I enjoyed listening to the audio version, narrator had a Simon Sinek-like delivery. The book really challenged some of the things I do, and ideas I have stuck behind, creating new mindsets and hopefully new habits. Give this a listen, and then listen again, it's that good.
Maybe if I read this book physically I wouldn't have felt this way but by listening to it - I felt like the author was overly negative and dismissive. Some really good points but I ended up tuning out because the negativity was overwhelming.
el libro tiene muchos consejos que se conocen pero no se aplican porque no van con el modelo tradicional de empresa.
Lo Mejor: no ser un héroe, mantenlo simple y "the best is everywhere"
Yes. One to take notes, Two to memorize certain passages, and Three to get it Tattooed on my chest.
The honesty in which it was written. The truth of his words.
I will lecture everyone in the company that I work for about the subject matter of this book.
I cannot recommend this highly enough to anyone who runs a business or even just who is interested int he revolution in the workplace. The only ways are dying, a new way of working is coming into play. Basically you don't have to be horrible to people. You can get better results by being nice. So many good but very simple ideas here. Narration was a little robotic at times but other than that it is a great read!
Gwen and her husband Jamie are members of XENSHA, a Virginia-based worker cooperative, and share an Audible account.
"Rework" turns a lot of business assumptions upside down, calls out bad ideas for what they are, and lays down some simple ways to get more useful work done. For new business owners as well as managers in existing organizations, this book is likely to be a catalyst for transformation and bold action. Best of all, it's short and highly readable, written in plain language without the fluff.