Most problems (both operating and strategic) are difficult to solve because they are usually elusive, ambiguous, and often poorly understood. Problem Solving: A Logical and Creative Approach offers practical, down-to-earth methods for handling the multitude of problems every manager faces, from technical difficulties on the assembly line to assuming the right leadership style for solving the problem at hand. Readers will learn how to "think like a problem solver", be better able to handle problems for which they have no past experience nor any standard operating procedures. Readers will save themselves (and their companies) time, money, and other resources because they will learn how to avoid the dead ends and other traps which block problem-solving ability. Readers will increase their own productivity and that of those who work for and with them, since they won't get sidetracked by false problems and/or false solutions. Problem Solving provides an inside edge on competitors and colleagues who may be seeking solutions to the same problems. Readers can possess a new set of very import-ant (and very marketable) skills that can be shared with those who work for them and to achieve a better managerial or team effort all around. Problem Solving develops the managerial self-confidence needed for career growth - the kind that comes from knowing how to solve business problems effectively. --Midwest Book Review
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Book Description Georgia State University Busin, 1980. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110884061310
Book Description Georgia State University Business Press. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0884061310 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW7.0484661