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by M.D. Johnson Spencer,Ken Blanchard

eBook One Minute Manager NR ed download ISBN: 0060085797
Author: M.D. Johnson Spencer,Ken Blanchard
Publisher: William Morrow; 1st Edition edition (October 25, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 111
ePub: 1885 kb
Fb2: 1741 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Work and Money
Subcategory: Business Culture

Ken Blanchard (Author), Spencer Johnson . Author) Leadership and the One Minute Manager Updated Ed: Increasing Effectiveness Through Situational Leadership II. Ken Blanchard.

Ken Blanchard (Author), Spencer Johnson . Based on the original book The One Minute Manager that helped millions of people around the world in organizations large and small, The New One Minute Manager is a concise, easily read story that reveals three very practical secrets: One Minute Goals, One Minute Praisings, and One Minute Re-Directs, the new third secret. Leadership and the One Minute Manager Updated Ed: Increasing Effectiveness Through Situational Leadership II.

is one of the world’s most respected thinkers and beloved authors. His eleven international bestselling books include the titles Who Moved My Cheese?® An A-Mazing Way to Deal with Change, the most widely read book on change, and The One Minute Manager®, the world’s most popular management method for over two decades, coauthored with Kenneth Blanchard.

Kenneth Blanchard & Spenser Johnson – THE ONE MINUTE MANAGER. Books by Kenneth H. Blanchard, P. Not since Up the Organization have I read such a straightforward, innovative book as The One Minute Manager. MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR: UTILIZING HUMAN RESOURCES (with Paul Hersey). ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE THROUGH EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP (with Robert H. Guest and Paul Hersey). Should be command reading for every restauranteur and hotelier in the country. DONALD I. SMITH, Director, School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management, College of Business, Michigan State University.

After all these years, the advice of Kenneth Blanchard and Spencer Johnson rings true as does the endorsement of C-level persons.

At first, the notion might seem absurd or a stretch, but the book is not a gimmick. The authors are a P. After all these years, the advice of Kenneth Blanchard and Spencer Johnson rings true as does the endorsement of C-level persons from firms like Chevron and Jack In The Box. Perhaps like the reader, the book's narrator is a somewhat incredulous and curious person who is justly sceptical about the concept.

Spencer Johnson is an internationally bestselling author whose books help millions of people discover simple truths .

Spencer Johnson is an internationally bestselling author whose books help millions of people discover simple truths they can use to have healthier lives with more success and less stress. His many bestsellers include The One Minute Manager (with Ken Blanchard), The One Minute Sales Person, Yes or No and Who Moved My Cheese?.

Ken Blanchard is business consultant, speaker and bestselling author, as well as the Chief Spiritual Officer of The Ken Blanchard Companies, who have coached multinational giants from Shell to Merck

Ken Blanchard is business consultant, speaker and bestselling author, as well as the Chief Spiritual Officer of The Ken Blanchard Companies, who have coached multinational giants from Shell to Merck. Spencer Johnson, MD, is the author of New York Times chart-topper Who Moved My Cheese? and a former Leadership Fellow at the Harvard Business School.

The One Minute Manager is a short book by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson. The brief volume tells a story, recounting three techniques and of an effective manager: one-minute goals, one-minute praisings and one-minute reprimands. Each of these takes only a minute but is purportedly of lasting benefit. It was followed by a sequel, Leadership and the One Minute Manager, by Ken Blanchard, Patricia Zigarmi and Drea Zigarmi, which laid out Blanchard's Situational Leadership II concept.

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To find out more you will have to read the One Minute Manager book by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson but I am sure that you will be glad that you did. 3. Related documents. Keith McDermott brilliant red consulting. The One Minute Manager. 1 Minute Manager Summary pdf.

