Practically Radical (Paperback)
Not-So-Crazy Ways to Transform Your Company, Shake Up Your Industry, and Challenge Yourself
William Morrow & Company, 9780061734687, 294pp.
Publication Date: July 31, 2012
"The most powerful and instructive change manual you'll ever read. It will persuade and inspire you to change your business, your work, and maybe your life."
--Daniel H. Pink, bestselling author of A Whole New Mind
In Practically Radical, William C. Taylor, the New York Times bestselling co-author of Mavericks at Work offers a refreshing, rigorous new look at pragmatic ways to shake things up and make positive change in difficult times. Anything but your typical business book, Practically Radical is a must-own for small business owners and CEOs, for managers at all levels, and innovators and entrepreneurs of every stripe.
Praise For Practically Radical: Not-So-Crazy Ways to Transform Your Company, Shake Up Your Industry, and Challenge Yourself…
“Practically Radical inspires leaders to aim higher—to produce lasting change by advancing deeply held values. The ideas are fresh, the advice is stuff you can actually use, and the results will be tangible. Read this book—then roll up your sleeves and get to work!”
“Practically Radical is the most powerful and instructive change manual you’ll ever read. It will persuade and inspire you to change your business, your work, and maybe your life.”
-Daniel H. Pink, bestselling author of A Whole New Mind and Drive
“We all understand the need for change and transformation in the business world. Rarely do we address the implications of implementing change in organizations. Practically Radical takes on this challenge as a handbook for successful transformation. A great tutorial for implementing your change agenda.”
-Anne Mulcahy, former Chairman and CEO, Xerox Corporation
“Practically Radical is packed with big ideas, hands-on advice, and inspiring case studies to help you succeed. It’s a game plan for entrepreneurs and executives who want to change the world for the better.”
-Guy Kawasaki, co-founder of Alltop.com and former Apple chief evangelist