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Ken Blanchard is the co-author of The One Minute Manager®, and twenty-three other books, including The New York Times business bestsellers, Gung Ho! and Raving Fans. His books have combined sales of more than twelve million copies in more than twenty-five languages. He is the Chief Spiritual Officer of The Ken Blanchard Companies, a full-service training and management company he co-founded with his wife in 1979, as well as a consultant to some of America's top corporations, and a dynamic teacher and speaker. Dr. Blanchard lives in San Diego, California.
When service, product quality, and book's simple language but philosophical targets gather together to give you the best time of your life you will buy this book now and everyday.Published 9 months ago by moufid
Simple, practical, readable, and not overly academic - everything a new manager needs to get started with managing and motivating staff. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mr. A. Simpson
This book is a great lesson on how to deal with people around you, not only employees, it is applicable in all contexts, even in family and any type of relationship. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2012 by Joan Lafleur
How The Hell Can I rate it.
I am continuing trying to get the damn book.
Please send it to me.
Gordon Wareham. Read more
Like the book, I will keep this simple - worth the purchase, worth the read, re-read then pass it on or purchase for your superior, peer, friend.Published on Feb. 4 2010 by Chris J. Collins
1 minute goal, 1 minute praising, and 1 minute reprimand can help you not only on your career but also in your personal life. This is a short book and very easy to read. Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2007 by Otto Yuen
The ideas in One Minute Manager are very effective for anyone who feels stretched to the limit by the daily demands of modern business. Read morePublished on June 18 2004
This should be in the library of all managers and those aspiring to be leaders. It keeps accountability straight; and promotes initiative and quality in all involved. Read morePublished on June 9 2004 by Heather Schrock