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Leo E. Walsh

"ebraynz"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (10 of 10)
Location: Mentor, Oh United States
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 386,183 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 10
Fish!: A Remarkable Way to Boost Morale and Improv&hellip by Stephen C. Lundin
I like having fun and being entertained, and I really liked the ideas in this book. But marketed as a business book?
Let me set some boudries, first of all, to show you how important I think the material is. If this was Doctor Suess- like book, marketed and written with my kids in mind, I would be cool: five stars easlily. If it was marketed as a self-help book for reframing your attitude, it would get four, maybe five stars. If it were a hippy/ new-age book about just being and enjoying life, five stars plus.
However, as a business book, it is pure fluff.
I was forced to watch this in a corporate setting. Instead of fostering honest, human fun amongst our workforce, it… Read more
Management of Organizational Behavior: Leading  Hu&hellip by Paul Hersey
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I recommend this to managers as much as students.
Sure, the price seems like a lot of cash to shell out at first. But trust me, it is worth it. I had to read it for a Management class, and it started of like a typical OB text, illustrating the history of management studies (Taylor to Maslow to Mayo to Likert to ...). Good stuff, but pretty dull. Then, Hersey et al went where most scholars, even the supposedly worldly MBA types, fear to tread: real-world application!
The text covers all of the material covered Blanchard's "One Minute Manager," "Putting the One Minute Manager to Work," and a shelf load of other books. It also does a great job introducing… Read more
The Illustrated Guide to the American Economy by Herbert Stein
Wow! I was stunned by the captivating, thought provoking quality of this book. It illustrates high-octane concepts, while pricing them at regular unleaded levels. A very interesting, right brained approach to a left brained subject, Macro Economics.
Some highlights.
-Interested in the plight of the poor versus the rich income levels?
-How does drastically education influences income level?
-Did you know there are several indices to measure poverty? The one you use can either over or understate the truly poor.
-How is our productivity growing versus Japan's?
There is much more inside. Highly recommended for anyone interested in economics, politics, and the real… Read more