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Posted November 27, 2007
Concise advice for every new manager
Most young managers were outstanding individual performers before promotion to management, and many get the bulk of their basic management training on the job. This concisely written, vastly informative handbook from the Harvard Business Essentials series covers the basic skills all managers need to know. Richard Luecke and Christopher Bartlett divide the book into three sections ¿ learning the basics, reaching the next level and mastering the financial tools a manager needs ¿ with the key topics listed at the beginning of each chapter. We say if you think of this book as the coaching you would receive from a smart, well-connected mentor, you will get an idea of its tone. It contains no esoteric or faddish advice, but solid, practical tips, presented in a way you can use right now.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.