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A lot of things are absolutely understandable, but in my opinion it requires a lot, e.g * Very good specialist knowledge of employees and managers, * Tasks with procedural flexibility, * Business goals that can be achieved even with multiple failures and learning curves. Therefore a bit too idealistic and striking for me.
I’d recommend this to an avid reader willing to take the time to weave around simple and useful points. The examples are okay but as the book goes on, it deviates from examples in the workplace to examples of the greatest leaders in the world. While great, that’s overdone and doesn’t seem practical for workplace application.
Nothing revolutionary, nine chapters of which some show an interesting approach to certain topics while others state the obvious. Probably it should have been 5 lies about work, not 9 as it feels like some topics were a struggle to turn them into whole chapters