This is a reprint of a previously published work. It deals with good mangement based on action and the judgment of the individual manager on deciding. BEYOND THE HYPE gets past the verbiage to reveal how things actually get done in organizations. Good management, maintain the authors, comes from. Beyond the Hype: Rediscovering the Essence of Management By Robert G. Eccles and Nitin Nohria /12 – Beard Books – Paperback – Reprint.
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Countering established business planning and design approaches, the authors, faculty members of the Harvard Business School, propose a more “robust,” action-oriented manager, characterized as mansgement, pragmatic and skilled in the use of language.
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There are no magic frameworks, no beyone bullets. Rather than prescribe yet another managerial quick-fix, they offer a fresh way of thinking – an “action perspective” – that highlights the judgment of the individual manager in confronting the constant challenges of organizational life. The authors do not argue that businesspersons who use these words and terms in contemporary business are going in the wrong direction or are being gulled. Almost every situation a manager faces during the course of his or her day has something to do with rhetoric: Instead of focusing on panaceas for revitalizing companies, the authors concentrate on the very essence of what managers do: Web, Tablet, Phone, eReader.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want hhe read. However, important research in recent decades strongly suggests that situational factors often dominate character in ethical decision making—for leaders and for members of their organizations. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. And me, I’m a right sucker for this, and I tend to managgement on a “I Drop the jargon and get the right things done.
Product details Paperback Publisher: Get to Know Us. It deals with good mangement based on action and the judgment of the individual manager on deciding appropriate action.
The effort to understand what the words are getting at and to assimilate them for professional and competitive reasons is drawing many businesspersons away from more fundamental business considerations, skills, and practices.
Priya marked it as to-read Jan 17, Editorial Washington Post May 19, Using and Understanding Rhetoric 2. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. It is from my point of view one of the dozen most useful books on management that I have run across.
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