I found this book to be a very interesting look into how the many are smarter than the few. The author presents a large amount of material with a crisp pen and brief writing style.
This work distills the research of many scientists and authors into a very readable text that explains some of the social phenomenae we experience every day.
This is a book that I wanted tell people about.
I have been through various leadership schools in the military and private sector but nobody ever talked about the need of leading your leaders. This book provides anecdotal accounts of figures in political and military history whose ability to lead up determined the fates of countless others. This book is a broad brush view into the area of how leaders can effectively manage the ones they are tasked with following. I think this is a good read for anyone in management or with a desire to get there.
As a new manager with aspirations of upward mobility, I found this book to be both enlightening and encouraging. I am a realist at heart and this book points out the areas that I should be looking at to ensure my business succeeds over the long term. I think its a good read.
Report Inappropriate Content