This is the book of a lifetime, about the practical basics of all management everywhere. To succeed at Wimbledon, you have to believe, get super-fit, read the game, and play every stroke excellently – the same in managing things. If managers were measured by results every week, this book would be compulsory.
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Every sentence is from success or failure – both teach us a lot. There is no jargon. Neither is there another book like it.
It works, from the Third World to high tech and big business.
It is a hand-book of how, and a standard. It should be modified for the particulars of each workplace.
What it teaches is immensely rewarding, for managers, workers and unions. For families, clubs and charities as well as business and government.