The Business Transformation Playbook

Reviewed by Roland Buresund

Disappointing ***

Last modified: Sept. 17, 2022, 10:21 p.m.

I had high hope for this one. At long last a book about business transformation!

Unfortunately, it is extremely badly written, sometimes incomprehensible, repetitive, endless self-promotion, badly edited, and worst of all, many times plainly wrong on the facts.

The author claims to have an MBA, but seems to have missed the finer points of the education (and he absolutely doesn't understand program and project management, even though he refers to the MSP). And everytime when I check a book where everything seems confused, it is always an Australian (or a Dutch) person. In this case, an Aussie.

The whole book could have been presented in a 75-100 page booklet (incl. graphics, which the author sprinkle repetively everywhere, without any sense).

No, my recommendation is to avoid it, which is a pity, as I really would have loved to have a good reference on the subject.


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