This month's issue includes three complete articles. From Forethought, Larry Winget offers managers some blunt advice in "Shut Up and Stop Whining". Then, in "Managing the Right Tension", Dominic Dodd and Ken Favaro offer some tips about how to make the most out of competing forces. In the third article, Sylvia Ann Hewlett and Carolyn Buck Luce look at the new breed of workaholics in "Extreme Jobs: The Dangerous Allure of the 70-Hour Workweek".
One of our true comic legends is here recorded in front of a studio audience performing some of his funniest moments. Ken is one of the last great entertainers whose work stretches back over 50 years. This was recorded in his prime and shows why he is the unique comic he is.
Welcome to Doddy's world of whimsy, where the puns fly thick and fast, and the quips are as surreal as they are saucy. With mirth-quaking jokes and a juggernaut of japes, Ken Dodd gives us his own unique take on topics as diverse as the European Union, sport, the good things in life, and people who have shocked the world.
Ken Dodd and a supporting cast give us Ken's unique look behind the scenes of the show at his fictional theatre, the Palace of Laughter. Enjoy more hilarity from the Squire of Notty Ash in these four classic radio shows, recorded in 1986 and 1987 at the Wigan Little Theatre, the Southport Little Theatre, Crewe's Lyceum Theatre, and the Garrick Theatre, Stockport, respectively.
The authors describe how companies can select the right tension, what traps they may fall into when they focus on one side over the other, and how to escape these traps by managing to the bonds between objectives.