I am reading through [i]Doing What Matters[/i]
This book reinforces themes you will also find in The Effective Executive. I also find parallels with the decisions Kilts made in his career to how I can make changes in the non-profit sector.
However, one concept I struggle with is: "Say what you're going to do, only after you have done it."
I have read through the first third of the book thus far. The section on when to take action is helpful. Each chapter has a summary of key point a the end. The chapter on "Enthusiasm Matters" seemed (to me) uneven and wandered off-topic quite a bit.