2 edition of Techniques for modern managers with local cases found in the catalog.
Techniques for modern managers with local cases
S. A. Matthew
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Production, marketing, and finance.|
|LC Classifications||HD70.N43 M37 1980z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||94120490|
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As part of this case study we will try to focus and understand following aspects: Personality type. Conflict between individuals. Organizational politics -Divide and Conquer. Description of the Case: This is a case study of the Engineering (Product Development) group of the TBU division. MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES Thomas M. Thomson Managers always have been challenged to produce results, but the modern manager must produce them in a time of rapid technological and social change. Managers must be able to use this rapid change to produce their results; they must use the change and not be used or swallowed up by it.
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He was thinking about Rehman, the manager in-charge of purchasing, and his ability to work with George, the production manager, and Vipulabh, the marketing and.
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