High output management


I agree with the author here. Highly relevant book even if its 20+ years old!

"Earlier this year I read High Output Management. This is one of the best books I’ve read on leadership, and I really recommend you read it. Some of the things I took from it are here. It’s really excellent on what the important things are when running a large team or business. Andy Grove was co-founder and CEO of Intel, so it’s written by someone who was actually doing the work at the time, unlike lots of other management books. A lot of it really resonated with me because it reflected some of my own views, but it also changed my perspective on a few things; particularly the value of 1-1s and on how much time is reasonable to be spending in meetings."


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