Book Summaries for Busy Managers
Do you want to be the smartest person in the room at your next business meeting? Do you have no time to keep up with the "sea" of business information that business people are inundated with every day? Then this is the place for you! We will keep you at the top of your game by providing you with quick business book summaries that will give you a quick snapshot of the books contents. The summaries will help you absorb the key points of the book and will give you the opportunity to link to more information about the book if needed. Keep checking back for new books and best wishes in all your business endeavors!
Our first book is for you managers that are tired of the positive motivational talks that lead to no where and leave employees more cynical! "Bright-Sided: How The Relentless Promotion Of Positive Thinking Has Undermined America" by Barbara Ehrenreich is a "must read" for everyone who needs an alternative perspective to the motivational industry.
First Thomas L. Friedman said the world was flat! Then David Smick said it was curved! Well now Richard Florida in "Who's Your City?" says the world is actually "clustered"! A must read for anyone looking for a job or any business manager wondering if their organization is in the right location. Remember...good business is location, location, location!