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Management article
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Reference no. U0210B
Authors: - Unknown
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Update", 2002

Abstract

Are your employees invested in the bottom line? If not, they can''t help you hit your financial targets. Read what Jack Stack, a pioneer of the concept of open book management and the president and CEO of Springfield Remanufacturing Corp., believes are some of the most important ingredients for creating a company culture in which knowledgeable and concerned employees focus on the bottom line. Includes the sidebar "Listening to the Ratios."

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Abstract

Are your employees invested in the bottom line? If not, they can''t help you hit your financial targets. Read what Jack Stack, a pioneer of the concept of open book management and the president and CEO of Springfield Remanufacturing Corp., believes are some of the most important ingredients for creating a company culture in which knowledgeable and concerned employees focus on the bottom line. Includes the sidebar "Listening to the Ratios."

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