Summary of Don't Compete, Tilt the Field!
300 Irreverent Lessons for Tomorrow's Business Leaders
Leverage your luck by tilting the field.
Filled with anecdotes and thought-provoking facts, Louis Patler’s charming new compendium, is at once sophisticated and direct. While some of his admonitions to "break the old rules" and "think differently" fail to rise above the level of cliché, the book offers a unique and interesting perspective on such well-worn topics as leadership, luck, attitude, innovation and globalization. Don’t look to this book for groundbreaking business strategy, but getAbstract.com does recommend Patler’s latest as an engaging and energizing read.
In this summary, you will learn
- Many amazing examples of how technological and societal changes have revolutionized the business environment, and
- How to develop a new set of business principles to respond to these changes.
About the Author
Louis Patler is President of the B.I.T. Group, an international consulting, strategic research and corporate training company based in California. Recently, J. Walter Thompson Agency named him one of the 20 most creative minds in America. He is co-author of the New York Times bestseller, If It Ain’t Broke... Break It!
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