Re: Looking for a good book on "corporate culture"
> opinions of other authors on
> > the important aspects of corporate culture that
> the astute editor,
> > writer, or technical writer must learn in order to
> survive and possibly
> > even thrive in the modern workplace.
-- Geoff, in my experience in non-profits, the following two books have been helpful:
--Jim Collins, _Good to Great_ -- for insight into the overall driving focus of a well-run corporation, and the multilayered decisions that focus involves
--I do not remember the exact title/s, but the I believe it is Greenleaf Foundation has some wonderful texts on servant leadership and board governance, that are good from a management standpoint
Heidi Arnold, M.A.
developmental editing and copyediting
academic monographs, fiction, and nonfiction
hwarnold -at- alumni -dot- reed -dot- edu
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