The Manager's BookshelfBookshelf of the manager
This text presents a compilation of information to help the reader increase their understanding of managerial practice and presents the philosophy, opinions and experience of several writers whose work has attracted the interest of today's managerial world.
This is no problem: a considerable number of college and college graduates and experts would profit from it if they could learn about evidence-based leadership, visions, self-directed work groups, morals, fun at work, organization policies and/or intellectuality - but mostly they don't have the extra hours to study an entirely new workbook. Pierce and Newstrom have put together these concepts to produce a short, easy-to-understand text that is perfect for use in a variety of settings - whether it' s for teaching, learning or work.
Stay Current: This text presents a new series of essays from eighteen new bestsellers on the subject of business administration. In this issue, some of the issues covered are: not just a person's opinions, but just one side of the notion. Instead, this text has been compiled from a wide range of classical and modern resources to offer the reader the full range of managment Theory.
Overall, this text offers useful insight that stimulates self-reflection and encourages dialog with peers on the governance of today's organisations. A new series of lectures is introduced in the 10th issue of The Manager's Bookshelf. There are a number of new bestsellers, which replace a number of other somewhat outdated titles.
These ( and previous) reworkings were aimed at making The Manager's Bookshelf an indisputably extensive and up-to-date compilation of well legible books. As a reaction to the users' comments, the writers have shortened and tightened Part 1 so that it now contains two important readings: Firstly, an introductory article (exploring the bestseller's appeal, the reasons for the publication, the content of the bestsellers, a structural approach to their criticism, our choice policy and comments on the bestseller authors) and secondly, some warning remarks from some reflecting scientists.
Over the years, the writers have extended the bestseller section "Classics", as more popular titles have proven their worth. Part III has been added to give a sound perspective on the important issue of organisational culture. Upon request of the experts, the writers have produced a section on teams and teamwork.
Part XI's direction of attack has been altered to reflect both rationality and intuition in management decision-making. In Part 16, "Contemporary Thinkingabout Management", Henry Mintzberg's management's singular perspective and Thomas Friedman's thoughts on the transformation of the global economy were added.