Managing yourself (HBR 01/05)

HBR 01/05 Managing Yourself
"The New Road to the Top" by Peter Capperri and Monika Hamori (p25)

  • Predictions for 2021
    • MBA
    • 複数企業での経験
    • P&L management経験
      • The most important experiences (and the hardest to get) will increasingly be those that involve hands-on responsibility for profit and loss.
      • A record of P&L performance may become even more critical to getting hired and advancing in the largest companies.
    • 大企業から中小へという人の流れが逆転し、中小から大企業に人が流れるようになる

"Why Smart People Underperform" by Edward M. Hallowell on ADT(Attention Deficit Trait) (p55)

  • ADT急増
  • ADD(Attention Deficit/hyperactivity disorder)と違い、環境がADTをうむ
  • People with ADT have difficulty staying organized, setting priorities, and managing time.
  • The ADT sufferer therefore feels a constant low level of panic and guilt.
  • To control ADT, we first recognize it.
  • ADT is a very real threat to all of us. If we do not manage it, it manages us.

"What's your story?" by herminia Ibarra and Kent Lineback (p65)
"Managing Oneself" by Peter F. Drucker (1999) (p100)

We will have to learn to develop ourselves. We will have to place ourselves where we can make the greatest contribution. And we will have to stay mentally alert and engaged during a 50-year working life, which means knowing how and when to change the work we do.
Most people think they know what they are good at. They are usually wrong. More often, people know what they are not good at - and even then more people are wrong than right. And yet, a person can perform only from strength. One cannot build performance on weaknesses, let alone on something one can not do at all.

明日を支配するもの―21世紀のマネジメント革命 第6章「自らをマネジメントする」