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Books

The Agility Factor: Building Adaptable Organizations for Superior Performance
Christopher G. Worley, Thomas D. Williams, and Edward E. Lawler III
(Jossey-Bass, 2014)
Employee Surveys That Work: Improving Design, Use, and Organizational Impact
Alec Levenson
(Berrett-Koehler Publishers and Society For Human Resource Management, 2014)
Assessing Organization Agility: Creating Diagnostic Profiles to Guide Transformation
Christopher G. Worley, Thomas D. Williams, and Edward E. Lawler III
(Jossey-Bass, 2014)

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Working Papers

The Changing Landscape of Employee Rewards: Observations and Prescriptions
Gerry Ledford (CEO)
June 2014
Designing Organizations for Sustainable Effectiveness: A New Paradigm for Organizations and Academic Researchers
Sue Mohrman (CEO) and Ed Lawler (CEO)
January 2014
What is the future of HR?
John Boudreau (CEO) Ian Ziskin (CEO) and Carrie Gibson (CEO)
January 2014

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DVDs

Built to Change
DVD featuring Edward Lawler and Christopher Worley. Based on the book Built to Change. Lawler and Worley highlight the major themes in their book with practical examples.

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Videos

Accelerating Organizational Transition
Produced by Susan A. Mohrman & Serge Lashutka, 2001

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Research Monographs

What Do Employees Really Want? The Perception vs. The Reality
World Economic Forum Report, 2001
Creating a Strategic Human Resources Organization
Edward Lawler, III & Susan Mohrman, 2000
Strategies for the Knowledge Economy: From Rhetoric to Reality
World Economic Forum Report, 2000

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