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• Your competitive advantage might be holding you back
• Four steps to managing change effectively
• Overcoming barriers to change
• Is it time to change the risk culture of your organisation?
• Working for a younger boss
• Deal with distractions and get things done
• How to make an impact as a new manager
• Interviews: the things you shouldn’t say
• The importance of leading with intellectual integrity
• Seven steps to simplify your firm
• Six ingredients that create a great corporate culture
• The good boss vs the amazing boss
• The changing face of the CIO
• How startup CEOs can build a small team
• How to find the right name for your company
• Six future trends for businesses to watch
• Could 3-D printing revolutionise your business?
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Thinking Managers • Leadership & Management Review
You can make a good case for using business management consultants. They are not committed either emotionally or intellectually to the status quo.
Not only can they see what changes are needed for business development, but have acquired expertise - which their hosts have not - in structuring a change programme, selling it to the participants (willing and unwilling), and easing the strains and pains the change is bound to bring.
But the consultant is, of course, tied to the people who pay the fees. If the executive managers can't make a clean break from the past, all the management consultants in the world can't help to achieve radical change in business strategy.
But supposing we give you the ammunition, the logic and procedures to introduce 'best practice' techniques into your work practices? As an insider, could you make change happen?
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Thinking Managers provides solutions to hundreds of common management problems. Most managers are far too busy to do our kind of investigative business management analysis. And we are the best, by far, at doing it.
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Our writers give examples of bad practice so you'll avoid making the same mistakes as others. Then they offer guidelines for a way forward to help you achieve quality management. You'll build a substantial workbook of best practice procedures for every important aspect regarding the management and development of a successful business, including:
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