1. Portrays new alternative leaders, revealing them to be equally impressive, although quite different, to those generally studied in the leadership field: Washington, Roosevelt, Ford, Iacocca, Welch…
2. Compares these three leaders for the first time.
3. Sets up the principles of a new theory: NVP Management theory.
4. Presents NVP Management as a possible new way of managing organizations, business, value, trade-off, teams and people to start, then corporate governance.
5. Provides twenty-one ideas of actions to implement NVP Management in companies as soon as tomorrow morning.
6. Introduces new concepts and ideas: Nano-Opportunities, HTD Syndrome, Hourglass Paradox, Mirror Game, Ember Trade-Off, Be-To Attitude, Ivy Principle, Women Only Session, Harvest Time Contest, Value Added Windows, Melting Plan, Manager as Well-Being Promoters, NVP Key Indicators, In Between Quotients Generation, NVP Quotients Generation, HQ (Harvest Quotient), TQ (Tolerance Quotient), AIQ (Anti-Ivy Quotient), WBQ (Well-Being Quotient), Baby-sitter syndrome, Inter-Value-Added, Work-Guard Attitude.
7. Offers new areas of thinking for potential continuation in leadership, management and business management fields.
8. Contributes to propose a new way of thinking about the business world itself.
9. Makes us realize to what extent we are prisoners of our own mindsets, common beliefs, frameworks, and schemes of thought inherited from Management Consensus.
10. Goes beyond this Management Consensus offering a real breakthrough.
11. Thinks out of the usual "Think out of the cubicle" of management literature.
12. Provides a new run up for tomorrow’s managers and the leaders of a fast changing world.