Tom Peters - the prince of disorders

Lewis, Elen
February 2004
Brand Strategy;Feb2004, Issue 179, p16
Trade Publication
Profiles Tom Peters, a management guru known as the prince of disorders and considered to be one of the business world's most accomplished self-publicists in Great Britain. Educational attainment; Career history; Job responsibilities; Achievements and awards; Views on business.


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