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Ray Immelman is a certified management consultant. He shares new insights in organizational behavior from his personal involvement in close to two hundred companies worldwide.
As the owner of an investment advisory practice, and someone that often deals with how to guide and motivate employees - this book was a fresh perspective the blends common sense,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael J. Carlin
One of the best books on tribes. Written in story form, the first 70 pages are skim reading, then the real stuff starts. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Daniel Kehoe
Such a different approach to a very common problem. No, no, I won't help you.
Greg is one of my heroes.
I am a huge fan of this book, I have read this book two times and it keeps getting better. A must read for serious managers who want to run a top notch business.Published 16 months ago by Jeff
Excellent analogy using tribal behavior to highlight the behaviors of individuals within a company structure. Read morePublished 17 months ago by fan of avatar
Haven't read the books as yet. Arrived in as new condition as described in Amazon.com. Great would definately purchase againPublished 18 months ago by Anthony Bryant
The book resembles a lot Eli Goldratt's style, what is a merit. It talks about tribalism in a very easy reading way. Read morePublished on April 4, 2013 by Leonardo Campos
This book has excellent materials, and some very good common sense ideas which seem to be not so common. Read morePublished on January 1, 2011 by gacleader1