This book, first published in 1969, is in two parts, the text and the glossary. The glossary entries include a description to give an idea of what each technique is, what it is for, who can use it, and the practical results one can expect from it. The text contains the key to the use of all the techniques in the glossary: it explains what management techniques are, and describes in detail how to introduce them into your job or your company.
Table of Contents
Preface; 1. A Definition of Management Techniques 2. Why They Are Not Used 3. The Place of Management Techniques in Management 4. A Six-Step Procedure for Introduction Management Techniques 5. Step 1 – Identifying the Problem 6. Step 2 – Select the Technique 7. Step 3 – Learn About It 8. Step 4 – Is it Worth Applying? 9. Step 5 – Check Results 10. Summary and Conclusions; The Glossary; Index