THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF MANAGEMENT

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The Ten Commandments Of Quality Management

Author : Ajit Silva
ISBN : 9780595802326
Genre : Business & Economics
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Based on twenty years of management research, observations, practices, and experiences, "The Ten Commandments of Quality Management" will create the next generation of great leaders! Author Ajit Silva compares and contrasts the behavior patterns of traditional managers to quality managers and examines the ensuing outcomes of pursuing each management style. He also recommends using the quality management technique to organizations that want to raise employee morale, reduce attrition, increase productivity, increase customer satisfaction, increase profits, and expand market share by taking business away from the competition. The Employees-Customers-Owners (ECO) concept summarizes the behavior of quality managers. If ECO is not practiced, the results can be detrimental to an organization. The 'Ten Commandments" discussed include the following: Employee Champion Customer Champion Continuous Improvement A Learning Organization Leadership Paradigm Shift Corporate Goals, Not Individual Agendas " The Ten Commandments of Quality Management " will benefit corporate employees, college students, graduate degree candidates, and the average consumer-anyone seeking to have a successful management career!
Category: Business & Economics

The Ten Commandments Of Management

Author : George W. Holland
ISBN : 9780692855799
Genre : Business & Economics
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A 2014 Gallup poll indicates that the persons chosen by corporations for management positions are unsuccessful 82% of the time. The reasons for this high degree of failure have been attributed to multiple areas. One is the method in which the person is selected, since we often reward good performances with promotions to management. Another is the environment in which a person must manage, such as high stress, employee hostility, and even apathetic uninvolvement by both staff and management. The one area receiving the smallest amount of attention is with training. Most employers point to the plethora of management training courses offered in-house and online. Their assumption is that every facet of management must be covered in the curriculum that is offered. However, most don't realize that there are two basic components required for success; the tasks a manager performs and the way a manager behaves. The available management courses cover the tasks quite well and in detail. But, management behaviors are addressed, at best, only obliquely. The Ten Commandments of Management describes the ten essential behaviors that are required to be a successful manager in business. These make up such an important component of management that the omission of any one behavior can impede a career, or destine it to failure.
Category: Business & Economics

The Ten Commandments Of Management

Author : K. Palmer Hartl (author.)
ISBN : 1940192307
Genre : Business & Economics
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Christians are called to respect and care about all people; managers are, too. This is the underlying philosophy of The Ten Commandments of Management. Using proven business models mixed with appropriate Biblical references, this book provides the ten things managers need to know how to do. Following these commandments will make you a more successful manager and those who report to you more effective, productive and successful, as well. What could be better than achieving a win/win outcome in your business? Sometimes this means moving people out of the wrong job, sometimes it means offering a hand up. Too many managers and too many employees relate to each other within a parent-child paradigm. Read the Ten Commandments of Management to learn how to manage Adults through being an Adult. If you know nothing else about management, know these Ten Commandments.
Category: Business & Economics

The Human Way

Author : Kelly Odell
ISBN : 9781911498056
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Ten Commandments Of Success

Author : James A. Belasco
ISBN : 1893224163
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this inspired reworking of the biblical commandments, management expert James A. Belasco shows how to bring success and meaning into life, become a more confident leader at work and home, and more.
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Enterprise Wide Coaching

Author : John Hoover
ISBN : 9789352806454
Genre : Business & Economics
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Executive coaching is one of the most expensive investments organizations make in leadership development. Yet, conducting executive coaching engagements as individual, disconnected assignments with nothing to guarantee alignment, continuity, and cultural consistency is an expensive mistake at best. In Enterprise-wide Coaching, Dr John Hoover skillfully uses his decades of experience in consulting organizations and coaching individuals to suggest how and why coaching leaders should be aligned with organizational goals and must keep the voice and interests of the organization alive in all coaching engagements. The Ten Commandments will also help managers of coaching functions in organizations and the coaches they hire to design and structure organizational coaching engagements through an organization development lens. This will ensure that the coaches paid for by an organization for the purpose of developing, correcting, or enhancing management or leadership skills and behaviors in individuals and groups will work in tandem with the organization’s talent, leadership, and global business strategy, thereby producing maximum return on the coaching investment.
Category: Business & Economics

The Ten Commandments For Business Failure

Author : Donald R. Keough
ISBN : 9781101535257
Genre : Business & Economics
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Don Keough—a former top executive at Coca-Cola and now chairman of the elite investment banking firm Allen & Company—has witnessed plenty of failures in his sixty-year career (including New Coke). He has also been friends with some of the most successful people in business history, including Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Jack Welch, Rupert Murdoch, and Peter Drucker. Now this elder statesman reveals how great enterprises get into trouble. Even the smartest executives can fall into the trap of believing in their own infallibility. When that happens, more bad decisions are sure to follow. This light-hearted “how-not-to” book includes anecdotes from Keough's long career as well as other infamous failures. His commandments for failure include: Quit Taking Risks; Be Inflexible; Assume Infallibility; Put All Your Faith in Experts; Send Mixed Messages; and Be Afraid of the Future. As he writes, “After a lifetime in business I've never been able to develop a step-by-step formula that will guarantee success. What I could do, however, was talk about how to lose. I guarantee that anyone who follows my formula will be a highly successful loser.”
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The 10 Commandments For Family Business

Author : Kavil Ramachandran
ISBN : 9789351504962
Genre : Business & Economics
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Family business: we live it, we breathe it, yet we do not understand its significance entirely. This book helps in understanding the phenomenon of family business better. The 10 commandments in this book work like a handbook for business families to refer to and act upon.
Category: Business & Economics