Middle managers have one foot in the senior management door, with the other firmly planted at the supervisory level; they are part of neither, yet they must advocate for bothaall while striving for upward mobility. In Making It in Management, Lawrence Anderson provides advice to ensure success for middle managers and middle-managers-to-be. Anderson, a seasoned organization change consultant with more than thirty years of experience, seeks to help managers looking for an edge to move them up the career ladder toward top management. Through anecdotes gained from on-the-job experience, he outlines three key areas: ac Where managers fit into the organization, the purpose of the organization, and the key roles that need to be executed ac What credible managers have to know and do to maintain the organizationas health ac How middle managers can enhance their career mobility by finding a good mentor, managing the boss, getting the best from consultants, and managing mind thoughts Making It in Management helps managers develop the kind of thinking they need to move up the corporate ladder and stay at the top.Almost each year since, Amazon has used innovation to boost its success. In 2009 its colored E-reader kindle Dx was introduced with great success. Imagine at the time ... Canadaa#39;s employee-owned domestic and spreading airline, WestJet.
|Title||:||Making It in Management|
|Author||:||Lawrence Anderson, PhD|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2011-08-08|