Yes Minister

  • Title: قواعد العمل
  • Author: Richard Templar ريتشارد تمبلر
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback
  • Yes, Minister

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    1. لن تجد كتاب بهذا الجمال والوضوح والهندسة.كتاب يضع لك القواعد لترتقي في عملك وفق قواعد هو جربها على نفسه.كتاب وكاتب أنا أعشق سلسلته - القواعد- بعض فقرات الكتاب يكفي العنوان لتعرف المحتوى.قد يقول قائل، هذا بلداً ليس في قاعدة، من رأس الهرم، الى فراش الشارع!هذا مجال لن تخوض فيه " ل [...]

    2. هذا الكتاب هو ثاني الكتب التي اشتريتها هذه السنة بهدف قراءتها وتطوير لغتي الانجليزية, وفهمت أنه من أجود الكتب في بابه, حيث يهتم بوضع قواعد العمل والوظيفة. وهو متوس الحجم وسلس الكتابة. لم أقرأه بعد لكنني اهتميت كثيراً بعنوانه وأسلوبه.أرجو أن يتيسر لي بفضل الله سبحانه قراءة الك [...]

    3. Maybe this book is more helpful for fresh college grads, or people who work in really toxic office environments. His advice seems manipulative to co-workers (scheming to get his manager transferred really?) and dishonest to himself (always smile, never show how hard you work). Most of the office issues he mentions (vacation scheduling, stealing office supplies, getting reports typed) are outdated for at least 10 years. I would not recommend this book to anyone who works in a modern company/indus [...]

    4. This is one of those books that assumes you live for your job and are willing to devote your life 24/7 to climbing the corporate ladder. You know the kind. It essentially recommends that you spend every waking hour plotting your next career move and every moment at work cultivating a very specific image. It does mention that you need to be good at your job but almost as a minor detail. This book is about image. It sounds exhausting (and a bit sad), even if it's all written in a friendly, self-de [...]

    5. ببسـاطه هذا الكتـاب عبارة عن قواعد سهلة ومباشرة , نصائح لمن هم في دائرة العمل وللمدراء بالذات , مئة قاعدة حصيلة ريتشارد تمبلر من حياته العملية لُـخصت هنا .

    6. أول كتاب تطوير ذات أقرأه وهو من تأليف الكاتب ريتشارد تمبلر الذي بدأه بمقدمة تتضمن انتصار زميله عليه في شغل منصب من مناصب الشركة، فمنذ ذلك اليوم بدأ يحلل ويدرس لماذا لم يشغل هذا المنصب مع أنه لديه مؤهلات أعلى من زميله والجميع يعلم أن الكفء لهذا المنصب. حينها كتب ريتشارد هذه ال [...]

    7. كتاب جدا جميل تطرق الكاتب فيه بشكل منطقي متسلسل سلس عن الاعمال التى يفنرض على من يريد الترقي في عمله والحصول على المراكز العليا ان يتبعها من واقع خبرتة الشخصيةلو اتيح لي المجال لتغيير عنوان الكتاب لأسميته "أخلاقيات العمل" لان الكاتب كان يركز على اهمية تحلي الموظف العامل بالق [...]

    8. The Rules! The Rules! Be a Rules Player! Be cool!Okay. Mr. Templar is a bit over the top with all his Rules talk, like it's some sort of secret club for the cool kids. And he needs to tone down the few metaphors - within a span of about four pages I was instructed to strike like a cobra while remembering I was top dog in a pack of lions, and then there was the thing about a lone wolf . . .Despite all this, I'm glad I read the book because I was able to pull some useful nuggets of workplace advic [...]

    9. Quyển này ờ tác giả viết hơi thô nhưng rất thật. Sách hữu ích cho người: bất chấp tất cả để thành công trong sự nghiệp, dùng mọi "kỹ năng" để thăng tiến. Còn nếu bạn thuộc dạng: cân bằng giữa công việc và cuộc sống, sống thật với bản thân, hướng thiện, thì không nên đọc làm gì.

    10. This book helps you to highlight on some areas you might not notice on your own, I liked some rules, and I appreciate the efforts of the writer, but on the other side at the end you will feel like you are not Human being who is attending his work , you are an actor on a despicable Stage ! you have to pretend all the time, and fake yourself all the time which leads to hypocrisy.

    11. I recommend this book for every college graduate, it’s practically common sense, but some of these things you learn them while working, it’s good to have information, and knowledge is power Having this book is acting one step ahead of the others, practicing it, you are sure to be at the top. Well done Templar.The Book: 1.Walk the talk: These first Rules are the underlying ones that govern all the others—know your job well, do it well, and be better than anyone else at doing it. It’s that [...]

    12. A Lot of Basic InformationThere are things in life and business that are caught, not taught. At least there used to be.With this book, Richard Templar takes many of those elements and puts them in a concise and easy form for those who are not fortunate enough to have a mentor, father or some other figure who will take the time and interest in them to teach them.An easy read, it demands returning on occassion to "brush up" on these kernels of wisdom.Many will read. Only some will deliberately put [...]

