"it is filled with useful insights into personal growth as a professional." -- Journal of Systems Management
The book is easy to read, and full of conversational, accessible stories that clearly illustrate the important material.
This is highly recommended reading for technical folks in leadership positions, or those who are looking to become technical leaders.
Mr. Weinberg's pleasant writing style makes this book that is packed with valuable advice nonetheless very easy and enjoyable to read.
No shortage of concepts and some practical advice on using them. The observations and cases are worth the read as well.Published 1 month ago by Kevin M. Fries
There are currently pretty much good books concerning transition to tech/team lead positions, which cover pretty well the process side of things. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Serhiy Yevtushenko
One of the best technical leadership book I have ever read. Very crisp and precise to practical challenges and behaviors a technical guy goes through in his/her career..Published 2 months ago by Sai
I it's a great book. topics are about management and tech leadership, As another comment states, this book states clear that anyone can lead, regardless of their official role.Published 9 months ago by Eleazar Fuentes
Ironically, this book is not for everyone. That is an ironic statement to me because this book should be for everyone. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Curtis Stuehrenberg
I've found this book particularly useful in order to formally start a path that I want to follow and reject others. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Lots of food for thought although a bit common sense in areas. All in all worth the read if you are a technical manager or going into technical managementPublished 15 months ago by Anthem
All of Jerry's books are excellent, but I find his view of a problem solving leader very compelling. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Brian D Bozzuto