House on fire is a well-written guidebook for those in management at executive and board levels, and it teachers them how to disparage conflict and prevent it from happening.
The literature is written well and is helpful for anyone, not just business owners. It is filled with self-assessments and presented with methodologies that actually work. The book is perfect for business planning, conflict resolution, and mediation strategies. This should also be a stepping stone for someone who wants to start a business.
In this book, Thomas aims to present a compelling case for stopping what he calls the “arsonist personalities” in senior management and on the board.
Since the author is the founder and CEO of his own company and successfully manages boards of directors, inventors, and executives, his knowledge is definitely worth having. He knows what he is talking about with a highly well-educated background.
I think what stood out for me was how organized everything was laid out. It was well planned, illustrated, and taught. The writing style was educational and possessed a colloquial tone to it.
I recommend this book to anyone who into strategic business planning.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main