Tom PetersOur next guest on Office Hours is none other than Tom Peters — the peripatetic and perspicacious co-author of In Search of Excellence and the man The Los Angeles Times called “the father of the post-modern corporation.”

Join us on Monday, May 14 at 2pm, EDT, for what promises to be a terrific Office Hours episode. I’ll talk with Tom about the state of the economy, the new rules of work, and his recently released “mother of all presentations.” And as always, you’ll be able to call in and ask him anything you want.

(Don’t know what Office Hours is?
Click here. Or repeat after me: “It’s Car Talk . . . for the Human Engine.”)

To listen live, just dial 703.344.2171 and enter the passcode 203373 on Monday at 2pm, EDT. We’ll give you directions for how to ask your questions during the hour.

If you’ve never heard Tom before, you’re in for a treat. If you’ve never asked him a question, you’re in for an education.

You can listen to some of our past shows, featuring guests like Marcus Buckingham, Jim Collins, Jonah Lehrer, and Susan Cain, on the Office Hours page. You can also subscribe on iTunes.

4 Responses to “Ask Tom Peters anything you want — only on Office Hours”

  1. Sandra Lee says:

    I loved meeting Tom, he was very down to earth and insightful. And he has the wisdom of experience and the curiosity to explore new ideas.

  2. Dee says:

    Hi Dan
    i thought this was a discussion. Can’t believe how boring Tom Peters is being. Unfortunately Twitter has a technical problem right now so I can’t make immediate contact. This is not what I was hoping for! Life is too short for this…..

  3. David Yorka says:

    Dan, you put together a Super group of real pros and offer it up live at a time when a whole new segment of the world can enjoy live format.

    I looked forward to the show and you did not come up short.

    Cheers Dan

  4. Sorry I missed this – rather, I couldn’t get into the call (it was filled!) I will listen to the podcast. Tom Peters is my all-time favorite business guru. His books and articles had a tremendous effect on my business practices. And Dan, I love your wirtings on motivation (heard your talk to the Abrakadoodle franchisees at their conference last year). Thanks for Office Hours. A gift to your followers.

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