How to manage; the art of making things happen
How to manage; the art of making things happen.
Financial Times Prentice Hall
For managers at all levels and in all fields, Owen outlines skills that relate to intelligence, interpersonal relationships, and political savvy. He aims to show how it is possible to be managerially smart without being academically smart by describing skills and tools for dealing with challenges that all managers can learn. These include managing problems, tasks, money, people, coaching, motivation, and other aspects; and acquiring, using, and building power. The book lacks a bibliography. Owen has managed businesses around the world.
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