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About the Author
Ken Blanchard is the founder and Chairman of The Ken Blanchard Companies. His One Minute Manager series has sold over thirteen million copies and been translated into more than 25 languages. He has also written or co-authored numerous other books, including Gung Ho!, Big Bucks! and Raving Fans. The Blanchards currently live in San Diego.
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Yet when teams gets started, they often work less well than an individual. What's needed to get from here to there? That's what this book is all about.
A common problem is putting a team together, giving them a task, and waiting for the good results. That won't work. People have to have the right skills, knowledge, information, tools, and attitude to perform. That includes experience with working together on teams. For example, if you put a bunch of Internet-oriented people together on a team to play basketball against the Lakers, the results might not be too good for your new team. Bill Jenson's book, Simplicity, is a good resource on this point, as well.
This book does a good job of showing you how you can help the green team become the great team. If you want to enjoy more success in your enterprise, this book is essential reading.
This book is great, with a spectacular twist at the end as well as a truly heartbreaking scene where (spoiler alert!) the One Minute Manager bids a tearful goodbye to his faithful pet spaniel, Jimmy. Fun for all ages - it does say 40-50 on the cover by my 37-year-old couldn't put it down!
I must say that I have become a "Blanchardian" after reading almost all his publications. I am a business consultant, and I have seen his models work for real. Teams were something I didn't have much of luck with, but after this book I have become an "expert" on team management.
Thank you, again!
This book, which I have read a few times and never seem to get back once I share it, has been a major tool in my own and in my team's development and productivity.
I would heartily recommend this book for both trainee and experienced managers who feel in need of some further guidance.
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