Re-imagine!

  • by Tom Peters
  • Narrated by Tom Peters
  • 8 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

What, according to Tom Peters, Chairman of Tom Peters Company, is the problem with the way people do business today? Well-intentioned people who like to get things done are being thwarted at every step of the way by absurd organizational barriers and by the egos of petty tyrants.Focusing on how the business climate has changed, this inspirational audiobook outlines how the new world of business works, explores radical ways of overcoming outdated company values, and embraces an aggressive strategy that empowers talent and brand-driven organizations where everyone has a voice.
His vision: Employees who dance from project to project, making "it" up as they go along. Enterprise that reduces the bureaucracy to almost nothing. Societies that educate their young to break the rules and invent vivid new futures.
More than just a how-to book for the 21st century, Re-imagine! is a call to arms, a passionate wake-up call for the business world, educators, and society as a whole.

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What the Critics Say

"In no small part, what American corporations have become is what Peters has encouraged them to be." (The New Yorker)

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Customer Reviews

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WARNING: Peters Lies to Support his Conclusions

Read the headline above. If this doesn't bother you, then you don't need this information. For those who care, know that Tom Peters has admitted to faking the quantitative data in his famous work "In Search of Excellence." He claims it doesn't matter what the data says ("I don't see any value in having a ton of data to see who pops out.") He just decided (with some help from friends at McKinsey) who the best companies were. GE didn't make the list. Wang and Atari did. Decide for yourself whether he's credible or simply famous.
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- Michael

Dead-on and Relevant

Tom Peters, far from the typical rah-rah business advice guru, is both grounded and passionate, practical and visionary. The segments on leadership, globalization, and personal service were solid on target. And he did a great job reading his book.
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- Kevin Christy "kkchristy"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-05-2004
  • Publisher: Phoenix Books