All I've read is a few responses, which seem to be none too positive.
From the reviews, it sounds like he didn't take my advice:
Before doing anything else, draft a playbook.You'll recall:
In November 2008 Treaury Secretary Paulson wrote an Op-Ed in the New York Times in which he stated:Geithner has had at least a couple of months - much of that time formally responsibility-free - to put together a playbook, a gameplan...“There is no playbook for responding to turmoil we have never faced."
My response at the time – some six weeks after TARP legislation had been enacted – was, “WHAT’S HE BEEN DOING FOR THE PAST TWO MONTHS?
Shouldn’t Secretary Paulson’s top priority have been drafting a playbook?”
The reviews suggest he didn't, but is continuing Paulson's ad hoc approach.