Do the people at work drive you crazy?

The Breakthrough Solution

BY DR. GRANT MULLEN

Why are some people so hard to manage and work with? Are human resources the weakest link in the corporate supply chain?

In The Breakthrough Solution, Dr. Grant Mullen takes you on a fascinating, unpredictable and humorous journey of corporate investigation to find out why a cutting edge technology company is failing.

Through the eyes of Bill Spencer, corporate trouble shooter, you will explore the many departments of this company where dysfunctional managers have undermined the productivity and profitability of the organization. You will recognize many people who you have worked with, perhaps even yourself.

After reaching the conclusion that the company canít be salvaged, Spencer meets Peter Wilson, the only Vice President with a profitable division. Through interviews and observation, Spencer uncovers a radically different management style which has unlocked the potential in people and led to soaring productivity. The final report leads to a surprise ending that will encourage even the most frustrated supervisor or employee.

Not only will you better understand the puzzle of human behaviour at work but The Breakthrough Solution will give you practical, easy to use keys that you can start using right away to turn your organization around.

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...a fun read with an important message. Highly recommended.

KEN BLANCHARD
CO-AUTHOR OF THE ONE MINUTE MANAGER

A must read for anyone feeling confusion or stress in the workplace.
DAVID BREUKELMAN, MBA
President, Business Arts Inc. & Founder of Arius3D Inc.


Dr. Mullen tells the story in a charming, light way. He has a gift for humour.
HARVEY SCHACHTER
The Globe and Mail, May 28, 2008


The Breakthrough Solution presents not only the problem of emotional baggage that most employees bring to the job but it also presents some interesting solutions in dealing with the negative effects of this baggage.
Ivan Gaetz Phd
Dean of Libraries, Regis University
Denver, Colorado