Becoming a Successful Manager, Second Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, May 14, 2010 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
This comprehensive yet inviting-to-read guide has been completely updated to cover today's most critical management topics--from company culture to new technologies.

About the Book
Becoming a Successful Manager has all the tools and techniques for making a smooth transition into the role of manager. Drawing on both academic research and real-world experience, the authors teach readers how to apply what they call "The Discovery Method." Through practical exercises and thought-provoking questions, readers learn how to manage others as successfully as they have managed themselves. Updates include such timely topics as the evolving roles of managers, managing up, and other changes brought on by technology, new generational influences, and changes in overall corporate culture and expectations.

 

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Contents

Knowing the Territory
1
Establishing a Solid Departmental Foundation
53
Building on Your Foundation
135
Appendix
207
Index
213
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About the Authors

J. Robert Parkinson, Ph.D., serves on the faculty at Northwestern University. He is a consultant, trainer, and coach specializing in effective communications for major corporations, professional associations, and government agencies. He has hosted several radio programs and conducts seminars and personal coaching/counseling sessions in relationship building, management practices, and communication techniques.

Gary Grossman is the founder and CEO of Venn Strategy Group, which helps companies measure and manage strategy. He is an international consultant and trainer with expertise in using business intelligence and technology to build an integrated performance management culture. His clients have included several well known companies including Coca-Cola, Epson, and Avery Dennison.

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