Paolo Lesti Lesti itibaren Texas
Bu, sayfaya düz düşen güçlü bir oyun, en azından bana yaptı. Liz ve Dick'in film versiyonunda gitmesini izlemeyi tercih ederim.
"Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us" is an easy read from Seth Godin that presents the case for why You should be leading. Everybody can inspire a tribe towards collective action, regardless of where they sit in an organisation, and this book challenges you to step up, lead and challenge the status quo. There are some great snippets of information throughout, and I agree with most of what he is suggesting re Leadership, although there is also a hate message re Management that I think is a bit too strong. It is a good book for motivation and whilst not prescriptive in how to lead provides some good pearls of wisdom for leading in the digital age.
Mid-way through the book, I realized that I should watch The Best Years of Our Lives, the film mentioned throughout as Alice's dissertation subject. Once I did watch the film I went back and re-read Alice's deconstruction of the film and it also helped me understand some of the references, especially at the end where it really packed a punch even though I did not really like it. This is one of Auster's few novels that moved me emotionally. I loved the non-linear style the chapters were set up where we thought we were reading about Miles, but then the chapters became character sketches of each participant in Miles' life. Why didn't I like the ending? I guess because I have to agree with one of the reviewers who said that the book feels like it was only 2/3 of the actually story. But then not all stories need to be finished, so we're all caught in a bind. Why I gave a 4/5 and not 5? The last 30 pages of the book threw me off balance, perhaps intentionally, but I did not like the assault. I did not have a vested interest in Morris Heller, and the last 30 pages seemed to be mostly about Morris Heller. So what happens to the protagonist?