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Management Tips: From Harvard Business Review

3.74 of 5 stars 3.74  ·  rating details  ·  66 ratings  ·  9 reviews
As a manager, you’re shouldering more and more responsibilities—from maximizing your team’s performance to increasing your company’s market share to building profitable customer relationships. On top of all that, you need to orchestrate your own time and keep your career on track.

The challenges are stacking up—but you’ve got less and less time to figure out how to tackle
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Hardcover, 224 pages
Published October 4th 2011 by Harvard Business Review Press (first published September 13th 2011)
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Chindona Ananda
A Gift. "Time flies like an arrow; There's never enough time to do all the nothing you want." ~ Bill Watterson #HBR #Management #Leadership #OrganizationalChange
Distyana
Good summary from HBR article. To the point and easy to read. Good book for employee and entrepreneur.
Shrutin
An extensive and well thought-out compilation of useful suggestions across various aspects of management. There were a few differently worded repetitions, but otherwise,it covers a lot, from topics most of us are aware of but don't practice, to a few really thought-provoking ones.!
Hriday
Average book. Gets repetitive. Not a great book for learning new things but a good book to have on your desk if you want visual iteration on a periodic basis.

Jen
Quite a few good tips but a bit repetitive. Also, some of the information seemed contradictory. Still, great to reference.
Terri
Good little book to consult when you have a basic question or wondering how to handle a certain situation.
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Jude Brigley
Good commonsense
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