There will be times when you are lost but can’t tell anyone or show it to your team, knowing that there is nothing left to do but wait without panicking. This takes courage and is stressful. You need to make sure you look after yourself first. This isn’t a selfish gesture, it’s about making sure you are OK to look after everyone else.
99 Steps to Transform Your Business
The Cheeky Monkey Method proposes a uniquely human approach to business change. Using an intriguing mixture of science and magic, it focuses on delivering change by creating a map that everyone in the business can read. This invaluable step-by-step method combined with real-world case studies takes the reader through the transformation process in a no-nonsense and entertaining way, turning the traditional idea of business change on its head along the way.
So, do you know you need or want to do something to transform your business but don't know where to start? This book is for you.
Reader reviews from Amazon
Lessons from the coal face not the lecture hall. A step-by-step guide to meeting the challenge of business in the 21st century.
Concise, practical and very easy to read and absorb. I particularly liked the final section, “Magic”. I highly recommend this book.
A great guide to what businesses should be doing - and the pitfalls we fall into - all the time! It is a guide to help people make a difference!
Stylish and simply written, this book is a must for any businessman, whether part of a global conglomerate or a small business on the high street.
At last, comprehensible business self-help. Perfect for ‘grazing’ for inspiration and for dipping into on a mission for problem solving.
Excellent, practical, inspiring. Written in an approachable and inspiring style and contains some excellent case studies. Highly recommended.
Change is a constant – this book helps. A great read and reference tool, it's a practical and pragmatic guide for anyone involved in business change.
Stories I’ve been telling
When you are transforming your company you need to tell a story. The story of your business; where it started, the progress that has been made, the obstacles it faces, the opportunities it strives to capitalise on and how it’s going to do that.
It is easy to just plod along doing what you've always done and generally achieving the same results, month in, month out. But what about getting ahead of the game and progressing? Can you really afford to just sit back while the rest of the world races ahead making the necessary changes?