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Author: Walter Vieira
Publisher: Sage Publications
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9789385985270
The rules of the corporate world are now dynamic like never before. For managers, the marathon race, starting at the bottom of the pyramid and working their way upto the top in 20–30 years, is no longer a fundamental truth. With executives reaching the corner office in less than 10 years, the workplace and its aspirations have reached a new high. Impatience is now seen as a virtue and this book addresses The Impatient Manager.
The book provides strategies for a faster route to corporate success and at the same time provides caution signs that will prevent career crashes in the fast lane. Using his classic engaging, anecdotal technique, the legendary Walter Vieira takes readers through their own success marathon, sprinter style.
Young ambitious people need to read Walter's fascinating book on how to achieve success without waiting [for] 30 years.
The author fills his work with many examples and anecdotes to ensure a painless read. [It is] a valuable read to win.
== Business Line
This is a book of difference. It tears the mask of management theory, which talks mainly about ‘what should be’, and shows instead ‘what it is’ that really happens in the work-place. It enables on to learn from other’s experiences and not from one’s own mistakes. Walter Vieira uses his enormous experience as a business consultant to present a step-by-step progression of corporate life and to provide lessons for shaping a successful corporate executive. Full of real-life examples and anecdotes, this book will enable managers to relate to, and tackle, everyday problems successfully.
== Mid-Day, Delhi
A guide meant for students of management and those working in the corporate sector, in this book the author uses his experience as a business consultant to present the reality, rather than just theoretical wisdom, pertaining to the corporate workplace.
== The Tribune
Providing practical advice and a sound foundation in sales management, the book helps sales managers revisit the theory of sales management in a simple, entertaining manner with the help of illustrations and real-life anecdotes.
== The Asian Age
A handy book, it is not limited to a purely western setting. With broken down narratives that are designed like short letters, there is a visual element that comes from cartoons and a design format for someone who may not be into reading lengthy passages. It also has typical examples drawn from small town Indian settings.
With his vast experience as a corporate executive and a management consultant, Walter is best equipped to guide a rookie manager to produce his/her best in the corporate environs.
== USP Age
1. A New World for the Young: The Balance Is Changing
2. Be Positively Impatient: Look, Observe, Study, Implement
3. Have a Vision: The Big Picture
4. Be Innovative, Be Different: Understand Consumer Needs
5. Add Width to Depth: Of Knowledge and Experience
6. Go Beyond Technology: Add EQ and SQ to the IQ
7. Build Networks: Most Often You Cannot Do It Alone
8. Enthusiasm and Perseverance: Twin Engines of Success
9. Managing Jealousy and Envy: Killers from the Inside
10. Never Forget Those Who Helped You on the Way Up: A Way to Connect and Care
11. Key Lessons in Leadership: A Changing Style for a New World
12. The Corner Office Is Now Sometimes Temporary: So What Next?
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