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Like many others, Peopleware (please read it) was my first book from Tom.
During this slack time is when some of our best thinking happens - it could be while you're at your desk, on the road, or like many of us, laying in bed at 2am.
I highly recommend this book especially to people who manage "knowledge workers."
Best management book I've ever read for managing teams of knowledge workers. Very down to earth advice, and Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Hale
Theory of Constraints, but for people and people managers.Published 1 month ago by Anthony Mastrean
Definitely worth reading for anyone seeking to change the culture of an organization of people who use their brains to work.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This was on a "what's our CEO reading" list from several years ago. I don't think many of the principles from the book made it into our work environment/culture... Read morePublished 2 months ago by M. Deibler
Really liked this little book. Great read even if some of the examples feels like they are outdated and at times a bit too American. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Magnus Siverbrant
I thought I knew what slack was before reading this, but apparently I had more to learn. Learn why...
- Slack enables quality.
- Delegating is giving up control. Read more
This book is so true and remains relevant. What is happening in the business world today is nothing new. Yet we let it happen..Published 13 months ago by Tobias Holmqvist
A lot of good tips and things to think about with relation to how your org approaches scheduling, prioritization, and risk management. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jim Wilson