Five P’s to a Wow! Business by Bill Matthews – A Book Review

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Top Rated Business and Management Tool – That Will Move Your Company to WOW!

A quick scan of Bill Matthews’ book “Five P’s to a Wow! Business” convinced me that I was about to begin a WOW experience. I instinctively knew Matthews has developed a proactive professional management system that works.

Matthews writes with clarity and with easy to follow directives in planning, and implementing, the right staff, the right processes, and a way for measuring performance. His enthusiasm and passion for excellence are contagious.

Matthews’ introduces case studies, sample forms, and step by step action plans, as well as a current status survey, and other helpful tools to guide the reader on a path to success.  These guidelines are practical and flexible and are adaptable for use in any business venture.

Bill Matthews’ resume covers a 30-year career with a broad base of experience gained in management positions in Fortune 500 companies, privately owned businesses, and numerous entrepreneurial educational organizations. Bill has a passion for working in an advisory capacity with business and professional management leaders in areas of strategic planning. His books, toolkits, and training materials are being distributed on a worldwide scale.

“Five P’s to a Wow! Business” should be required reading for management personnel at every corporate level, and for entrepreneurs moving into new business ventures.

A complimentary review copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.


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