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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Workplace Culture
  • Language:English
  • Pages:144

The Corporate Drain

Solutions for the Inefficient American Workplace

by Yoel Yohan

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Overview
It’s time to look at a typical day at work in corporate America and how bad habits, bad procedures, and bad communication creep into the workplace, undermining productivity. Business experts agree that procedural inefficiency is an all-too-famil¬iar theme in today’s workplace—eliminating it is one of business managers’ most important responsibilities. The Corporate Drain provides business leaders with tools to recognize problems and tips for raising efficiency and improving performance such as: • Unclogging the flood of information (e-mails, paper reports, meetings, and conference calls) • Maximizing the potential of each employee using cost-effective incentives • How training can never be underestimated or overapplied The globalization of the business world challenges American companies to observe and understand how cultural diversity affects their operations. Author Yoel Yohan, raised in India and educated at a British military school, credits his own cultural diversity with his successful career at one of the global giants—United Parcel Service. In The Corporate Drain, Yohan provides powerful examples and tools for profitable growth in today’s international marketplace.
Description
It’s time to look at a typical day at work in corporate America and how bad habits, bad procedures, and bad communication creep into the workplace, undermining productivity. Business experts agree that procedural inefficiency is an all-too-famil¬iar theme in today’s workplace—eliminating it is one of business managers’ most important responsibilities. The Corporate Drain provides business leaders with tools to recognize problems and tips for raising efficiency and improving performance such as: • Unclogging the flood of information (e-mails, paper reports, meetings, and conference calls) • Maximizing the potential of each employee using cost-effective incentives • How training can never be underestimated or overapplied The globalization of the business world challenges American companies to observe and understand how cultural diversity affects their operations. Author Yoel Yohan, raised in India and educated at a British military school, credits his own cultural diversity with his successful career at one of the global giants—United Parcel Service. In The Corporate Drain, Yohan provides powerful examples and tools for profitable growth in today’s international marketplace.
About the author
Yoel Yohan is a consultant who helps businesses improve their operations, logistics, and overall efficiency to become more profitable. His speaking engagements range from corporate boards to employee meetings. He serves on the board of directors for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Atlanta and was part of the UPS mentorship program with stu¬dents and teachers of Thurgood Marshall Middle School. The UPS program received numerous recognitions, including “Best Corporate Partnership” from Atlanta Public Schools, Hands On Atlanta, and AmeriCorps. He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Michelle. S&PI Corporation. utilizes his thirty-seven years of business experiences along with that of many other business professionals, each having thirty-plus years of business background in various areas of IT, logistics, operations, supply chain, finance, transpor¬tation and HR. His innovative Web-based consulting advice has improved the bottom-line profitability of businesses by millions of dollars while saving them hundreds of thousands of dollars in traditional consulting costs.

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