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The Effective Executive: Effektivita?t und Handlungsfa?higkeit in der Fu?hrungsrolle gewinnen
The Effective Executive: Effektivita?t und Handlungsfa?higkeit in der Fu?hrungsrolle gewinnen
The Effective Executive: Effektivita?t und Handlungsfa?higkeit in der Fu?hrungsrolle gewinnen
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The Effective Executive: Effektivita?t und Handlungsfa?higkeit in der Fu?hrungsrolle gewinnen

Geschrieben von Peter F. Drucker

Erzählt von Dominic Kolb

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Über dieses Hörbuch

Das unverzichtbare Handbuch für den Manager.
Viele Managementbücher handeln davon, andere zu führen. Thema dieses Hörbuches ist dagegen die Frage, wie man sich selbst führen kann, um wirksamer und zielgerichteter zu arbeiten.
"The Effective Executive" gehört zu den wichtigsten Werken von Peter F. Drucker, dem "Vater des modernen Managements".
In gewisser Weise ist es sogar das wichtigste der mehr als 40 Bücher, die er in seinem Leben schrieb. Denn dieses Buch enthält die auch heute noch gültigen Antworten auf die Fragen:
- Wie werde ich effektiv?
- Was muss ich wissen und tun, um in einer Organisation Ergebnisse zu erzielen und damit erfolgreich zu sein?
Effektivitätsmängel sind die häufigste Ursache für das Scheitern von Führungskräften und auch für die so weit verbreitete Umsetzungsschwäche von Organisationen. Die Fähigkeit effektiv und effizient zu sein ist für praktisch jedermann nötig, damit er oder sie in einer Organisation überhaupt angestellt werden kann.
Um effektiv zu sein, reichen Intelligenz, Fleiß und Wissen allein nicht aus. Effektivität ist eine andere, eine eigene Qualität.
In diesem Hörbuch erfahren Sie, wie man seine eigenen Stärken in Leistung umwandelt und dadurch Erfolg hat sowie Sinn und Erfüllung findet.
Dieses Buch erschien im englischen Original unter dem Titel “The Effective Executive. The Definitive Guide to Getting the Right Things Done”
This edition was published by arrangement with The Peter F. Drucker 1996 Literacy Works Trust. ? 2014 Verlag Franz Vahlen GmbH (P) 2018 ABP Verlag
SpracheDeutsch
Erscheinungsdatum30. Apr. 2020
ISBN9781628610550
The Effective Executive: Effektivita?t und Handlungsfa?higkeit in der Fu?hrungsrolle gewinnen
Autor

Peter F. Drucker

Peter F. Drucker is considered the most influential management thinker ever. The author of more than twenty-five books, his ideas have had an enormous impact on shaping the modern corporation. Drucker passed away in 2005.

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  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    A good book with lots of important points. I'll have to read it again in future because the writing style is a tiny bit on the acedemic side.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Originally written in 1967 by the father of business management, this book will help any business person journey towards greater responsibility and success. Having defined what an "Effective Executive" is, Drucker emphasizes that effectiveness is a learned skill. By examining what one can contribute to the success of the enterprise, and thus one's personal success, he stresses the importance of managing one's time, priorities, and playing to your strengths. A key part of business success is effective decision-making and Drucker breaks down the decision-making process and how to make effective decisions. Much of Drucker's wisdom is identifying personal and business processes that are dysfunctional and fixing, changing, or abandoning them. The book is filled with key questions that a business person must ask themselves to shed light on the path to choose and what to avoid. It is the most concise book of organizational management and professional development I have read and the principles are timeless.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    I think this book is more designed for a medium or large business than a mom & pop or small business. Nevertheless, there are still some ideas a small business owner can glean from it.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Must read from the father of management practice!
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Classic. Pull this out and re-read parts regularly
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    This is a great book on how to be efficient with your time. Even though this was originally written in the 1960s, this book is just as relevant today. (Well, except the part of how the computer will disrupt the office, that's a little dated.) I really enjoyed some of the anecdotal stories from executives who had to be ruthlessly efficient with their time. (Meetings can't go past 1.5 hours, otherwise, I stop paying attention.) A good read for managers and executives trying to be more efficient with their time.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Yes, this is a business book, but one of the rare good business books that I can see myself re-reading periodically into the future. Most business books are such fluff, with so little content, that I feel sorry for all the trees that sacrificed themselves to make what is essentially blank paper. The Effective Executive, on the other hand, is pretty dense. The book is short (174 pages, plus an index). And while many of the points it makes are obvious, they're the types of obvious points that people still miss. At the current stage of my career, there are three points this book made that I'm going to pay close attention to. The first is to continue to manage my time carefully. The second is to focus on the right results I should be achieving: this is something I haven't done enough of. I've been caught in fire-fighting mode. Finally, I'm going to pay more attention to my decision-making. Drucker makes an interesting point, one that I don't have enough experience to agree or disagree with yet. He argues that an effective executive doesn't make many decisions, and he doesn't make them quickly. Instead, he makes a few important decisions. One thing I haven't been asking myself: Am I making the important decisions?
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    A solid, comprehensive and well written overview of what the management function - executed with precision and clarity looks like. It appears to be repackaged from some of his other books/writings and, frankly, feels a tad stale - that may have more to do with his style than substance, though. It's all vintage Drucker, however, and no-one at or above a manager's position should be without a copy.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    One of the best management books I have ever read.