The secrets of great managers

Many employers to turn to management gurus for advice on how to achieve outstanding business practice, but the best route to corporate excellence is often the simplest one.

The first management book I ever read, back in the late 1980s, was the sequel to In Search of Excellence, the book that established Tom Peters as the world’s leading management guru. A friend had given it to me. Its title was in keeping with his previous tome: A Passion for Excellence or, as it was called in my German translation, Leistung aus Leidenschaft -- Über Management und Führung. (I must admit that ‘leadership’ sounds nicer than ‘Führung’. At least it has none of the unavoidable connotations of the German word.)


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