Principles of Management Essentials You Always Wanted To Know
The first experience as a manager is often the most challenging. Often times, a productive employee does not have the right knowledge and experience to immediately transition into management. A way to quickly get up to speed on the basics of management is needed.
Principles of Management Essentials You Always Wanted To Know provides the core information to speed your transformation from an employee into a successful manager. That knowledge includes details in areas such as:
- Management in an organization and understanding its functions and elements
- Business responsibilities of a manager
- Tools that can help you navigate your role as a manager
- Managing employees and team relationships
- Managing customer relationships
About the Author
Callie Daum has worked in the healthcare industry for over 20 years gaining experience in managing teams, project management, strategic development and implementation, business marketing to increase revenues, and many more lessons learned on how to thrive in a business industry. As a seasoned Senior Project Manager and Leader, her goals include adding value, working efficiently and effectively, and sharing best practices to achieve overall success.
About the Series
Principles of Management Essentials You Always Wanted To Know is part of the Self-Learning Management Series that helps working professionals moving into management roles. This Self Learning Management Series intends to give a jump start to working professionals, whose job roles demand to have the knowledge imparted in a B-school but haven’t got a chance to visit one. This series is designed to address every aspect of business from HR to Finance to Marketing to Operations, be it any industry. Each book includes basic fundamentals, important concepts, standard and well-known principles as well as practical ways of application of the subject matter. The distinctiveness of the series lies in that all the relevant information is bundled in a compact form that is very easy to interpret.