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The new boss : how to survive the first 100 days

Author: Peter Fischer
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Kogan Page, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A guide that provides you with the structure and guidance you need to minimise disruption and maximise performance during the crucial first 100 days. It provides you with tried and tested models and  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Fischer
ISBN: 9780749452704 0749452706
OCLC Number: 213765983
Language Note: Translated from the German.
Notes: "First published in Germany in 1993 by Redline Wirtschaft as Neu auf dem Chefsessel : erfolgreich durch die ersten 100 Tage"--Title page verso.
Description: xi, 142 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Chapter - 00: Introduction: Dos and don'ts of successful leadership transitions;Section - ONE: The seven building blocks of successful leadership transition;Chapter - 01: Building Block 1: Managing expectations proactively;Chapter - 02: Building Block 2: Developing the key relationships;Chapter - 03: Building Block 3: Constructively analysing the initial situation;Chapter - 04: Building Block 4: Establishing a set of motivating goals;Chapter - 05: Building Block 5: Fostering a positive climate for change;Chapter - 06: Building Block 6: Initiating changes effectively;Chapter - 07: Building Block 7: Using symbols and rituals;Section - TWO: Seven case studies illustrating successful leadership transition;Chapter - 08: Case Study 1: The internal promotion;Chapter - 09: Case Study 2: Entrepreneur wanted: the external candidate;Chapter - 10: Case Study 3: The big predecessor and the little successor;Chapter - 11: Case Study 4: The young high-potential manager;Chapter - 12: Case Study 5: The long-drawn-out start;Chapter - 13: Case Study 6: The assignment abroad;Chapter - 14: Case Study 7: Learning at headquarters: the challenge to managers from foreign subsidiaries
Other Titles: Neu auf dem Chefsessel.
Responsibility: Peter Fischer.
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"Fischer suggests ways in which newly appointed executives can minimize disruption and maximise performance in their new organizations during the first, crucial, 100 days of their new role." Human Read more...

 
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