The worst advice I’ve ever heard about writing books!
The worst advice I’ve ever heard about writing books begins with the assumption that writing the book is the only reason for the writer to complete the book. Most writers have an idea of what they want to accomplish with their book. Some reasoning is transparent, like entertainment or information. In most cases the author wants their book read by as many people as possible. This brings into play a whole galaxy of “must-do things” that goes beyond finishing the manuscript.
Few people write books just to see their name in print. For those few people, the Internet offers a broad array of publishers and prices, more precisely printers, eager to fulfill the need. However, entertainment and information requires mass penetration of the probable market for whatever the topic covers. In these cases, beginning at the end can be more appropriate. Developing and refining an audience for the book, starts the journey on a successful path.
In his book Whole Business Thinking: Executive Management (WBT – EM) :A GUIDE TO EXCEPTIONAL BUSINESS PERFORMANCE, Robert S. Block explains how to create sustainable business growth.
Whole Business Thinking is the way to create solid growth in your company. It requires real-time information flow. He explains the difference between Silo Thinking and Whole Business Thinking. He helps the business owner to understand the benefits of Whole Business Thinking. Silo focused thinking results in the establishment of departmental policies and procedures and the purchase of systems without regard for the policies and procedures and systems used by other divisions or departments. Communication barriers grow and inefficiencies become the norm and accepted as “part of corporate life.” It is clearly the source of a lot of the discord in company employees. Whole Business Thinking: WBT requires real-time information flow among all departments at virtually every level.
The chapter on Centralized vs. Decentralized management is crucial to the plan. Centralized management is a form of management wherein most decisions are made by a relatively small group of people located at the company’s headquarters. Centralized management implies centralized data systems to support management decisions. Read more
I’ll be showcasing a few business books on my show.
If you would like your book to be one of them- Read more