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- Book 2 of 2 in The Insiders Series (2 Book Series)
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His books include the international bestseller Creating Excellence: Managing Corporate Culture, Strategy and Change in the New Age (NAL/Penguin, 1985), now a Penguin Classic and translated into fourteen languages, and its companion, The Workbook for Creating Excellence (NAL/Penguin, 1986). He co-authored the critically acclaimed The Future 500 (NAL/Penguin, 1987), described by The New York Times as "a valuable history of American business and management theory." In 1990 he authored the groundbreaking international bestseller Mind of a Manager, Soul of a Leader (Wiley, 1990), and in 1991, he authored Practical Business Genius (Wiley, 1991), a book Ken Blanchard called "indispensable." In 1994, he co-authored the New York Times bestseller, The Oz Principle: Getting Results Through Individual and Organizational Accountability (Prentice Hall/Penguin, 1994, 2004). His innovative and bestselling business game books--The Strategy Game (McGraw Hill, 1993), The Organization Game (Prentice Hall/Penguin, 1994), The Productivity Game (Prentice Hall/Penguin, 1995) and Starting Up (Prentice Hall/Penguin, 1997)--have received high praise from business people and widespread attention from the media, "perfect for developing thinking and decision-making," according to Industry Week, USA Today, and Business Week. His co-authored work, The Fourth Dimension: The Next Level of Personal and Organizational Achievement (Wiley, 1996), introduced the MetaWork System and was described by Stephen Covey as "a truly remarkable book." His first business novel, An Innovator's Tale (Wiley, 2002), was praised in the Minneapolis Star Tribune as "a Robert Ludlum-like novel with sound business lessons on innovation." Management Malpractice (Platinum Press, 2005), on how to cure unhealthy management practices that disable companies, was described by Unilever CEO, Alan Rice, as a guide for business leaders "to identify and correct the classic problems." His latest published work, The Insiders: A Thriller (BookSurge, 2009), is an award-winning novel about a clandestine society of CEOs who trade on each other's secrets. In response to questions about his fiction writing, Craig asserts, "Sometimes, you can only tell the truth through fiction." Articles, commentaries, and reviews of his work have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Fortune, Forbes, U.S. News & World Report, USA Today, Chicago Sun-Times, Crain's Business, Working Woman, Success, Industry Week, Nation's Business, Training & Development, Training, HR Magazine, Across the Board, Boardroom Reports, Journal of Business Strategy, Executive Excellence, The Times (London), Canadian Business and various other newspapers and magazines worldwide.
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When reading a sequel, you never know how good it's going to be. I loved the Insiders and wondered what would happen in the next book. I should not have worried. Concealed Measures stands on its own, and was even more insightful after reading The Insiders.
As an award-winning director and writer for the screen I read a lot of books and analyze a great many stories.
This new offering is simply an outstanding piece of writing. Bravo Mr. Hickman, you done it again. I absolutely give Concealed Measures a big thumbs up.
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