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The Oz Principle: Getting Results Through Individual and Organizational Accountability

Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher: Oasis Audio

Date: February 2011

Duration: 8 hours 3 minutes

Summary:

The Oz Principle is the groundbreaking work that demonstrates the vital role of accountability in the achievement of business results and the improvement of both individual and organizational performance. With more than a half million copies sold, The Oz Principle has emerged as one of the most influential and useful business ideas of recent times.

The Oz Principle shows how to overcome The Blame Game that is so prevalent in organizations today. By taking the Steps to Accountability® and helping people See It®, Own It®, Solve It®, and Do It®, the authors help people move Above the Line® to take ownership for overcoming obstacles and getting results. The audio book spells out how to capture the power of positive accountability by helping people at every level of the organization ask the question, “What else can I do?” to achieve the result.

The Oz Principle changed the fate of hundreds of companies because it works! People want to be accountable. Taking ownership of a business is exciting. So is improved performance. That’s why accountability has become a core management value for thousands of organizations throughout the world.

“The Oz Principle describes what we’ve all suspected - that it isn’t just America in crisis, but the American character. The good news is that Connors, Smith, and Hickman also describe the ‘yellow brick road’ we must follow to rebuild the dominant qualities to achieve success.” —Stephen R. Covey, author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

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  • Mark

    I know this book is famous, but the material is generic and the delivery is BORING. I literally fast-forwarded multiple times looking for something meaningful that would hold my attention. Concepts are decent, but you can do way better.

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