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The whole book can be summarized in 50 written pages. The author repeats himself again and again, sometime it looks ridiculous as if the goal is just filling up pages... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Mr. B
I like to read this book. It has fresh ideas and new approaches to old problems. Pink writes very well, with simplicity and style. I recommend it to those who lead teamsPublished 5 days ago by Alejandro
Really breaks down what motivates us and challenges long held notions on motivating those in your organizations. Highly recommended to all leaders.Published 5 days ago by Kindle Customer
A decent read and interesting thoughts on a subject that fascinates and intrigues me, motivation. The idea that motivation is intrinsic in all of us is food for thought, but I... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a wonderfully accessible book for leaders who want to establish creative, innovative 21st century organizations and a workforce that can drive it.Published 8 days ago by Karl W. Reid
Prior to reading this book I was already trying to lead my life in a Type I manner when it came to my children. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great for managers and organization leaders to consider how we move beyond typical extrinsic motivation. If you like books like Outliers and Blink, Drive is a great next read.Published 17 days ago by Ben Schwartz
Not as much of a "self-help"-book as I first thaught, which is a good thing.
Very much worth reading.