Book Reviews: Prove It!—How to Create a High-Performance Culture and Measurable Success

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 Book Reviews: Prove It!—How to Create a High-Performance Culture and Measurable Success

Today's Manager
June 1, 2017



Prove It!—How to Create a High-Performance Culture and Measurable Success
By Stacey Barr
Wiley
Reviewer: Sadie-Jane Nunis

Insightful, Well-structured Read that Will Lead you to Success

I quite enjoyed this read. It was well-structured and insightful. To be honest, I could have finished this within a day or two if I had the whole day to enjoy it.

I was quite impressed by how much Ms Barr managed to cram into 200 pages. I managed to pick up some interesting titbits as well which I could apply at work and even at school.

I think this is an essential guidebook for executives who wish to improve organisational performance. As the book rightly states, the world requires executives to be more transparent, this book helps you with the ‘how’.

I agree with another reviewer who initially wondered if this may be a push for her PUMP methodology (her performance measurement blueprint) so I treaded slowly when I started the book. I am pleased to say that it was not the case.

I am going to keep this book close and tap on it when needed.

 

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