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The Right Moves: Succeeding in a Man's World Without a Harvard MBA

Charlene Mitchell

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ISBN 10: 0025854100 / ISBN 13: 9780025854109
Published by Macmillan Pub Co, 1985
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Title: The Right Moves: Succeeding in a Man's World...

Publisher: Macmillan Pub Co

Publication Date: 1985

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First Printing.

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Introducing basic tactics, advanced strategies, and the concept of corporate brinkmanship, this business survival guide shows women how to make it to the top of corporate America

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Mitchell, Charlene & Thomas Burdick. The Right Moves: succeeding in a man's world without a Harvard MBA. Macmillan. 1985. c.224p. index. ISBN 0-02-585410-0. $17.95. bus/management Although each of these books provides a structure to ensure success for women in management positions, they offer a markedly different approach to the subject. Mitchell and Burdick take the viewpoint that both men and women encounter problems in their careers, and they outline the process of establishing a corporate career. They give the reader practical advice on how to choose a career, how to handle interviewing, and how to negotiate an offer. They offer a realistic approach to getting started in the new job, with the right image. Their book would be valuable to students and those who are new to the corporate world. Loden tends toward a theoretical and scholarly approach, in her well-researched, footnoted work. She draws on interviews with corporate leaders and surveys on women in corporations. She emphasizes the theme that women should be their own unique selves, and not ape the management styles of men. While Mitchell and Burdick's book is intended to orient the person embarking on a corporate career, Loden's objective is to define and promote ``feminine leadership'' techniques in corporations. Two well-written, complementary treatments, both recommended for public libraries and career-resource collections. Mary Greene Havener, GenRad, Inc. Information Ctr., Concord, Mass.
Copyright 1985 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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