Andrew S. Grove Quotes.

1. "People who have no emotional stake in a decision can see what needs to be done sooner."
- Quote by Andrew S. Grove

2. "Selectivity - the determination to choose what we will attempt to get done and what we won't - is the only way out of the panic that excessive demands on our time can create."
- Quote by Andrew S. Grove

3. "Ada kecenderungan untuk meninggalkan kegagalan dan membiarkannya tertimbusdek masa.Jumlah pembelajaran yang amat banyak terbazir begitu saja kerana kegagalan tidak di kupas sepenuhnya.Jadi pembelajaran sebenar adalah apa yg dipelajari drpd kegagalan."
- Quote by Andrew S. Grove

4. ""This compound should be available from most good drugstores." I got increasingly annoyed with this phrase because in the world I lived in, even ordinary soap was available only intermittently............In an economy that operated by central planning, shortages of just about everything were commonplace." the author dexcribing life in Hungary in the 1950s under Communist Russian rule."
- Quote by Andrew S. Grove

5. "We must recognize that no amount of formal planning can anticipate changes such as globalization and the information revolution we’ve referred to above. Does that mean that you shouldn’t plan? Not at all. You need to plan the way a fire department plans. It cannot anticipate where the next fire will be, so it has to shape an energetic and efficient team that is capable of responding to the unanticipated as well as to any ordinary event."
- Andrew S. Grove, High Output Management

6. "Let chaos reign, then rein in chaos."
- Andrew S. Grove, High Output Management

7. "we confused the manager’s general competence and maturity with his task-relevant maturity."
- Andrew S. Grove, High Output Management

8. "There is no question that having standards and believing in them and staffing an administrative unit objectively using forecasted workloads will help you to maintain and enhance productivity."
- Andrew S. Grove, High Output Management

9. "Just as you would not permit a fellow employee to steal a piece of office equipment worth $2,000, you shouldn’t let anyone walk away with the time of his fellow managers."
- Andrew S. Grove, High Output Management

10. "The key idea is that we construct our production flow by starting with the longest (or most difficult, or most sensitive, or most expensive) step and work our way back."
- Andrew S. Grove, High Output Management

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