Are you an Architect? Scrum master? Team Leader? Project Manager? Either way, you will find that leadership, done right, is a very tough job. This audiobook deals with the hard parts. Not with tools, but with people.
Here is the manifesto that drives this audiobook: For us as team leaders, the goal and the way we measure our work is the overall growth in skills of self-organization and self-maintenance in each member of our team and the team as a whole.
To that end:
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A good read, but not very inspirational.
I think it's rather old-style leadership notes. That might be all good, but not very new.
Short and to the point. book is pretty much split into 2 main parts with the main text first and stories from others later. Some of the stories at end aren't great. Overall it's not bad though. Worth 4 hours of your time. Few good takeaways I thought.
I enjoy picnics in the park and long walks along the beach. I really enjoy kicking butt and taking names.
Listen to this if you are currently, or in the future hope to, work with creative individuals building solutions.
I didn't get any useful information out of this book. There were many vague lofty ideas about managing people with no clear direction on how to implement. The few specific techniques mentioned, I would never use as they seemed very insensitive.
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