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  1. says: SUMMARY ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Noel M. Tichy Epub Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Read – Kindle & PDF

    READ Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Epub Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Read – Kindle & PDF SUMMARY ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Noel M. Tichy I had this book on my to read shelf for a long time and finally decided to take it it is well written and contains many interesting extensive case studies The down side it is a little bit dated but that is my fault for waiting The concept of a teachable point of view is great and it is worth the time

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    Epub Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Read – Kindle & PDF SUMMARY ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Noel M. Tichy Noel M. Tichy ✓ 0 FREE READ I figured the topic of judgement would be easier reading then everything I had been taking in about business strategy lately I was pleased a lot of the case studies weren’t ones that had been popping up in a lot of the business books I had been reading ie Apple IKEA etc as well A few real world examples the book goes into in the most depth were very interesting to me; my favorite of these stories was of how Best Buy stores came

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    Noel M. Tichy ✓ 0 FREE READ SUMMARY ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Noel M. Tichy READ Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Judgment was hugely disappointing Warren Bennis is a guru and the book has been talked up no end And to give it its due the case studies are extensive often fascinating and well researched But the insights are so obvious as to be banal We learn for example that leaders have to have character and courage And values Come on The taxonomy of judgment according to Bennis and Tichy include pre decision the call and the execution There

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    Epub Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Read – Kindle & PDF READ Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls This is a book by famed leadership guru Warren Bennis on making judgements It focuses on making judgements in three realms Key People Strategy and Crisis It talks about having a Teachable Point of View TPOV The crux of the book is we need leaders with better judgement skills I hope our president and political leaders could make better judgements instead of doing things based on politcal expediency The following areas influence our judgeme

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    Epub Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Read – Kindle & PDF I didn't even know if this book was positively reviewed or not when I decided to read it the reason being the subject matter of leadership judgment fascinated me and my curiousity was piued when this title came up in my online browsing of audiobooks available through my local library It didn't show up in a search of New York Times

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    Epub Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Read – Kindle & PDF SUMMARY ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Noel M. Tichy Noel M. Tichy ✓ 0 FREE READ Three big takeaways from this bookFirst leaders should develop a teachable point of view or TPOV A leader who has a consistent TPOV brings a predictable perspective to every discussion After a while it becomes the organizations way of viewingprocessingaddressing issues Throughout the book the authors also talk about the value of creating a story for the organization Write the story Tell the story Tell it often Third invest in the leadershi

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    Epub Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Read – Kindle & PDF This book bounced around a lot I didn't like the format of how the book was organized I wished they had just taken a case study and told us the good and bad points This book is very CEO business driven The last chapter dealt

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    SUMMARY ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Noel M. Tichy Noel M. Tichy ✓ 0 FREE READ READ Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Tichy and Bennis touched the fundamentals of leadership judgement people startegies and crisis; and based each co

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    SUMMARY ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Noel M. Tichy Noel M. Tichy ✓ 0 FREE READ Epub Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls Read – Kindle & PDF The framework the authors developed for the “Leadership Judgment Process” is uite clunky and many of the real world examples they highlighted as ‘successful’ judgments have not stood the test of time There are however some valuable nuggets in the book particularly with regard to people judgments and judgments in times of crisis

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    READ Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls SUMMARY ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Noel M. Tichy Noel M. Tichy ✓ 0 FREE READ Probably was a much better read 10 years ago copyright is 2007 Case studies were out dated and heavy emphasis on