    13. c2010: I am not quite sure how I feel about this book. As pointed out in the preface, anyone who has worked for a while practises a lot of the 'rules' without knowing it. In a way, it is almost like a manual for a psychopath on how to fit in to a normal situation. There are some nuggets of gold but some of the other rules I would hate to think that I am using merely to get on in the working world. I can just imagine that the bright young things running around looking for all the promotions avail [...]

    14. الكتاب يستحق ان يقتنى و أن يقرأ مرتين و ثلاث و هو من الكتب القليلة التي تشعرني برغبة في اعادة قراءتها بمجرد الانتهاء منها اشتقت للقواعد قبل حتى ان اختمها كتاب رائع - قواعد رائعة و كلمات الكاتب حقيقية واقعية سهلة و تدل على خبرة واضحة في المجال المهني بعيدة عن اي من المثاليات ا [...]

    15. من أهم الكتب التي قرأتها في مجال قواعد العملوأنا أرجع إليه من حين إلي آخر

    16. Lo dejo porque me aburre, no me aporta nada nuevo y no quiero perder mi tiempo en lecturas que no me gustan.

    17. 4 stars if i read it 2 years ago , 2 if i was going to read it 2 years later Richard Templar puts his finger on the flaw in the implied logic that concludes that the better we do our job the faster we will rise up the organization.The American management guru Peter Drucker makes a useful distinction between efficiency and effectiveness: efficiency is doing the job right, effectiveness is doing the right job.**get promoted_ get on better with your colleagues_ feel better about yourself_ enjoy you [...]

    18. The expanded edition of "The Rules of Work: A Definitive Code for Personal Success" by Richard Templar, the author of the international bestseller "The Rules of Life" is a quick read that offers up 108 "rules" to get ahead at your job. According to Templar, these are the most important rules you'll follow, and by following them, you'll climb the ladder toward better positions, more money, more recognition, and enjoy greater effectiveness and more satisfaction at work.I enjoyed the book, and foun [...]

    19. According to this book, I'm not supposed to actually announce that I've read it (or specifically that I'm playing by the Rules), but whatever.Underpromise and overdeliver. But don't fail.Learn to ask why, it is way easier to do things purposefully when you actually know the purpose for your actions or the work coming in or the focus of the project.You can't stop people from making judgements, but you can change those judgements and consciously affect them.Write a game plan and stick to it. No on [...]

    20. R.O.W. - top takeaways1) ~monthly unsolicited report. Take initiative.2) Set work done by lunchtime3) Volunteer sparingly4) Carve out a niche for yourself5) Never deliver late or short (under promise, over deliver)6) Understand boss' motives, and company's goals7) 100% commitment to role and goals8) ENJOY the work9) See management's viewpoint10) Don't overwork. Manage your energy - Food, excersize, sleep, meditation.11) Look for ways to reduce workload, delegate, not be seen as working too hard1 [...]

    21. So many things that i have learnt from this book. But what i like the most is that this book really teaches me to take a look at myself in the mirror, to know myself, learn about myself, judge myself before i judge someone else. Teaches me how to take care of myself in terms of performance, attitude, the way of thinking, etc. Also, it gives me more knowledge of what i or could i say we must react while working for a company. It explains what is the importance of Blending In. Where each corporati [...]

    22. This book is like the Christian bible. While the bible talks about everything under the sun, this book talks about being smart in the office. It gives a lot of vital survival tips for everyone in the workforce. If you follow every rule in this book diligently, there's no way for failure. There is only one way and that is going up.This book provides revelation to those who are not aware of the office politics aka The Game. We're being watched and judged by everything that we say or do, no matter [...]

    23. I discovered this fantastic book in the business section of B&N. I purchased it for a departing intern who works for me. From browsing through the pages it seems like the holy grail of tips on "getting ahead" in the business rat race. I have a copy on reserve at the local library and am purchasing a copy for Robyn. I want her to share with Allison also.I wish I had this guidance 25 years ago!I read this book in two days but I had other things to do why it took so long. I actually took severa [...]

    24. 108 règles á suivre pour les arrivistes du monde cooperate. Parfois banale et trop évident (ne jamais mentir, ne jamais critiquer ton boss, be at the right time at the right place etc.) parfois trop manipulateur (comment lâcher le xxx de son chef, comment s’asseoir á cote de lui pendant la pause de déjeuner etc.) le livre ne donne jamais des solutions vraiment surprenantes. Peut-être la règle la plus importante est la règle numéro 108 : « know when to break the rules, and if ever in [...]

    25. The book title implies you must play according to the rules,for a person who hates borders,circles or whatever design besieging his attitude or behaviors it's troublesome!!However to be considered as an advice guide for promotion,it's not too annoyingRead it,use what suits you,throw out the rest of it

    26. Hmmm, I'm exhausted after just reading this, let alone trying to implement the 'work persona' I'm supposed to adopt to do well. Instead I think I will just continue to be me at work, trying to get the best job done whilst getting on with my clients and colleagues. If that doesn't make me Managing Director, so be it. (Can I get a book deal now?!)

    27. Las diez reglas para hacer carrera profesional con éxito:1. Walk your talk2. Know that you're bing judged at all times3. Have a plan4. If you can't say anything nice, shut-up5. Look after yourself6. Blend in7. Act one step ahead8. Cultivate diplomacy9. Know the system - and milk it10. Handle the opposition

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