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Maybe I couldn't change the mega bank that recently "freed me to peruse other opportunities" but I can use these ideas as I begin my own company.Published 4 months ago by E. Schuller
If you have read Maverick by the same author,there is nothing much new. However, Ricardo organises his thoughts better by providing a cogent philosophical framework in this book.Published 7 months ago by anandunnithan
Would recommend it to managers, would be managers or new business owners. Fresh look on how to do things from different angle and perspective.Published 7 months ago by Martins K.
Very interesting view on today's corporations and management styles. I would recommend to any manager or president of a modern company that cares more about the growth of his... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mike
Mr Semler's words are like steroids for all entrepreneurs who are fighting old notional ideologies and outdated practices. Read morePublished 9 months ago by KARAN ARORA
Stop what you are doing. Pull the car out of traffic gridlock. Hit the park, hang a hammock, and just absorb these words. A titanic shift in organizational leadership lies within. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Chad Bracken
The title of the book itself evokes a feeling of interest to any person, who stumbles on it. In these times where people have seven-day weeks, the phrase “seven day weekends” comes... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Abhi...
Incredible new way to manage a company based on democracy and employee participation.Published 13 months ago by ANDY