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↓ Download Format Kindle [ Why We Work ] For Free ➾ Ebook Author Barry Schwartz ⡹ ↓ Download Format Kindle [ Why We Work ] For Free ➾ Ebook Author Barry Schwartz ⡹ Why We Work INTRODUCTION The Crucial Question Why do we work Why do we drag ourselves out of bed every morning instead of living lives composed of one pleasure filled adventure after another What a silly question We work because we have to make a living Sure, but is that it Of course not When you ask people who are fulfilled by their work why they do the work they do, money almost never comes up The list of nonmonetary reasons people give for doing their work is long and compelling Satisfied workers are engaged by their work They lose themselves in it Not all the time, of course, but often enough for that to be salient to them Satisfied workers are challenged by their work It forces them to stretch themselvesto go outside their comfort zones These lucky people think the work they do is fun, often in the way that doing crossword puzzles or Sudoku is fun Why else do people work Satisfied people do their work because they feel that they are in charge Their workday offers them a measure of autonomy and discretion And they use that autonomy and discretion to achieve a level of mastery or expertise They learn new things, developing both as workers and as people These people do their work because its an opportunity for social engagement They do many of their tasks as part of teams, and even when theyre working alone, there are plenty of opportunities for social interaction during works quiet moments Finally, these people are satisfied with their work because they find what they do meaningful Potentially, their work makes a difference to the world It makes other peoples lives better And it may even make other peoples lives better in ways that are significant Of course, few occupations have all these features, and none, I suspect, have all these features all the time But features of work like these are what get us out of the house, get us to bring work home with us, encourage us to talk about our work with others, and make us reluctant to retire We wouldnt work if we didnt get paid, but thats not at the core of why we do what we do And in general, we think that material rewards are a pretty bad reason for working Indeed, when we say of someone that hes in it for the money, we are not merely being descriptive were passing judgment These diverse sources of satisfaction from work raise some very big questions Why is it that for the overwhelming majority of people in the world, work has few or none of these attributes Why is it that for most of us, work is monotonous, meaningless, and soul deadening Why is it that as capitalism developed, it created a model for work in which opportunities for the nonmaterial satisfactions that might come from itand inspire better workwere reduced or eliminated Workers who do this kind of workwhether in factories, fast food restaurants, order fulfillment warehouses, or indeed, in law firms, classrooms, clinics, and officesdo it for pay Try as they might to find meaning, challenge, and room for autonomy, their work situation defeats them The way their work is structured means that there really is little reason to do these jobs except for pay According to a massive report published in 2013 by Gallup, the Washington, D.C based polling organization, there are twice as many actively disengaged workers in the world as there are engaged workers who like their jobs Gallup has been measuring international employee satisfaction for almost two decades In total it has polled 25 million employees in 189 different countries The latest version gathered information from 230,000 full time and part time workers in 142 countries Overall, Gallup found that only 13 percent of workers feel engaged by their jobs These people feel a sense of passion for their work and they spend their days helping to move their organizations forward The vast majority of us, some 63 percent, are not engaged We are checked out, sleepwalking through our days, putting little energy into our work And the rest of us are actively disengaged, actually hating our jobs In other words, work is often a source of frustration than one of fulfillment for nearly 90 percent of the worlds workers Think of the social, emotional, and perhaps even economic waste that this statistic represents Ninety percent of adults spend half their waking lives doing things they would rather not be doing at places they would rather not be The questions Gallup asks capture many of the reasons for work I just listed The opportunity to do our work right, to do our best, to be encouraged to develop and learn, to feel appreciated by coworkers and supervisors, to feel that our opinions count, to feel that what we do is important, and to have good friends at work are all aspects of work that the survey taps And for the overwhelming majority of people, work falls shortvery short The question is why This book will offer an answer.Barry Schwartz has long been one of the most astute and compassionate observers of American life In Why We Work, he makes a compelling case for building organizations that run with the grain of human nature rather than against it If you want to make work meaningful, for yourself or for your team, you need to read this wise and powerful book Daniel H Pink, author of Drive In a masterful book that delivers a deep understanding why we work, Schwartz makes a convincing case that getting the answer wrong bears profound costs for employees and managers in any organization A highly recommended, thought provoking read Amy Wrsesniewski, Professor of Organizational Behavior, Yale University A meaningful look at why weve lost meaning at work, and where we can find it Adam Grant, Wharton professor and New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take A delightful, accessible book that glides across centuries of business and industry to reveal the underpinning moral foundations of how and why we work If you have a job, or hope to have one, read Why We Work Laszlo Bock, Senior Vice President of People Operations at Google and author of Work Rules Invoking plenty of Adam Smith, Karl Marx, John Maynard Keynes, and even a bit of Bruce Springsteen, Schwartzs inspiring manifesto forces us to question the very nature of modern day work Via fascinating anecdote and plenty of data, the book forcefully claims that how we work isnt working HuffPost Books A concise 90 page treatise on work that should be required reading for every boss and manager Chicago Tribune A terse and engaging book a fine book Forbes.com The Holladay Life Why We Work One of the blogs I regularly follow is doing a link up either tomorrow or Friday titled Work Explaining why they work as couple and giving advice for fellow bloggers on their relationships Why How Living Faith Christian Church such big part our lives The Scriptures have much to say subject As Christians how we unique 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    • Why We Work
    • 3.1
    • 260
    • Format Kindle
    • 1476784868
    • Barry Schwartz
    • Anglais
    • 26 October 2016

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