Drawn from a series of deeply revealing conversations with coauthor Steve Jamison, The Score Takes Care of Itself offers Walsh's best leadership principles illustrated by anecdotes from his entire career. Additional insights and perspective are provided by his son Craig Walsh. The book will delight football fans and guide the vast business audience eager to learn how Bill Walsh motivated individuals and crafted winning teams.
©2009 Bill Walsh, Steve Jamison and Craig Walsh; (P)2009 Tantor
"A fascinating compendium of Walsh's philosophy.... Enlightening, informative and engaging, this powerful book is a must-[listen] for executives and managers at every level." (Publishers Weekly Starred Review)
Fantastic book for leaders who want to get the most out of their business or organization. Be ready to look in a very clear mirror of a leader's responsibilities and correcting those as much as the organization as a whole.
This well put together book captures the essence of Bill and his fantastic vision for both football and life. I have read a plethora of sports leadership books and this ranks at the top, right next to John Wooden.
ZEN. LDS. GTD. FTW.
I don't watch the NFL or any professional sports, and I don't know Bill Walsh from Moses, but the title of this audiobook resonated with me so I took a chance. I'm glad I did.
There is so much good stuff here. Lots of stories, mostly about football but metaphors for business and life as well.
Bill Walsh, the legendary coach of the San Francisco 49ers, reveals a mix of intelligence, toughness, humility and empathy in his anecdotes. He shares his successes but is also honest about his failings. It's really remarkable.
Having listened to this audiobook right to the end, I have a deep sense of respect for this man. If he was still alive I would want to thank him in person for the great insights he shared. But since I can't, I'll say it here: thanks Bill!
If you are looking for a book that will completely change your view on how to conduct your life this is it!
Good insight to what many consider, the greatest NFL coach. Practical thought on how to structure an organization and lead people. Some really good nuggets sprinkled throughout the story. The narrator was spot on, and made it sound as if it were Bill, himself.
The book starts out okay. One of the main points is that you can raise overall expectations when you do the little things well. There of course is merit to this premise and I respect the author and Bill Walsh's accomplishments. However, the book quickly becomes cliche, repetitive and filled with old school adages.
Great man and coach that expected the best out of himself and others in all aspects of life. (Surely examples to emulate) But saying that over and over again... you lost me.
This is great book on leadership, management, and coaching. The narration is good and the content is great. It is a good insight into the man. The book serves as a forum for Bill Walsh to teach his keys to success and the mistakes he had seen or done.
Report Inappropriate Content