Manifestos tagged with Management


It’s Time To Drive “Customer Obsession” From The Top
Jan. 27, 2016 - By: Joseph Michelli
“Just as all roads lead to Rome, all strategies must lead to the delighted customer, and the fewer twists and turns along the way, the better. That’s the directive handed down by the gods of globalization and cyberspace, who’ve decreed that customers can jump from one company to another on a whim.”
The Five Fatal Mistakes of Startups
Dec. 17, 2015 - By: Henry Kressel & Norman Winarsky
“It’s natural to expect that many young companies fail, but what’s remarkable is that in an overwhelming number of times, they fail from avoidable mistakes. … This is a manifesto about the company killers that every CEO needs to avoid.”
Into the Light of New Leadership: Family Business Leadership and Building a Path for Succession
Dec. 17, 2015 - By: Andrew Keyt
“The challenge for the family business successor is answering two questions: What needs to change in order for our family and business to survive and grow, and what do we need to hold onto that is the foundation of our culture and our success.”
Getting One Second Ahead: 5 Mantras for Mindful Leadership
Nov. 11, 2015 - By: Rasmus Hougaard, with Jacqueline Carter & Gillian Coutts
“As leaders, you need to be able to rapidly sift through an overload of information and multiple distractions. […] If managing our attention is at the root of the problem, then training the attentional muscle is the key to addressing it.”
Bringing HR to the C-Suite: How Human Resources Can Create Value and Drive Performance
Nov. 11, 2015 - By: Carol E. M. Anderson
“I have spent my career as one of those HR professionals who have to cajole operational leaders into doing ‘HR work.’ I’ve fought the resistance, and I’ve learned a lot along the way. I’ve learned that this can’t be ‘HR work’—it’s leadership, plain and simple.”
How Fanatical Fans Create the Bedrock for a Successful Brand
Nov. 11, 2015 - By: Michael Silverstein, Dylan Bolden, Rune Jacobsen, Rohan Sajdeh
“Your most loyal customers set the stage for continuous growth. If you listen to them, they can help you define how far afield you can extend. If you forsake them at any point, they can, like jilted lovers, go from being fanatical fans to fanatical detractors.”
Why Social Media Doesn’t Create Social Intelligence
Oct. 14, 2015 - By: Jeremie Kubicek
“Social media doesn’t create social intelligence. In fact, the more socially connected we are virtually online, the greater the risk of creating social dysfunction in our actual lives.”
A Big Idea: Big Ideas Don’t Work (A Manifesto for Thinking Small)
Oct. 14, 2015 - By: Craig Wilson
“Big marketing ideas don’t work. Principled, character driven decision-making does. It’s what drives long-term sustainable customer relationships."
Organizational Sabotage: How to Spot It, and How to Stop It
Oct. 14, 2015 - By: Robert M. Galford, Bob Frisch & Cary Greene
“Someone is sabotaging your organization. Not deliberately. But that doesn’t matter. The damage that this person is causing is just as bad, and maybe even worse, than it would be if he or she planned it.”
Think Big, Act Bigger, and Do It Your Way—Because You Can!
Oct. 14, 2015 - By: Jeffrey Hayzlett
“The key to thinking big and acting bigger for any person and any company of any age or size is to own who and what you are because you can. Do you believe you can? That’s the first of all the essential questions you must ask to think big and act bigger and own who you are and everything you do.”



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