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Brave New Work

Are You Ready to Reinvent Your Organization?
Narrated by: Aaron Dignan
Length: 8 hrs and 10 mins
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Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Brave New Work written and read by Aaron Dignan. 

The way we work is broken. It takes forever to get anything done. Meetings and emails are incessant. Bureaucracy stifles talent and creativity. After decades of management theory and multiple waves of technological and societal change, is this really the best we can do?

Aaron Dignan teaches companies how to eliminate red tape, tap in to collective intelligence and rethink long-held traditions that no longer make sense. In Brave New Work, he shows you how to revolutionize the way your company works forever. 

Using stories from companies at the cutting edge of organizational transformation, Brave New Work will show you how to transform your team, department and business from the inside out, making work more adaptable, abundant and human. It is packed with new tactics and tips for updating your company's operating system: the simple rules and assumptions so deeply embedded that you don't even think to question them. Learn how to reignite passion and energy throughout your organization and to build a company that runs itself.

©2019 Aaron Dignan (P)2019 Penguin Books Ltd

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Great great great.

Some is confirming. Some is reframing. Most is a revelation- well at least for me. Started to put small practices into place before I’d even finished the book. I feel as though I missed heaps on the first read. Going back for the second immediately