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The New Rules of Management: How to Revolutionise Productivity, Innovation and Engagement by Implementing Projects That Matter

The New Rules of Management: How to Revolutionise Productivity, Innovation and Engagement by Implementing Projects That Matter

Peter Cook

ISBN: 978-1-118-60629-2

Mar 2013, Wrightbooks

232 pages

$20.99

Description

A guide for modern organisations about optimising productivity, creating a culture of innovation, and building high-performing teams

It's time to stop managing and start implementing. The New Rules of Management is about creating and implementing projects that truly matter, because even the best ideas, projects and objectives mean nothing until they are executed. In truth, most organisations aren't designed to successfully implement long-term projects, but successfully implementing the projects that matter is the key to long-term success. In this book, you'll learn how to successfully manage yourself, your teams, and your entire organisation to create and execute engaging, vital projects that people and teams care about. When you do implementation right success becomes a given—on the personal, team, and organisational levels. So if you want your business to succeed, it's time to implement the projects that truly matter. Start now, with The New Rules of Management.

  • A management guide to building engagement and innovation in any organisation
  • Written by a master business coach, mentor, entrepreneur, thought leader, and popular public speaker
  • Ideal for business leaders and managers who want to take their organisations into the twenty-first century

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About the author vii

Acknowledgements ix

Introduction xi

1 Implementation in a nutshell 1

Part I: Personal 19

2 Personal: overview 21

3 Internal: mindset 27

4 Projects 49

5 Framework 61

6 Support 73

7 Accountability 83

Part II: Team 93

8 Team: overview 95

9 Internal: culture 103

10 Projects 117

11 Framework 123

12 Support 137

13 Accountability 143

Part III: Organisation 153

14 Organisation: overview 155

15 Internal: climate 163

16 Projects 177

17 Framework 185

18 Support 197

19 Accountability 207

Conclusion 217

Index 219