Last night LID Publishing attended the CMI Management Book of the Year Awards, supporting and celebrating David Guillebaud’s Disruption Denial being shortlisted for the Management and Futures category.
The awards spanned five categories: Commuter’s Read, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Management & Futures, New Manager and Practical Manager, as well as the overall Best Management Book winner.
Guillebaud’s Disruption Denial examines why companies seem paralysed in the onrush of digital and other disruption, guiding them to a new way of coping with the challenges which face them.
The author is an experienced management consultant who has worked with some of the world’s leading companies. He is currently an Associate Partner at Elix-IRR consultancy.
The CMI’s overall winner for Management Book of the Year was the Harvard Business Review Manager’s Handbook.
Winners of each category are as follows:
- Commuter’s Read: Keys to Success by John Timpson
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship: The Corporate Startup by Tendayi Viki, Dan Toma, and Esther Gons
- Management & Futures: Building Digital Culture by Daniel Rowles and Thomas Brown
- New Manager: Harvard Business Review Manager’s Handbook
- Practical Manager: Time, Talent, Energy by Michael Mankins and Eric Garton
David Guillebaud’s Disruption Denial is available here.
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