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Extreme management : what they teach at Harvard Business School's Advanced Management Program

Author: Mark Stevens
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, ©2001.
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Summarizes what is taught at the renowned management school, focusing on decision making, global competition, corporate finance, organizational competence, and teamwork.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Stevens
ISBN: 0446523216 9780446523219
OCLC Number: 45129276
Description: xxxviii, 184 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction: A History of the Advanced Management Program --
The Principles of the Advanced Management Program --
The Inner Sanctum: Behind the Curtain of the Advanced Management Program --
First Strike Leadership: Mastering the Art and Science of Making Decisions and Motivating People --
Avoiding the Trap of Management by Fashion Trend --
Private Lists Can Provide Road Maps for Managerial Action --
Good Leaders Rewrite the Rules of Their Leaders --
Micromanagers Beware: Self-Protection Is Really Self-Limitation in Disguise --
In Business, Even War Heroes Have to Put Away the Sword --
The Quest for Perfection Is a Sure Sign of a Small Thinker --
First Find Your Comfort Zone--Then Find a Way Out --
Enlightened Leadership: The Power of the Perpetual Student --
Tuning the Stradivarius: Building World-Class Organizations --
Leveraging the Change Equation: D [times] M [times] P] Cost --
Bottom-up Learning: How Employee Criticism Can Make You a Better Manager --
Place Yourself in a Fishbowl: Emerge a Better Leader with the Organizational Fitness Profile --
Evolution + Revolution = Solution --
Leadership 101: The Jack Welch Way --
Three-Point System for Linking Strategy to Action --
Draw a Straight Line from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be --
Make Lists to Target Organizational Goals --
Motivate Subordinates to Embrace Change --
The Mind Is Mightier Than the Sword: Competitive Strategies and Tactics That Win --
Quality Is Good--Strategy Is Better --
In the Art and Science of Negotiating, the Heavyweights Start at the End and Work Backward.
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