- Feuer radio appearance focuses on business people’s biggest mistakes
- Feuer talks business on The Career Clinic radio program
- ARTICLE: Analysis Paralysis — Avoid consensus overload and keep the venture moving forward with rapid yet thoughtful decisions
- Article: Be An Open Book
- Feuer to keynote B2B Expo in October
Monthly Archives: August 2011
In this book review of The Benevolent Dictator, Marketingprofs recent article calls TBD a must-read for business bookworms. The site provides members tools and information to better help them as professional marketers.
In this insightful interview with the Bulldog Reporter’s Daily Dog, Michael Feuer explains how CEOs, entrepreneurs and business leaders can break through the innovation chokehold and let creativity flourish.
Michael Feuer’s sit-down with It Business Edge writer Don Tennant continues to gain speed. Feuer, author of the book, “The Benevolent Dictator: Empower Your Employees, Build Your Business and Outwit the Competition,” has, once and for all, debunked the myth that the best leaders are consensus builders. Find out the best tips in this slideshow.
IT Business Edge’s Don Tennant sat down with Michael Feuer and after his interview, what Feuer said resonated well beyond the original article. So much so that Tennant’s weekly blog summarized some of his post-interview thoughts.
Michael Feuer, co-founder and former CEO of OfficeMax, is author of the book, “The Benevolent Dictator: Empower Your Employees, Build Your Business and Outwit Your Competitors.” Feuer spoke with Don Tennant about why a “benevolent dictator” is a better leader than one who gets bogged down in consensus building and over-analysis.
Michael Feuer dropped by the WCPN Public Radio studios for a live one-on-one chat with host Michael McIntyre. The two discussed building businesses, leading by example and why it takes a benevolent dictator to move swiftly from mind to market.