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Posted March 22, 2004
The next step for Open-Book Management
In his first book on Open-Book Management (OBM), the author builds the case for why a change in management practice is necessary, and why OBM in particular uniquely best addresses the issues needed for successful management today. Once one has read that book and is either interested enough to want to learn more or sold to the point he or she wants to implement it, then this book is the perfect follow-up. <br><br> This book focuses on the details, and they say the devil is always in the details. You could say the authors first book dealt more with the 'WHY' and this deals more with the 'HOW', though there is some crossover. By drawing experiences (both good and bad) from 100 companies, the reader can benefit enormously by not having to deal with as much trial-and-error personally. I highly recommend this book to those who are likely to implement OBM.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.