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The Hindu Speaks on Management - Vol I

by The Hindu

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The traditional way of managing -- to organise, coordinate, command and control -- is changing as the business target keeps moving with greater expectations from the customers, introduction of newer technologies and events and people do not always conform long enough to be planned and controlled. The ways and means of management, therefore involve continual experimentation with new approaches to old and new problems. Good managers are not born, they are made. They are fashioned by experience of business and the realities of the workplace. They grow in stature and managerial skill largely from their encounters with people and problems.
The Hindu, through its news and features has been keepings its readers informed of the developments and changing trends in management. The advances and changes in management are rapid and significant especially during the past few years. We had carried over 500 features relating to this subject. This compilation of 75 items is the pick of the lot. They have been presented for ease of study and reference in five sections namely, Management, HRD, Finance, Manufacturing, Marketing.
  rajendran | Feb 10, 2008 |
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