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5.0 von 5 Sternen Stopping the Source of the Bureaucratic Stall, 21. Mai 2000
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Donald Mitchell "Jesus Loves You!" (Thanks for Providing My Reviews over 127,000 Helpful Votes Globally) - Alle meine Rezensionen ansehen
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Many people in an organization focus on managing the boss rather than doing their own job. What better way to manage the boss than to constantly seek her/his guidance on everything? Then, the boss can be flattered that you want his/her help, and will also take the blame if anything goes wrong. Insecure bosses like to be involved, so that fewer "errors" occur.
This wonderful book points out that no one can learn without making errors. Also, if you and your subordinate are doing the same job, one of you is superfluous. A common source of stalled thinking in this area is focusing on the fact that you, as manager, can do the job better and faster than you can teach the task or job to someone. What managers fail to realize is that someone closer to the source of the problem should be able to come up with a better solution. Also, the time taken to teach someone else to do the task is usually much less over a year or two than the time taken to help someone learn the task.
The key problem is that we all like to fall back on doing what we are comfortable with and are good at rather than new challenges where we are not so competent. Banish that feeling!
This book gives you lots of practical ideas for how to respond to efforts by your subordinates and colleagues to delegate their work and responsibility to you. You will learn how to see them coming and to keep the monkey where it belongs: with them.
If you find that you are pressed for time, this book is an important source of ideas to free up your life to have less stress while you and your organization both accomplish more.
Good luck with taking care of your monkey business! It's an important step toward developing an irresistible growth enterprise.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Opening Up Initiative Throughout the Organization!, 21. Juli 2007
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Donald Mitchell "Jesus Loves You!" (Thanks for Providing My Reviews over 127,000 Helpful Votes Globally) - Alle meine Rezensionen ansehen
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This book does a great job of helping people focus on their own work.

Many people in an organization focus on managing the boss rather than doing their own job. What better way to manage the boss than to constantly seek her/his guidance on everything? Then, the boss can be flattered that you want his/her help, and will also take the blame if anything goes wrong. Insecure bosses like to be involved, so that fewer "errors" occur.

This wonderful book points out that no one can learn without making errors. Also, if you and your subordinate are doing the same job, one of you is superfluous. A common source of stalled thinking in this area is focusing on the fact that you, as manager, can do the job better and faster than you can teach the task or job to someone. What managers fail to realize is that someone closer to the source of the problem should be able to come up with a better solution. Also, the time taken to teach someone else to do the task is usually much less over a year or two than the time taken to help someone learn the task.

The key problem is that we all like to fall back on doing what we are comfortable with and are good at rather than new challenges where we are not so competent. Banish that feeling!

This book gives you lots of practical ideas for how to respond to efforts by your subordinates and colleagues to delegate their work and responsibility to you. You will learn how to see them coming and to keep the monkey where it belongs: with them.

If you find that you are pressed for time, this book is an important source of ideas to free up your life to have less stress while you and your organization both accomplish more.

Good luck with taking care of your monkey business! It's an important step toward developing an irresistible growth enterprise.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Zeitloser klassiker, 15. Dezember 2012
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The One Minute Manager Meets the Monkey (Taschenbuch)
Werden Sie taeglich mit Aufgaben im Arbeitsleben bombadiert?
Gehen Sie aus Meetings immer mit einer langen Liste aus Todos raus?
Und haben Sie manchmal das Gefuehl, dass manche Aufgaben eigentlich besser von jemand anderem gemacht werden sollten?
Oder sind Sie selbst in erster Linie Aufgabenverteiler und haben manchmal das Gefuehl den Ueberblick ueber den Status zu verlieren bzw sind unsicher ob Sie immer den richtigen Kontrollpunkt setzen, um bei wichtigen Entscheidungen involviert zu sein?

Dann ist dieser zeitlose Klassiker genau richtig fuer Sie! In typisch amerikanischen Erzaehlstil gibt Ken Blanchard pragmatische Hinweise anhand von Beispielen, wie Sie nur die wirklich durch Sie zu erledigenden Aufgaben (monkeys) akzeptieren und delegierte Aufgaben unter Kontrolle halten. Natuerlich kann das alles nur Anregung sein und Regeln fuer jede Lebenslage kann man von einem so duennen Buch nicht erwarten.

Da diese Buch aber sicher Generationen von Fuerungskraeften dabei geholfen hat, sich auf die wichtigen Aufgaben zu fokussieren: 5 Sterne.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen GET YOUR ORGANIZATION OFF YOUR BACK, 6. April 1999
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In my role as advisor to CEOs, I find one of their major problems is taking on all of the decision-making in their companies. This is a waste of time for them and their organizations. Many of the CEOs know that they need to change in this area, but do not know what to do . "The One Minute Manager Meets the Monkey " is just the advice they need. By taking on too much, one person can become a worse stranglehold on an organization's progress than a whole bureaucracy is. For great advice on how to find your other bad habits as a manager or executive, and how to improve them to get more done in less time, and with less strain, you should read "The 2,000 Percent Solution". That book shows you how to overcome the 7 most common bad habits that executives and organizations have, and shows you a master process to being much more effective in your most important activities.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best idea ever on how to reverse "upward delegation!", 23. August 1998
Von Ein Kunde
I do leadership seminars for managers called "Survival Tactics for the 21st Century Jungle," and find that many of you are suffering from self inflicted wounds when it comes to taking on the "problems" of your team. Learn how to send those "help-me's" back to their rightful owner, increase productivity, and GET YOUR LIFE BACK with this wonderful hilarious book. (PS the tape is one of the best on the planet - very funny!)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Clear and practical advice, 29. September 2008
I read this book 15 years ago when I was a junior. I based delegation courses on it when I was a management trainer. I spread it around our whole company as a human resources director.

The book is enlightening and fun to read. It gives new managers a simple and systmatic approach how to solve excessive work loads by efficient, step by step delegation.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the greates book I have ever read, 28. Mai 1998
Von Ein Kunde
It will help you understand the different "monkeys" and the "owners" that many times we end taking care of...As a manager this book has open my eyes to see and be sure that every "monkey" stay with its "owner" and not in my back. It is a MUST READ BOOK.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A must-read for managers!, 9. Februar 1999
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The One Minute manager is my hero! He has done it again. The book is helping me overcome the "tyranny of the urgent" so that I can give my best energy to the most important things in life.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the best books I have read. And, reread, and reread., 10. Juli 1998
Von Ein Kunde
Not just for managers! Read this if you're managed. Read this if you're a parent. Easy-to-read, quick read. Get this book. I gave a copy to my pastor, and he bought copies for the elders.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Just to Sum it up.., 25. März 1999
Von Ein Kunde
The One Minute Manager's symbol- a one-minute readout from the face of a modern digital watch- is intended to remind each of us to take a minute out of our day to look into the faces of the people we manage. And to realize that they are our most important resources. The Monkey Manager's symbol- a harried manager overwhelmed by a deskful of problems- is intended to remind us to constantly discipline ourselves to invest our time on the most vital aspects of management rather than dilute our effectiveness by "doing more efficiently those things that shouldn't be done in the first place." What follows is a story about a harried manager who worked long, hard hours, yet never quite seemed to get caught up with all the work he had to do. He learned about monkey management and how not to take initiative away from his people so they can care for and feed their own "monkeys." In the process, he learned to be more effective in dealing with his own manager and the demands of his organization. The performance of his department drastically improved as did the prospects for his career. The authors hope is that you will use what you learn in this book to make a difference in your life and the lives of the people you interact with at work, and at home.
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