The Rules of Management, Expanded Edition: A Definitive Code for Managerial Success (Anglais) Broché – 6 mai 2011
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The Rules of Management: They're surprisingly easy to learn and live by. Now, author Richard Templar has brought them all together in one place: the quick, irreverent The Rules of Management: A Definitive Code for Managerial Success. Templar covers everything from setting realistic targets to holding effective meetings; finding the right people to inspiring loyalty. Learn when and how to let your employees think they know more than you (even if they don't)--and recognize when they really do! Discover how to adapt your management style to each team member, create your own game plan for success, cope with stress, stay healthy, and take charge, as if you were born to manage! The first edition of The Rules of Management became a global phenomenon, topping bestseller charts around the word. This new, even better edition contains 10 brand-new rules to take you further, faster.
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The Rules of Management
107 bite-size, easy-to-use rules for becoming a more successful leader and manager from
You’re smart, talented, competent, responsible.
So...they made you a manager.
And suddenly, all that good stuff just isn’t good enough.
You need to know what the greatest managers know:
The Rules of Management.
Here they are, including10 brand-new rules to take you further, faster.
Templar covers everything from setting realistic targets to holding effective meetings and finding the right people to inspiring loyalty.
Learn when and how to let your people think they know more than you (even if they don’t)―and recognize when they really do!
Discover how to adapt your style to each team member; create your own private game plan for success; manage stress and stay healthy; and take charge, as if you were born to manage!
The Rules of Management.
They’re your blueprint for greatness and shortcut to the executive suite.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Mr. Templar's book is easy to read, very humorous, and divided into 107 short chapters in which a rule, i.e. an important principle, is fleshed out. Each chapter has a tag line - a phrase to implement or remember the rule by. The topics cover a wide range of issues, from conducting meetings to working with your boss. The author admits that much of the material isn't new or revelatory, just often overlooked in practice. This is an excellent book for the starting manager or to review the principles upon which you are operating. A short read that can be picked up at any point because of the short chapter organization, Mr. Templar has a very entertaining style and makes reading this book a pleasure.
Experience managers will tell you to read "The 48 Laws of Power" because often advice such as "always be honest" and "your job is to make your bosses job easier" isn't 'real' world. Some of the rules in this book fall into that category. Only time, experience and the particular work culture you're in will reveal which ones. Mr. Templar, at least from my work experience, sometimes offers advice that only works in the world as it should be, not as it is. Always being honest, working hard, loyalty, appreciation are all discussed under different rules but not nuanced for an unfair and sometimes downright dishonest world.
I recommend this book but suggest that for the real world you mix in some Machiavelli or Sun Tzu.
Much of the book will strike old managers as common sense. New managers will find this a gold mine of practical tips.
This book suited my situation at the time I needed some practical help. I can see myself referrig to it often.