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A second read?
on 12 January 2005
If you read the first book and had a nagging feeling that it didn't really explain the full ins and outs of the one minute management concept (i.e. after agreeing the objectives, is the next step really just to wait and either shake their had or kick them in the ass?) Then this is the book for you as it talks much more about the subtle steps that make up the process (such as coaching and reviewing) that I feel were mentioned a little too briefly in the first book. In my opinion a good follow-up to the first book, but information that really should have been included as a second chapter in the first book. (A case of 'one book for the price of two' rather than the more traditional 'two books for the price of one'). But still well worth a read.