|Developing Management Skills
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|David A. Whetten, Kim S. Cameron
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|For undergraduate/graduate Principles of Management and Management Skills courses. Whetten/Cameron teaches students the ten essential skills all managers should possess in order to be successful . Developing Management Skills , 7/e, begin each chapter, starting with the PAMS assessment in the introduction, allowing students to see which skills they need to focus on more. It shows students with little work experience that most managers struggle with one or more skills presented in the book.
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