In today’s market place, establishing efficient, effective solutions to shifting trends creates challenges for every organization. Apart from finding the right solution, organizations have to implement them successfully while building upon existing solutions. Now, David G. Peterson proposes a roadmap to the management of solutions through the alignment of people, processes and best practices. His new book, Handling the Remedy: Alignment, was created to offer a clear, holistic plan to effectively align the organisation, improve productivity and increase the bottom line.
This book is certain to enable you to both identify effective solutions – and to facilitate them in an efficient and seamless way. Engaging, innovative, and highly readable, Handling the Remedy: Alignment offers an invaluable strategy to help different departments work more cohesively, and the company as a whole to perform better. It is required reading for business and IT managers who are committed to identifying emerging challenges, devising a solution, and ensuring that the solution is carried out in a manner that delivers the best results possible. In short, every company must learn how to “handle the remedy.”
With its guiding principles of working closely with customers and building on the solutions already in place, Peterson details how a company can ensure that the workforce and solutions are aligned.
Handling The Remedy covers three key areas: people, processes, and best practices. The first book in a planned series, it focuses on the alignment of people and method. The first book can be applied to any department of the organization.
Engaging, insightful, and highly readable, Handling the Remedy: Alignment offers an invaluable strategy that can help different departments work more cohesively, and the company as a whole to perform better. Innovative, actionable, and accessible, this ingenious approach to managing business is certain to help any company solve the most challenging of problems. It’s a must for any leader who wants to affect productive and profitable change.