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The Essential Management Toolbox By Simon Burtonshaw-Gunn

The Essential Management Toolbox

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A must have for all practising and aspiring consultants and strategists, this book covers a wide range of consultancy tools and techniques that are well displayed, well described and well referenced. The tools and techniques are helpfully divided in to twenty recognisable skills sectors within management consultancy fields and specialisms.
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The Essential Management Toolbox: Tools, Models and Notes for Managers and Consultants by Simon Burtonshaw-Gunn

A must have for all practising and aspiring consultants and strategists, this book covers a wide range of consultancy tools and techniques that are well displayed, well described and well referenced. The tools and techniques are helpfully divided in to twenty recognisable skills sectors within management consultancy fields and specialisms. The depiction of the content with diagrams aids the process of quick reference and ease of understanding. The tools and techniques can be utilised across the whole range of organisational sectors, both private and public. The purpose is not to short cut formal learning, but to provide easy access to a 'toolbox' of tried and tested management approaches through a collection of models, tools and occasional brief notes which consultants, managers and scholars can use in a practical way.

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The Essential Management Toolbox Reviews


"This is a must have for all aspirant consultants and business strategists..." CEBE.cf.ac.uk "This book is a must have for all managers, consultants and strategists." ETDOnLine.org April 2008 ' ...provides a helpful source of tested management approaches that can be used anywhere and anytime'. (Retail Jeweller, August 2010).

About Simon Burtonshaw-Gunn


SIMON BURTONSHAW-GUNN has worked on management consultancy projects in the UK, Libya, the Republic of Kazakhstan, Indonesia, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In addition he has designed and delivered management training as part of a European Union co-operation programme in, Bangladesh, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam and India. He has a strong academic background evidenced by two Master's degrees in management strategy topics together with a PhD by research in partnering and collaborative working. To complement his academic achievements his experience is recognized with Fellowship of four professional institutions including the UK's Chartered Management Institute and the Institute of Business Consulting. For a period of four years he held the position of a Post-doctorate Research Fellow at the Manchester Metropolitan University relinquishing this at the beginning of 2005 to take up the role of a Visiting Professor at the University of Salford in Greater Manchester. Here he served for almost three years in the 6* research rated School of the Built Environment before being appointed as the first Visiting Professor to the new Salford Business School. Professor Burtonshaw-Gunn has been a research examiner for the UK's Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) since 2002 and is currently an external member of the Employment and Finance Committee and succession member to the Board of Governors at the University of Bolton. He has recently been appointed as a member of the Court at the University of Leeds for a two-year term. Simon is one of the founding members of an academic research group (International Supply Chain Risk Management) and has presented conference papers in Sweden, the USA, UK, Hungary and India, together with a number of refereed publications, professional journal articles and textbook contributions. This is his first book.

Table of Contents


Foreword. Introduction. Acknowledgements. 1. Business Planning. 2. Change Management. 3. Customer Relationship Management. 4. Decision Making and Problem Resolution. 5. Financial Management. 6. International Business. 7. Marketing Management. 8. Organizational Development. 9. People-Focused Performance Management. 10. Process Improvement. 11. Product Management. 12. Project Management. 13. Quality Management. 14. Risk Management. 15. Strategic Management. 16. Supply Chain Management. 17. Time Management. 18. Undertaking Research. 19. Working as a Consultant. 20. Workshop Facilitation. References. Index.

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GOR010756628
The Essential Management Toolbox: Tools, Models and Notes for Managers and Consultants by Simon Burtonshaw-Gunn
Simon Burtonshaw-Gunn
Used - Like New
Hardback
John Wiley & Sons Inc
2008-01-25
380
0470518375
9780470518373
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Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.