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Shelves: 20th-century , business-management-pm , non-fiction Is there a word for books that are over one hundred pages long but which summarise themselves in less than one page? In this case everything you need to know is on page, luckily not room, view spoiler [but just in case, I would like to take this opportunity to reiterate: I love Big Brother hide spoiler ].
The rest of the book is some kind of modern fable, presumably because the authors felt embarrassed by the idea of selling their idea on a postcard, that repetitiously repeats that the Is there a word for books that are over one hundred pages long but which summarise themselves in less than one page?
The rest of the book is some kind of modern fable, presumably because the authors felt embarrassed by the idea of selling their idea on a postcard, that repetitiously repeats that the manager must agree goals with their staff, each goal to take about a minute to explain and discuss expressed on paper in no more than words.
Go to your bed! Plainly we are in the same cultural world as the more recent Getting Things Done , but this book has a more precise context. The one minute manager at one point looks out the window and takes the popularity of imported cars in the USA as an Indictment of American Business and implicitly of the USA itself. We are in era of transition from Carter to Reagan. The USA needs a thorough going, activist philosophy to save itself from foreign domination.
Plainly no-one had ever tried that before, had they Fido? In any case the manager is on their own, their organisation will not help them, but you can buy the book and save yourself.
The flip side of the worry about change in the business environment - so long dominated by US companies - is immense self-confidence. In this case there is no doubt that goals and behaviours are simple and definable. They are compared with bowling pins. Set them up and knock them down. In the background I sense the lasting influence of Taylor and his confidence that there is a single right way to do anything, that one can measure, agree on, and teach.
This is a world apparently without complexity or openendedness. Cringe-worthy writing, overly simplistic, not envisioning any shortcomings to there approach - what could possible have stood in the way of this book becoming a New York Times best-seller? Not quite the role model I was looking for
El ejecutivo al minuto
Inclusive el joven acaba hablando con el personal del director para corroborar lo que aquel le dice. No tomar decisiones por sus subordinados. Volverse un Director al Minuto. Esto es dedicar el menor tiempo con la gente posible para lograr resultados. Consiste en acordar las necesidades que hay que satisfacer y debe expresarse de tal manera que quepa en una sola hoja de papel.
The One Minute Manager
“El ejecutivo al minuto” Kenneth Blanchard y Spencer Johnson