The prestigious Kirkus Reviews called the book “a motivational objet d’art that is both aesthetically pleasing and thought provoking.” Tom has poured through 43 years of work and found over 100 game-changing quotes from stellar “on the ground” performers that—if assiduously studied and implemented—will turn your world upside down. The book’s ultimate character, he says, is its design—courtesy his coauthor, the world-renowned designer Nancye Green.
Tom Peters' Compact Guide to Excellence
This strikingly designed little book is full of exhilarating quotes that will will move you to action. Extreme Humanism can engender purpose and pride in all of us.
About the Compact Guide
Tom has given many interviews recently. They cover leading during turbulent times, Excellence Now: Extreme Humanism, and Tom Peters’ Compact Guide to Excellence.
Excellence: Now More Than Ever
The goal of this series is simple: to offer you and your organization a helping hand in implementing the products of decades of Tom’s research. Follow the 99 Steps to Excellence!
Dear friends, In mid-1978, I was summoned to New York City to meet with the Managing Director of McKinsey & Co. When I did so, I was given an assignment. McKinsey developed genius strategies. But the clients by and large couldn’t implement them. What was going on? Answering that question, (more)
43 Years Pursuing Excellence
ExcellenceNow.com is a haven of PDFs and PPTs. Tom’s recent and not-so-recent exhortations.
Tom Peters, “the excellence guy,” has taken a new tack. Excellence? Absolutely. “People first”? Bedrock.
But more is urgently needed. Extreme Humanism. Tom calls out business’ central role in making our world better. Business as a paragon of moral behavior, a countervailing force to divisiveness, minimizers of climactic impact, and creators of inspiring products and services. This is a way of life that increases well-being for one and all.