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The On-Time, On-Target Manager: How a
     

The On-Time, On-Target Manager: How a "Last-Minute Manager" Conquered Procrastination

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by Ken Blanchard, Steve Gottry
 

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Ken Blanchard's phenomenal bestsellers, such as The One Minute Manager and Raving Fans, have made him a globally recognized business legend. Millions look to Blanchard for innovative approaches to management, leadership, customer service, and much more. Now, he has joined with noted business author Steve Gottry to explore one of the most common

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On-Time, On-Target Manager 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Blanchard and his co-writers present the business world as short stories. A nice approach as far the often clinical business books. Unfortunately, several, and especially The On-Time, On-Target Manager, just are not realistic. In this tale, ahrried, over worked manager finds himself on probabtion for performance issues. Lucky Manager, the firm has ahired a new CEO. Not the CEO we usually expect in a company, but a Chief Efficiency Officer. The Chief Efficiency Officer is to guide the manager, and other employees, to efficiency with cutesy homework assignments that will instruct them to put family first, the company second and to ignore all those little tasks that roll in each day. Seriously, at least in my neck of the woods, such a thing will nto happen. Instead of feeling empowered, the book leaves me feeling more beat up and disappointed.
bgj More than 1 year ago
While reading the first few chapters I was very uncomfortable as I clearly saw myself in the character "Bob". The folowing chapters were very enlighting and useful as a guide to "pull myself together" and be more effective and gain peace of mind in my personal and professional life. I found that these steps are not complicated, but very simple. As a manager, I get to "walk the talk" as well as teach the principles. I am very encouraged and excited about the results. I highly recommend this book for your personal life and professional life. It will asist in "getting a life"! I intend to share it with my co-workers.
Timur37 More than 1 year ago
I have read "The One Minute Manager" and found it very use full and have the same opinion of this book as well. It is a easy and insightful read.
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