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Rework : change the way you work forever

Author: Jason Fried; David Heinemeier Hansson
Publisher: London : Vermilion, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. edView all editions and formats
First : the new reality -- Takedowns : ignore the real world -- Go : make a dent in the universe -- Progress : embrace constraints -- Productivity : illusions of agreement -- Competitors : decommoditize your product -- Promotion : welcome obscurity -- Hiring : do it yourself first -- Damage control : own your bad news -- Culture : you don't create a culture -- Conclusion : inspiration is perishable.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jason Fried; David Heinemeier Hansson
ISBN: 9780091929787 0091929784 9780307463746 0307463745
OCLC Number: 634563478
Description: VII, 279 Seiten : Illustrationen
Contents: First --
The new reality --
Takedowns --
Ignore the real world --
Learning from mistakes is overrated --
Planning is guessing --
Why grow? --
Workaholism --
Enough with "entrepreneurs" --
Go --
Make a dent in the universe --
Scratch your itch --
Start making something --
No time is no excuse --
Draw a line in the sand --
Mission statement impossible --
Outside money is plan Z --
You need less than you think --
Start a business, not a startup --
Building to flip is building to flop --
Less mass --
Progress --
Embrace constraints --
Build half a product, not a half-assed product --
Start at the epicenter --
Ignore the details early on --
Making the call is making progress --
Be a curator --
Throw less at the problem --
Focus on what won't change --
Tone is in your fingers --
Sell your by-products --
Launch now --
Productivity --
Illusions of agreement --
Reasons to quit --
Interruption is the enemy of productivity --
Meetings are toxic --
Good enough is fine --
Quick wins. Don't be a hero --
Go to sleep --
Your estimates suck --
Long lists don't get it done --
Make tiny decisions --
Competitors --
Don't copy --
Decommoditize your product --
Pick a fight --
Underdo your competition --
Who cares what they're doing? --
Evolution --
Say no by default --
Let your customers outgrow you --
Don't confuse enthusiasm with priority --
Be at-home good --
Don't write it down --
Promotion --
Welcome obscurity --
Build an audience --
Out-teach your competition --
Emulate chefs --
Go behind the scenes --
Nobody likes plastic flowers --
Press releases are spam --
Forget about the Wall Street journal --
Drug dealers get it right --
Marketing is not a department --
The myth of the overnight sensation --
Hiring --
Do it yourself first --
Hire when it hurts --
Pass on great people --
Strangers at a cocktail party --
Resumés are ridiculous --
Years of irrelevance --
Forget about formal education --
Everybody works --
Hire managers of one --
Hire great writers. The best are everywhere --
Test-drive employees --
Damage control --
Own your bad news --
Speed changes everything --
How to say you're sorry --
Put everyone on the front lines --
Take a deep breath --
Culture --
You don't create a culture --
Decisions are temporary --
Skip the rock stars --
They're not thirteen --
Send people home at 5 --
Don't scar on the first cut --
Sound like you --
Four-letter words --
ASAP is poison --
Conclusion --
Inspiration is perishable.
Responsibility: Jason Fried and David Hansson.
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