Training Item

The OZ Principle

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Resource Type:Books/CDs/DVDs
Training Level:Reference
Roger Connors, Tom Smith and Craig Hickman
The Penguin Group

The Oz Principle illustrates the vital role greater personal and organizational accountability plays in the achievement of business results.  As a bestselling book since its original publication in 1994, the Oz Principle has helped hundreds of thousands of people tap the power of one of the most influential and useful business ideas of recent times.

Recommended Use

Gives readers a straightforward approach to accountability. Lays out the method and approach for building greater accountability to maximize the impact of every organizational initiative.

Is Fee?Yes
Content Areas:
  • Board Involvement and Support
  • HR Management - General Staff Recruiting, Development, and Retention
Recommended By:
Vicki Krotzer
Maximum Business Consulting, LLC
phone: 717-487-2371

Victoria Krotzer, PHR, has over 20 years of experience in human resource management.  She received her Professional Certification in Human Resources in 2002.  Vicki has served as the Human Resources Director and Assistant Vice President for several medium to large companies in York County with locations across eight states.  She has experience in overseeing employment law throughout the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia.

Ms. Krotzer served two terms as the Director of the Pennsylvania State Council of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM).  She has served on the PA SHRM State Council since 2000 and is the former President of the York, PA SHRM Chapter.  She currently serves on the Human Relations Expertise Panel for the national Society for Human Resource Management in Alexandria, Virginia.

Ms. Krotzer’s vast experience in human resources encompasses employee relations, unemployment, workers’ compensation, handbook and policy writing, training, FMLA, Payroll, recruiting, COBRA administration, benefits program design, negotiation and administration.