David Mansfield talks about his interest in business books, drawing parallels between his new book ‘The Monday Revolution’ and the mid-90s classic ‘What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School’ by Mark H McCormack. David explains, “When writing my book, this was a big inspiration. In some respects my book mirrors the style of McCormack’s. Both are full of real-life ‘fable’ examples… (it) is all about the lessons to be learned, and if you didn’t get the message in the fable, the second section breaks it all down into useable and digestible chunks.”
David Mansfield joins Alison Jones for ‘The Extraordinary Business Book Club’ Podcast. They discuss The Monday Revolution and how David advises business leaders to be more effective, using his expert eyes to identify opportunities to improve productivity and performance. In the podcast, David talks about his opening challenge to any leader, “I ask, are you spending your time in the right way and is this what you should really be doing to push your business forward?”
‘The Monday Revolution’ Book Review: Journalist and Author Stefan Stern, talks about ‘The Monday Revolution’ and its refreshing focus on practicality, rather than theory, and what you should do on a Monday.
Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice at London Business School, talks about the fascinating insights David Mansfield shares in ‘The Monday Revolution’, about managing time and difficult people.