Earlier this week Ken Blanchard appeared on Dave Ramsey’s business talk show to discuss the enduring impact of Ken’s classic book, The One Minute Manager, which he co-authored with Spencer Johnson. Ramsey wanted to know Ken’s thoughts on why The One Minute Manager remained so popular today–18 million copies later. Ken’s response? The book remains relevant because it identifies simple human truths about working together. See if you agree. Here are the three secrets of one minute management:
- Set One-Minute Goals— All good performance starts with clear goals. Without clear goals your leadership doesn’t really matter. If people don’t know where you’re going, how can you help them get there? Goal setting gets everything started. It is creating a clear picture of what good performance looks like and what are the expected behaviors to get there.
- One Minute Praising. The second secret is to look for opportunities…
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