There’s “The One Minute Manager”, “Good to Great” “Organization of The Future” and “Freakonomics” by authors Blanchard, Collins, Drucker and Levitt, respectively. Each in their own way took what was familiar and turned it on its head.
I believe Wiley’s “Equity Value Enhancement” (link below) proposes the same disruptions by placing as much or more emphasis on human capital and risk management versus traditional financial capital and the common metrics considered to examine company performance.
It goes further. It demonstrates that bankers, private equity, family offices, insurance, wealth, accounting, legal advisors and their entrepreneurial clients have the untapped potential to free up millions of dollars in value creation for both clients and themselves by choosing not to follow the herd.
My ask is simple. Whether you (or someone you designate) would review one or more chapters of a complementary advance copy and comment with your thoughts. If you wish to do so, please let me know tomorrow if possible. I would then provide your name(s) to Wiley’s editor and he’ll contact you. Thank you.
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