|Series||A Free Press paperback|
|LC Classifications||HF5500 E85 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||218|
The Managerial Mind Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover $ 1 Used from $ Paperback $ 4 Used from $Manufacturer: Free Press. Tools alone are no substitute for insight and ethics -- the products of the educated and mature managerial mind. Paul Glen helps technical organizations to grow better leaders and managers Author: Paul Glen. For those who have read Drucker's extensive writings, this significant volume offers deeper insight into his more novel and far-reaching concepts. Filled with useful summaries and checklists of key lessons, Peter Drucker: Shaping the Managerial Mind distills a lifetime of wisdom and experience for managers and students everywhere/5. John Flaherty's book is both an intellectual adventure and a practical guide to Peter Drucker's thinking. Peter Drucker: Shaping the Managerial Mind should be in the book bag of everyone hoping to lead change or build an effective organization." ― Frances Hesselbein, chairman of the board, the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit ManagementCited by: 1.
" Mind Tools for Managers is an essential guide to anyone working in management today. It provides a clear playbook for how to tackle all the day-to-day challenges managers face at work, expressed in simple, jargon-free language." ―Judy McReynolds, Chairman, President and CEO, ArcBest CorporationReviews: An unusual management book on decision-making by a leading authority on conceptual thinking. Some people might think that management is all about strategies and their effective implementation or knowing how to manage people and resources, but this author stresses again and again that it is all about how one thinks. Additionally, if you or your employees are suffering from any of the archetypes, Lafair’s advice can help you break out of the unhealthy mind space and become your best self. You’ll learn how to carefully observe your behavior to discover patterns, probe deeper into your past, and positively transform your work self. Managerial Grid Model is a popular framework for looking at management and your approach to some of the core managerial tasks. The Grid can help you identify your own strengths and weaknesses as a manager, helping you understand the impact your decision-making can have on the team’s mood and the efficiency of achieving results.
The managerial emphasis: commitment to the organization --Dilemmas of the managerial mind --The importance of nonconformity --Tensions and the managerial environment --The managerial zest for problems --The managerial attitude toward manipulation --The manager's expectations --Levels of knowledge in managerial thinking --Teaching and the. By Desda Moss Octo Being a manager is a tough job, but being a great one is even tougher. Just consider the array of knowledge and skills it takes to deal with a variety of people. James Burnham’s book from , The Managerial Revolution, is essential reading if you want to understand what has gone wrong with the . OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages 21 cm: Contents: The managerial emphasis: commitment to the organization --Dilemmas of the managerial mind --The importance of nonconformity --Tensions and the managerial environment --The managerial zest for problems --The managerial attitude toward manipulation --The manager's expectations --Levels of knowledge in managerial .