- @zachperret That might be the best book on this topic
- What books have you found to be most useful for product leaders? Please do share them below.
- The Score Takes Care of Itself, for empowered management (essential especially for PM leaders) https://t.co/HrbW85pwCO
- October 2020 book recommendations for product people: 1. https://t.co/4ZlHRkstuM 2. https://t.co/8qEiDpFOoW 3. https://t.co/t9O2XF9DDn 4. https://t.co/6mSk1DNDe6 https://t.co/MPhQsOYEEX
- @bjc290 @zebulgar I cited both in the lecture. High Output Management w a dose of the Score Takes Care of Itself. Add Loonshots.
- @SparksZilla The Score Takes Care of Itself by Bill Walsh https://t.co/BQdwlWFh4s
- Just finished reading The Score Takes Care of Itself by Bill Walsh. What a refreshingly unique perspective on leadership from the former head coach of the SF 49ers. I share my biggest takeaways for leaders in Silicon Valley in my latest post https://t.co/BQdwlWFh4s
- Excited for this https://t.co/R1puUFBAKX
- @robgo @angusdav @sriramk @stevesi @sachinrekhi @kevinyien @JeffBezos See The Score Takes Care of Itself. Or read https://t.co/iCWmXTw7UC.
- @_shahedk @joshhug @stevesi @sriramk @sachinrekhi @kevinyien @JeffBezos Read the Score Takes Care of Itself or watch How to Operate or Read @zebulgar’s blogs.
- Happy New Year! Instead of reaching for my phone this morning, I opened a book (and then later got my computer to tweet this :P). I'm reading (or read): Bill Walsh - The Score Takes Care Of Itself Atul Gawande - Being Mortal Jordan Peterson - 12 Rules For Life
- The Score Takes Care of Itself: My Philosophy of Leadership https://t.co/KjLWH9k7ep https://t.co/HzJQU2RVn1
- @schlaf Have you read The Score Takes Care of Itself?
- @bmrothenberg I ask all founders to read The Score Takes Care of Itself by Bill Walsh.
Offers insights and best leadership principles from the successful coach of the San Francisco 49ers, explaining how he motivated people, crafted winning teams, and his words of wisdom such as “Believe in people,” and “Keep a short enemies list.”