An edition of Peopleware (1987)

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Productive Projects and Teams

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An edition of Peopleware (1987)

Peopleware

Productive Projects and Teams

2nd ed.
  • 4.24 ·
  • 17 Ratings
  • 55 Want to read
  • 0 Currently reading
  • 22 Have read

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Dorset House Pub.
Language
English
Pages
245

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Cover of: Nao li mi ji chan ye de ren cai guan li zhi dao
Nao li mi ji chan ye de ren cai guan li zhi dao
2007, Jing ji xin chao she
in Chinese - Chu ban
Cover of: Человеческий фактор
Cover of: Peopleware
Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams
1999, Dorset House Pub.
in English - 2nd ed.
Cover of: Peopleware
Peopleware: productive projects and teams
1987, Dorset House Pub. Co.
in English

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First Sentence

"Most of us managers are prone to one particular failing: a tendency to manage people as though they were modular components."

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Page ix
Preface to the Second Edition Page xi
Preface to the First Edition Page xiiii
I. Managing the Human Resource Page 1 1. Somewhere Today, a Project is Failing Page 3 2. Make a Cheeseburger, Sell a Cheeseburger Page 7 3. Vienna Waits for You Page 13 4. Quailty - If Time Permits Page 19 5. Parkinson's Law Revisited Page 24 II. The Office Environment Page 35 7. The Furniture Police Page 37 8. "You Never Get Anything Done Around Here Between 9 and 5" Page 42 9. Saving Money on Space Page 51 Intermezzo. Productivity Measureent and Unidentified Flying Objects Page 58 10. Brain Time Versus Body Time Page 62 11. The Telephone Page 69 12. Bring Back The Door Page 75 13. Taking Umbrella Steps Page 81 III. The Right People Page 93 14. The Hornblower Factor Page 95 15. Hiring a Juggler Page 100 16. Happy to Be Here Page 105 17. The Self-Healing System Page 113 IV. Growing Productive Teams Page 121 18. The Whole Is Greater Than the Sum of the Parts Page 123 19. The Black Team Page 129 20. Teamicide Page 132 21. A Spaghetti Dinner Page 140 22. Open Kimono Page 143 23. Chemistry fo Tea Formation Page 150 V. It's Supposed to Be Fun to Work Here Page 157 24. Chaos and Order Page 159 25. Free Electrons Page 167 26. Holgar Dansk Page 171 VI. Son of Peopleware Page 175 27. Teamicide Revisited Page 177 28. Copetition Page 181 29. Process Improvement Programs Page 186 30. Making Change Possible Page 194 31. Huan Capital Page 202 32. Organizational Learning Page 209 33. The Ultimate Management Sin Is... Page 215 34. The Making of Community Page 222 Notes Page 227 Bibliography Page 233 Index Page 239 About the Authors Page 248

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-238) and index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
658.3/14
Library of Congress
HD31 .D4222 1999

The Physical Object

Pagination
xiv, 245 p. :
Number of pages
245

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL31274M
ISBN 10
0932633439
ISBN 13
9780932633439
LCCN
99011525
Library Thing
17188
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