Win Win Management: Leading People in the New Workplace

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Prentice Hall, Aug 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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With rapid changes in technology and global competition combining to reshape the corporate landscape, the role of supervisor has dramatically changed from what it was only a few years ago. Directly addressing the issues and problems facing those who manage today's workers, this breakthrough book provides supervisors with a how-to blueprint for the twenty-first century.

Designed to help new as well as seasoned supervisors expedite often difficult and time-consuming tasks, it delivers proven solutions for a myriad of supervisory challenges, including how to:
-- Manage a diverse, multicultural workforce that includes full-timers, part-timers, temporary workers, and telecommuters
-- Change from an autocratic to an enlightened management style
-- Introduce new technology to resistant workers
-- Preserve employee loyalty through thick and thin
-- Avoid the pitfalls of the team approach

Brimming with practical, accessible advice, this is an invaluable tool for helping supervisors carve out their new role within the changing organization.

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The Pitfalls and Problems of the New Workplace
How to Balance Employee Needs Against Workload Demands
Prudent Ways to Cope if You Have to Cut Costs

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About the author (1999)

George Fuller is a veteran business writer with over 20 years of management experience. The author of The Supervisor's Big Book of Lists, Supervisor's Portable Answer Book, and The Negotiator's Handbook, (Prentice Hall), he has written over 500 articles on management and supervision and writes a syndicated column which appears in 45 business newspapers and magazines. He lives in Sarasota, Florida.

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