Fast Track to Business Success (Collection)
FT Press, May 7, 2012 - Business & Economics - 712 pages
Master Powerful New Ways to Manage Innovation, Projects, People, and Performance!
Three great books present breakthrough techniques for managing innovation, projects, people, and business performance! Innovation: Fast Track to Success presents a practical framework for identifying new commercial opportunities and developing new and better ways of doing things. This integrated framework helps you get all six key elements of innovation right: planning, pipeline, process, platform, people, and performance. Project Management: Fast Track to Success shows how to adapt and simplify project management tools and techniques to make them maximally relevant to modern business operational activities. Finally, in Managing People & Performance: Fast Track to Success, David Ross shows how to get the best possible performance out of every member of your team, whatever their personality or skillset. Ross shows how to build a high-performance team by gaining deep insight into each individual team member and motivating them to work together to deliver the results you need. Together, these three books will teach you the key skills you need to excel as a manager--and accelerate your career development!
From world-renowned leaders in optimizing business performance, including Andy Bruce, David Birchall, Patrick Harper-Smith, Simon Derry, and David Ross
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
achieve action activities approach areas assess behaviors best practice breakdown structure budget career checklist commitment company’s competitors create creative critical path critical path analysis culture customers decisions deliver Digital dashboard director effective ensure environment example Fast Track managers focus fºr Gantt chart goals ideas identify impact implementation improvement individual innovation champion innovation framework innovation process involved key opinion leaders key performance indicators key stakeholders knowledge KPIs leader leadership learning look meetings monitoring objectives open innovation opportunities organization overall performance management players portfolio potential priorities project management project team Quick Tip quick wins responsibility assignment matrix risk management role senior management skills specific strategic success factors tasks team members team’s things tools and techniques understand unique selling proposition University of Reading yºu