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on June 04, 2012 :
Famous by Friday back in the age of paper would have been called a slim volume, and that is one of its great charms. It’s a book of solutions to problems, and unlike most books of that type, there is no useless filler between the very practical advice.
It exists to expose you to techniques of problem solving at work, whether you’re the business of designing and making things, or working with a group of people selling things, or, like me, teaching in a large high school and dealing with several dozen problems a day regarding students, or lesson content, or administrators or “committees” and it’s VERY USEFUL. I keep it in my shirt pocket on a little 5 inch Samsung reader (along with Treasure Island and a half-dozen library books, and I don’t think one working day has gone by that I haven’t used it in my work.
The writer is very cunning, and so are his solutions. He’s also pretty funny. For a dollar ninety-nine, you can’t lose. This book could simplify your life.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)