Time talent and energy book
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Business book review: Time Talent Energy
While managing financials is required in the modern organization, it is insufficient for success. The improvement is so great from focusing on employees that in today's low cost and easily accessible capital world it is better to waste some cash in the process of better managing time and talent. Think of all the emails, texts, voice mails and meetings that absorb vast amounts of time. Yet, as the authors are fond of pointing out, nobody can create a 25 hour day. So if you can recapture that time, productivity will soar. If instead of spending so much time managing costs we spent more time eliminating complexity and unneeded tasks, competitiveness will soar.
Time, Talent and Energy
Entrepreneurs know that competitive advantage lies in how you management scarce resources. At the core of this book is how do you reduce organizational drag and unleash the energy, and talent from your staff and free productive time from unnecessary meetings and other time-wasting tasks. There are some good examples of successful companies and the strategies they have employed within these pages, not all of them well known, and some great quotes. The authors suggest investing time as carefully as you invest money, and have concrete suggestions over time management, from creating new protocols for emails to insisting on preparation for meetings and keeping them hygienic. I like this book. I learned a lot from this book.