Book Review and Recommendation
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
Good To Great By Jim Collins
This is one of my favorite books by Jim Collins. Jim Collins explored what made good companies great and how they sustained that greatness over time. One point that -great companies have, for the most part, always been great, while a vast majority of good companies do to become great, to turn a long-term weakness into long -term supremacy? Collins and his researchers used strict benchmarks to identify a group of eleven elite companies that leaped good to great and sustained that greatness for at least fifteen years. The companies that made a list might surprise you as much as those left off ( Coca-Cola, Intel, General Electric). The real surprise of Good to great isn’t so much what good companies do to propel themselves to greatness- it’s why more companies haven’t done the same things more often.
The critical point of chapters is not just the idea of getting the right people on the team. Using Level 5 Leadership skills and The crucial point is that “Who” questions come before “What” decisions- before vision, before strategy, before organization structure, before tactics. First who, then what- as a rigorous discipline, consistently applied.
All good to great companies began the process of finding a path to greatness by confronting the brutal facts of their current reality. When a company starts with an honest and diligent effort to determine the truth of its situation, the right decisions often become self-evident. Good choices are impossible without an honest confrontation of the brutal facts. The Hedgehog Concept is not the goal that should be best, but the strategy, plan, and intention can be best. Discover the passion and make a strategic solution.
Good to great third contents deliver to build a culture around the idea of freedom and responsibility within a framework and fill the culture with self-disciplined people who are willing to go to extreme lengths to fulfill their obligations. Cultural collaboration is an essential practice in the organization.
Good-to-great organizations think differently than mediocre organizations about technology and technological change. When technology uses correctly, it becomes an accelerator of momentum, not a creator of it.
As a Future Educational Leader, we can use the Strategies at school organization as a leader with applicable and robust vision. So first, put the best people on the best opportunities, not your most significant problems, then change and act policies, healthy conversations with teachers, after that build a culture around the idea of freedom and responsibility with a teacher, using effective technology for better communication in school and parents. And using the technological curriculum or professional learning community with a student’s.
So its Super Five stars.
7 Habits for Highly Effective People By Stephen R. Covey
My favorite part of childhood is book reading and reviewing. I have my diary, where I give some summary of books and give some review on it. When I read 7 Habits of Highly effective people, it influences me to read more. So I go through chapter by chapter, and I learned some useful tools to sharpen my eyes. And I mainly pick some time to know more about the responsibility of life and tackling the stability of what I am doing and what I need to do with my life. When I find myself spending my time with household work and building the future with family and looking for standard possibilities, then it will take some time to think about being proactive. The importance needs to understand then the things going much more naturally to lead a life with effectiveness. We the people feel about the overall situation of the problem and take some time to get some reasonable solution.
The book helps me to understand more about Synergize, where adaptation supports more contributions in life and achieves goals on its own. The book contains tons of thoughts and feelings constructively. I recommend this book to read and get strong positive relationships with you and your ones.