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It's a scary world out there. Times are as tough as they've been in decades. More than ever before, companies are struggling to make ends meet, having to cut costs, lay off employees, delay new endeavors—and focus almost exclusively on SURVIVAL. And until now, there's never been a good, clear, step-by-step guide for businesses facing such sudden turns for the worse.
THIS BOOK MAY SAVE YOUR BUSINESS.
Written by WORSE-CASE SCENARIO creator and entrepreneur David Borgenicht, bestselling new business superguru Mark Joyner, and many other business experts, you'll learn:
How to Stay in Business When You Can't Make Payroll
How to Fend Off an Employee Coup
How to Perform Emergency Surgery on Your Overhead
And many more answers to the most dangerous situations your business will ever encounter. Most importantly, you'll get the basic training you need to make sure you're prepared—and that this NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN.
Most of these books are written as humor but have great practical advice.
I'd like to recommend that anyone who runs their own business or works in the H.R. department of a large company grab this book.
It can be read or skimmed quickly, but it's something that I keep handy and glance at from time to time.
Although this is a great concept and some sections of the book were humorous, overall I was disappointed with the quality of writing and the content.Published 10 months ago by darryl
Most of these books are written as humor but have great practical advice. This Worst Case Scenario book was great just like the others.Published 14 months ago by D.L. Cook
Not really in a place right now to find it really interesting. Might be better suited if you are in a challenging situationPublished 24 months ago by Vikkit13
Bought the book on a suggestion from someone else. It's ok...Talks about a lot of different areas a business can go wrong. Not all the suggestions are all encompassing.Published on May 10, 2010 by Robert Jager
I found this book to be especially useful for my consulting business. It covered an immediate need of how to handle firing a underperforming sales person. Read morePublished on January 31, 2010 by Steve Nakamoto - Author of Talk Like A Winner - Men Are Like Fish - Dating Rocks - Wall Street Craps