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HBR's 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself (with bonus article "How Will You Measure Your Life?" by Clayton M. Christensen) par [Drucker, Peter Ferdinand, Christensen, Clayton M., Goleman, Daniel]
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The path to your professional success starts with a critical look in the mirror.

If you read nothing else on managing yourself, read these 10 articles (plus the bonus article “How Will You Measure Your Life?” by Clayton M. Christensen). We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles to select the most important ones to help you maximize yourself.

HBR's 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself will inspire you to:

Stay engaged throughout your 50+-year work life
Tap into your deepest values
Solicit candid feedback
Replenish physical and mental energy
Balance work, home, community, and self
Spread positive energy throughout your organization
Rebound from tough times
Decrease distractibility and frenzy
Delegate and develop employees' initiative

This collection of best-selling articles includes: bonus article “How Will You Measure Your Life?” by Clayton M. Christensen, "Managing Oneself," "Management Time: Who's Got the Monkey?," "How Resilience Works," "Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time," "Overloadeded Circuits: Why Smart People Underperform," "Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life," "Reclaim Your Job," "Moments of Greatness: Entering the Fundamental State of Leadership," "What to Ask the Person in the Mirror," and "Primal Leadership: The Hidden Driver of Great Performance."

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 208 pages
  • Editeur : Harvard Business Review Press; Édition : 1 (3 janvier 2011)
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Les articles de la Harvard Business Review ont le mérite de présenter en quelques pages les idées clés d'auteurs qui éventuellement les détailleront dans des livres qui eux ne valent pas toujours le temps que requiert leur lecture. Cette sélection, reprenant les textes d'auteurs aussi prestigieux que Peter Drucker, Stephen Covey, Clayton Christiansen, Sumantra Goshal ou Robert Kaplan vaut d'être lue par tous ceux qui pensent qu'ils ont des marges de progrès dans leur façon de s'organiser et qui croient en la vertu de l'exemplarité.
Certains auteurs vous plairont d'autres moins. Mais vous êtes assurés de trouver, dans ces onze contributions, matière à ne pas regretter votre achat et peut-être à mieux vous connaître et à mieux vivre les tensions d'une vie professionnelle exigeante.
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Par Pierre le 26 novembre 2012
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Quelques bons articles sur son propre management puisque charité bien ordonnée commence par soin. Chaque section est résumée avec les points importants ce qui en facilite la lecture.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Know Yourself - Manage Yourself 20 décembre 2011
Par John Chancellor - Publié sur
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Thales was an ancient Greek philosopher and one of the group of philosophers known as the Seven Sages. When he was asked what was easy, he replied, "To give advice." And when asked what was difficult, he said, "To know thyself." I would add that even after you have a fairly good idea of who you are, actually managing yourself still requires quite a bit of effort. But if you are looking for a great resource to assist you in knowing yourself and then managing yourself, this is one of the best you will find.

It is so appropriate that the first chapter On Managing Yourself is written by Peter Drucker and the focus is on knowing yourself. "One cannot build performance on weaknesses, let alone on something one cannot do at all." You need to understand your strengths - what you are good at - and focus your efforts on improving your strengths.

"Do not try to change yourself - you are unlikely to succeed. But work to improve the way you perform. And try not to take on work you cannot perform or will only perform poorly."

The book contains ten chapters - a collection of articles written by world renown thought leaders - on what it takes to effectively manage yourself. Each chapter covers a different lesson or concept. In each chapter there is a summary of the concept, called "Idea in Brief" and a short summary of how to implement the idea, called "Idea in Practice." Both summaries are very helpful as refresher but should not be used in lieu of reading the entire chapter.

The ten chapters cover everything you need to know/do to effectively manage yourself. Chapter two deals with time management. Chapter three covers resilience and chapter four makes the distinction between managing time and managing energy. Most of the articles have some questions or self directed assessments for the reader to answer.

