"Get Weird! is the only book I've ever seen that actually has as many great ideas for creating a culture of fun and innovation as we do. If we had written a how-to book on out-of-the-box best practices for high performance, this would have been it!""
--Libby Sartain, SPHR, Vice President of People, Southwest Airlines and Chair of the Society for Human Resource Management
""This book is a perfect reflection of Putzier's creative and captivating teaching and speaking style. He has managed to compile an incredible array of unusual yet theoretically sound tips, tools, and techniques for today's managers.""
--Dr. Harry Faulk, Dean Emeritus, H. John Heinz III Graduate School of Public Policy and Management and founder of Executive Management Programs, Carnegie Mellon University
"Get Weird! is both powerful and easy to read at the same time. Putzier's down-to-earth style, combined with his depth of knowledge in organizational behavior, has resulted in a must-read for the next generation of managers and leaders.""
--Gerry Crispin, SPHR, co-author of CareerXRoads, the best-selling directory of job and resume sites on the WWW
""Two thumbs up! A fun read with ideas you can use immediately. John Putzier has been there and done that and offers innovation on every page. A delight and a must-have for a competitive edge in business.""
--Steven Solomon, Sr. Vice President and General Manager, FUJI Computer Products"
I must add that it was delightful to read in terms of being a fun book I did not want to put down.
This book is all about how to being a good boss and looking after your staff and making your business a great place to work.
It was a great way to get our minds off of the conference calls and deadlines and get the blood pumping and laugh.
I permanently borrowed this book three years ago from my old boss. Its a good book full of unusual and "weird" ideas that business leaders and human resource teams often looks... Read morePublished on February 2, 2011 by Jessica Miller-Merrell
I ready this book cover-to-cover last night! It was wonderful! Tons of ideas and real world examples given for almost every topic. Read morePublished on September 5, 2008 by M. Rivera
Get Wierd has quite a few good ideas on how to get more out of yourself and your work.Published on July 13, 2008 by windyemerald