In the lightning-fast business landscape of the 21st century, managers are expected to produce solid results, quickly. According to the authors, the key to creating widespread, lasting progress begins with achieving rapid results at the micro level—as you engineer small victories, your company will build a solid foundation for future, more global success. With their 100-day projects, the authors lay the groundwork for organizations to experience marked success at the micro level, which will eventually lead to increased productivity and the ability to implement necessary reorganization on the larger management level. Some of key points include the necessity of mobilizing large groups of people to initiate change, the importance of creating a unique transformation plan for your company and the significance of applying these principles in developing countries. Both authors bring a record of proven success coaching CEOs and other upper-level management, and they provide copious examples of rapid results successes, including Georgia-Pacific, Citigroup, U.S. Borax and United Aluminum.
In an arena where quick success is paramount, learn the tools of Rapid Results or get left behind. (Kirkus Reports Business Newsletter, October 2005)
"In an arena where quick success is paramount, learn the tools of Rapid Results or get left behind." (Kirkus Reports)
"Ownership of the idea doesn’t matter. What does matter is that the approach works." (CIO Insight Magazine Review by Paul B. Brown, October 2005)