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by Thomas J. Neff

eBook You're in Charge, Now What?: The 8 Point Plan epub
  • ISBN: 1400048664
  • Author: Thomas J. Neff
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Business Culture
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Crown Business; Reprint edition (March 27, 2007)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • ePUB size: 1327 kb
  • FB2 size 1854 kb
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When you start a new job, you are in a “temporary state of incompetence,” faced with having to do the most when you know the least. Tom Neff and Jim Citrin, two of the world’s experts on leadership and career achievement, know what it takes to succeed in a new position. Through compelling, first-hand stories, from CEOs like Jeffrey Immelt of GE and Bob Eckert of Mattel, You’re in Charge—Now What? offers an eight-point plan to show you how to lay the groundwork for long-term momentum and great performance.
Comments: (7)
Anarius
My executive coach recommended this book and she was right. It is very well organized with lots of examples on how to get started as the new leader in a large organization. Suitable for small but oriented towards large business of all types. Did not provide Government examples but was still very helpful. I read the book cover to cover and made lots of notes. Try to read at least 3 weeks before reporting. I am three weeks into a Government IT job with a staff of 650 and $100M in budget and all the signs are there that this book was helpful for accelerating my early take-off.
Doath
As a local company CEO supervising 4 people it is hard for me to relate to the challenges of a group CEO of a 30'000 man strong corporation, which is the kind of individuals this book seems to target. If you are a middle manager or a small company boss, you'll find very little to relate to here. Still, I think it's a useful read if you want to grow your general awareness of the business world.

A lot of the contents is pretty obvious stuff, although it does help to read some of it to set your own thoughts right. This book is rich on practical examples from real life. A bit too rich, in fact. Most of the time you will be reading about how this and that big corporate CEO did a great job by doing this and that. Not too helpful most of the time, as most of us understand that it's always easy to re-construct and explain why you did the right thing when things turn out your way. Personally I find it much more effective to learn from failure stories and mistakes, and this book offers very few stories like that (for obvious reasons - hard to get first-hand info). Almost all of its "heroes" are huge corporate CEOs living unbelievably unhealthy lives, with very little room for family and hobbies, and the authors seem to encourage such a lifestyle as necessary. Frankly, the tone of this book is at times so ruthless and inhumane, that one begins to wonder whether the authors are exactly the kind of people responsible for the corporate world being such a jungle. My belief in the goodness of mankind was slightly shattered when reading this.
JUST DO IT
Too many times managers get in charge of an organization and make all the wrong moves, turn off potential allies, and slow the pace of improvement in the organization. This is a plain talk, with real world examples, book that new Managers should read! I have also read the First 90 Days and others. The thing I like about this text is the talk is not college snobby and broken into intelligent sections. I usually buy this and give it to new peer managers in my organization. I lent out my personal hard copy and he like it so much, he would not give it back!
Cildorais
Just the thing. I have never been a general manager and was just hired as one...uh oh. This little book gives reasonable common sense tips that just confirmed values that I already had. I expected to just skim the book, but found myself reading from chapter one.
Forey
If you're about to become a CEO or President of a large company, mayve give this book a quick read.

Anyone else, I'd pass on it..save your time and just read all the great articles on LinkedIn or do a Google search.

The book is written in a way that its only helpful to those at the top - I am a Vice President of a division within a company, so I am "in charge" of some but this book is not for those types - it's for those that will be enduring big changes in their lives; so I would argue, if you're in that position, I am guessing you've already prepared yourself and won't ask 'Now What?'

Its full of stories of top executives, if you're heading into a top position to equal them, then, again, you should have already prepared yourself without having read this book. Its a sexy title but does not apply to most folks outside of the C Suite.
Dianantrius
This book reads like a how to manual with plenty of really useful real world examples. Excellent handbook for new CEOs.
Jediathain
The learning in this book was invaluable for me as I transitioned into a new CEO role with a new company that had a 40 year history and lots of employees with significant tenure. The book is very tactical with step by step approaches and insights. The stories are real and significant to highlight the importance of the approach.

Highly recommend this book to any leader that is taking over a significant new business.
There are many books out there for planning the first 100 days of your new job. This is one more of them, but is well written, fact based, with good input from visible and known leaders in the different industries.
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