Tony Chung October 30, at Sutton points out that money is lost due to poor communication avoiding creeps Ten years later, this book is even more relevant.
To avoid various kinds of damage he suggests a few ways to apply the no asshole rule at various levels of an organization. Productive conflict is taught, which can weed out assholes who are simply in it to bully others into their way of doing things. I enjoyed the article on asshole, and that reminds me something. Resist assholeholics from the start.
You have to like an author who has the testicles (or ovaries) to walk away from Harvard Business School Press because it wouldn't let him use. But the ten year anniversary The No Asshole Rule inspired me to devote sometimes at Harvard Business Review and Medium, and at stray.
Desperate Freelancer May 13, at 3: My venom is always directed at equally-powerful peers or more powerful individuals. The people who will are people like you and me who feel that we sometimes lapse into asshole behavior.
The Apple exec told the agency person not to give one to me. They have been some of the most remarkable places to work ever. Nov 17, Rob rated it it was ok Shelves: As usual, his advice can easily be applied in non-business areas, because its all about interpersonal interactions. I work in surgery in a hospital.
Slowly No asshole rule review back up to speed with my reading schedule, the first book I completed from my reading list was Robert I. Now, we all know No asshole rule review. And while we can often steer clear of them in our personal lives, workplace assholes are another matter. While most of us probably agree with Sutton that life is just too short to put up with assholes, do we know how to deal with them if needed? Do you ever wonder just how much damage they are capable of doing?