My "management career" stretches from 1966 ... a staggering 52 years as of 2018. There are 2,500 speeches and 18 books to look back on. But I am big on summaries. And so I decided to try to reduce my latest book, The Excellence Dividend, and in effect those 52 years, to a single page.
Well, for better or for worse, I did it. The single page is titled: THE EIGHTEEN “NUMBER ONES.” That is, 18 things of surpassing importance to invest in or do. Also, eighteen ideas that have stood the test of time. They are more or less timeless, but they also (see the book) are a winning formula in the Age of Ubiquitous AI.
Consider my "BIG THREE":
*Investment #1: TRAINING
*Asset #1: PORTFOLIO OF FIRST-LINE MANAGERS
*Core Value #1: LISTENING EXCELLENCE!!!
The one-pager comes in two formats—standard text and (hey, it's me) PowerPoint. The type face on the single PP slide was wee, so I cheated, and you also get the 5-slide version.
At any rate, all yours ...