I was browsing through the latest HBR issue at lunch time today – as you do – and I found a list of recommended books for 2005.
This one caught my attention:
The Broken Windows Theory for Business
(Warner Business Books, November)
A popular law-enforcement theory holds that communities can reduce crime by addressing quality-of-life issues. This consultant wonders whether fixing the little things that bother employees will motivate them to tackle the big issues more effectively.
I want to buy it (naturally) … But …
But … I can’t find the damned book anywhere on the web. It doesn’t seem to exist.
The best I can come up with is this reproduction of the HBR list from 800–CEO-READ.
But no damned book.
Can anyone help?