How do King Arthur, Einstein and Confucius all help you to become a better manager or entrepreneur? Who or what is The Unexpected Guest? And what the hell do 99 monkeys have to do with running a business anyway!?!
Find out in this entertaining, easy to follow, and content rich book based on 30 years of experience and the latest research!
What Managers Don't Know is a plain English guide to becoming a better manager, leader or entrepreneur, and is laid out like a recipe book designed to engage, stimulate and excite you into action.
Each of the 30 chapters has easy to follow strategies, tools and/or tips for implementing the ideas in each, as well as an imagined interactive Q&A section to enhance the meanings to be found therein.
So go on, buy this book and be a rebel in the FDG!
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About the Author
He has 30 years experience working for or with the likes of IBM, BULL, NEC, The British Broadcasting Corporation and Microsoft, as well as with local government and community development organisations, but he is not like other business consultants.
He has delivered talks, training and workshops to audiences all over the world and to such organisations as the MOD, SITA, BA, the RAC, York Science College, Exeter University, The London Stock Exchange, Fujitsu-Siemens, CHS Ltd, Carpetrite, Barnsley College and to a conference of 300 senior managers from Europe's largest IT companies ranging from IBM & Microsoft to Toshiba and Bull.
His talks are fast paced, fun, interactive and provocative and cover such esoteric topics as the multiple universe theory; what is life; what is intelligence and can we create it artificially; should robots have rights; is time travel possible; do aliens exist; where will we be in 50 years' time; how will technology affect our businesses, communities and schools; and are we humans merely parasites inhabiting a living organism? He has been described as being "like Prof Brian Cox- on steroids!"
On the more down to Earth side, he has sessions on time and prioritisation management, how to motivate you and your teams, goal setting and business planning, crime and safety basics, the need for alternate business practices, education and learning processes, why regeneration programmes fail, and the use of science to raise aspirations.
This book, and subsequent series, is the opening salvo in his new drive to change the way we live and work.