On the Management Side

Pollock, Ted
October 1998
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Oct98, Vol. 110 Issue 10, p10
Trade Publication
Discusses the management aspect of the automotive industry. Clues to look for when determining the type of people you can rely on to carry out an assignment or deliver results; Suggestion that a key responsibility of a manager is helping an employee mature and grow in ability; Listing of five ways to expand your management abilities.


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