Management

Management

 
Bionomics Rothschild, Michael Henry Holt and Company , 1990 Economics & Finance, Management

The bionomic perspective is indeed a fresh way of observing the facts of society and the economy. In Bionomics, Rothschild not only offers a new paradigm but a new paradigm of a whole new world. The author assimilates...

 
 
Dave's Way Thomas, R. David G.P. Putnam's Sons , 1991 Business Biographies, Leadership, Management

In approximately 30 years, the fast-food business has grown from nothing to an almost $70 billion industry, giving Thomas the biggest single stake in one of the country’s largest restaurant chains, and making him a...

 
 
Principle-Centered Leadership Covey, Stephen R. The Free Press , 1992 Leadership, Management, Personal Growth

A compass to personal fulfillment and professional success through timeless ethical and managerial principles. Covey incorporates the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People and related principles and...

 
 
Quality or Else Dobyns, Lloyd | Crawford-Mason, Clare Houghton Mifflin Company , 1991 Management

An historical approach that explains the origins and progress of the U.S. quality movement. Dobyns and Crawford-Mason completely demystify the theories of America’s four main quality gurus: Deming, Crosby, Juran, and...

 
 
Workforce America! Loden, Marilyn | Rosener, Judy B. Business One/Irwin , 1991 Diversity, Human Resources, Management, Social Responsibility

In Workforce America, the authors contend that-contrary to what some believe-managing diversity as an asset does not require expertise in cultural differences. The only prerequisite is a framework for analyzing the...

 
 
Why This Horse Won't Drink Matejka, Ken AMACOM , 1990 Human Resources, Management, Productivity

In Why This Horse Won’t Drink, Matejka explicitly states that employee happiness is not the issue, that it is not the manager’s job to make it happen. Management’s function is to set performance at the...

 
 
Managing the Future Tucker, Robert B. G.P. Putnam's Sons , 1991 Major Works, Management

In Managing for the Future, Tucker details the 10 driving forces of change for the 90s -viewing change as a dynamic and optimistic force. Theory and description flow smoothly in seamless transitions that not only sweep...

 
 
The Man Who Discovered Quality Gabor, Andrea Times Books , 1990 Business Biographies, Major Works, Management

The Man Who Discovered Quality is an in depth introduction to W. Edwards Deming, his work, the various applications, the problems and opportunities, and his philosophy of variation. The author explains...

 
 
China Inc. Fishman, Ted C. Charles Scribner's Sons , 2005 Global Business, Management

Propelled by the world's most rapidly changing, super-sized economy, China has begun to influence the daily lives of consumers, workers, citizens, and even parents, worldwide. China Inc. paints a vividly detailed,...

 
 
The Hero's Farewell Sonnenfeld, Jeffrey Oxford University Press , 1988 Leadership, Management, Social Responsibility

Society has come to recognize the leaders of modern corporations as heroes. As men and women take high corporate offices today, they are expected to play a kind of heroic role in guiding the destiny of their firms....

 
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