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How To Be Your Own Management Guru

How To Be Your Own Management Guru

Morgen Witzel
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How smart a manager are you? How good are you at leveraging your knowledge and skills in order to provide value for your business and your customers? How smart is your management team when it comes to understanding both the fundamentals of business and new trends? How to Be Your Own Management Guru is the perfect answer to those looking to master the fundamentals of managing in the modern world: how to make and implement strategy; how to understand and respond to customer needs; how to manage and get the best out of people; and above all, how to use knowledge. Drawing on both business research and examples of best practice from around the world, past and present, How to Be Your Own Management Guru will help readers manage more effectively, and do business the smart way.

Imprint: India Portfolio

Published: Apr/2010

ISBN: 9780143068662

Length : 224 Pages

MRP : ₹299.00

How To Be Your Own Management Guru

Morgen Witzel

How smart a manager are you? How good are you at leveraging your knowledge and skills in order to provide value for your business and your customers? How smart is your management team when it comes to understanding both the fundamentals of business and new trends? How to Be Your Own Management Guru is the perfect answer to those looking to master the fundamentals of managing in the modern world: how to make and implement strategy; how to understand and respond to customer needs; how to manage and get the best out of people; and above all, how to use knowledge. Drawing on both business research and examples of best practice from around the world, past and present, How to Be Your Own Management Guru will help readers manage more effectively, and do business the smart way.

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Morgen Witzel

Morgen Witzel is an internationally known writer, lecturer and consultant. He is honorary senior fellow at the University of Exeter Business School, senior consultant with the Winthrop Group of business historians, and editor-in-chief of Corporate Finance Review. His fourteen previous books include Management: The Basics, Fifty Key Figures in Management, Builders and Dreamers: The Making and Meaning of Management, Doing Business in China, Managing in Virtual Organisations and Management History: Text and Cases. He has written more than 2000 articles, essays and reviews spanning many different aspects of management, from strategic thinking and organisation to business ethics and corporate social responsibility.

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