ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever

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"Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, co-founders of software company 37signals, follow a simpler-is-better philosophy. This extends from writing software used in microblogging phenomenon Twitter - to building a business and managing a career. he company has a million users and a payroll of eight. Their point of difference is pared down simplicity- they make products that are shockingly easy to use. The advice contained in ReWork aimed at small businesses is equally no-nonsense and inspired- spend less money, hire fewer people, work fewer hours, have fewer meetings, and perhaps most surprisingly offer fewer features. Essentially do less than the competition. hey focus on what really matters. Employees are fresh, energised and forced to avoid distractions. With short, to-the-point chapters, ReWork draws together what 37signals has learned in the trenches while building a hugely successful company that not only has loyal customers, it has raving fans. Inspirational, motivational and simple, ReWork will be the post-recession business book of the year."

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User Review  - Neale - LibraryThing

A short book with short chapters meant to get you thinking differently about work. Much of what the book covers goes against the “common” advice out there. It gets you thinking (sometimes differently ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laurie - Goodreads

I listened to this short book on audio with my husband. Rework contains solid basic business advice, although "Rework(ed)" from the standard model. I, or we I should say, agree with a lot of his ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

37signals is a privately held company founded by Internet trailblazers, Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, committed to building the best web-based software products possible with the least number of features necessary. Their products -- Basecamp, Backpack, Highrise, and Campfire -- do less than the competition...intentionally. Since 1999, 37signals has grown into a multi-million dollar company with three million fanatically loyal customers. The company has been profiled in the Guardian, Time, Wired,and Business Week. They are based in Chicago.

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