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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Management For Dummies.
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., ©2011
|Document Type:||Book, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Pettinger; Bob Nelson; Peter Economy
|Description:||1 online resource (638 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Table of Contents; Title Page; Introduction; Part I: So You Want to Be a Manager; Chapter 1: You're a Manager --
Now What?; Chapter 2: Lead, Follow or Get Out of the Way; Part II: Managing People; Chapter 3: Making the Million-Pound Decision: Recruitment and Selection; Chapter 4: Inspiring Employees to Better Performance; Chapter 5: Coaching, Mentoring and Development; Part III: Making Things Happen; Chapter 6: Setting Goals and Targets; Chapter 7: Being an Expert at Performance Appraisal and Management; Chapter 8: Being an Expert Manager within Your Environment. Part IV: Working with (Other) PeopleChapter 9: Knowing and Understanding Your Stakeholders; Chapter 10: Communicating Effectively; Chapter 11: Working Together in Teams and Groups; Chapter 12: Managing Flexible Workers; Part V: Tough Times for Tough Managers; Chapter 13: Understanding and Managing Risk; Chapter 14: Dealing with Ethics and Office Politics; Chapter 15: Managing Change at Work; Chapter 16: Setting Standards and Enforcing Them: Employee Discipline; Chapter 17: Handling Resignations, Dismissals and Redundancies; Part VI: Tools and Techniques for Managing. Chapter 18: Budgeting and AccountingChapter 19: Harnessing the Power of Technology; Chapter 20: Formulating Strategies for Being a Global Manager; Chapter 21: Keeping Track of Management Trends; Part VII: The Part of Tens; Chapter 22: Ten Common Management Mistakes; Chapter 23: Ten Common Management Myths; Chapter 24: Ten Great Ways to Engage Your Employees (and Keep Them Engaged!); Chapter 25: Ten (Plus Two) Classic Business Books You Need to Know About; Cheat Sheet.