Management in action: guidelines for new managers
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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Abraham Maslow achieve activities approach to management assignment basic budget career planning carried commitment communication control function control system corrective action decision defined delegation dimensions effective human employee motivation enterprise environment established evaluation feel goals Theory guidelines hierarchy human relations management human resource important individual employees interview involves jectives key results areas Koontz leadership style management by objectives Managerial Maslow meeting ment mission needs one’s organization’s organizational objectives organizational structure participative management performance appraisal person PERT chart Peter Drucker philosophy of management problem solving productivity Quality Circles Rensis Likert requirements responsibility schedule scientific control scientific management situation staff development staff members staffing and staff step strategic plan strategy stress supervisor tactical plan task force organization team members theoretical framework Theory X Theory Z approach Theory Z leader Theory Z management tion tive upper management William Ouchi York