A Handbook of Management Techniques: A Comprehensive Guide to Achieving Managerial Excellence and Improved Decision Making

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Kogan Page, 2006 - Business & Economics - 640 pages
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Now in its fourth edition, this bestselling guide to modern management techniques is the ideal companion for all managers, as well as an essential reference for business students.

A Handbook of Management Techniques boasts over 100 systematic and analytical methods used by managers to assist in decision-making and to improve efficiency and effectiveness. The techniques contained in this weighty tome (over 700 pages) cover all fields of modern management. Diagrams support the text throughout and, as always, the acclaimed author, Michael Armstrong writes in an accessible and easy-to-read style.

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Michael Armstrong is a Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) Fellow and Chief Examiner. He is an independent management consultant and the internationally bestselling author of A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice, The Handbook of Management and Leadership, How to be an Even Better Manager, Strategic Human Resource Management, Performance Management and Reward Management.

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