Breaking The Code: The Mysteries of Modern Management Unlocked contains the answers to the “mysterious” and seemingly unsolvable problems of successfully managing any business or organization. The materials in this book have been developed over decades of research and experience with organizations. The principles are simple, usable and, if applied, work.
Exactly What is Needed
This book is exactly what is needed for the improvement of the knowledge and skill of any business owner and all his/her staff. I have seen many books in this genre. This one gives the real tools and, especially, the exact real-life examples that bring about an applicable understanding. Want to improve your production and profits and build a better team? Get and use this book! — C.F., CEO.
Finally! Someone wrote a business book that applies to anyone who works for a living. This book is easy to read and the concepts are presented with plenty of examples to ensure that the reader gets it. Add to that an extensive glossary, a comprehensive index and illustrations that tell the story and you have a book that no executive or employee should be without. Whether you’re the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, someone entering the job market for the first time or anyone in between, you will find that Breaking The Code is an indispensable guide for achieving limitless success in the workplace. — H.W., entrepreneur
Tested and Timeless
Unfortunately, in these times, small businesses truly face unprecedented challenges, unpredictable costs and unfair advantages for the much larger, less-efficient “bailed out” industries. Markets change fast and technologies or jobs become obsolete in a time span measured now in quarters, not decades. Fortunately, Ravenwood’s Breaking the Code provides tested and timeless organizational tools that give the small business owner a chance to consistently improve all areas of his organization. Highly Recommended. — GA, Independent Film Producer
From an Educator…
I’ve used Hubbard Administrative Technology during my 30 years as an educator to solve productivity problems, as well as everyday life situations, for both my students and the employees in the organizations for which I worked. This usually necessitated my spending hours in the library searching for the applicable references. Upon reading Breaking the Code, I was struck by the fact that this book contains all of the fundamental technology from the innumerable references I had used on a regular basis with my staff and students. The comprehensive data is presented logically and in a flawless format. The thorough index ensures that the reader will lose no time looking for the exact reference he needs to solve a problem. The book also provides detailed examples, photographs and illustrations that help the reader grasp the concepts. On a final note, in my opinion this is one of the most aesthetic business books ever published. — B.C., Educator
It’s Not Just a Book
This book is not just a book. It is a guide to managing one’s way to success, with tools for not only administration but interpersonal relationships, which is very important since all organizations are made up of people. Also, the book is well illustrated and written in such a way as to clearly and easily convey the tools of the trade to anyone! — S.T., Consultant
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