The narrator befriends an orchestra conductor and is inspired to think about leadership and communication in an entirely new way. Truly great leaders, whether conductors striving for perfect harmony or CEOs reaching for excellence, act with a vision of their organization at its best. For more information, visit: www.MaestroBook.com.
©2009 Roger Nierenberg; (P)2009 Penguin
Interestingly enough I meant to buy Itay Talgam book called the ignorant maestro, however copyright limitations stopped the purchase. Instead, I bought this book since it is pretty much the same notion.
I must say I was pleasantly surprised and happy to have come across this wonderful book.
The parallel is drawn in a clear way, the examples are vivid and the message taken is so valuable. I must praise the narrator whose skills contributed largely to the joy of this book.
Haveing read the print version first I think they are both excellent.
The way the mnagement principles are unfolded through the fable
All of it.
What I really liked about this book was the focus on using a diversity of talent and perspective to create a great and effective organization by getting people to really listen to each other and incorporate the other's perspectives into their thinking.
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