sailing into Uncharted Waters

7. Corporate Separating: Embracing the New

8. Redefining the Corporate Infrastructure

9. Corporate Positioning

Part Three: Sustaining Free Agents and a Free Agent Community

10. Living the Free Agent Life

11. Maintaining a Free Agent Community

12. Free Agent Communities in Action

ReferencesFor Further InformationIndex
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SUSAN B. GOULD lives in Portola Valley, California. KERRY J. WEINER lives in San Francisco, California. BARBARA R. LEVIN lives in Portola Valley, California.
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