- 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
Tag Archives: Michael
Principal Josè Posada turns to the business world to sharpen his educational mission…and he’s using Michael Feuer’s The Benevolent Dictator to help him at Eagle Rock Elementary.
As the co-founder of OfficeMax, Michael Feuer learned a thing or two about launching and running a successful company. In The Benevolent Dictator, he serves up an array of advice on empowering your employees, building your business, and outwitting the competition. Here are four lessons.
When you’ve got rotten employees, what should you do? In this IndustryWeek interview with Michael Feuer, you’ll learn how to deal with those people.
There’s an advantage being the mild-mannered farmer with that “aw shucks” persona in business. Michael Feuer explains what that is, and why it may just be the best role to play.
Book Review: “…So much “information” in exhaustive detail with sharpened insight that it will leave you seriously questioning your own management style”
The Industrius Bastard Blog @ HIT Solutions recently reviewed The Benevolent Dictator, by Michael Feuer, with Dustin S. Klein, and concluded it was a business book for anyone who wanted to learn how to better run, grow or lead an organization.
TechJournal South’s recent review of “The Benevolent Dictator” explains how ruling your start-up like a benevolent dictator is the smart way to run a business.
On June 16th, radio host Pam Atherton interviewed Michael Feuer to discuss how he founded — and sold — OfficeMax, as well as about “The Benevolent Dictator.”
A review of The Benevolent Dictator from The Bear & Bull Website
Book Review: “Sound business advice that is elegantly interwoven with excellent story-based narrative”
“It is almost wrong to call this a business book; to call it shuch is to sell it short.” A review from the Sales Ecosystem blog
Read what the Straight Talking Truth! blog has to say about The Benevolent Dictator.