Big league business thinking: the heavy hitter's guide to top managerial performance

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Prentice Hall, 1994 - Business & Economics - 356 pages
Just as batters in baseball must learn to hit every type of pitch to be successful, so, too, must managers be able to think effectively in all four of the areas that business problems fall into: factual problems, tangible problems, intangible problems, and people problems.
This dynamic book shows you how to master these problems, illustrating the hallmarks of excellent thinking about each type of problem, laying out the skills needed to address each, and supplying the tools to help managers analyze their strengths and weaknesses in each of the four areas of thinking.

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Paul F. Miller is Curator of The Preservation Society of Newport County.

Tom Gorman is a business book author and collaborator. He holds an MBA from NYU and is former director of editorial services at DRI/McGraw-Hill, where he edited the monthly "Forecast of the US Economy," Hes the author or editor of hundreds of articles, analyses, white papers, and speeches and the author of the DRI chief economists statement before the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress, along with "The Complete Idiots Guide to MBA Basics, Second Edition," and "The Complete Idiots Guide to Economics,

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