Management from the Masters From Confucius to Warren Buffett Twenty Timeless Principles for Business

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 3/13/2014
  • Publisher: A&C Black
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The belief that everything is changing led to the disasters of the dotcom era. This book reminds us that some fundamental rules do still apply by taking readers through 20 imperatives derived from the wisdom of great leaders and management theorists including Peter Drucker, Henry Fayol, Andrew Grove and bankers and financiers such as Thomas Gresham and Warren Buffet.
This entertaining run down of the fundamental laws, rules and principles business professionals should break at their peril is complemented by case studies that document the consequences of ignoring these key laws. Management from the Masters is a book to be read and re-read to reinforce the fundamental rules of business for all successful managers.

Author Biography

Morgen Witzel is Honorary Senior Fellow at the School of Business and Economics, University of Exeter where he lectures on the MBA programme. He has published 19 books and previous titles have been translated into German, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Greek, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Morgen is also editor in chief of Corporate Finance Review and regularly writes for the FT, Financial World, The Smart Manager and Finance+Management.

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