The Reality of Management

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Routledge, Oct 2, 2012 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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The Reality of Management, now in its third edition, carves a clear course through the fads and fashions of management theory providing the manager with a practical and usable guide to managing effectively.

First published in the 1960s, this thoroughly revised and updated edition finds the fundamentals of managing remain the same. It provides a unique long perspective on current managerial fashions, on the evidence of their utility and distinguishing what is new from what is reinvention.

The Reality of Management is addressed to all managers who wish to learn more about their jobs for the practical reason of becoming better managers and to all students who seek to learn something of the realities of management.
 

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Contents

Part One The Job
1
Part Two The Organization
77
Part Three Contrasts in Management
127
Part Four Managing Now and in the Future
177
References
192
Index
203
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