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The Outstanding Middle Manager

Author : Gordon Tinline
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Recent research shows that the number of people in senior specialist and middle management positions is growing. As organizations continue to flatten, the middle becomes the place where many will spend the majority of their careers. The Outstanding Middle Manager is the new guide to dealing with those pressures specific to the role and maximizing the opportunities to forge a fulfilling and balanced career in the middle. Drawing on the latest research into workplace trends, strategic management and work-life balance, Tinline and Cooper focus on middle management as an opportunity level. Readers can discover: strategies for managing upwards as well as downwards, how to deal effectively with generational differences and an evolving workplace, influencing, empowerment and team-building skills, and stress- and life-management strategies that bring clarity and purpose. With a focus on lateral development and progression as a career choice, The Outstanding Middle Manager empowers readers to take control of their mid-level career to become more fulfilled, more resilient and more satisfied.

OUTSTANDING in the MIDDLE

Author : Birgitta Sjoestrand
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Being a role model and outstanding as a middle manager makes you and your team successful. This book is about leading yourself and your team through change and conflicts with essential influencing skills. It is an understandable read for non-native English speakers. Don't see others run past you, step up, be the leader in the middle! Buying this book today, it's your best decision.Birgitta Sjöstrand is an outstanding leadership trainer, coach and public speaker working internationally with both large and small organisations for more than 15 years.

Middle managers as agents of collaboration

Author : Williams, Paul
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This important book examines the role, behaviours and management practices of middle managers operating within the context of collaboration – complex inter-organizational and multi-sector settings that demand cross boundary governance, policy and practice to tackle challenging contemporary societal problems and issues. Presenting new evidence and offering perspectives from both the public and private sectors, the author critically explores the main themes that are integral to the management challenges facing this cadre of managers. The book sets out the implications of this research for policy and practice and offers practical recommendations to policy makers and managers working in this area.

The Public Sector Middle Manager

Author : Mai-Brith Schartau
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Economic Theories of International Politics

Author : Bruce M. Russett
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Management Accounting

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Training

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Awards Honors and Prizes

Author : Paul Wasserman
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Listing and description of 2228 awards, honors, and prizes given for outstanding achievement in the United States and Canada. Science, technology, and medicine are among the 28 broad fields covered. Main listing by organization, with address and annotation. Alphabetical index of awards, subject index of awards.

The Changing Role of First line Supervision and Middle Management

Author : Janice Anne Klein
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Systems Analysis and Design

Author : Gary B. Shelly
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Hosteur

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United States and Canada

Author : Gita Siegman
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Catalogue Harvard University

Author : Harvard University
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Japan Echo

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The Art of Middle Management in Primary Schools

Author : Peter Fleming
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Like its predecessor on secondary middle management, this book uses a succinct and accessible style. The authors; highlight the special challenge of middle management; cover the full range of middle management activities in primary schools; link to the Teacher Training Agency's National Standards for Subject Leadership; and use self-assessment questions and case studies to bring management theory to life. A chapter is devoted to the performance management framework that was introduced in September 2000. Throughout, the focus is on improving the quality of education for pupils through the creation of a positive team ethos.

International Management

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The Strategic Middle Manager

Author : Steven W. Floyd
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An exceptional job of refocusing the middle manager's role?a must read for practitioners and educators alike. --Jack Viega, editor, The Academy of Management Executives In their quest to become leaner, flatter, and reengineered, organizations have systematically cut out the very positions that once made them successful?mid-level managers. In The Strategic Middle Manager,management experts Steven Floyd and Bill Wooldridge draw on a decade of research involving over 250 middle managers to demonstrate that the success of future organizations rests decisively on strong middle management. The authors present the tools managers need to: * Redefine their roles * Increase their strategic value * Secure their futures * Identify the top performers in the ranks...and much more! Far from lacking perspective, middle managers have a unique, pivotal perspective that places them at the forefront of organizational change. They can play the role of champion, synthesizer, facilitator, and implementer--and this book gives the advice needed to energize management. A must-read for training professionals, managers, and top executives, Floyd and Wooldridge's work will radically redesign--and drastically improve--your organization's effectiveness.

Middle Management in Schools

Author : Sonia Blandford
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Aimed specifically at those teachers who either aspire to, or have recently been promoted to, management positions, this book provides information on team leadership, effective time-management skills, and an increased awareness of educational management.

Management Problems and Opportunities for Management Training in Central America

Author : Harvard University. Graduate School of Business Administration. Division of International Activities
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Outstanding Young Men of America

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