The book The 80/20 Manager is a unique and innovative management book which through a sensational narrative provides some highly useful and crucial management lessons. This book is responsible for changing the management thinking throughout the world and is considered by many as an amazing piece of literature on management. It is written by Richard Koch, a very famous management consultant.
The 80/20 Manager revolves around the Pareto principle and tells how one can apply these principles in day today life. This book explains how one can get rid of the troubles in management and become a successful leader. This book has become an international bestseller and the principles explained in this book have transformed lives of many managers.
According to the author, 80% of the results come from 20% efforts. Managers in today�s world are always over-burdened and are struggling to complete their tasks within time. This book shows how managers can apply the 80-20 principle in their lives and can get their work done in quick time and that too without having much stress. This book tells the readers to focus only on the issues that really matter, achieving exceptional results, and feeling successful every day while working less hard in fewer hours. The author advocates �time rich� methods (effective use of time), stating that there is a negative relation between work time and productivity. He separates this view from time management and seeks to cultivate the management skill of �calculated inactivity.� Overall, this book effectively combines ways to improve leadership with business problems and solutions.
Richard Koch is a multi-facet personality who is an author, investor and management consultant. He has written over twenty books on business and ideas which have become very famous. He received his M.B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. Some of his popular books include FT Guide to Strategy: How to create, pursue and deliver a winning strategy (The FT Guides) and German Imperial Banking Laws.
This edition of the book is available in paperback binding for online shoppers. It has an ISBN 10 number of 0749959258 and ISBN 13 number of 978-0749959258.