Be an Even Better Manager: Improve Performance, Profits, and Productivity

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Self-Counsel, Jan 1, 1990 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
Good managers are not born, they're made. This practical, down-to-earth guide to management skills provides the basic information you need to become the best. Each succinct chapter covers one vital aspect of effective management, using case histories and examples to graphically illustrate the day-to-day applications described in the book. Includes:
-- Achieving results and appraising people
-- Budgeting and cost cutting
-- Change management and counselling others
-- Communicating effectively and managing conflict
-- Crisis management behavior
-- Efficiency and effectiveness
-- Excellence and how to achieve it
-- Leadership and creative thinking
-- Presentations and effective speaking
-- Problem solving and decision making

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Contents

a Overall approach
8
Budgetary control
21
CLEAR THINKING
35
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About the author (1990)

Michael Armstrong is an independent management consultant and the internationally bestselling author of The Handbook of Management and Leadership, How to be an Even Better Manager, and Reward Management, among others.

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