How to transform your limitations into advantages (ie. how to do more with less)
Adam Morgan’s “A Beautiful Constraint: How to Transform Your Limitations into Advantages, and why it’s everyone’s Business” provides simple, yet practical, tools to help you turn your limitations into a source of inspiration.
Simply put; this book helps you to do more with less.
“A Beautiful Constraint” draws inspiration from actual cases in fields as diverse as education, automobile engineering, supply-chain management, agriculture and breakthrough marketing campaigns.
Do you lack time or money? Perhaps you feel you don’t have the necessary know-how?
“A Beautiful Constraint” shows you how to see in these limitations the opportunity for transforming yourself and your organisation’s fortunes.
Listen to the audio (scroll down to the bottom) for more detail.
You often do better with constraints than if you had none. Morgan gives real-world examples of this.Ian Mann, Gateways Business Consultants
If there were no constraints we wouldn't have Sasol.Ian Mann, Gateways Business Consultants
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