on 12 May 2004
Tom Peters step aside. The dynamic duo of Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner clearly demonstrate what effective managers need to learn to lead their organizations into the digital age. A fascinating, spellbinding text blending the intercultural dilemmas of management with the reconciling forces of leadership to create innovative leaders. Examples from 21 business leaders prove again and again that Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner have hit enough nails on the head to build a solid model for the future.
on 3 June 2001
Leadership has eluded writers and commentators for 2000 years. At last we have a practical, as well as insightful, explanation relevant to today's global world.
This must surely become one of the classic best selling books in business management for years to come. As well as real world descriptions and business examples, the work is thoroughly underpinned by very high quality research and analysis.
As well as the benefits of reading the book as a whole, it will also serve as a valuable reference book to go back to time and time again, when faced with real world problems that need to be resolved.
Very highly recommended.
JRD, London, UK
on 8 June 2001
Like many readers, I enjoyed 'Riding the Waves of Culture' which changed my whole approach to international working.
Now with this new book, these authors have demonstrated their mastery in delineating what skills are really needed in modern business.
It is so good, it can't possibly fail to win support.