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Financial Times Management Briefings: Myths and Realities of Managerial (FT Management Briefings) epub ebook

by L. Chadwick

Financial Times Management Briefings: Myths and Realities of Managerial (FT Management Briefings) epub ebook

Author: L. Chadwick
Category: Management & Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: Financial Times Prentice Hall (a Pearson Educ (November 1, 1997)
Pages: 132 pages
ISBN: 0273632620
ISBN13: 978-0273632627
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 366
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Series: FT Management Briefings. Paperback: 160 pages. Publisher: Financial Times Prentice Hall (a Pearson Educ (October 1, 1997).

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Management, he continued, explains why for the first time in human . The tone of the FT article is that traditional management is fundamentally ok. There is no need for any basic change.

Management, he continued, explains why for the first time in human history, we can employ large numbers of knowledgeable, skilled people in productive work’. This was, and remains, and will always be, the task of management. Ergo, the article implies, no management revolution. Similarly, the revolution in management, if there is one, is not a change in the fundamental task of management, but rather how that fundamental task is to be conducted. A similar view emerged from a recent survey of Harvard MBA Alumni: management is strong and improving.

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For those who want to know more than the given facts on finance statements, thisbriefing is just what you need. Written with the busy manager/executive in mind it willhelp determine your organisation's dividend policy, show why the cost of labour turnovercan be high, explain the limitations of financial analysis and more. Clearly and conciselywritten and covering best practice it will improve your knowledge leading to betterdecision making. Contents include: Financial analysis in perspective Ratio analysis - a critical appraisal Comparisons - problems, how, why? Internal sources of finance What is treasury management? A practical view of dividend policy Capital investments The cost of labour turnover
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