Summary of The Beauty of the Beast

Looking for the book?
We have the summary! Get the key insights in just 10 minutes.

The Beauty of the Beast book summary
Start getting smarter:
or see our plans

Rating

5 Overall

2 Applicability

7 Innovation

8 Style


Recommendation

Geoff Bellman’s take on the Beauty and the Beast story is intended to help you breathe new life into stagnant, unworkable bureaucracies. While nicely written, this book fails to provide much in the way of hands-on technique that can be applied to real-life business. Nevertheless, getAbstract recommends this book to anyone looking for an uncommonly inspirational viewpoint of modern-day organizations.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to invigorate corporate organizations
  • Why you must be able to identify your company’s strengths and weaknesses
  • Why change is a good thing and should be embraced.
 

About the Author

Geoff Bellman  is the award-winning author of Getting Things Done When You Are Not in Charge, The Consultant’s Calling, and Your Signature Path. He has worked in the corporate world for 35 years as a manager, analyst, and consultant. His clients have included GTE, Intuit, Shell, Boeing, TRW, PacifiCorp, Booz-Allen Hamilton, and Simpson Investment.

 

Summary

Facing the Beast
Recognize this line? "We have created a monster!" It’s not just something out of a science fiction or horror story. It applies to today’s corporate life. The monster? The corporate organization. People have a love-hate relationship with corporations, and there...

More on this topic

By the same author

Extraordinary Groups
Extraordinary Groups
7
Your Signature Path
Your Signature Path
6
Getting Things Done When You Are Not in Charge
Getting Things Done When You Are Not in Charge
5

Customers who read this summary also read

On the Brink of Everything
On the Brink of Everything
8
Fearless and Free
Fearless and Free
7
The Elegant Pitch
The Elegant Pitch
8
Build It
Build It
7
The Social Organism
The Social Organism
7
Value-Added Selling, Fourth Edition
Value-Added Selling, Fourth Edition
8

Related Channels

Comment on this summary