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Posted April 4, 2013
There is very little of value in this book. The book over promis
There is very little of value in this book. The book over promises and under delivers. Weiss keeps going on an on about his glorious consulting past. From chapter one you start sensing that he has a big ego. The basic proposition is: Get the clients trust, get their business, deliver on time and ask for more business. Weiss seems to have done some consulting on human resources several decades ago but lacks business education and depth. He credentials state that he has some kind of psychologist degree and in the book he tries to showcase basic selling techniques. If you really want a good book on management consulting try "Managing The Professional Service Firm" by David Maister. His other books are on million dollar coaching and speaking and god knows what else. Don't waste your money and time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.