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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2008

    A reviewer

    This is the best business book I have ever read. The writing and style of the book is very non-traditional compared to other books in this category which is refreshing and engaging all at once. Re-imagine! appealed to both my engineering and business background and has made me rethink the way I look at things and will definitely influence the way I run my company and projects in the future. Relevant information for our time and a must read for anyone desiring a fresh perspective.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2006

    Ahead of His Time

    Just like the late Peter Drucker, Tom Peters is way ahead of his time. Many organizations are only just catching on to what he wrote twenty years - and they still can't get it right (utility companies being a case in point). I read this book when it came out, and I've re-read sections of it again and again. It's like a giant Fast Company magazine - the style and layout of the book lends itself well to a dip in and out style, and in fact is not necessarily meant to be read in order. Those who love Tom's passionate ranting wil not be disappointed - he's a raging inferno this time around, but it's never without purpose or clarity. Classic Tom Peters with a fresh new layout and design, with insights we'll all be looking back on in 20 years saying 'why didn't we listen?'. It's not too late - buy this book and get started.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2005

    A Man Who Understands the Value of Women!

    This book is excellent on a number of levels, but Tom Peter's views on why women are critical to tomorrow's leadership is some of the most insightful writing I have seen on the difference of genders in effectiveness as both leaders and consumers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2004

    A New Drucker!

    Fortune Magazine just published on the 94 year-old guru:'you can always count on Peter Drucker to provide a new way of looking at things'. I would add: Tom Peters is the new Drucker. Tom is and has always been at the edge of management thinking with his atonishing contributions to the business world. This book is a living proof of it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2004

    Peters proves again why he is the best

    It had been a while since Peters had put out a new book but with the publication of Re-Image, the wait was well worth it. Almost the size of a coffee table book, this one is more of a course for doing business than it is just a book. I know this has been said before by just about every book reviewer but if you only read one book this year make sure that it is this one. This goes way beyond just business but rather talks about the times, current thinking, thinking for the future and a proper business vision for all of us. Whether you are selling circuit boards, cars or refrigerators this book will apply to you, your career and your company. How about this for rocking your world? White collar employment as we know it is dead A bureaucrat is an expensive micro-chip ¿Don¿t own nothing¿ if you can help it The time frame for total invention of your job is 15 years¿if you¿re lucky Peters talks about the fact that we are now our own independent corporations. Actually I heard him say this a few years ago, with some skepticism, but think about it, many of us are now living proof that this prediction is true. How about some more world rockers? Nobody gives you power, you just take it. Don¿t express yourself, re-invent yourself Obeying rules is obeying their rules People in power are their to protect status quo, your job is to shake it up and break it up. I look at this book as our business guide for today and more importantly for the future. If you want to know the rules you are going to have to live by, then this is a must read for you. Hell¿it¿s a must read for anyone who has anything to do with business.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2003

    A Second 'In Search of' Success?

    Yes! For people who felt the impact of In Search of Excellence twenty years ago, this may be a repeat. This may be even more than that. His first book was a shock in what it had to say about excellence in management. Re-imagine (his 11th book) doesn't have that advantage. Everyone EXPECTS Peters to be passionate about business, and everyone EXPECTS him to rant on about doing things differently, but he delivers something more in this book. How about 'good management' being BAD for the future success of a company? Or digging the grave for the white-collar worker? Will Tom Peters change the world? We'll see.

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