Killing Cats Leads to Rats: Mitigating the Unintended Consequences of Business Decisions by Richard Franzi
About The Book:
Killing Cats Leads to Rats: Mitigating the Unintended Consequences of Business Decisions takes a close look at the impact of unintended consequences on business performance and employee morale. Richard Franzi has seen, first-hand, the negative impact of unintended consequences on business performance and employee morale through his work with firms throughout Southern California over the past 10 years. He began studying the root causes for unintended consequences to help business executives better Anticipate, Reduce and/or Mitigate them. Killing Cats Leads to Rats draws a clear connection between the quality of the decisions made by the executives and the business performance and employee engagement.
About The Author:
Richard Franzi is the Founder and CEO of Critical Mass for Business, a premium social/peer learning firm for executives who lead firms with annual revenue between$5 million to$50 million. Richard currently chairs CEO Peer Groups® throughout Los Angeles and Orange County, CA. His work and research into social/peer learning has been featured in national print and online media, talk shows, publications, and educational forums and outlets. His direct experience as a member and chair of CEO Peer Groups® has inspired his first and second book: Critical Mass: The 10 Explosive Powers of CEO Peer Groups (the first book ever written about how executives benefit from the peer group process) and Critical Mass: The Power of CEO Guiding Principles (now in its 3rd release).