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Useful even in the home,
This review is from: The One Minute Manager - Increase Productivity, Profits And Your Own Prosperity (Paperback)
Is there a short, easy-to-read management book that can be really useful to the businessman but also helpful for the housewife and in the conduct of family affairs? Is it possible to squeeze into 100 pages enough valuable information so that it serves a multiple audience and could even be a guide for raising children? This book is based on techniques occupying one minute. Concentrating on three core issues, the author first concentrates on goals. In the business world goals would probably be getting more bang for the buck or more widgets per shift or greater efficiency; in the home goal setting can start with children making the bed, keeping the bedroom tidy or clearing up afterwards. Goal setting is only successful if both parties buy into it - boss and employee or parent and child. Agreeing on objectives, expressing them concisely as bullet points, and setting a time frame may take more than a minute but they can be reviewed rapidly and without dispute. The other two core issues - praise or reprimand - follow naturally and each party knows in advance what it will be. There are no surprises.
You can easily read this book and map out your strategy in an evening. It is difficult to imagine that anyone could not find this book helpful in some part of their life.
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lan greer says:
By DAVID- Leonard Willis Is there a short easy - to-read mangement book that can be that can be really useful tconduct of family affair. Is it possibles to squeeze into 100 pages enough valuable information so that it serves a multiple audence and could even be a guide for raising children This book is based on techinques occupying one minute. Concentrating on three cores issues, the author first concentraes on goals. In the bussiness world goals would probably be getting more bang for for
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