Posts Tagged: management

The One Minute Manager | Notes & Review

Kenneth Blanchard & Spencer Johnson. The One Minute Manager. Berkeley Books, 1982. (111 pages) “In this brief story, we present you with a great deal of what we have learned from our studies in medicine and in the behavioral sciences

The One Minute Manager | Notes & Review

Kenneth Blanchard & Spencer Johnson. The One Minute Manager. Berkeley Books, 1982. (111 pages) “In this brief story, we present you with a great deal of what we have learned from our studies in medicine and in the behavioral sciences

Managing the Nonprofit Organization | Notes & Review

Peter Drucker. Managing the Nonprofit Organization: Principles and Practices. HarperCollins, 1990. (235 pages) The ‘non-profit’ institution neither supplies goods or services nor controls. Its ‘product’ is neither a pair of shoes nor an effective regulation. Its product is a changed

Managing the Nonprofit Organization | Notes & Review

Peter Drucker. Managing the Nonprofit Organization: Principles and Practices. HarperCollins, 1990. (235 pages) The ‘non-profit’ institution neither supplies goods or services nor controls. Its ‘product’ is neither a pair of shoes nor an effective regulation. Its product is a changed

Good To Great | Notes & Review

After Wendy Kopp’s session, I decided to post my review of Collins’ two works that have been influential in my thinking, leadership, and management. Collins, Jim. Good To Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap, and Others Don’t. Collins, 2001

Good To Great | Notes & Review

After Wendy Kopp’s session, I decided to post my review of Collins’ two works that have been influential in my thinking, leadership, and management. Collins, Jim. Good To Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap, and Others Don’t. Collins, 2001

Patrick Lencioni (POV) – Moral Authority

I subscribe to Patrick Lencioni’s POV (Point of View). As a leader/manager who is continually striving to “lead up” well (as others have written, cf. Maxwell’s 360 Degree Leader), this new twist was helpful. Especially in light of an employee

Patrick Lencioni (POV) – Moral Authority

I subscribe to Patrick Lencioni’s POV (Point of View). As a leader/manager who is continually striving to “lead up” well (as others have written, cf. Maxwell’s 360 Degree Leader), this new twist was helpful. Especially in light of an employee