The application of 2x2 matrices is a simple process to facilitate thinking and decision-making within both your business and personal life.This book provides five simple frameworks that can be used in many situations to help in organising events, facts, data, values, tangibles and intangibles in such a way that clarifies, segments, simplifies and makes sense. The book also delves into how 2x2s are applicable in a number of different ways and concentrates on the four situations where they are most frequently used - Progression, Decision Support, Situation Analysis and Classification.
Number of pages: 106
Weight: 299 g
Dimensions: 210 x 148 x 9 mm
"The 2x2 Manager draws on established management concepts - the Prisoner's Dilemma, Boston Consulting Group's Growth-Share analysis, the Johari window - with a host of fresh and contemporary anecdotal case studies. The book is an easy and rewarding read." Simon Walker, Director General, Institute of Directors "We have used 2x2 matrices with John to enormous advantage and in a number of situations and groups in our professional property service business - like Ronseal 'The 2x2 Manager' does what it says on the tin - simple and very effective!" Carl Whayman, Group CEO, Lee Baron Group Ltd "If you can find a book that will provide you one idea that you can use once, you've done well. 'The 2x2 Manager' provides a great idea that you can use forever." John Neill, Chairman and CEO, Unipart Group of Companies "John Dembitz has put together a highly valuable and easy-to-understand explanation of 2x2 matrices and their powerful applications. This is an analytical tool that should be utilized much more frequently in the business world; drawing on his own experience and other real-life examples, Dembitz's book gives managers a clear 'when, how and why' to create one and use it to the best effect." Nick Shreiber, Chairman, Nick Shreiber & Associates, LLC "This book should win the KISS award: Keep It Simple, Stupid. A valuable handbook for the business person who is thinking about business strategy and so much more. It will help focus your analytical thinking and allow you to make decisions with more confidence." David Tyler, Chairman of J. Sainsbury plc, Chairman of Hammerson plc and a Non-Executive Director of Burberry Group plc