El secreto: Lo que los grandes líderes saben...y hacen

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Editorial Norma, 2005 - 158 páginas
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No hay que esperar a ocupar la presidencia ejecutiva o gerencia de una multinacional para comenzar a descubrir el secreto de los grandes lderes, y cmo ellos han mejorado sus empresas, han incrementado sus utilidades y han transformado sus vidas y las de los dems.
 

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Kenneth Hartely Blanchard was born May 6, 1939, in Orange, New Jersey. He married Marjorie McKee, a business consultant, in 1962. He founded Blanchard Training and Development in 1977. Blanchard has cowritten several books on management, including one of the best-selling management books of all time, The One-Minute Manager (1982) with Spencer Johnson. In the book, the authors describe effective and efficient management skills. The basics to good management are setting goals, praising, and reprimanding. Blanchard says that these skills can easily be translated to work in the home as well as the office. Blanchard lives in San Diego, California.

Mark Miller served as the jazz critic for "The Globe and Mail" from 1978 to 2005 and, in addition to "A Certain Respect for Tradition", has completed six other books since 1982, including "Such Melodious Racket: The Lost History of Jazz in Canada, 1914-1949" (1997), "The Miller Companion to Jazz in Canada" (2001), and "Some Hustling This!: Taking Jazz to the World, 1914-1929" (2005) (all Mercury). He has also written for several popular and scholarly publications, notably "Coda", "Down Beat", the "Encyclopedia of Music in Canada", and "The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz". His photographs of jazz musicians have been published widely.

Angela Garcia is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine.

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