First, Break All The Rules

What the World's Greatest Managers Do Differently

  • Engels
  • 1e druk
  • 9781416502661
  • juni 2005
  • Paperback
  • 320 pagina's
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Marcus Buckingham

Donald O. Clifton (1924-2003) was president van Gallup, het Amerikaanse research & consulting bedrijf. Hij is de grondlegger van de Strengths Psychology en bedenker van de StrengthsFinder.


Great managers do not help people overcome their weaknesses. They do not believe that each person has unlimited potential. They do play favourites and they break the 'Golden Rule' book everyday. This amazing book explains why great managers break all the rules of conventional wisdom. The front-line manager is the key to attracting and retaining talented employees. No matter how generous its pay or how renowned its training, the company that lacks great, front-line managers will suffer. Great managers are the heroes of this book. Vivid examples show how, as they select, focus, motivate and develop people, great managers turn talent into performance. Finally, the authors have distilled the essence of good management practice into twelve simple questions that work to distinguish the strongest departments of a company from all the rest. This book is the first to present this essential measuring stick and to prove the link between employee opinions and productivity, profit, customer satisfaction, and the rate of turnover.


As the authors put it, a great deal of the value of a company lies between the ears of its employees. The key to success is growing that value by listening to and understanding what lies in their hearts -- Mssrs. Buckingham and Coffman have found a direct way to measure and make that critical connection. At Carlson Companies, their skills are helping us become the truly caring company that will succeed in the marketplace of the future. -Marilyn Carlson Nelson President and CEO, Carlson Companies The rational, measurement-based approach, for which Gallup has so long been famous, has increased the tangibility of our intangible assets, as well as our ability to manage them. First, Break All the Rules shows us how. -David P. Norton President, The Balanced Scorecard Collaborative, Inc.; coauthor of The Balanced Scorecard Within the last several years, systems and the Internet have assumed a preeminent role in management thinking, to the detriment of the role of people in the workplace. Buckingham and Coffman prove just how crucial good people -- and specifically great managers -- are to the success of any organization. - Bernie Marcus former Chairman and CEO, Home Depot Finally, something definitive about what makes for a great workplace. -Harriet Johnson Brackey Miami Herald First, Break All the Rules is nothing short of revolutionary in its concepts and ideas. It explains why so many traditional notions and practices are counterproductive in business today. Equally important, the book presents a simpler, truer model complete with specific actions that have allowed our organization to achieve significant improvements in productivity, employee engagement, customer satisfaction, and profit. -Kevin Cuthbert Vice President, Human Resources, Swissotel This is it! With compelling insight backed by powerful Gallup data, Buckingham and Coffman have built the unshakable foundation of effective management. For the first time, a clear pathway has been identified for creating engaged employees and high-performance work units. It has changed the way I approach developing managers. First, Break All the Rules is a critical resource for every front-line supervisor, middle manager, and institutional leader. -Michael W. Morrison Dean, University of Toyota This book challenges basic beliefs of great management with powerful evidence and a compelling argument. First, Break All the Rules is essential reading. -Bradbury H. Anderson President and COO, Best Buy Out of hundreds of books about improving organizational performance, here is one that is based on extensive empirical evidence and a book that focuses on specific actions managers can take to make their organizations better today! In a world in which managing people provides the differentiating advantage, First, Break All the Rules is a must-read. -Jeffrey Pfeffer, Stanford Business School Professor and author of The Human Equation: Building Profits by Putting People First



juni 2005
1e druk
24,4 x 15,9 x 3 cm
Aantal pagina's
320 pagina's


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Simon & Schuster



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