Managing Information

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Kogan Page, 1994 - Management - 96 pages
Identifies three key information processing skills for managers: Running meetings - Handling key issues - Communicating with staff on a regular basis. Preparing for a meeting & getting the required results are dealt with as a series of behavioral steps, while resolving unmanageable issues is demonstrated by the use of the multi-purpose focusing process. The book also provides an effective approach to communicating business information.

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Peter has been the Pastor of Charlotte Chapel in Edinburgh for 10 years

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