The One Minute Manager
Publish date: September 1st 2001
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio/Nightingale-Conant
Edition language: English
Series: One Minute Manager
Wildly popular (though already dated) in its day, a management allegory that really needs only 5 pages at most to make its point. I have my undergraduates writing updates and making it relevant, and must say, while giving credit to Blanchard and Johnson for the idea, that my students' adaptations ar...
"People Who Feel Good About Themselves Produce Good Results" I need to admit that after few first sentences of this books my first through was "damn...". So simple - so worth reading. Such books should be recommended on Management studies and after that in each company this books should have a pl...
Laughably oversimplified advice, for the most part very truthful and common sensical, that I'm sure works spectacularly in a healthy, homogeneous, and fully functional society that I'm having a hard time envisioning in today's world. Written in 1981, the type of managerial relationship portrayed her...
Some ideas here, presented in a somewhat simple and contrived form, that may work in real life. Only way to find out is to try them.
Amazingly easy read and, while the "story" is a bit cheesy, incredibly useful insight. I've passed this along to others in my company that I think could benefit from the advice, and I gave a copy to my sister as part of her graduation present. Especially recommended for anyone who is just starting o...
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