Good Boss, Bad Boss

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By Robert I. Sutton

10 min
6295
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Good Boss Bad Boss talks about how to learn from the mistakes and successes of other bosses in order to improve your own performance. Because let's face it: sometimes being the best boss means you need to learn from the worst. Learn why being rude in staff meetings comes with a price tag, what crushing birds have to do with good management, how to get rid of “bad apples” and more to aid you on your journey towards becoming the best boss ever!


About the Author

Robert I. Sutton is the professor of management science at Stanford School of Engineering and researcher in the field of evidence-based management. He is a New York Times best-selling author.

He received a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. He works as a Fellow at the designing consulting firm IDEO and has a courtesy appointment as a professor of organizational behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
book summary - Good Boss, Bad Boss by Robert I. Sutton

Good Boss, Bad Boss

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10 min
6295
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