Overall, the book is engaging, thought-provoking, and well presented.
When I first saw heard about the book, Management Rewired: Why Feedback Doesn't Work and Other Surprising Lessons from the Latest Brain Science, I got excited.
Charlie Jacobs has researched and written a terrific book that makes cognitive neuroscience accessible to non-scientists.
This book was amazing! I've read it twice. I always read great books for a second time a few years after the first reading; it was just a great the second time! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
The book provided a good connection between:
1. The idea of everyone having a different mental model of the world and the need to try and understand others mental models... Read more
A refreshing look at an alternative to the current management techniques employed by most organizations especially those that are publically held. Read morePublished 19 months ago by James E. King
Very well written,an "easy," yet profound read, Management Rewired makes the compelling argument that current business practices are, more frequently than not,at odds with all that... Read morePublished on September 12, 2012 by SR
This book applies neuroscience research to the field of management.
The trend in business has been toward making data-driven decisions, but Charles Jacobs explains why... Read more
WOW, a welcome and great new look or perspective to solve an old and vexing problem that everyone can understand and implement.Published on January 10, 2012 by thomas f. costello
I was disappointed in Management Rewired, while the Charles Jacobs offered a very good explanation of "The Prisoner dilemma" he added no great insights to the situation. Mr. Read morePublished on January 1, 2012 by RD
Don't let the hype over brain science fool you. These pages are an expansion of a 360-degree feedback trainer's manual explaining the common responses people use to negate feedback... Read morePublished on October 12, 2010 by James A. Penny
Very good book. Easy to apply, but some of the concepts do trick your mind. Liked very much how complete is the research made by Charles Jacobs to write the book, as seen in the... Read morePublished on September 18, 2010 by AndyRacer20