BEST-SELLERS LIST, April 2003
CONQUERING CHAOS AT WORK:
Strategies for Managing Disorganization and the
People Who Cause It (Read Excerpt: SimonSays.com)
From Fireside/Simon &
Schuster Jan. 2000
ISBN 0-684-86314-6 $12.00 Trade Paperback; 256 pages; 7 line drawings
Bookstore Category: Business/Time Management
directly from this site.
THE FIRST BOOK THAT SHOWS HOW TO WORK WITH ANYONE WHO CAUSES CHAOS—INCLUDING
For anyone struggling with too many projects, too little time, and too much
paper, organizing guru Harriet Schechter—aka The Miracle Worker—offers
innovative methods for managing all types of workplace chaos. And
she shows you how to handle the real Chaos Creators:
• Bosses who expect you to cover for them
• Co-workers who leave messes for you to clean up
• Assistants who are even more overwhelmed than you are
• Clients who won’t return your phone calls
• And more!
PRAISE FOR CONQUERING CHAOS AT WORK
"...offers real life solutions that will help you keep up with the pace
of today’s fast moving world of business, without going crazy in the
— Ken Blanchard, Coauthor of
The One Minute Manager
"I wish I had read Harriet Schechter’s book 48 years ago when I
started my mail order business. It would have saved me a lot of time. This is a
must-read for busy people on the fast track."
— Lillian Vernon, Founder and CEO, Lillian Vernon Catalogs
"These principles will bring more prosperity to an organization’s
bottom line than all the marketing and executive development books put
— Dick Lyles, Author of Winning Ways
"Disorganization causes daytime stress and nocturnal insomnia.
Conquering Chaos At Work is a step-by-step, easy to follow program that will
certainly give you more productive days and restful nights."
— James B. Maas, Author of Power Sleep
"This book fundamentally redefines the nature of work and productivity
for the 21st century. At a time when people are facing unprecedented adversity,
Conquering Chaos At Work gives us a vocabulary, mindset, and method for climbing
each and every day. Put all the old time management manuals to rest. This book
redefines the genre."
— Paul Stoltz, Author of Adversity Quotient