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Misleading Title...For the Real Deal, Look Elsewhere! 9 janvier 2001
Par biz_buzz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
What a misleading title! This book should have been entitled 'Chicken Soup for the Worker.' It is that genre of books that this one should be compared to, not any book that REALLY provides genuine advice to "take initiative at work" (see some "real deal" suggestions below).
As others have already pointed out, this book consists of anecdotes about people making a difference at work...and that's really it. Some shreds of 'advice' are included, almost seemingly as an afterthought. Save yourself some money and read these kinds of cutesy anecdotes in any number of magazines.
A review of 2 or 3 stars may be defendable but the misleading title annoys me to the point where I took stars away because of it. Not impressed.
For the real deal; for books that REALLY advise you on "Ways to Take Initiative at Work" as well as your career, check out Tom Peters' "The Brand You 50" and Jeffrey Fox's "How to Become CEO." Good luck!
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
More initative after taking initiatives 31 janvier 2000
Par Doris Liang - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is useful in "initiating" the reader to build up his/her initiatives. I have made use of some of the suggested ways and cases to review my career again, and doing my mid-year apprasial! The book will be more easy to read if less examples are listed and more emphasis put on the suggestions.
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Disappointing 31 décembre 2000
Par Pelke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book should be renamed "1001 Stories About People Who Took Initiative at Work". There was very little actual advice to guide the reader on how to take initiative at work. Almost the entire book was composed of short anecdotes about others who did something special on the job. I found these stories to be somewhat interesting for the first 50 pages or so, but tired of them quickly. If you're looking for inspiration on how to increase your performance at work, I'd recommend looking elsewhere.
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20 Ways and 981 Anecdotes 14 février 2001
Par "fleajuice" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Author Nelson went to the Internet for a big portion of this book, and I've found that quotes people from the web ("A truly great worker does such and such" --netblabbymom) undermine the credibility of a business how-to book. I want EXPERT advice and ideas, not pithy sayings from the slacker in the cubicle down the hall.
Some of the stories *are* inspiring, but they aren't organized in such a manner that a reader can quickly assess what they address. I don't want to read through 15 anecdotes of how line workers in Wisconsin performed acts normally assigned to management to get the bolts to Michigan overnight-- not when I'm trying to figure out how to break the "we don't do it that way" cycle in my nonprofit association.
If you're pressed for time, leave this one on the shelf.
******As a side note-- "Top 10" reviewer Robert Morris gave this a five-star rating. I noticed that only one out of his last 40 reviews received under five stars-- it got four.********
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Spread The Message 28 décembre 1999
Par George Tutt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I am constantly on the lookout for ways to keep my employees (frontline personnel) focused on bringing value to the corporation and to their jobs. I like the fact that this book presents the ideas and concepts of initiative and then gives concrete examples of them put into practice. I have purchased 50 of these books to share with the 50 frontline personnel that I have responsibility for - this includes line workers and entry level supervisors. I am confident it will help keep us on the road to improvement and higher profits.
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