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Management Tips is a collection of tips by experts, designed for managers. The book is filled with ideas, suggestions, and insights about how to successfully practice management. This guide by Harvard Business Review is ideal for every leader and manager.
Summary Of The Book
Management Tips from Harvard Business Review was published in 2011. Harvard Business Review, established in 1922, is a management magazine that is published by Harvard University’s Harvard Business Publishing. Its English language circulation is 250,000, and it is printed ten times annually. The aim of this magazine is to improve the practice of management by using unique ideas and techniques.
Management Tips is a collection of articles from the ‘Management Tip of the Day’ column in Harvard Business Review. It brings together helpful advice, handy tips, and good insights to help managers perform well. Written by experts, this guide has been divided into three parts. The first one focuses on how a manager must learn to manage himself. The second portion illustrates to readers how one should manage their team.
Lastly, the book provides guidance on how to manage one’s business. Each part of Management Tips has fifty tips.
Managers who are facing a range of challenges will find this book to be useful. It teaches how to manage one’s time, provides inputs on gaining confidence in order to become a good leader, and shows how to improve one’s work. In today’s world, the role of the manager is not constant, and it involves fulfilling many different goals. Not only must the manager increase the company’s profits and improve the team’s performance, but he or she must also focus on their own career. This guide teaches how to do things more efficiently and how to build relations with customers that are strong and long-lasting.
Management Tips is a book that need not be read in a sequential order. Managers can quickly look through its pages while on a short snack break. A few minutes each day can go a long way in improving one’s managerial skills. Penned down by expert thinkers, ideas in this guide are fresh, practical, and extremely helpful.
|Publisher||Harvard University Press|
|Imprint||Harvard Business Review Press|
|Number of Pages||214 Pages|
|Publication Year||2011 October|
|Author||Harvard Business Review|
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Nov 10, 2012
Don't waste your moneyThough it has got some management tips but the book itself is just a collection of commonly used "gyan" quotes from general management books.
May 24, 2012
Management Tips.HRBThe book, MANAGEMENT TIPS from Harvard Business Review comprises of fifty tips on Self-management, fifty tips on Team management and fifty tips on Business management gives concentrated, yet simple and practical guidelines and redefinitions on the different sectors and avenues come across in loyal management and the career relevant to it to enrich the subordinates and empower the organisation with a well planned and decidedly stipulated timeslots to achieve the greatness in the profession entrusted or chosen by the one who are fully responsible for an effective and efficient management to make… (Expand)
Feb 1, 2012
Titles from HBRI started reading HBR magazine and the articles on HBR website from last 6 months. I find some of the articles and essential series very helpful.
Jan 1, 2015
Management TipsNicely written in a compact and condensed way. Short n Sweet. Very useful handy book.. Makes you feel read it in one go.
Srinivasan R , Coimbatore
Sep 1, 2012
Concise Capsule of thoughts for BusinessSpread around 3 sections on
Aug 7, 2012
MANAGEMENT TIPSMust for the people who wants to become a example for others.
Apr 9, 2012
Management TipsNice book, must read for all those who try to become Boss without understanding how is it done. This book also gives a hand on management of what is to be done at which particular junction during an interface with you subordinates and superiors.