Jonathan Rosenberg

  • "La passion de Bill pour l'innovation et le travail en équipe a été une aubaine non seulement pour Apple mais pour le monde entier. Le trillion dollar coach a capturé son énergie infatigable de façon à ce que les générations futures puissent bénéficier des leçons d'un des plus grands leaders de notre industrie." Tim Cook, PDG d'Apple De leur position privilégiée chez Google, Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg et Alan Eagle ont expérimenté personnellement comment Bill développait des relations de confiance, encourageait le développement personnel, insufflait du courage, mettait l'accent sur l'excellence opérationnelle, et cernait les tensions sous-jacentes qui inévitablement se font jour dans des environnements à évolution rapide. Afin d'honorer leur mentor et d'inspirer et d'enseigner les générations futures, ils ont codifié sa sagesse dans ce guide indispensable.

    Fondé sur les interviews de plus de quatre-vingts personnes qui connaissaient et aimaient Bill Campbell, Le trillion dollar coach explique les principes du Coach et les illustre d'histoires à propos de grandes entreprises et d'acteurs économiques avec lesquels il a travaillé et cultivé des liens d'amitié. Le résultat est un guide pour tous les managers et leaders avant-gardistes, qui les aidera à créer des équipes et des entreprises très performantes et qui évoluent plus vite.

  • Bill Campbell played an instrumental role in the growth of several prominent companies, such as Google, Apple, and Intuit, fostering deep relationships with Silicon Valley visionaries, including Steve Jobs, Larry Page, and Eric Schmidt. In addition, this business genius mentored dozens of other important leaders on both coasts, from entrepreneurs to venture capitalists to educators to football players, leaving behind a legacy of growing companies, successful people, respect, friendship, and love after his death in 2016. Leaders at Google for over a decade, Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg, and Alan Eagle experienced firsthand how the man fondly known as Coach Bill built trusting relationships, fostered personal growth-even in those at the pinnacle of their careers-inspired courage, and identified and resolved simmering tensions that inevitably arise in fast-moving environments. To honor their mentor and inspire and teach future generations, they have codified his wisdom in this essential guide. Based on interviews with over eighty people who knew and loved Bill Campbell, Trillion Dollar Coach explains the Coach's principles and illustrates them with stories from the many great people and companies with which he worked. The result is a blueprint for forward-thinking business leaders and managers that will help them create higher performing and faster moving cultures, teams, and companies.

  • Both Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg came to Google as seasoned Silicon Valley business executives, but over the course of a decade they came to see the wisdom in Coach John Wooden's observation that 'it's what you learn after you know it all that counts'. As they helped grow Google from a young start-up to a global icon, they relearned everything they knew about management. How Google Works is the sum of those experiences distilled into a fun, easy-to-read primer on corporate culture, strategy, talent, decision-making, communication, innovation, and dealing with disruption.

    The authors explain how the confluence of three seismic changes - the internet, mobile, and cloud computing - has shifted the balance of power from companies to consumers. The companies that will thrive in this ever-changing landscape will be the ones that create superior products and attract a new breed of multifaceted employees whom the authors dub 'smart creatives'. The management maxims ('Consensus requires dissension', 'Exile knaves but fight for divas', 'Think 10X, not 10%') are illustrated with previously unreported anecdotes from Google's corporate history.

    'Back in 2010, Eric and I created an internal class for Google managers,' says Rosenberg. 'The class slides all read 'Google confidential' until an employee suggested we uphold the spirit of openness and share them with the world. This book codifies the recipe for our secret sauce: how Google innovates and how it empowers employees to succeed.

  • Schmidt, Rosenberg and Eagle have written both an ode to this self-effacing man who preferred to stay in the shadows, and a guide to the way Campbell brought people on ... The book explains Campbell's various approaches to getting the best out of people