Counterintuitive business advice from highly-popular Inc.com writer Geoffrey James, that helps readers clear the fog and clutter from their work lives so that they can achieve real and lasting success in business.
Subtitle: The Uncensored History of Modern Wall Street as Told by the Bankers, Brokers, CEOs, and Scoundrels Who Made It Happen
Touting the benefits of disorder, chaos, and mess, a groundbreaking study explains how and why a little disorder actually makes systems more effective, citing examples from business, cooking, parenting, politics, and other fields to demonstrate that the right amount of disorder yields better solutions, uses resources more efficiently, and is more durable. Reprint. 75,000 first printing.
An eye-opening exploration of why experts are constantly misleading us - and what we can do about it
When Jill Geisler was appointed to news director of her local station at the age of 27, her senior managerial experience was limited to a high school job at a candy shop. Thirty years later, she is one of the leading consultants for managers across the country. 'Work Happy' shares what she's learned over the years, specifically, what makes good bosses great. Along with advice in each chapter, she also includes quotes from real employees about great bosses and what they do so well, warnings about misapplying the book's advice, and quizzes and self-assessment tools for manager's to self-diagnose their strengths and weaknesses.
A survey of the life and times of this self-exiled American painter whose style influenced the development of American and European art