KENNETH G. McGEE'S HEADS UP
KEN McGEE

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by Ken McGee


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In his new book, Gartner fellow Ken McGee illustrates how you can immediately recognize and prevent business surprises.


 Read an interview with the author and learn more.

 Download Introduction: "There's Always Warning"

 Read Press Coverage

 Listen to Interview











HEADS UP
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PRESS COVERAGE

The Economist
“Mr. McGee's enthusiasm for RTEs comes from the power they give managers to anticipate problems. He also believes that by the end of this decade, high-performing RTEs will be publishing their earnings per share on a daily basis.”
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Computer World
“...Provides a methodology for selecting only those high-value information streams that are truly worth monitoring.”
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Publisher's Weekly
“Managers looking for ways to improve their understanding of the businesses they run will find much valuable information here.”

ManyWorlds
“Overall, ‘Heads Up’ provides a well-thought-out methodology that managers could use to bring into focus more details of their business”
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LISTEN TO INTERVIEW

Know the Future: Avoiding Business Surprises
From "unexpected" earnings results to missed market opportunities to product launch disasters, we've come to accept uncertainty as an unavoidable fact of business life. But Kenneth G. McGee argues that even the worst business surprises rarely happen without warning-and that a few vital pieces of information can make all the difference in whether an event spells disaster, or opportunity.
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