The Management Century: A Critical Review of 20th Century Thought and Practice
It's been with us since the dawn of civilization. But only in the past one hundred years has management been recognized, and formalized, as a profession. Now, in The Management Century, business journalist Stuart Crainer offers a fascinating, lively tour of management's golden age in a book filled with historic characters any novelist would envy. From Henry Ford to W. Edwards Deming, the innovators Crainer visits here are as in-triguing as the ideas they championed. It's a work that breathes real life into a chronology that's embedded with valuable insights for every student of management theory and practice.
Read the preface of this book by clicking here.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.