Alpha Teach Yourself Management Skills in 24 Hours

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Alpha, 2001 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
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One of the biggest challenges a person faces in their career is becoming a manager. Not only must managers lead people, but they must motivate, organize and innovate. They must also be able to read financial statements, organize teams, develop strategy, resolve disputes and understand organizational culture. Prentice Hall Teach Yourself in 24 Hours offers new managers guidance in a well-organized, structured approach. Covering everything from negotiation and project management to interviews and performance appraisals, this book offers 24 straightforward chapters-- each of which can be read and studied in about an hour.

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Contents

Management in the New Workplace
19
The Global Environment
35
Managerial DecisionMaking
49
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About the author (2001)

Patricia Buhler is an adjunct professor at Goldey-Beacom College and a consultant with Buhler Business Consultants specializing in management issues.

She is a contributing editor for Supervision magazine, writing a bi-monthly column titled "Managing in the New Millennium."

She has been working in or with business for over 25 years. Author of over 100 published articles, she has also delivered numerous seminars across a wide variety of management topics.

She holds a doctorate in business administration and an MBA in management. Dr. Buhler received the Excellence in Teaching Award, twice received the Goldey-Beacom College Marketing-Management Role Model Award, was acknowledged for her outstanding contribution to consulting in the International Who's Who of Professional and Business Women 2000, and was named to Who's Who Among America's Teachers in 1999.

Dr. Buhler has also been active in her community. She works with her local Chamber of Commerce and has served on the boards of local colleges, assisting in the development of business curriculum offerings.

Dr. Buhler resides with her husband, daughter, and son in Newark, Delaware.

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