Running Things: The Art of Making Things Happen

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McGraw-Hill Education, May 1, 1986 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Become A ``Natural Born'' Leader. The art of leadership can be learned. It's all in Running Things: The Art of Making Things Happen, by well-renowned management expert Phil Crosby. Whether you want to run a boy scout troop or a multinational corporation, you'll discover the secrets of organizing and motivating people in an entertaining, fun-to-read style, You'll get practical guidance on: how to increase productivity and eliminate turnover; how to step forward and take control of any group; how to get people to put out 110% every time; how to guarantee that things will always happen on time; how to establish goals people want to meet; how to keep creative people happy; how to avoid personal ``burnout''; how to make everyone feel they're a part of the team; how to handle change quickly and painlessly.

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The Purpose of an Organization l
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The Role of the Leader
9
Arranging
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