Communicating Your Company Vision.
Jack Allen's 2001 AMS Users Group seminar with revealing insights and answers to compelling audience questions.
Listen to an excerpt from Communicating Your Company Vision. The complete seminar is available on audio CD or cassette ($14.95).

First, Break All The Rules.
Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman of the Gallup Organization present the remarkable findings of their indepth study of great managers-
how the best managers select an employee for talent rather than for skills or experience; how they set expectations' and how they motivate people by building on each person's unique strengths. Where to get First Break All The Rules

A Vision To Success
Jack Allen's 1994 radio interview discussing his views on CFR and corporate culture. His perspective on a changing industry and unique vision for a company that has become one of the highest performing insurance agencies in the country.
Listen to an excerpt from A Vision To Success. The complete interview is available on audio CD or cassette ($14.95).


Whatever You Do... Reproductions are now available representing a corporate vision conveyed through an original painting created by renowned artist P.S. Gordon. Click here for more about P.S. Gordon.
We offer 18" X 24" high quality lithographs either signed by the artist ($89 plus $5 shipping) or unsigned ($69 plus $5 shipping). This painting is a beautiful reminder of the power of a clearly illustrated corporate vision.

Recipes for Success
is a template for a different kind of employee manual. A refreshing approach to establishing business standards, operational procedures and productive employee relationships. Recipes for Success lays the groundwork for a corporate culture designed to identify the talents and strengths in individuals. This is not your standard employee manual. Click here for a sample section from Recipes for Success. The complete employee manual is available on CD along with the printed documentation. ($59.95).

 

The Fifth Discipline has turned many readers into true believers; it remains the ideal introduction to Senge's carefully integrated corporate framework, which is structured around "personal mastery," "mental models," "shared vision," and "team learning." Using ideas that originate in fields from science to spirituality, Senge explains why the learning organization matters, provides an unvarnished summary of his management principals, offers some basic tools for practicing it, and shows what it's like to operate under this system. --Howard Rothman Where to get The Fifth Discipline

Corporate Lifecycles:
How and Why Corporations Grow and Die and What to Do About It
Adizes' fascinating work that likens corporations to living organisms. Exploring their developmental stages, Adizes focuses on normal/healthy problems that lead to growth, versus abnormal/pathological problems that, if left untreated, lead to a company's death. Where to get Corporate Lifecycles