About Tom Peters | Tom Peters is a leading business management guru and founder of the Tom Peters Company. He continues to be in constant demand for lectures and seminars. Peters is the author of sixteen books, including In Search of Excellence (with Robert H. Waterman, Jr.), which is often cited as among the best business books ever written. He lives in Massachusetts.http://tompeters.com/
We published the beginning to a very empowering list three years ago—Tom Peters’ 100 Ways to Help You Succeed/Make Money. That list was finished recently, and we now update it here with success tips #51-100 (&1).
This masterly list of not-always-obvious tips reminds us that every relationship is a sales relationship. Tom Peters' thoughts on selling will sharpen your innate sales sense—for the expert or novice alike.
This manifesto's subtitle is: Making the Professional Service Firm a "Lovemark" in an Age of "Managed Asset Reflation". Read on to discover why Peters believes the "professional service firm is everything".
In his latest Changethis manifesto, Tom Peters shares many conventional business wisdoms and tells you why they are all wrong.
Tom's back! In this first installment, you'll find 50 short, wonderfully sweet nuggets of advice that you will love, love, love.
Tom Peters, uber business guru, lays down 20 hard truths about outsourcing. Whether you like it or not, out-sourcing is here to stay. Ignore Tom's words at your peril.
Tom Peters is back with more Big Ideas for your job, your company, and your life. The marketing and strategy guru holds forth on why audacity matters, why women are the future of leadership, and why diversity is crucial to business success. Those who have never read Tom will find an excellent primer here; those well-versed in Peters' ideas can get up to spee
"Enterprise* (*at its best): An emotional, vital, innovative, joyful, creative, entrepreneurial endeavor that maximizes individual's growth and elicits maximum concerted human potential in the wholehearted service of others."
“Speed-for-speed’s-sake is about the most counterproductive approach imaginable. While we must indeed evolve and experiment rapidly, the process of getting things done is all about people. And working with people to get those interesting things done effectively takes time … in fact lots of time.”