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Tempo! is available at Bokus, Bokon, and Adlibris

Click the picture to buy Tempo! from Bokus. Tempo! has finally got distribution in Sweden! The printed version of the book is now available on Bokus , and  Adlibris . In addition, companies hiring me for consulting work, can buy Tempo! from a special web shop, at a considerably reduced price. When I wrote Tempo! my intent was to write a practically useful business strategy book in Swedish. I did not want to tell other people what to do with their businesses, that is for them to decide, but I wanted to help out with how  to do whatever it is they want to achieve. I had seen too many companies where good, smart people just ran into a brick wall when they tried to make things better, not just for themselves, but for everyone in the organization, and for their customers. Tempo! is illustrated with more than 100 diagrams and photos Originally, I wanted to write a book about a practical method for developing strategy. I felt there was a lot of need, because I have seen man

Less! available on Dito, Bokus, bokon, and Adlibris

The ebook version of LESS! is now available on Dito ,  Bokus , Bokon and Adlibris . LESS! is of course also available via Amazon . I am very proud of LESS!. I am particularly proud of the fact that I did not write most of it. LESS! is a collaborative work, and working with the other authors has been a privilege I cannot adequately describe. One of my best adventures ever. LESS! is about building better places to work: Have you ever had a great idea crushed by the words, "we can't do that, because it's not in the budget"? Then you really need to read up on Beyond Budgeting. Bjarte Bogsnes, VP of Performance Management at Statoil and Dr. Peter Bunce, Director of the Beyond Budgeting Round Table, have written two chapters helping you free yourself from the chains of budgeting. If you look around you at work, and see people with great potential, but somehow things never get together like they should. The sum of the work is always less than the sum of what the i

Finally: LESS! hits Swedish book stores!

Recently, I wrote an article for a Swedish website about applying queueing theory to writing and publishing books. Having done that, I decided to follow my own advice from the article, and see what I could do to increase my own productivity. The first thing to do, is to figure out whether I can do more with what I have already got. I can, and quite easily too. If I build better distribution and marketing networks, I will sell more, it's that simple. I won't go into details right now. I have work I need to get on with, but distributing via Publit gets me access to half a dozen new sales channels in Sweden. I am also adding a couple of marketing channels I haven't used before. The result, if I do it right, will be more book sales. As you can see from the Publit webstore embedded in this post, the mix of books is quite eclectic: Management & Leadership, Photograhy, even a comic book. Eventually, I will compartmentalize a bit, but for now, I want the word to spr