Putting the One Minute Manager to Work: How to Turn the 3 Secrets into Skills

Putting the One Minute Manager to Work: How to Turn the 3 Secrets into Skills

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The second book in this record-breaking series, Putting the One Minute Manager to Work, turns the three secrets of One Minute Management into day-to-day skills and shows how they work in real-life situations. 

By going straight to boardrooms and assembly lines for their examples, the authors put the One Minute concepts into working systems that directly affect a company's bottom line. Here is the next step in the revolutionary, simple, and uniquely effective system that is changing how the world runs business.

 

Title:Putting the One Minute Manager to Work: How to Turn the 3 Secrets into Skills
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780060881672
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    Putting the One Minute Manager to Work: How to Turn the 3 Secrets into Skills Reviews

  • Debbie

    Read this as a follow-up to the 1st book in the series (because my library had both of them) and it was a great extension, laying out the steps for implementation. Love the way both of these books are...

  • Reid

    Good 'how to' book on management.Some good ideas I gleaned from the book:"People who produce good results feel good about themselves."One Minute Praisings: be specific, tell the person exactly what th...

  • Nahid

    This is the companion volume to The One Minute Manager – good “how to” books on management, specially people management. It shows how the One Minute management techniques can be employed on a da...

  • Kim

    I read this book only because I bought it as a package deal with The One Minute Manager. To summarize my review of The One Minute Manager, I thought the book might be helpful for anyone who has never ...

  • Sean

    While certainly dated, Kenneth Blanchard's follow-up to One Minute Manger is decent. It still reads terribly, like a piece of fiction. But what it does do is add some pieces that were missing from the...

  • ARC

    I suspect this book was written as a follow-up to the original book due to implementation issues faced in reality. Basically, a typical performance management system was added on top of the basic prin...

  • Jacob Weber

    Putting the One Minute Manager to work was not the type of book I thought I would read but I'm glad I did. It gave me a view through the window of management which is new to me and introduced me to se...

  • Alissa

    If a person can't do something - Go back to goal setting (Training Problem)If a person won't do something - Reprimand (Attitude Problem)When you end a reprimand with a praising people think about thei...

  • Jeffrey Fike

    Great, easy to read story incorporating a ton of the better practical operations and administrative management concepts of the recent past. Building on The One Minute Manager, this book is an invaluab...

  • Jamie from The Doer Co

    I really like this series and how the concepts interlock. PRICE is a great, simple framework for development - of other people or yourself. I wasn't sure how much value I would find in this book (or t...