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Experiment at Work : Explosions and Experiences at the Most Frightening Company on Earth

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Andy Law is the founder and chairman of St Luke's, a successful advertising agency, and one of the most talked-about and studied companies in the world. Described by the prestigious Harvard Business Review as "the most frightening company on earth", and renowned for its innovative (bordering on experimental) management practices and thinking, St Luke's is viewed by many as the company of the future.In this book, Andy Law - himself now elevated to guru status - explains the philosophy and methods behind St Luke's success. This is very much based upon putting personal growth and development ahead of business growth and development. In analysing the success of St Luke's, Law provides points of reflection and a framework for managers and executives from any industry, who are seeking to get the most out of their employees in an age when human resources have become the vital component of nearly every company.show more

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 164 x 206 x 16mm | 421.85g
  • Profile Books Ltd
  • Profile Business
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 186197437X
  • 9781861974372

About Andy Law

Andy Law is the latest addition to the management guru club. He is the founder and chairman of the leading advertising agency St Luke's (with offices in London, Stockholm and Mumbai). He is the author of the business bestseller Open Minds (Orion), the biography of St Luke's. He is one of the most sought-after business speakers in the world.show more

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