When People Are the Problem What Will You Do?
作者: Harvard Business Review
When facing a difficult management challenge, wouldn't it be great if you could turn to a panel of experts to help guide you to the right decision? Now you can, with books from the Management Dilemmas series. Drawn from the pages of Harvard Business Review, these interactive, solutions-oriented guides allow readers to access the wisdom of leading experts as they tackle familiar and perplexing business situations. These engagingly written books will help managers improve problem-solving skills and make better judgment calls under fire. Getting people with very different backgrounds and perspectives to work together productively is a huge challenge that every manager in our global workplace will face. This book places managers in the crosshairs of vexing situations ranging from gender and racial bias to a “mommy-track” backlash to culture wars in a newly merged company—and helps them find their way to a workable solution.
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length: (cm)19.7 width:(cm)12.8