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Starting to manage: the essential skills (IEEE Engineers Guide to Business, Vol 8)

Опубликовано на портале: 11-11-2004
Изд-во: IEEE Press, 1996, 180 с.
Many people become managers simply because they are good at the job they were doing - not because they know how to manage. Yet few people are then given training. For these people, the book Starting to Manage provides an outline of the skills which they need to assume their new responsibility.
The skills you need to manage a small team are really common sense, but to develop that common sense you need to examine the problems and to be given some initial ideas about solutions.
Starting to Manage is a how-to guide for people with responsibility for small teams and small projects. To manage a team, you need to be skilled in:
- Communication (Presentations, Writing, Conversation)
-Leadership (Team-work, Delegation, People)
-Organization (Time Management, Quality, Project Planning)... ... and that is what this book is about. It deals simply with the range of skills the manager needs to get the job done. Nine chapters focus upon the nine skills above by providing practical ideas and small exercises to show you how to practise these skills at work as you learn them. And the final chapter discusses greatness.

Many people become managers simply because they are good at the job they were doing - not because they know how to manage. Yet few people are then given training. For these people, the book Starting to Manage provides an outline of the skills which they need to assume their new responsibility.
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