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Ies weren t ones that had "been opping up in a lot of the business books I had been reading ie Apple "popping up in a lot of the business books I had been reading ie Apple etc as well A few real world examples the book goes into In The Most Depth Were Very Interesting the most depth were very interesting me my favorite of these stories was of how Best Buy stores came about I had no idea how independent each store was in deciding how the merchandise was laid out or how roducts were bundled The section about how they also tried to market toward the female shopper was also much appreciated by myself since women and tech are not usually the first things companies choose to associate together It s fascinating to use a service or store regularly in your life but never notice these uniue characteristics that have set the store or service far apart from its competitionThat being said the case studies that I so enjoy in a good business book were rather short and felt repetitive in Judgment In fact the whole book felt repetitive I could never tell if I was going crazy or just having d j vu but it felt like the case studies and the graphs that describe the judgment Thirteenth Child (Frontier Magic, process were repeated multiple times Repetition might be good in order for making information stick in your mind but it doesn t make for an enjoyable reading experience There is also a handbook at the end that makes up about 80ages of this book and I of course read it because I didn t want to miss out on anything or feel that I didn t truly read the whole book To my immense annoyance the handbook is literally a summary of everything I had just read with a few tables and activities that let you test yourself with the concepts Judgement is a Craft Notes for Animators pretty basic concept and I can appreciate how the authors were trying to break it down in this book to guideeople to make better choices in different scenarios However I think a bit of this book was overkill in describing the topicI had never seen any business books related to the topic of judgment I try to branch out and read a variety of books on different aspects of business and this was definitely different then what I had on my shelves at home However I think this book could ve been effective by lopping off the handbook section and giving a larger sampling of real world cases that are described in greater depth As it stands I would suggest looking into other business books that might be a better use of ones time I didn t even know if this book was Perception and the External World positively reviewed or not when I decided to read it the reason being the subject matter of leadership judgment fascinated me and my curiousity wasiued when this title came up in my online browsing of au. Boration they offer a Popular Representations of Development powerful framework for making tough calls when the stakes are high and the rightath is far from obvious They show how to recognize the critical moment before a judgment call when swift and decisive action is essential and also how to execute a decision after the call Tichy and Bennis bring their three dimensional model to life with interviews with world class leaders who have thrived or suffered because of their judgment calls These stories includeJeff Immelt CEO of General Electric whose judgment to grow through research and development transformed GE into the world’s Sister for Sale premier technology growth company Joel Klein chancellor of the New York City Department of Education who made tough calls about teachers students andarents while turning around a troubled school system Jim McNerney CEO of Boeing whose strategic judgment helped him reinvigorate his company and restore ,


