Work the System
This book aims to convince people to change their fundamental perception of the world around them from a vision of an impenetrable, amorphous conglomeration, to one made up of individual linear systems, each of which can be improved and perfected. The reader is guided through the process of ''getting'' this new vision, and then through the specifics of applying it. It is simple, believable, and mechanical; not mystical or theoretical. The book shows business leaders and professionals how to achieve a positive macro result by looking at their business and work on a micro level -- by analysing and refining each of the systems that are already in place. Readers will learn how to tweak this network of systems to maximise profits, create client loyalty, and develop autonomous employees. The strategies will also help individuals improve their performance and decrease the stress of being overtaxed or disorganised.
- Hardback | 250 pages
- 157.48 x 231.14 x 25.4mm | 612.35g
- 04 Oct 2011
- Greenleaf Book Group Llc
- Austin, United States
- 3rd ed.
Table of contents
Introduction: Mending a Broken Lineage: Women, Writing, Theology; Fear & Women's Writing: Choosing the Better Part; 'A Wretched Choice?': Evangelical Women & the Word; 'My God Became Flesh': Angela of Foligno Writing the Incarnation; Speaking Funk: Womanist Insights into the Lives of Syncletica & Macrina; 'A Moor of One's Own': Writing & Silence in Sara Maitland's "A Book of Silence"; With Prayer & Pen: Reading Mother E J Dabney's "What It Means to Pray Through"; Writing a Life, Writing Theology: Edith Stein in the Company of the Saints; Writing Hunger on the Body: Simone Weil's Ethic of Hunger & Eucharistic Practice; The Body, to be Eaten, to be Written: A Theological Reflection on the Act of Writing in Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's "Dictee"; Not with One Voice: The Counterpoint of Life, Diaspora, Women, Theology, & Writing; Embodying Theology: Motherhood as Metaphor/Method; Postscript: Wounded Writing / Healing Writing.
About Sam Carpenter
Sam Carpenter is a telecommunications professional and business owner, has a background in engineering, management, publishing, and journalism. He lives in Bend, Oregon, with his wife, Linda.