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Self management in organizations : the dynamics of interaction

Author: Martin De Waele; Jean Morval; Robert Georges Sheitoyan
Publisher: Seattle : Hogrefe & Huber, ©1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This is a practical book for people under pressure at work. Drawing on their experience as consultants to many organizations, big and small, in both the public and private sectors, the authors have worked out a thoughtful yet down-to-earth framework which employees, managers, and business owners can use to help themselves become more productive, more confident, and possibly at the same time more at ease with  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martin De Waele; Jean Morval; Robert Georges Sheitoyan
ISBN: 0889370796 9780889370791 3456820348 9783456820347
OCLC Number: 25048209
Description: x, 226 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Self Management --
Self Management as a Practical Philosophy --
Self Management as Process --
Generic Processes of Self Management --
Self Management of the Appropriation Process --
Self Management of the Relation Process --
Self Management of the Decision Process --
Self Management of the Action Process --
From Self Management to Directing Others --
Developing a Personal Style: Going Beyond Models and Accepted Management Patterns --
Difficulties Inherent in Certain Environments --
Differentiating Skill in Self Management from Skill in Directing and Supporting Others --
Giving Direction and the Issue of Power --
A New Look at the Appraisal of Performance in Organizations --
Questions for Developing Insights on Self Management.
Responsibility: Martin De Waele, Jean Morval, Robert Sheitoyan.

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