The Management Book picks out the top issues you are likely to face on a daily basis as a manager. It shows you how to maximise your own performance and that of your team in each of these areas, so that you deliver the outstanding results you want. For every challenge, the book gives you: Key objectives for managers * *Common issues faced in achieving these objectives. *A streamlined overview of the issue and what it means. *Pointers on when to focus on this issue. *A results-focused checklist of action points. Clearly structured in 36 short sections, this practical book provides rapid, accessible advice on all the essential management challenges. Structured with the busy manager in mind, you can dip into any section of the book and read it as an individual piece of advice or read it end-to-end to gain an overall picture of management. Richard Newton is a skilled executive with 25 years experience in both line management and consultancy roles, across a range of sectors. He has degrees in mechanical engineering and economics and diplomas in software engineering and philosophy. Richard founded the company Enixus in 2005 to provide consultancy and interim management services. He has worked around the world and has written 7 books to date, including the FT Briefing on Change Management; The Management Consultant and The Project Manager's Book of Checklists.The Management Book picks out the top issues you are likely to face on a daily basis as a manager.
|Title||:||The Management Book|
|Publisher||:||FT Press - 2011|