WHY MANAGERS FAIL
- Are You Executive Management Material? // Training & Development Journal;Oct82, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p12
Presents questions to determine the executive management ability of a person. Interest in planning new programs; Cultural and social interest; Value of communication skills.
- Working too hard? Sheridan, John H. // Industry Week/IW;12/06/99, Vol. 248 Issue 22, p12
Focuses on management strategies. Identification of top three activities; Electronic mail management; Commitments.
- Our hidden managers: Why inept bosses are so hard to spot. Cash Jr., William B. // Management Review;Aug80, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p23
Describes the tactics used by inept managers to hide in the organization. Styles of management; Compensation for poor performance in the area of responsibility; Effectiveness of self-congratulatory behavior of managers.
- Be the boss without being overly bossy. // Westchester County Business Journal;5/25/2009, Vol. 48 Issue 21, pS7
The article offers an answer to a question on how to act as a boss without being overly bossy.
- Bad economy demands better managers. Goodale, Greg // Warsaw Business Journal;3/18/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p12
Focuses on the need for effective managers to deal with banks, creditors and tax authorities during recession in Poland. Increase of demand for quality; Existence of demand for expatriate management; Level of presentation and business development skills of English-language skills.
- Changing the world via its leaders. Held, Shari // Indianapolis Business Journal;5/10/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p29
Profiles Katherine Tyler Scott, the president of Trustee Leadership Development Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana. Career history of Scott; Educational background; Accomplishments of Scott in the industry.
- The `permanent' acting leader: Insights from a dying Indian R&D Organization. Mouly, V. Suchitra; Sankaran, Jayaram K. // Leadership Quarterly;Winter99, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p637
Despite its frequent occurrence in educational institutions, the phenomenon of the "acting leader" has not received much attention in the academic literature. Moreover, the extant literature is situated largely in the context of organizations, such as universities, in which interim...
- A True Leader Should Be Able to Follow These Fine Principles. Owen, Ted // San Diego Business Journal;11/8/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 45, p14
The article offers tips on how to be an excellent leader such as setting their priorities, demanding excellence standards, and paying attention to detail.
- Executive managers get failing marks for `people skills'. // Westchester County Business Journal;04/21/97, Vol. 36 Issue 16, p20
Reports on an analysis of merged data from Lominger's VOICES' 360 degrees feedback from 6,000 raters that identifies the bottom-rated skills of today's executive managers. Executives' lack of `people skills'; Training services for the managers.