Tom Peters Live - Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age
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(Nov 15, 2004)
Tom Peters, a self-described "professional loudmouth" who has been compared to Emerson, Whitman, Thoreau and H.L.Mencken, declares war on the worthless rules and absurd organizational barriers that stand in the way of creativity and success. In a totally outrageous, in-your-face presentation, Tom reveals a re-imagining of American business, 2 big markets -underserved and worth trillions! The top qualities of leadership excellence and why passion, talent and action must rule business today.
About the Actor
Business Week describes Tom Peters as "business' best friend and worst nightmare." Tom describes himself as a prince of disorder, champion of bold failures, maestro of zest, professional loudmouth, corporate cheerleader, lover of markets, capitalist pig ... and card-carrying member of the ACLU. Tom and Bob Waterman co-authored In Search of Excellence in 1982; the book was named by NPR (in 1999) as one of the "Top Three Business Books of the Century." Tom followed Search with a string of international bestsellers, including his most recent release Re-imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age, which re-invents the business book via a vibrant, energetic presentation of critical ideas. Tom presents 80 major seminars each year and serves as chairman of Tom Peters Company.
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I have downloaded his powerpoint materials for the past few years and learn a lot from his website [...], and i am personally a public speaker. So I do learn a lot from his style and how he speaks. I appreciate his generousity to put all his ppt materials at his website.
One day TP seminars in Singapore cost you about 900 USD ( in USA about 400 USD per person for a day seminar), so this is relatively small investment that you can enjoy over and over again.
Most materials are in his books and ppt, so if you are looking at "content", you are better off buying the book, but if you want to "taste" the famous TP seminar, buy the DVD. It is a great experienece.