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The Effective Executive (Harper Business Essentials) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – September 2002

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Peter Drucker begins this book by pointing out that there is no science of how to improve executive effectiveness, nor any naturally-occurring effective executives. The redeeming point of this problem is that he argues that executive effectiveness can be learned.
The principles begin with a focus on time management. We can get greater quantities of every other resource we need, except time. Drucker reports that executives spend their time much differently than they think they do and much differently than they would like to. His solution is to begin by measuring how you spend your time, and compare it with an ideal allocation. Than begin to systematically get rid of the unimportant in favor of the important. His suggestions include stopping some things, delegation, creating policy decisions to replace ad hoc decisions, staying out of things that others should do, and so forth. Any student of time management will recognize the list he suggests. One of the best points is to give yourself large blocks of uninterrupted time to do more significant tasks. He also cautions us not to cut down on time spent with other people. If an hour is required, don't try to do it in 15 minutes.
Next, Drucker argues that we should focus on what will make a difference rather than unimportant questions. Otherwise, we will fill our time with motion rather than proceeding towards results.
Beyond that, he points out that we have to build on our own strengths and those of the people in our organization. That is how we can outperform the competition and accomplish much more.
We also need to be systems thinkers, getting to the core of the issue first. If we are weak on new products, we need to work on the new product development process before fine-tuning our marketing.
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This is a good and clearly written book. One section that fascinated me was about being efficient with time-management. Drucker sites FDR's aide Harry Hopkins as being so sick during WW II, that he literally could only work a few hours every OTHER day. But that he got MORE work done than anyone in wartime Washington. Because he was efficient. Winston Churchill called him, "Lord Heart of the Matter." I know workaholics who emotionally deprive their families, but take a martyr-like pleasure in their workaholism. And, yes, sometimes they are very accomplished. But I also have a friend in the South of France who is filthy rich, and lives on a huge estate, and made all his immense wealth on his own. And he still works full time. And he rarely works more than a six hour day! And sometimes much less than that! After reading this book, I realized he is just very efficient. Another good book is Robert Ringer's MILLION DOLLAR HABITS. He relates how he used to be frustrated to see so many people work fewer hours than he, but make a lot more money. Then he read a study that showed the most successful people are not workaholics: they are efficient. THE EFFECTIVE EXECUTIVE lets you learn new and helpful habits.
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Peter Drucker: The Effective Executive published 1985 - re-visited in 2015, December 3, 2015

This review is from: The Effective Executive: The Definitive Guide to Getting the Right Things Done (Harperbusiness Essentials) (Paperback)
In this relatively small book – 178 pages – Peter Drucker describes the profile of “The Effective Executives”.

All quotes are original Drucker, my comments are marked MC.

With the amazon Look inside function you find the overview of the contents.

When Peter Drucker wrote his book he was 76 years old and he had more than 40 years of experience as a consultant, insiders know his global reputation.

In my mind when carefully read and reflected each page in this book is providing important information. If "speedy Gonzales" readers are looking for cook book like recipes and google for an article about this topic they will be surprised that the first 10-20 recommendations are all extracts of this book quoting Peter Drucker as a reference – today!

Reading the cook book version the fast readers will not get very far, therefore I recommend digesting this book.

Here are some Highlights to stimulate reading the whole book:

Chapter 1:
Effectiveness can be learned – MC: it must be learned and developed, a never ending story.

Who is an Executive? Every knowledge worker in modern organization is an “executive” if, by virtue of his position or knowledge, he is responsible for a contribution that materially affects the capacity of the organization to perform and to obtain results. …Most managers are executives – though not all. But many nonmanagers are also becoming executives in modern society.
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I were totally shocked when I first read this book(I borrowed it from the public library but now I want to have my own copy).It just tell the feeling inside the bottom of my heart of how to be an effective executive in the knowledge-based society.'To get the right thing done'is a simple jargon but it is also the real essence of being effective in every aspect.I highly recommend this book to all my friends who really want to achieve something in their career.
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