Cirque Du Soleil By Thomas J. DeLong; Vineeta Vijayaraghavan

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Subjects Covered:

Human resource management; Organizational behavior; Service management

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Description

Retaining talent is an issue for any company whose success relies on the creativity and excellence of its employees. This is especially true for Cirque du Soleil, the spectacularly successful “circus without animals,” whose 2,100 employees include 500 artists–mimes, clowns, acrobats, gymnasts, musicians, and production professionals. Managing a company full of creative people is a juggling act in itself, between keeping its artists happy and pursuing a successful strategy for attracting more business and talent.

Learning objective:

To focus on the particular importance of treating employees like customers in order to grow employee satisfaction along with commercial success.

2 reviews for Cirque Du Soleil By Thomas J. DeLong; Vineeta Vijayaraghavan

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