The Harvard Business Review is an illustrious magazine published by the label of the world renowned Harvard University. It features articles by some of the brightest economists and management gurus in the world.
The HBR Guide to Managing Up and Across is one of the first volumes in a new anthology comprised of articles providing guidance on maintaining effective workflow to keep your organisation functional at the very highest level. The issues of management are universal � whether it�s motivating your staff, maintaining the right working relationships, building a network of high quality clients. Nor is the book devoted to a top-down view of management, it includes advice for employees to building their portfolio and improving their service and making them an effective pillar in the organisation, even when they are dealing with short-sighted leadership and weak bosses. The overall perspective is to improve efficiency across the line, making it a must-read for any employee and leader.
The HBR Guide to Managing Up and Across is comprised of 24 articles from writers such as Jon R. Katzenbach, Lew McCreary, Michael Schrage, Robert Caldini. Special articles include What Makes A Leader?, The Discipline of Teams, Stop Being Micromanaged and How to Make Your Boss Look Good. In short, the book produces a detailed across-the-board look at everyday problems of running a business using examples that demonstrate how small scale micro-decisions are relevant effectively to implement an organization on the macro scale. Ultimately, any organisation rests on trust, teamwork and effective communication. These pillars make business fun, fast and productive.
The HBR Guide to managing Up and Across includes articles previously published in the Harvard Business Review. It forms part of the series that includes earlier books such as HBR Essentials, HBR Must Reads and HBR Management Tips. This paperback book is listed online with the ISBN-10 number of�1422187608 and the ISBN-13 Number of 978-1422187609.