AXIS Performance Advisors

Demystifying sustainability

Management/ Teams Books

Publications in print

Why TeamsWhy Teams Can Fail and What to Do About It

“Have a team that is under performing and not living up to expectations? This team building book offers suggestions for spotting performance problems and solving them. A long term favorite of mine, you’ll learn a lot about helping teams perform more effectively from these team building recommendations.”

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Why TQM Fails and What to Do About It

Why tqmThe “quality revolution” has prompted companies to invest heavily in quality improvement: hiring consultants, retraining workforces and overhauling systems. Many managers, however, have not seen the expected results. This book reveals root causes for the collapse and failures of total quality and offers practical advice to correct and prevent them.

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Publications out of print

TrustThe Trust Imperative

Today’s businesses environment is highly demanding and increasingly competitive, requiring organizations to be flexible, responsive, and continually innovative. In order for this to happen, there must be a high degree of trust throughout the organization. Leaders need to trust that their workers will carry out directives, and employees need a high level of trust in the vision and direction that leaders create for the organization. Without this trust an organization will struggle to reach its goals and attain the success desired.

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RxRx for Business

Rx for Business can provide quick diagnostic help for businesses that need a little organizational first aid. Designed to be as simple to use as a quick-care home health reference, Rx for Business helps managers diagnose specific problems as they occur and offers helpful tips for possible solutions.

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Work RedesignWork Redesign Team Handbook

If you want to redesign your work around empowered teams, this book provides worksheets to help you do it right.

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