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I wanted to research this subject and write a paper. Your post what a thousand words would not. Nice job.


Laine Cunningham

In the interest of full disclosure, I’ll say right up front that Tom Epley contracted me to turn his book into the series of blog entries you’re about to read. This post, however, is being made solely because the value of the techniques, attitudes and bold ideas he developed over a lifetime of work as a turnaround CEO is immeasurable.
Before opening my own business, I worked many years for small and mid-sized corporations. If only Tom had been hired onto their boards! I saw firsthand the very problems he discusses in his blogs…meandering management techniques that did nothing except waste everyone’s time; operations so inefficient you wondered if someone was playing a joke; and poisonous employees who somehow clung to their jobs no matter how much chaos they caused. Yet no one higher up seemed to notice or care.
After working with Tom’s concepts, I see that even when people know there’s a problem, they don’t always know how to handle it. Things can be especially troublesome when the “tried and true” methods simply don’t apply in today’s rapidly changing environment. Tom’s solutions are presented using real-world examples. They aren’t always the easiest in terms of effort but they are chock-full of common sense.
His solutions also make intuitive sense. And that’s where Tom really shines. Through the years, he combined logical analysis and intuitive understanding to tackle corporate problems and achieve eye-popping (and sometimes very, very amusing) successes. Best of all, he’s a great teacher. These blogs break those abilities down into parts anyone can learn and then apply to achieve their own successes.
So what are you waiting for? Click anywhere—even on the stuff you think you know. I guarantee you’ll be back for more.
Warm regards and, of course, all success!
Laine Cunningham

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