Articles by Sam Farry, MBA
Sam Farry, MBA, writes frequent reviews in GBR that reflect his continuing support for education and learning as essential for both financial and moral success in business. As a consultant in management and organizational behavior and as a member of the adjunct faculty at Pepperdine, his career has consistently pursued these values. He is now retired, living in Big Bear Lake, CA and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The book is thorough, clearly written, and easily understood. It offers important lessons not only for economists, but especially for managers and for anyone who cares about the value of the decisions they make.
Many books on management act as if they have the best answer for everyone. Instead, to its credit, Being the Boss offers a coherent set of questions that make it possible for each manager to thoughtfully tailor his or her own answers.
Workforce of One: Revolutionizing Talent Management Through Customization by Susan M. Cantrell and David Smith
This book will be of special interest to HR professionals and provides valuable insights and options to all strategy-level managers in an organization.
Toxicity often grows subtly and imperceptibly over time. The book underscores the necessity to closely examine what is actually going on in an organization.
In this solid and cutting-edge book, Roger Martin redresses the imbalance that has crept into strategic management.
In this carefully researched and clearly presented book, Dr. Richard Bohmer spells out the six capabilities required for healthcare organizations: operating capability, performance measurement, production control, anomaly detection, analysis, and adjustment and redesign.
In this engaging and compact book, author Kim Cameron places leadership in an expansive and optimistic framework.
How many times have you been enjoined by a boss (or a book) to “think outside the box,” even though you suspect that he or she does not have the slightest idea what that really means? This book comes to your rescue.