During World War II, the Office of Strategic Services (a precursor to the CIA) released a document to warn of sabotage that happened off the battlefield. Robert M. Galford, Bob Frisch and Cary Greene have applied that document to today’s workgroup, from a major corporation to a volunteer PTA committee.
One section of the 1944 document focused on eight subtle and destructive tactics for sabotaging the decision-making processes of organizations. While the manual was written decades ago, these tactics thrive undetected in organizations today.
Filled with proven strategies and techniques, this brief book outlines the counter-sabotage measures to detect and reduce the impact of these eight classic sabotage tactics to improve productivity, spur creativity, and create better relationships with colleagues.
“Simple Sabotage: A Modern Field Manual” is available on www.800ceoread.com for $19.19