Terry Kelley developed his 'Rules of Business Life' to illustrate business principles in a way that made the audiences he spoke to wake up and take notice. When he was asked whether a book of them was available, at first he laughed at them. Then he decided they might have a point.
The hippopotamus rule reminds us to beware tasks which are pointless, in a way we're unlikely to forget. A further 74 rules reflect the personal style of Terry Kelley, who explains 'I know it's the style I respond to best, so I've attempted to be the person I would listen to'.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 6.65(h) x 1.14(d)|
Table of Contents
Rules about work; Rules about advancement and promotion; Rules about management; Rules about leadership; Rules about change; Rules about risks; Rules about organizations; Rules about communications; Rules about people and relationships; Rules about rules; Quick review - a summary of the rules; Index.