The Management 500
A High-Octane Formula for Business Success
Author: Dan Coughlin
Pub Date: June 2009
Your Price: $22.00
Page Count: 256
“An incredible, hard-hitting book that is loaded with proven, practical
ideas and strategies to pump up the profits of any business.”
“An incredible, hard-hitting book that is loaded with proven, practical ideas and strategies to pump up the profits of any business.”
The world of auto racing is thrilling, energizing, and runs at break-neck speed. But it also requires incredible accuracy, shrewd strategy, and impeccable performance to ensure a win. These same qualities are essential for every manager who wants to build and sustain a profitable business.
The Management 500 provides practical management lessons drawn from the history of professional auto racing. With insights and stories from some of the most successful people in Formula 1, IndyCar Series, and NASCAR over the past 60 years including Lee White, President of Toyota Racing Development and Ed Laukes, head of Toyota Motorsports, consultant Dan Coughlin shows busy managers how they can rev up their skills in areas like leadership, teamwork, strategy, branding, problem-solving, change management and innovation, and get their company running in high gear. From Enzo Ferrari to Kyle Busch, and from the Indianapolis 500 to the Daytona 500, this inspiring book takes invaluable tips from the fast, furious world of racing and shows how every business manager can combine passion with precision to compete and win in today’s competitive business world.
About the Author
Dan Coughlin (Fenton, MO) is a management consultant and keynote speaker, whose clients include Toyota, McDonald’s, Abbott, Marriott, Coca-Cola, YPO, Boeing, the St. Louis Cardinals, and more than 150 other organizations.
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