Three Star Leadership | Wally Bock | Book Review: Simple Rules: How to Thrive in a Complex WorldEisenhardt , a professor at the Stanford University School of Engineering. Sull and Eisenhardt suggest that a limited set of simple rules must be applied to solve specific problems in complex situations. A review in the Sydney Morning Herald suggested the book was "neither a silver bullet nor a self-help book. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is an orphan , as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles ; try the Find link tool for suggestions. October
Simple Rules How to Thrive in a Complex World by Donald Sull and Kathleen M Eisenhardt
Simple Rules: How to Thrive in a Complex World
I found a lot to like, but I was also disappointed. This is a good book that could have been a great book. You want to use simple rules for repetitive judgement calls. They should be tailored to a specific activity, especially when you must make a decision on the fly. They should be usable by a specific group of people. There are two other specific things about using simple rules that you should know. Simple rules are guidelines, not recipes.
We struggle to manage complexity every day. We follow intricate diets to lose weight, juggle multiple remotes to operate our home entertainment systems, face proliferating data at the office, and hack through thickets of regulation at tax time. Simple rules are a hands-on tool to achieve some of our most pressing personal and professional objectives, from overcoming insomnia to becoming a better manager or a smarter investor. Drawing on more than a decade of rigorous research, the authors provide a clear framework for developing effective rules and making them better over time. Skip to main content. The Experience Overview of Experience. About Our Degree Programs.
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August 2, What if I told you that strategy could be simple. Real simple. So simple, that it could be confined to a few key bullet points. Simple Rules: How to Thrive in a Complex World by Donald Sull and Kathleen Eisenhardt is the antidote for surviving, adapting, and navigating a world of complexity and data overload. These rules help us cut through the noise to find the salient points that enable us to pursue better processes or actions and ultimately make more sound choices. There is no better example of a function that has undergone change or is as impacted by complexity as the marketing organization, specifically in its necessity to become the wielders of data and digital transformation within a company.
Donald Sull and Kathleen M. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Complex approaches can overwhelm us. Simple Rules asks, what alternative is there? Use simple rules to tame complexity. The authors offer six types of rules, all of which mutate under changing conditions.