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Youre in Charge Now!

Youre in Charge Now!

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Published by Burt Gummer
This book has been written for people who are just starting out as managers. It doesn’t include large sections on the various management theories – instead, it concentrates on
how to manage. This means things like what to do, what to think about, and what to be aware of.
This book has been written for people who are just starting out as managers. It doesn’t include large sections on the various management theories – instead, it concentrates on
how to manage. This means things like what to do, what to think about, and what to be aware of.

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Published by: Burt Gummer on Nov 23, 2008
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1 Control v. motivation

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2 Procedures v. flexibility

17

3 Progress v. stability

18

4 Delegation v. personal control

19

5 Responsibility v. authority

20

6 Security v. risk-taking

21

7 Logic v. inspiration

22

8 Efficiency or effectiveness?

28

9 Importance or urgency?

32

10 Most problems have a social and technical aspect 45

11 The stock cycle

65

12 Formula for a successful meeting

93

13 Defining and filling jobs

121

14 The training cycle

134

15 Training needs analysis equation

135

16 The sequence of change

163

17 Scale of resistance to change

166

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