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Judgment was hugely disappointing Warren Bennis is a guru and the book has been talked up no end And to give it its due the case studies are extensive often fascinating and well researched But the insights are so obvious as to be banal We learn for example that leaders have to have character and courage And values Come on The taxonomy of judgment according to Bennis and Tichy include re decision the call and the execution There are 3 kinds of judgments that matter judgments about eople strategy and crisis Really Is that the best thinking we can
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to this When good judgment brings fame and rosperity and bad judgment ignominy and career termination And there s a deeper A Ladys Honor (Cliffs of Cornwall, problem the case studies while fascinating especially the bad judgment ones in the end don t really tell us why the executive made the right or wrong call Carly Fiorina didn t get the culture at H P and spent too much time showboating But why She s a smart woman Why didn t she see what was going on Why didn t anyone tell her If someone did why didn t she listen By making Judgment just a uestion of character and the test of good judgment simply whether it works or not Bennis and Tichy oversimplify a complex and difficult arena of both humansychology and organizational theory I am frankly appalled that so many trees were felled for so little new thinking This judgment emperor has no clothes Three big takeaways from this bookFirst leaders should develop a teachable Bob and Larry in the Case of the Missing Patience point of view or TPOV A leader who has a consistent TPOV brings aredictable The War to End All Wars perspective to every discussion After a while it becomes the organizations way of viewingprocessingaddressing issues Throughout the book the authors also talk about the value of creating a story for the organization Write the story Tell the story Tell it often Third invest in the leadership culture Nearly all the leadersrofiled in the book spent significant time some up to 30% coaching and developing their younger leaders Jack Welch at GE is Death Comes for the Archbishop probably the most celebrated example but there were others mentioned in the book who made this ariority too The framework the authors developed for the others mentioned in the book who made this a Mostly Mama priority too The framework the authors developed for the Judgment Process is uite clunky and many of the real world examples they highlighted as successful judgments have not stood the test of time There are however some valuable nuggets in the bookarticularly with regard to The Naked Man people judgments and judgments in times of crisis I figured the topic of judgement would be easier reading then everything I had been taking in about business strategy lately I wasleased a lot of the case stud. “With good judgment little else matters Without it nothing else matters” Whether we’re talking about United States Damias Children presidents CEOs Major League coaches or wartime generals leaders are remembered for their best and worst judgment calls In the face of ambiguity uncertainty and conflicting demands the uality of a leader’s judgment determines the fate of the entire organization That’s why judgment is the essence of leadership Yet despite its importance judgment has always been a fairly murky concept The leadership literature has been conspicuously uiet on what exactly defines it Does judgment differ from common sense or gut instinct Is it aroduct of luck Of smarts Or is there a rocess for making consistently good calls Noel Tichy and Warren Bennis have each spent decades studying and teaching leadership and advising top CEOs such as Jack Welch and Howard Schultz Now in their first colla. Diobooks available through my local library It didn t show up in a search of New York Times bestsellers but were there any Die Botin des Königs (Reiter-Trilogie practical gems I couldick up regardless of this book s opularity So I read it and found out about the dynamics surrounding leadership judgment calls in selecting managers determining strategy and responding to crisis situations Decent read although not absolutely mindblowing a lot of the ideas seemed common sense Tichy and Bennis touched the fundamentals of leadership judgement eople startegies and crisis and based each concept on real life situations which were uintessential enough to validate good judgement I found this book much romising to aspiring leaders in management CEOs
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students of adminiistrations I would however give a 3 star rating considering it s much literaturistic for management without spreading over much disciplines I had this book on my to read shelf for a long time and finally decided to take it it is well written and contains many interesting extensive case studies The down side it is a little bit dated but that is my fault for waiting little bit dated but that is my fault for waiting concept of a teachable oint of view is great and it is worth the time This is a book by famed leadership guru Warren Bennis on making judgements It focuses on making judgements in three realms Key People Strategy and Crisis It talks about having a Teachable Point of View TPOV The crux of the book is we need leaders with better judgement skills I hope our resident and olitical leaders could make better judgements instead of doing things based on Seven Days in Utopia politcal expediency The following areas influence our judgement 1 self knowledge2ersonal values goals3 social network knowledge those who surrond you daily4 organzational knowledge Lots of Love people at all levels5 conceptual knowledge which could come from the following suppliers customers government stock holders competitors and interest groupsI found this book insightful and now I better understand what I couldshould consider to make good This book bounced around a lot I didn t like the format of how the book was organized I wished they had just taken a case study and told us the good and badoints This book is very CEO business driven The last chapter dealt with education though I didn t take away a lot from it other than the fact that the Reclaiming Love people that a leader hires to work with can make a break a company and how a leader deals with a crisis can make a big difference in a company s future Probably was a much better read 10 years ago copyright is 2007 Case studies were out dated and heavy emphasis on bottom lin. Culture of trust and respect The late general Wayne Downing who found an unexpected opportunity in the midst of crisis when he led the Special Operations raid to capture Manuel Noriega A G Lafley CEO of Procter Gamble who bet 57 billion tourchase Gillette and reinvent his company Brad Anderson CEO of Best Buy who made the call to commit totally to a customer centric strategy and led his Vegangelical people to execute it Whether you’re running a small department or a global corporation Judgment will give you a framework for evaluating any situation making the call and correcting if necessary during the executionhase It will show you how to handle the overlapping domains of Defender of Faith, Revised Edition people strategy and crisis management And it will help you teach your entire team to make the right call often No organization can afford to neglect this crucial discipline and norevious book has ever brought it into such clear focu.

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Judgment How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls