- Resources Analysis (enough petrol, food, money, etc.)
- Task Management (when you reach point A do 1, 2 and 3, when you reach point B do 4 and 5 – etc.)
- Completion Description (your journey have completed when you reach point N and completed tasks 1 – 23)
These same people are willing to live their lives without a trace of a plan, strategy, destination, time table or list of tasks. (That would be US, you and me.)
This I find it both PUZZLING and WEIRD.
The second element that the book hopes to achieve is to make people aware that their own experiences are valuable and can make a positive impact on their lives.
To ensure that the book addresses people from all walks of life and includes even experienced managers into the readership fold, I proposed a method by which management maturity can be “measured” and obviously improved.
The second titbit is the description of a new method for gaining a strategic advantage. Called the Value Grid it will allow people and organisations to increase both their client satisfaction levels and reduce their operating risk or exposure AT THE SAME TIME.
The other interesting inclusion is the exercises (Dependant on the specific version you have) which are aimed at “getting the reader off the ground” quickly. These guidelines are deceptively simple but do pack a wallop because they deal with principles and not symptoms. [If you have a version that does not include the exercises go to FutureTrust – they are available there for download.)
So is it a pure management book – No
Is it a self-improvement book – No
Is it boring – No
So what is it?
It is a book tat will change your views, challenge some of you beliefs and definitely remove A LOT of excuses that you though were valid.
It will wake you up!!! Startle you and hopefully show you that tomorrow can be SO MUCH MORE than today, it is unbelievable.
The only thing holding you back is ——— YOU
Get it or regret it…..
The Management Imperative:
Have a fantastic day.. 🙂