Rules of Thumb: How to Stay Productive and Inspired Even in the Most Turbulent Times
Alan M. Webber
Publication Date
July 2010
Harper Paperbacks
FROM AMAZON.COM: We live in a world of dramatic and unpredictable change that is wiping out time-honored businesses and long-standing institutions while ushering in unprecedented opportunities for creative individuals and entrepreneurial organizations. The job is no longer figuring out how to win at the game of work and life; the job is figuring out the new rules of the game.

Alan M. Webber's Rules of Thumb is a guide for individuals in every walk of life who want to make sense out of these confusing, challenging, and compelling times.

If you're looking for practical advice on how to win at work without losing your self, if you want to change your life to meet the challenge of change, or if you want to learn from some of the world's most interesting and creative people, let Alan M. Webber take you on a remarkable journey toward greater personal understanding and, ultimately, greater personal success.
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Two Comments
Joel Bailey on June 8, 2010 3:59pm
A great book to read and then keep to hand. Though not specifically on design, these 50-odd pithy and practical rules of thumb are useful to anyone wanting to make real change in complex organisational environments
Damian Kernahan on June 21, 2010 11:40am
Great wisdom for anyone who is building or wants to build a Service Design business
Rules of Thumb: How to Stay Productive and Inspired Even in the Most Turbulent Times
By Alan M. Webber
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