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LID Publishing Newsletter · July 2016
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Perform to win

Peter Drucker on Consulting
How to Apply Drucker's Principles for Business Success
William A. Cohen
Pushing the boundaries
The Human Way
The Ten Commandments for (Im)Perfect Leaders
Kelly Odell

William A. Cohen is a retired U.S. Air Force general with an MBA from the University of Chicago. He is also the author of this month's new release Peter Drucker on Consulting.

Since Bill was the first PHD student taught by the man himself, in 1983, Drucker wrote of him, “Bill Cohen was a singularly stimulating and attractive student from whom my colleagues on the faculty and I learned at least as much as we could teach him.”

Now, William speaks around the world and is president of the California Institute of Advanced Management, a new graduate school licensed by the State of California to award the MBA in Executive Management and Entrepreneurship.

In this exclusive article for LID, Bill asks: Why another book on consulting?

Read the full article here

Be a mindsetter
LID Radio: William Cohen - Applying Drucker's principles outside the classroom.

This week's LID Radio podcast is with William Cohen, who spoke with us ahead of his new title, Peter Drucker on Consulting: How to Apply Drucker's Principles for Business Success, being launched later this month.
In this podcast he speaks about how Drucker's teaching can be applied in real life situations and shares some fond memories of his mentor.


 
Tug Life
Michael Farmer speaking at IPA conferences in London and Dublin

Madison Avenue Manslaughter author Michael Farmer will be speaking at the British Library, tomorrow 6th July, at the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising half day conference. 
Entitled: How the ad industry can stop giving its best ideas away for nothing. The half-day event sets out to equip those working in the field with more confidence in agency remuneration and pricing,  becoming more effective valuers, pricers and sellers of agency services and being more able to win new business. You can find more details of the event here.
Nicklas Bergman speaking in New York

On Friday, June 3, LID author Nicklas Bergman hosted a book launch breakfast for his title Surviving The Tech Storm at the Ace Hotel in NYC. Nicklas gave a presentation and held a discussion with attendees on the transition from old to new technologies and the business and social implications that come with these technological advancements. 

Andy Law, author of Upgraded featured on Management Today with his piece: Why all businesses need to behave like tech brands
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Peter Drucker on Consulting  was named a book to watch for June on 800 CEO Read
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Chris Budd receives another glowing mention in The Financial Times Advisor 
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Brand new Moe Glenner article just published on successful change leadership:
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Claire Fox featured on HR zone with a great review of her book Work/Life Symbiosis
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Ben Tallon opinion piece featured on Design week
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An interesting read from Jon Geldart on his expertise within the Chinese business sector on China Daily
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During the past 12 months, LID Publishing has expanded its presence in the translation market, with nearly 50 license agreements signed with various publishers around the world. Asia in particular has been a strong region for LID in this respect. LID Publishing’s Martin Liu travelled to Japan, South Korea and Taiwan recently to promote LID’s Fall 2016 list of new titles. 
The titles that received most attention were: The Neo-Generalist (Kenneth Mikkelsen & Richard Martin), Executive Function (Keiron Sparrowhawk), Upgraded (Andy Law), Martketing (Javier Lamelas), The Mindfulness Book (Martyn Newman) and The Attitude Book (Simon Tyler). It was also an opportunity to meet and visit publishers of previous LID titles. These included Nippon Jitsugyo (Japanese publisher of Not Knowing, which has been reprinted three times since its release in January), Kanki Publishing (Japanese publisher of The Diagrams Book and The Ideas Book, both by Kevin Duncan), Business Weekly (Taiwanese publisher of The Diagrams Book and The Ideas Book), JoongAng Books (Korean publisher of The Prisoner and the Penguin by Giles Lury, which has now sold over 30,000 copies, and The Smart Thinking Book by Kevin Duncan), Business Books (Korean publisher of Masters of Innovation by Kai Engel) and Hanbit Biz (Korean publisher of Notes From a Beijing Coffeeshop by Jon Geldart). With business titles being one of the top three book categories in Asia, this region forms the bedrock of LID Publishing’s efforts in expanding its authors’ presence in other languages.
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