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Becoming a Technical Leader: An Organic Problem-Solving Approach (英語) ペーパーバック – 1986/9

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  • ペーパーバック: 304ページ
  • 出版社: Dorset House (1986/09)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0932633021
  • ISBN-13: 978-0932633026
  • 発売日: 1986/09
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Being a leader is not being a lead 2014/2/15
投稿者 Curtis Stuehrenberg - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
Ironically, this book is not for everyone. That is an ironic statement to me because this book should be for everyone. The insights, anecdotes, and especially exercises at the end of each chapter are incredibly thought provoking and perfectly in alignment with the author's general thesis that there is no one way to lead. Based on my decades of experience working in technical fields, I'm pretty sure this thesis will be lost on the people who would benefit the most from it. So if you are one of those people who for some reason either want to become a technical leader or who have found themselves suddenly thrust into a leadership position and want to find a book with detailed "industry best practices" on how to be a leader ... don't bother with this book. A quick Google search will more than likely lead you to several dozen books on "practices of highly effective leaders" or "seven steps to leading people effectively."

For the rest of us, the author has laid out a good starting point to being the long process of learning how to be a leader in a technical field. The book is nothing more than a summary of 40 years of experience and learning boiled into a series of anecdotes, parables, and examples meant to highlight different methods of learning and leading. The reader is then challenged to do some exercises after each chapter.

DO NOT SKIP THE EXERCISES!!!!

I made the mistake of ignoring these small challenges and working items on my first read-through. I now know I missed a large part of this work's value by doing so. This is not the usual technical work where the exercises at the end are optional or feel tacked on because that's the format some publishing companies expect. These are working items culled from multiple seminars, classes, and workshops on leadership and consulting. You've just spent $10 on a long-term workshop and really ought to treat it as such.

So to sum up ... move on if you're looking for a quick fix formula to become a lead or manger. Purchase this book if you want to spend the time and effort it will take to become better at your work (and life) since we all need to lead sometimes.
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5つ星のうち 2.0 Low signal-to-noise 2015/12/27
投稿者 Phil Calçado - (Amazon.com)
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The author of the Foreword says what they'd change about this book is that it's somehow too long and too short at the same time. I agree. There are many interesting discussions and practical pieces of advice across the book, but to find them you have to read through pages and pages of quasi-related anecdotes and general rambling.
5つ星のうち 3.0 Pretty good 2016/5/10
投稿者 Robert Hafernik - (Amazon.com)
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While this book is quite good on its own merits, I found much of it to be similar to others of the genre. If you've read a lot about leadership, I doubt there will be surprises here. If not, this book is a good introduction.
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5つ星のうち 2.0 Good but ... 2016/4/16
投稿者 Ashraf Bashir - (Amazon.com)
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In general, this is a good book, but I didn't like the way it is organized. The author has a lot of knowledge and experience, but he would never give you the answer that you are waiting for. When you read this book you will notice that it contains lot of real life discussions, and after the discussions, the author will not give you the point behind the discussions, he will leave it up to you to learn from the situation mentioned, which something I don't like; that's why you may find full chapters full of discussions with some friends or a situation the author passed by. I don't think a book should be organized this way, because after some chapters you will get totally bored and you will feel like reading a novel (unless you love novels!). Also the book is not related to being a technical leader at all, in fact what he mentioned is related to any type of leadership; that means it is mis-named. I didn't like also the order of chapters! Ideas are scrambled everywhere and it is up to you as a reader to find useful idea in hundreds of pages and stories. Still it is a good resource.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 excellent primer for individual contributors moving into management 2013/11/24
投稿者 Brian D Bozzuto - (Amazon.com)
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All of Jerry's books are excellent, but I find his view of a problem solving leader very compelling. It serves as a useful model for people moving from a technical background as strong individual contributors into management. I only wish I read it earlier in my career!
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