Management in action: guidelines for new managers

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Battelle Press, Jun 1, 1985 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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Uniting theory and practice, Management in Action is the perfect tool for professionals who find themselves in management positions without the benefit of formal management training. It provides a holistic view of management in the form of a management model that is easily adapted to the reader's particular situation. Contents: A Philosophy of Management, The Manager as an Effective Human Being, Leadership Styles, Participative Management, Management by Objectives, Planning, Organizing, Staff and Staff Development, Motivating, Controlling

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