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The traditional model of management, the human relations model, the systems model, are all overtaken by the fourth blueprint a frame of reference claimed to be more relevant to the world we live and work in.
A study of US female chief executive officers CEOs identifies the women as more creative, better qualified, and appointed to the role of CEO at a younger age. Although female CEOs identify the importance of motivation, personal drive and people skills as key reasons for success, they equally...
Many 1980s western managers, stressed by global changes in resource costs, competitive pressures, and technological imperatives, strive to emulate Japanese management models and practices, such as Quality Circles QCs. The implementation and culturalmotivational barriers to an effective QC...
In language that the practising manager can use, findings from several years of important research on managerial decision making are summarised. Four major traps of faulty decision making are identified and managers are shown how to avoid these traps and to improve their decisionmaking skills.
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