For over ten years, thousands of top managers and Fortune 500 companies nationwide have followed this book's techniques, thereby increasing productivity, job satisfaction, and personal prosperity. These very real results were achieved through learning management techniques that spell profitability for the organization and its employees - which is why many people hail it as the answer to Japan's Theory Z. The One Minute Manager is a concise, easily read story demonstrating three very practical management techniques. The story unfolds to reveal several studies in medicine and the behavioral sciences that explain clearly why these apparently simple methods work so well with so many people. By the book's end you will know how to apply them to your own situation. That's why One Minute Manager has become one of America's best-selling management books and a national sensation, featured in People magazine, and on the Today Show, The Merv Griffin Show, and other network television programs.
Comments: (7)
Rocky Basilisk
One minute on the clock and go! This book had interesting points as well as surprisingly brash and blunt points (e.g. the "One Minute Manager" getting upset and warning the man who came to question him not to make him repeat himself). The "One Minute Manager" claims to like people and results. The latter part is understood. However, does he really like people? It seems his personality is similar to most other managers (i.e. condescending, haughty, curt, speciously polite, etc.). Although the "One Minute Manager" needs to work on his people skills, if you peel back his (onion) layers, he seems to authentically want both his business and his people to succeed. Oh no, my minute's up. There's the door. Take care now. ;-)
My prof for Video Game Production had this short book as required reading for the class. I really enjoyed reading this and will encourage anyone that ever has to lead a group of people to read it too. The book is told as a simple story and as you progress you are taught the principles of the One Minute Manager. As I'm reading this I'm thinking "Wow, that seems like it should just be common knowledge", but it isn't.

While you or I may have thought of it, or part of it at some point, it's nice to have a quick book lay it all out for you to digest and internalize as a whole philosophy for managing any group of people.

Unfortunately the majority of people that move up to the title of manager have little to no training ... managing people. My personal experience is that anyone without management training decides that managing = "cracking the whip" and then doesn't understand when he not only doesn't get the results he expected but that his entire team wishes he would die in a fire.

This book should be required reading for anyone promoted to manager.
This is a simple, though not simplistic, management book which can be read in one sitting and the message is easily understood. The principle is that by setting clear goals, praising people when you catch them doing something right (this is by far the most important takeaway from the book) and promptly reprimanding them, in an objective, matter of fact way, whenever they veer off the right path, you become an effective and efficient manager while setting people on the right path to managing themselves and eventually managing others. Though no credit is given to others for these ideas, it's clear that they are founded on the principles of positive reinforcement that come from behavioral psychology and had previously proved efficacy in fields ranging from animal training, therapy for people with disabilities (i.e. applied behavioral analysis used for autism) and various forms of mental illness, and can definitely help regular people achieve even higher levels of performance.

The book is almost 30 years old and, because it's more principle centered rather than practical, I would say it has stood the test of time quite well. Given today's complex work environment, where often times responsibilities are difuse and not clearly defined, things like "one minute" goal settings should be taken in a more aspirational than in a literal way, and as long as you see it that way you can get much value out of this book. In fact many performance management systems today are already based on these ideas, so it's useful to understand them.
My all professional friend. I read with every new and along through the tenure.
I have given as a gift to new comers. I think it's sage advice.
I work for a major retail store, and am also climbing the ranks there. My store manager recommended that I read this book, because it was helpful to him when dealing with people. When the book arrived, I thought I'd start reading it before bed. Not the case. I layed down for bed and read the whole book, cover to cover. I didn't know it was going to be in "story" form - which was kind of cheesy - it almost turned into the Wizard of Oz at one point. I was expecting a non-fiction book. But I must say, it was semi-helpful. I use the "One minute reprimands" and "One minute appraisal" techniques alot now, and have been complimented by other managers who overhear them, which makes me think reading this book was not a mistake!
The great thing about Ken Blanchard's "One Minute Manager" is you can read it in about an hour (not a minute, as my co-worker joked). It's a tiny book that you can power through in no time, but the concepts in these limited pages are important and thought-provoking.

"One Minute Manager" emphasizes the importance of asking the right questions, holding your staff to a high standard, holding them accountable (and yourself), and offering praise when it's appropriate. Like most leadership books, Blanchard's philosophy is pretty straightforward and touches on many of the same concepts other books espouse.

You just can't beat the super fast read and the super easy to reference layout.

A must-have for your leadership library.
This book will only take you about an hour or two to read; and those just may be some of the best two hours spent. Blanchard outlines a simple method to help you achieve your goals while modifying and reinforcing the behaviors of others. The perspective is told clearly demonstrates the effectiveness of the One Minute Method.

If you buy this book you will not be disappointed. I initially purchased this book as required reading for one of my classes and I couldn't be happier that I was introduced.

This is a great gift item for those who are into self-help books or business professionals. Enjoy!
Instructing and managing three departments has been known to be time consuming if not draining. K. Blanchard offers simple and easily attainable methods in improving performance while making those you lead feel even better about themselves. Happy people who feel good about their work and achievements want to achieve even more. It feels good not to dread reprimands. It feels great to have an easily execution-able action plan. It feels wonderful having structured positive encounters that create time in the day.