I enjoyed reading the book, nice concept.
Value zone employees are those that actually provide the most value to clients, i.e. those doing the work and generating the ideas that attract and keep clients.
Overall this is a good book and one that will help every executive think about how their company works and what it does to create value.
Vineet is humble in his success and forthright in his failures. Real examples of what it takes to turn a 30,000 employee international icon growing at 30% upside down and still... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Randy Morgan
Some great insights into how Vineet changed the culture of an IT offshore company. Laying things on the table that were being talked about in hush hush conversations among... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Virtuworx
Totally new way of thinking about business. Spelt out an approach that is revolutionary. Brings out the importance of stakeholder who is also perhaps the most neglected.Published 6 months ago by Gnv subba rao
It was like reading a story but one written by the hero. A successful businessman. However i got the main idea and did not read the whole book!Published 13 months ago by M. J.
A great story about how to re-invent your business by putting your people first - everyone says it but few follow through. Read morePublished 13 months ago by David
Borring read and the Man that wrote this book doesn't treat or at least lower management don't treat their emploees like this.Published 15 months ago by Ronnie L. Wiseman
I ordered a used book that looked spanking brand new. So happy! Book was packaged well and received a really nice bookmark. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bizelivinglife
Beautiful book on how trust and empowerment of employees is good for the company in the long-term. And the first step is introspection.Published 18 months ago by Baiju Mohan