From the author of the best-selling It's Not the Big That Eat the Small, It's the Fast That Eat the Slow comes a vital new guide to increasing business productivity without adding employees or other overhead costs.
Managers and CEOs are always looking for ways to keep productivity high, and recent economic shakiness has only reinforced their need. Now Jason Jennings, a best selling author and international business consultant, offers a groundbreaking look at how to boost productivity and your bottom line.In Less Is More, Jennings shares tested and successful programs from the leading giants in industry and presents new trends that businesses of all sizes will be able to implement. Inside, you'll learn how to:
Written in the same breezy, informative style of Jennings's previous book, Less Is More is sure to join its predecessor on best seller lists nationwide.
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"A lively and intelligent reminder of how businesses can cut out waste from the top to the bottom....This plea for sanity in the post-Enron era will be a boon to managers struggling with inefficiency in their organizations." (Publishers Weekly)
"The book is readable and entertaining as well as informative." (Library Journal)
"This consultant's folksy book is a good primer on enhancing productivity." (Harvard Business Review)
A great book, the author had clear objectives for detirmining which companies he would profile and makes the criteria clear when the book begins. I found this particularly helpful because when I was listening to the examples of what made certain companies effecient I was able to detirmine if it was applicable to my company (I have just two employees, so the likelihood of myself running into some of the situations the CEOs and executives in the book had to tackle is less likely).
The narrator is easy to listen to and is excited about the topic making it sound more like listening to someone who's bought into the theories and is excited to share it with you opposed to some narrators who are monotous and make you fall asleep at the wheel (I listen to mine in the car).
I didn't give it five stars because I wasn't being blown away every five minutes. My five star rating has gone to the 7 Habits, so if you're reading this review and also feel 7 Habits is a five star book then you'll probably be very excited with Less is More as well. Of the 24 business and self-help books I've read in the last 14 months, this is definitely in the top three.
What a great listen. The research is meaningful and the conclusions sound. Vital for any business that wants to increase productivity and profitability. The narrator is easy to understand and listen too.
Great summary, well written, I learned a lot about how to build up and run my business in a cost-efficient and smart way.
I really enjoyed the approach of this book. Started off a little slow but then offered some fantastic ideas about how to be productive; things I feel I can focus on such as "the single big idea," "what's the good business reason" and minimized bureaucracy. I thought this was great stuff.
This book was just what my business needed. Practical efficiency and flat structures are very well outlined. I'll probably listen to it again and certainly recommend it.
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