Developing Management Skills (2020)

Developing Management Skills David A. Whetten Kim S. Cameron Developing Management Skills Develop ten essential management skills With an emphasis on self assessments Developing Management Skills gets readers involved in the learning experience helping them connect the theories to their
  • Title: Developing Management Skills
  • Author: David A. Whetten Kim S. Cameron
  • ISBN: 9780136125297
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
Developing Management Skills David A. Whetten Kim S. Cameron Develop ten essential management skills With an emphasis on self assessments, Developing Management Skills gets readers involved in the learning experience, helping them connect the theories to their own lives Further, this text focuses on developing the ten essential skills needed for success and gives readers tangible goals to work towards Based on suggestions fromDevelop ten essential management skills With an emphasis on self assessments, Developing Management Skills gets readers involved in the learning experience, helping them connect the theories to their own lives Further, this text focuses on developing the ten essential skills needed for success and gives readers tangible goals to work towards Based on suggestions from reviewers, instructors, and students, a number of changes including new skill assessments and cases, and updated research have been incorporated in the eighth edition.
Developing Management Skills David A. Whetten Kim S. Cameron

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  1. Michele

    Another text book, but this has some great, practical advice for managing yourself and others Really good information on how to improve your communication and deal with conflict.

  2. Mohamed Yehia

    One of the best books on soft skills development Its main strength are research based, full of exercises case studies, include a big number of skills, condensed and focused reading materials.

  3. Amelia

    My writing definitely feels rusty at the moment One reason My time spent with the ninth edition of dry toast.Cameron and Whetten take required reading to a whole new level of dry I imagine them in their little Hobbit hole, inventing their own language Oh sure, Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory could pull off, My manager HOLDS relevant power, but he acts incongruently but the HR gal won t know what to write Just imagine writing two essays and a speech in this management Klingon.Do other experts us [...]

  4. Joe Cole

    Used it in my undergrad class A thorough and easy read Very interesting material, not the type where you dread flipping open the pages compared to other textbooks.

  5. Mark Oppenlander

    As academic books go, this one is dense and intimidating I m not a particularly slow reader, but in this text, each 30 40 page chapter would easily take me several hours to read Nonetheless, I found this book engaging and compelling Rather than approaching the topic of management from a research or scholarly perspective, the authors treat this book as a practical field manual for managers that just happens to be informed by research.Each chapter begins with a skill assessment some of which were [...]

  6. Greg

    An early edition of this was assigned as a text in one of my Organizational Behavior courses when I was an MBA student I found it both useful and engaging then, and have since used later editions in some of my own classes The topics addressed are especially important for managers, and the chapters are well grounded in theory and research, but not so pedantic as to put off practitioner readers Each chapter contains several useful self assessment exercises to assess current state, then development [...]

  7. Danelley

    One of the first school books that I actually look forward to reading I ve been reading this book in my spare time, we haven t even been assigned to read it yet It is awesome and I am learning so much about managing in all walks of life The authors are great, and funny Specifically this book is for librarian types taking INFO 500 courses I am certifying as an information technology specialist and this class is required.

  8. Jamie Pennington

    I learned so much from this book I have been an executive director of several non profits in various parts of the mid west for 14 years and I wish I had read this book 14 years ago I can not wait to begin implementing some of the strategies in this book This is a text book for a business management course I am taking in about a month I hope to learn as much from this class as I did this book The book is a bit long Rather expensive And sometime a bit repetative but a good book.

  9. Charles Wilson

    Even though this is pretty outstayed as far as the publication date, I was surprised at how relevant the Emotional Intelligence section was Consider this a large reference book, but I enjoyed most of not especially the part about designing work to fit the employee.

  10. Kelly Fogg

    Read this for an MBA class Avoid it if you can Long sections and no graphics make for hard reading of this researched packed text book.

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