In The Haves and Have Nots, leading organizational consultant Dr. Harvey A. Hornstein illuminates the predictable psychological and organizational patterns that lead executives to shower themselves with special privileges, demonstrates exactly how these patterns undermine the organization, and—above all—offers practical solutions.
Hornstein outlines a systematic, honest blueprint for rooting out executive misbehavior and enhancing employee identification with the organization. And, in so doing, he clears the way for addressing virtually every business challenge more effectively, from raising productivity to managing change.
The idea that destroys organizations: “We’re not all in this together”
The pernicious culture of executive privilege
The psychology of management misbehavior
Overcoming the natural human impulse to elevate “us” by diminishing “them”
Rewards, respect, and recognition
Breakthrough techniques for managing the three pillars of organizational life
Beyond “loyalty”: real identification
An innovative and practical plan for deepening employee identification with your organization
Building fairer, more successful organizations.
Focuses on the #1 precondition for success: strong employee identification with the organization
Building organizations where everyone really is “in it together”
It’s not just greed: The real reason executives demand unfair special treatment
Aligning rewards, respect, and recognition to maximize employee commitment
Reflects 30 years of real-world case studies from actual enterprise consulting assignments
“No one should be allowed to manage who has not read this book and takenits content to heart.” —Russell L. Ackoff, Anheuser Busch Professor Emeritus of Management Science, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
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