Some years ago, I wrote a couple of books about business. One of them,
· “Essential reading.” Business Executive
· “A very good read and a worthwhile buy.” British Journal of Administrative Management
· “Valuable and well written.” Middle East Business Review
· “Short, crisp chapters and lively case studies slip down easily. A really valuable aid.’ Director
· “A formidable array of tools. Unpretentious. Suggestions are tried and true... never been published before.” Sheffield Telegraph
· “Michael Ward has hit on a very good idea. One which, like many of the best ideas, is blindingly simple. The overwhelming value of this book is, to my mind, that it brings together, in a very accessible way, many useful ideas and tools.” Training Officer
· “Ward’s book is far lighter and more entertaining in tone. It owes little to academic theory or research. Instead he shares pearls of wisdom.” Personnel Today
· “A quick-reference handbook containing a selection of tools. Concise.” People Management
· “Best selling. Entertaining.” Gower Publishing
· “A formidable array of tools.” Management Training
· “This book brings together in an entertaining and instructive text a wide range of powerful tools to improve managerial performance. “ ASLIB Book List
· “Each concept is almost indispensable as Ward delves into its practicality for real life situations.” Malaysian business Lifestyle Weekly
· “Interesting and useful reading” European Foundation for Management Development.
· “This is an interesting book, relevant to today’s problems and practical enough for tomorrows’ crises. It is well written and professionally presented.” Administrator
· “This book brings together a wealth of tools.” General Business.
‘50 Essential Management Techniques’
helped a lot of people with their businesses.