Like most people I know, I seem to have a never-ending list of things to do at work and nowhere near enough time to do all of them. This is a very good book for helping you to identify your priorities and then actually get them done.
What I liked about this book is that it is practical. In bite-size sections it gives you real things that you can do to be more productive. It doesn't give you vague principles or aspirational systems that are so complex you'll never actually do them. Just good, sensible suggestions to help you manage your workload and get more done.
I read it, appreciated the value, and bought another copy to give to a colleague at work.