A Basic Guide to Management
Robert J. Sherwood
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Management is a popular topic in business literature today, whether you are a leader or a manager. Roughly speaking, a leader has a compelling vision and sees beyond the day-to-day grind. A leader thinks big. A manager, on the other hand, is more concerned with short-sighted goals, such as paying this month's bills and figuring out what to do with that problem employee. While business gurus go into great detail about both types of business-people, they often fail to recognize one important fact. Most entrepreneurs, especially those in the start-up stage, have to be both of these people at the same time.
One reason this topic is so popular is because most business owners get easily caught up in the management of their business operations and, after some time, are unable to see the forest for the trees. The following lessons provide a balance of leader and management-oriented insight. Our hope is that by offering suggestions on the day-to-day struggles of running a business, you will have the opportunity to focus your sights on what's possible or you and your company.
Answer these questions, and more:
Do I need to revisit my business plan, or create a better one?
How can a contingency plan help me?
How can my business prosper following the Three Golden Rules?
How can I unlock more productivity though delegation? What is the best way to interview a potential employee, and review a current one?
This is a simple management book.
- Category: Self-Improvement
- Published: Jun 15, 2011
- Publisher: Silverbeargraphics
- Seller: SmartText Corporation
- Print Length: 70 Pages
- Language: English