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What's Wrong With Management and How to Get it Right

ISBN 
9781770228993
Format 
Trade Paperback
Recommended Price 
R250.00
Published 
July 2015
About the book: 
The role and responsibilities of business today are different than they were in the past. More than any other social institution, it is businesses that will determine our future. Yet companies worldwide continue to underperform. In his latest book, top strategy consultant Tony Manning brings managers the insights and advice they need for the coming decades of turbulence and hypercompetition.
 
Drawing lessons from 100 years of management history, he highlights the failure of the management advice industry to produce new ideas, showing how most management theory is distracting rather than helpful. He then identifies eight critical strategy practices that have stood the test of time, and explains how to apply them. Based on extensive research and practical experience, this fascinating and practical advice is a must-read for anyone interested in improving business results.
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About the Author
Tony Manning has been an independent strategy consultant since 1987. His clients include major firms in most industries, and numerous public sector organizations. He was formerly chairman of the Institute of Directors of Southern Africa.
 
Tony's books include the bestselling Making Sense of Strategy , Discovering the Essence of Leadership , Competing Through Value Management , Tony Manning’s Management Toolkit  and What’s Wrong With Management and How to Get It Right 

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