Brad Szollose

Liquid Leadership presents a dynamic approach that will help readers avoid getting caught up in a workforce culture clash between Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y Millennials. But this isn’t management theory: the author presents strategies from his own award-winning business model and experience. Everything from developing a creative high-performance work environment to using social commitment to bring coworkers together, to creating a lasting legacy.

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Jazz vs. Symphony:

Why Micromanaging Digital Work FAILS by Brad Szollose and Rob Hirschfeld

Part 3/8

First, Has Work Changed?

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About the Author

Brad Szollose is an international bestselling author, business consultant, former C-Level executive of a publicly traded company and dynamic keynote speaker who specializes in transitioning companies from the Industrial Age to the Information Age. As a Web Pioneer, Brad cofounded K2 Design, Inc., the first dot-com agency to go public on Nasdaq in an IPO. His management model received the Arthur Andersen Enterprise Award for Best Practices for Fostering Innovation among his Generation Y employees.

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