Getting Things Done when You are Not in Charge

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
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In today's workplace, your personal success -- and job satisfaction -- depend on knowing what you want to accomplish, on your ability to collaborate with colleagues whose goals may be different from your own, and on your understanding of what is really going on in your organization. You know how difficult and frustrating it can be to get things done. But the truth is that you are not as powerless as you may feel. In Getting Things Done When You Are Not in Charge Geoffrey Bellman shares his proven techniques for: * Enlisting key players from other departments in your cause
* Building support from your management for initiating change
* Taking risks and creating rewards for yourself in the workplace
* Dealing with organizational politics and power
* Building and leading effective teams and task forces
* Increasing both your job performance and personal satisfaction at work With a wealth of practical approaches that you can use in your daily work, this is an invaluable guide to empowering yourself.

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Getting Things Done When You Are Not in Charge: How to Succeed from a Support Position

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Written for support professionals working in large organizations, this book provides practical suggestions for initiating change within the corporation. These suggestions are grounded in a model for ... Read full review


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Geoffrey M. Bellman has nearly thirty years of experience in getting things done in large organizations. He has spent fourteen years working inside Fortune 500 companies and sixteen years building a nationally known consulting practice in Seattle, Washington.

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