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This collection of candid insights is based on exclusive interviews with the following top commentators and management thinkers: Peter Drucker, James Champy, Thomas Bonoma, Liam Fahey, George Day, and many more. The author discusses topics pertinent to the field of tomorrow's business, including diversity, pluralism, teams, community and more.
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Best-selling Author and frequent speaker at conferences on HR and communications issues. He has worked extensively with both large multinationals as well as many international consulting groups and institutions.Review:
'These inspired speculations on the shape of the business world in the next century will provide business managers with tools and tactics to prepare for future challenges.' - EuroBusiness Magazine - Sales, May 1995
'Johnson has a lively and fluent style, and draws together the sometimes conflicting views of management consultants from all over the world to give a coherent and readable overview of our current, fast-changing situation and the direction in which we are likely to go.' - Personnel Today, October 1995
' A vivid sketch of the issues facing all businesses and managers seeking to compete in the next decade.' Ray Wild, Principal, Henley Management College
'The range of subjects covered are indeed those which are the major concerns of management worldwide as we approach the 21st century...It is timely, authoritative, very well written, and stimulates practical action.' John Humble, Director, Minit Corporation
'Understanding this message is a must for anybody aspiring to manage in the next millenium. One word of warning, better not wait until the next century, it might be too late then.' Rob Kuijpers, Chief Executive Officer, DHL Worldwide Express
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Book Description Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0750696958