In addition to covering the specific topics, the articles in general give some profound insights into what it takes to be successful. One of the most powerful thoughts in the book was in Chapter 5 - Overloaded Circuits. "As a specialist in learning disabilities, I have found that the most dangerous disability is not any formally diagnosable condition like dyslexia or ADD. It is fear. Fear shifts us into survival mode and this prevents fluid learning and nuanced understanding."
The book contains many such insights. After reading this book you will have a much better appreciation of how to actually manage yourself. The better you manage yourself the better you function and fit into the world.

This book is not casual reading. If you are truly serious about becoming a better manager/leader/person then you absolutely need to learn how to better manage yourself. This book is a collection of great knowledge. But the benefits come from the implementation - read the book and then put the ideas into practice.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "The need for managing one's self is creating a revolution in human affairs." Peter Drucker (1999) 4 janvier 2011
Par Robert Morris - Publié sur
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This is one in a series of volumes that anthologize what the editors of the Harvard Business Review consider to be the "must reads" in a given business subject area, in this instance self-management. I have no quarrel with any of their selections, each of which is eminently deserving of inclusion. Were all of these article purchased separately as reprints, the total cost would be $60 and the value of any one of them exceeds that. Given the fact that Amazon now sells this one for only $15.14, that's quite a bargain. The same is true of volumes in other series such as "Harvard Business Review on...." and "Harvard Business Essentials." I also think there is great benefit derived from the convenience of having a variety of perspectives and insights available together in a single source.

Authors of several articles about self-management later developed their concepts in much greater depth. They include Stewart Friedman ("Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life" was followed by Total Leadership: Be a Better Leader, Have a Richer Life) and Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, and Annie McKee ("Primal Leadership: The Hidden Driver of Great Performance" was followed by Primal Leadership: Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence). "Management Time: Who's Got the Monkey"?" co-authored by William Oncken, Jr. and Donald L. Wass continues to be the second most popular HBR article ever published.

The first article, Peter Drucker's "Managing Yourself," serves as an excellent introduction to the other nine in which their authors also address issues that remain compelling relevant to those who now struggle to manage themselves effectively. For example, "How Resilience Works" (Diane L. Coutu), "Overloaded Circuits" (Edward M. Hallowell), and "What to Ask the Person in the Mirror" (Robert S. Kaplan). I also appreciate the editors' skillful use of two reader-friendly devices, "Idea in Brief" and "Idea in Practice," both of which facilitate, indeed expedite frequent review of key points later.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Bought because of the 5-star rating 3 juin 2013
Par Frank Y - Publié sur
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I was expecting a condensed 7-Habits or some nuggets of wisdom/shortcuts for being more effective at work/life. But several of the articles were commonsensical advice, for example (I paraphrase) "prioritize your work/family/friends", "don't neglect your physical/emotional energy", "live healthier and be more organized to combat attention deficiency".

Only three of the articles, including Christensen's, were personally entertaining and useful reads, out of the eleven total articles.

If you find your energy lacking at work, or you can't properly prioritize your work/personal life, then this should be helpful to you.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Among the most useful books I've ever read -- read it!! 14 janvier 2012
Par Doctor Craig - Publié sur
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Put simply, this may be the most valuable book I've ever read. In fact, reading it earlier might have saved me considerable "hard-knocks" lessons. I was actually sad when I got to the last page. There were so many times I said to my wife "check this out" when reading this book, she asked me just to get her a copy for herself (which I just did).

Read this book if you want to truly manage your life and career, rather than simply letting life happen to you. This summer, I'm starting a job as the dean of a major business school. I'm buying this book for all of my junior faculty and urging them to read it and take its advice to heart.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book, but digital version is terrible. 24 mai 2014
Par Mary M Cohen - Publié sur
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This book has many classic and insightful management articles; however the e-book is a mess. Quotes and stories clearly intended to supplement the articles are scattered randomly throughout the articles disrupting the flow of the articles and making them incomprehensible at times.
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