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Business Management Handbook by Lasser, J. K. by Lasser, J. K

By Lasser, J. K

McGraw-Hill. Good. Clean, tight and unmarked. Maroon boards. Tanned pages and some wear to bottom board edges.


Right on the Money: Wealth-Building wisdom from the World's Most Popular Financial Adviser by Rukeyser, Louis by Rukeyser, Louis

By Rukeyser, Louis

Financial Services Associates. Like New. Clean, tight and unmarked. Pristine condition.


Your Career in Theater, Radio, Television, or Filmmaking by Allosso, Michael by Allosso, Michael

By Allosso, Michael

Arco. Acceptable. ILLUSTRATOR: None PUBLISHER: Ny, Arco Publishing Co, Inc, 1978, no edition stated DESCRIPTION: Book is an 8 1/4 x 5 3/4 hard cover with blue cloth boards, 191 pages CONDITION: Book is fair, an ex-library with usual markings DUST JACKET: Dust jacket is good, but the flaps are pasted down. It is in a mylar cover ABOUT THIS BOOK: Arco's Career Guidance Series Advice from professionals to help you decide which exciting career is for You.


One on One
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One on One

By Pettus, Theodore

Random House, 1981-07-12. Hardcover. Good. 0394521382 Clean and tight. Stamped with owner's info ffep.


Being Self-Employed: Individuals and Families Tax Guide (Tax Guide, No 101)

By Crouch, Holmes F

Allyear Tax Guides, 1993-03-01. Paperback. Very Good. 0944817068 Cleaan, tight and unmarked. Some cover creases/scarring. Bright white pages.


The Ambitious Woman's Guide to a Successful Career

By Higginson, M. Valliant

AMACOM, 1975-07-01. Textbook Binding. Very Good. Clean, tight and unmarked. Dust jacket has chipping around the edges.


Unconventional Wisdom: Irreverent Solutions for Tough Problems at Work (Jossey Bass Business and Management Series)
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Unconventional Wisdom: Irreverent Solutions for Tough Problems at Work (Jossey Bass Business and Management Series)

By Quick, Thomas L

Jossey-Bass, 1989-10-09. Hardcover. Very Good. 1555421776 PER2488 p. 1989, c. 1989, First Edition, blue cloth w/d.j., no price on d.j., 174pp., VG/vg From Publishers WeeklyIn his 18th book, Quick ( Managing People at Work Desk Guide ) begins by upsetting certain business shibboleths, urging managers to progress from certainty to ambiguity and to put some chaos in their order. He goes on to emphasize the effective management of time and the accomplishment of goals through partnership in the workplace. Other advice includes admitting fallibility to build credibility, listening to dissenters, paying attention to feedback and "handling opposition without handling it." And managers are reminded that they constantly must be aware of what goes on in their organizations. Although they may resist it, the book could be helpful to tradition-minded, rigid executives.Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.Book DescriptionA collection of provocative essays that show how conventional management practices are often impractical and ineffective in solving tough managerial problems. Challenges many stereotypical management perceptions--such as the notions that indecisiveness is a sign of incompetence, that power corrupts all leaders, and that chaos in an organization is dangerous.