Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 2002, 248 pages
Today's new breed of technologically gifted employees often think and respond differently than their more traditional counterparts did. Managing Einsteins is the first book with tips and traps for managing these highly valued, fiercely independent workers — and, just as important, keeping them out of the grasp of your talent-starved competitors.
Pretty meaningless book. Takes a view of the "IT" staff as some half-gods and tries to make a case on how bad managers should handle them, instead of trying to make "bad" managers into "reasonable good" ones.
In the end, this is crap, nicely packaged.