The New Rules of Management: How to Revolutionise Productivity, Innovation and Engagement by Implementing Projects That Matter

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 27, 2013 - Business & Economics - 248 pages
A guide for modern organisations about optimising productivity, creating a culture of innovation, and building high-performing teams

It's time to stop managing and start implementing. The New Rules of Management is about creating and implementing projects that truly matter, because even the best ideas, projects and objectives mean nothing until they are executed. In truth, most organisations aren't designed to successfully implement long-term projects, but successfully implementing the projects that matter is the key to long-term success. In this book, you'll learn how to successfully manage yourself, your teams, and your entire organisation to create and execute engaging, vital projects that people and teams care about. When you do implementation right success becomes a given—on the personal, team, and organisational levels. So if you want your business to succeed, it's time to implement the projects that truly matter. Start now, with The New Rules of Management.

  • A management guide to building engagement and innovation in any organisation
  • Written by a master business coach, mentor, entrepreneur, thought leader, and popular public speaker
  • Ideal for business leaders and managers who want to take their organisations into the twenty-first century
 

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Contents

Table of Contents About the author
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Implementation in a Nutshell
Personal
overview
mindset
Proiects 5 Framework
culture
Proiects 11 Framework
Support
Accountability
Organisation
overview
climate
Proiects 17 Framework

Support
Accountability
Team
overview
Support
Accountability
Conclusion
Copyright

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PETER COOK is passionate about helping people implement projects that matter. He is a master business coach, mentor, entrepreneur, best-selling author and a second-degree black belt in aikido. Peter has more than 15 years' experience as a consultant and business coach working with hundreds of businesses from one-person start-ups to some of the biggest companies in the world.

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