Summary of High Output Management by Andrew S. Grove| Includes Analysis
First published in 1983, High Output Management by Andrew Grove is a management guide based on Grove's 15 years of managerial experience and knowledge as a cofounder, president, and chief executive of Intel. As Grove emphasizes in a new introduction to the book, globalization and the information revolution have dramatically changed the workforce, making people ever more replaceable and the market ever more competitive. Companies must adapt to these changes or face their own irrelevance and extinction. The same holds true for workers and managers. Managers, especially middle managers, are often overlooked in business books and forgotten in organizations, yet they are immensely important not only to businesses but to society more broadly. In order to survive and to thrive in their careers, managers must constantly enhance their value by learning and adapting to a changing, often unpredictable business environment....
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This book gives you the simplistic outtakes from each chapter without any context or specifics to make it useful. Needs a deeper dive to make for actionable takeaways
"Far too high level to be useful to me"
This is my first instaread book but this felt more useful for high school quiz prep than for business learning/application (the real book isn't on audible). I probably won't buy another...
"Not the real book. 30 minutes long. Not worth it."
I know I should have read the description more carefully, but the"unabridged" tag is misleading. It is an "unabridged" reading of a 30 min summary of the book, so the book in question is abridged. Wish I had my credit back.
It's a summary of the of content, not the substance behind the content. I realize it's an extremely unabridged version, but it was pretty much useless. Paraphrasing, "Andy uses charts and diagrams throughout the book to make his points."
Make it longer and add some meat.
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