If someone wants to excel in the workplace, reading books while on the job might not seem like the best place to start, but 'Books At Work' is a new service designed to do just that. The subscription platform lets companies send their employees detailed, concise summaries of productivity- and workplace-focused non-fiction books, helping those employees to stay better informed, better motivated, and more productive.
Innovation is tough in companies, and Books At Work hopes to better facilitate it with its titles. The online service has plenty of famous non-fiction titles, including 'The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,' 'How to Win Friends and Influence People,' and 'The Tipping Point.' The subscription models are priced based on the amount of employees one has, so companies of all sizes can benefit.
'Books At Work' Offers Up Condensed Summaries for Offices
1. Workplace Reading - Subscription-based platforms offering condensed summaries of non-fiction books to employees
1. Corporate Training - Training and Development industry can incorporate book summaries in their programs to enhance workplace productivity
2. E-learning - Online education industry can use these services to create training modules on workplace productivity
3. Human Resources - HR departments can use this service to create personalized development plans for their employees.