Transform the way you manage people, without learning a single new skill.
After years of managing and training managers across every level of the org chart, the founder of DoThings Matt Casey realised there was something very wrong with that approach. It’s just too hard for most people to consistently be good at everything a manager needs to be good at. He realised that instead of trying to make the managers better, what we need is a way to make management easier. So he came up with one.
He calls it Minimum Effective Management.
Minimum Effective Management is the absolute minimum amount of management necessary in order to get the results you need. It finds the path of least resistance to achieve all the things a manager needs to achieve, and helps you create working environments that engage and align employees, without bogging you down in repetitive management admin.
In this ground-breaking book, Casey reveals the reasons the traditional management is so often failing to deliver the kind of workplaces modern employees can thrive in. With Minimum Effective Management he offers shockingly simple alternatives that will leave you wondering why we ever made the job so complicated in the first place.
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Matt grew up in Oxford. He left school at 14, left home not too long after, then went on a tour of all the weirdest jobs the world has to offer. To his great surprise he eventually found himself in management, and has become fascinated by the role management plays in the working world.
For the past 15 years he has been working in the SaaS industry. He has managed and trained managers at every level of the org chart. He is co-founder at DoThings, having previously been Managing Director at Moonfruit.com.
Matt lives in London with his dog, Business. He's on Twitter, but he tries not to look at it too often as everyone seems to be in a very bad mood most of the time.