Business Book Looks at How Companies Can Improve Themselves

Fixing
what works by John FE Dullea and Alvaro Espinosa combines entertainment
and information for readers looking to improve their businesses,
receive valuable information, and learn what to do in an attractive size
and deep
.
Written
as a tool novel, the story takes the reader through the process of a
dedicated employee, Mike Preston, develops and is used face a new
position in your company, Sanders Electronics, the new business unit
director IOT
.

Mike
is a dedicated employee and kind he wants to do what’s best for the
company, but it faces several obstacles in their attempt to improve
profitability.
These
obstacles include: unhappy customers, colleagues who feel threatened by
him and not want to cooperate with their requests for assistance,
employees who want to help but can not because their leaders are
uncooperative organization, poor planning and equipment
often malfunction of plant and destroys the profit, the poor morale
employees, and the financial analysis does not report the information
Mike is whether the company is actually profits.
All
these issues Mike manages to work through, and as it does, the reader
learns how to turn around a company and overcome obstacles to create
teamwork and a product of the desirable society.
The
advantage of the book to be a tool novel is that the reader gets to see
the characters / employees as real people and understand their
relationships with others and how these relationships also affect the
company.

For example, Mike comes out with Kathy, who works in human resources, so it is very willing to help. Other
employees are there just to collect a paycheck or have egos, however,
some also have views of the company or have their own dreams to climb in
the company can help achieve.
One
of my favorite characters in the story was Erica, an intelligent young
man who works nights at the factory so that you can take care of his
mother disabled during the day.

When Erica speak at a meeting, Mike is impressed by her and soon she was promoted. Another character, Andy, Mike begins as the greatest opponent, but as
the book progresses, the two learn to work together, respect the
opinions and expertise of each and literally “bury the hatchet.”
It never hurts to include a little romance that develops between Mike and Kathy as the book goes. It
does not hurt to create real people with lives outside of the office,
so we see Mike and Kathy go out on dates, Mike play golf with friends,
and Mike find a stranger in the golf clubhouse ends it
is important for him to make much needed changes in Sanders Electronics resources.

These
scenes add flavor and entertaining book, but more importantly, they
also show the value of networking, everyone speaks Mike outside the
workplace gives you ideas or help you in some way,
which also shows how to be open to receive ideas and information can lead to success.
Dullea
and Espinosa authors wrote an important story to illustrate how to take
good company with excellent, but also include all the hardcore
information you expect from a fiction book of business.

We
are shown graphs and statistics Mike and his team are working with, and
after the story itself, the authors devote a half-dozen chapters to the
discussion of concepts and methods discussed in the book.

These
issues include the chapters being a leader, accept change, the
importance of valuing people as its most important resource, becoming a
reaper, selecting the right tools, and building a roadmap for
the success.

The reaper discussion is the key because Espinosa and Dullea are the golden owners Reaper Consulting. Set
a reaper someone like his character Mike. “The Reaper is a mercenary
focused on specific areas of a business with the sole purpose to
understand why it is the way it is and how to change for the financial
benefit of the
company
“in recent chapters, but they provide more graphics and tools to
explain concepts and help readers become reapers in their own
organizations.

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