I loved Paul and Kailash's previous book, so I had high hopes for this one - and I wasn't disappointed.
Have you ever been in a room with people arguing about what the problem is and disagreeing vehemently. Have you've ever tried to pitch a proposal for new project, process or product and wondered why some people got it and others just seemed to throw up with objections? Have you ever wondered why there are so many Management Models, and if they actually work? Have you ever wondered why Management seems so enamored with these Models despite the fact that many times they contradict common sense?
Then this book is for you.
The reason I'm extolling the virtues of this book so much is that it recently helped me think through all the possible objections for a couple of projects I was pitching. And it worked like a charm - so thank you Nobel Prize Teddy (you'll have to read the book to find out for yourself who she is).