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Edward G. Muzio is the author of the award-winning book Four Secrets to Liking Your Work: You May Not Need to Quit to Get the Job You Want (FT Press, 2008), and of numerous other articles and refereed papers regarding business effectiveness. An expert in workplace improvement and its relationship to individual enjoyment, Muzio has been featured on "Fox Business News," BNET, "The Michael Dresser Show," and other national media; he has been cited in many publications including The New York Post, SHRM Consultants Forum and Maxim magazine.
Mr. Muzio is President and CEO of Group Harmonics, a seasoned speaker and instructor, and a leader in the application of analytical models to the improvement of human performance. With clients ranging from single life coaches to Fortune 500 giants, he educates and advises workers and leaders at all levels. Prior to founding Group Harmonics, Mr. Muzio was President and Executive Director of a human services organization, and a trainer and developer of leaders at Intel Corporation and the Sematech technology consortium. His accomplishments include leadership of a worldwide technology infrastructure program, a nationally-recognized engineering development organization, and a local community outreach startup program.
Ed's book is at all times practical and useful. I tend to find most business books banal and overly simplistic. But, I highly recommend Make Work Great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew S. Richter
Our work utilizes changeable fundamentals so i thought i would dig deeper into it with this book. It had lots of principles already out there so i wouldn't say it was... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Boise Nelson
Make Work Great is a very useful and pragmatic book for affecting real change in your work (or other) environment. Read morePublished on August 24, 2010 by Brian J. Lillie
Muzio dives headfirst in describing how anybody can influence change inside an organization. He outlines the thinking and the processes that build from person to mini-culture to... Read morePublished on July 12, 2010 by Tony Deblauwe
Make Work Great is more than a title--it is a promise. Ed Muzio has written a handbook that broadens and deepens every aspect of a career. Read morePublished on June 15, 2010 by James M. Bown