Extreme Productivity has ratings and 97 reviews. Robert C. Pozen taught a full course load at Harvard Business School while serving as the full-time. Required reading for professionals—and aspiring professionals—of all levels.”— Shirley Ann Jackson, President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute a. Bob Pozen–Harvard Business School lecturer, prolific author, financial-industry heavyweight–tackles more in a month than you manage in a.

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Sep 05, Heba Mohammed rated it liked it Shelves: Use split calendar see pg. Like most productivity books, however, there is an assumption that someone else like your wife is dealing with all the issues of domestic life and you have only to focus on the important goals of peoductivity brilliant career. I like this book very much–he spends the requisite amount of time on setting goals and priorities, but then the rest of the book has specifics This way you ensure your day is aligned with your goals instead of spent in meetings.

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Drake Baer lroductivity leadership for Fast Company. It’s like reading a very long blog post about working less for more results For me, the book offered nothing new.


Then, needing to support his family, he became partner at a D. The product you deliver matters more than the time you spend on it. Summary of Chapter 3 1.

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Read this book to learn how he does it all in a hour day. Summary of Chapter 12 pzen. The section on team management probably should have been written less definitively, but the majority of the content was satisfying and applicable.

However, I felt that this book is more geared to the recent college graduate or someone in the early stages of their career who would likely rate the book higher.

Part 2, Productivity Every Day, has three chapters as well. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Write a summary of what you want to remember. The book is well organized and the writing style allows for a quick read.

Summary of Chapter 1 1. Productivity relies on prdouctivity. Simple and valuable advices. If you want to learn how to raise your game, look no further than Extreme Productivity.

He provides professionals with practical tips on how to efficiently use their time in the office—while leading full and productive personal lives as well. Pozen’s prose is efficient, uncomplicated and conveniently summarized where possible.


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But I was thoroughly impressed by Mr Pozen’s effort after reading through. And have you spent three days on one that was really great? The Design Thinking Playbook: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity.

Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours

Pozen shows that in order to be truly productive, professionals must make a critical shift rpoductivity their mind-set: The less helpful sections offer bland cliches: Dec 12, Deborah Martinez rated it liked it. Common ideas, but Pozen does a good job of describing them and explaining why they are important to being productive. Get education start with hard skills 2. It also helps to hear it from someone as accomplished as Producctivity Pozen.

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