[Reading] ➭ What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create Your Business Culture ➵ Ben Horowitz – Tactical-player.co.uk

What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create Your Business Culture Ben Horowitz, A Leading Venture Capitalist, Modern Management Expert, And New York Times Bestselling Author Combines Lessons Both From History And Modern Organisational Practice With Practical And Often Surprising Advice To Help Us Build Cultures That Can Weather Both Good And Bad TimesThe Times And Circumstances In Which People Were Raised Often Shape Them Yet A Few Leaders Have Managed To Shape Their Times In This Follow Up To The Bestselling Business Classic The Hard Thing About Hard Things, Ben Horowitz Turns His Attention To A Question Crucial To Every Organisation How Do You Create And Sustain The Culture You Want This Book Is A Journey Through Cultures Ancient To Modern, Spotlighting Models Of Leadership And Culture Building From The Samurai To Prison Gangs Along The Way, It Answers Fundamental Questions Who Are We How Do People Talk About Us When We Re Not Around How Do We Treat Our Customers Can We Be Trusted Because Who You Are Is Not The Values You List On The Wall It S Not What You Say In A Company Wide Meeting It S Not Your Marketing Campaign It S Not Even What You Believe Who You Are Is What You Do This Book Will Help You Do The Things Needed To Become The Kind Of Leader You Want To Be And Others Want To Follow

About the Author: Ben Horowitz

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5 thoughts on “What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create Your Business Culture

  1. says:

    Ben Horowitz writing style, honestly raw attitude, and carefully considered choice of topics and examples makes the book very pleasant to read And gives you a lot to think about, which is the whole point after all

  2. says:

    I read this, and think this is one of the most important books for managers and leaders aspiring and future to read, together with Grove s High Output Management , Horowitz s other book Hard Thing about Hard Things , and Mintzberg s Simply Managing.But I would say that this book trumps the others, because a culture is w

  3. says:

    There are so many specific references to numbers etc that underlay the book The numbers are not sourced or questioned by Ben If you do not buy the history quoted the premise of the book falters Too many references when actual events, motivations etc were not really known to be quoted as facts.

  4. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book It s easy to read and interesting Kept my attention The book has a variety of examples regarding how cultures are made and also there applications in other fields It also has some good qualifications on culture Meaning that its HARD One of my favorite books.

  5. says:

    An entertaining candid book.A fun, entertaining, honest book.Culture is highly infectious.It reminds us to enhance our culture.Peter Drucker said, culture eats strategy for breakfast.Culture begins with me and you We are continuously, consistently building our culture and our core attributes We have control of who we are, how we treat other

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