What Every Supervisor Should Know by Lester R. BittelWhat Every Supervisor Should Know by Lester R. Bittel

What Every Supervisor Should Know

byLester R. Bittel

Paperback | September 22, 1992

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Through five editions since its first release in 1959, What Every Supervisor Should Know has effectively responded to the changing needs of supervisors, and it remains the standard in the field of supervision. Now in a new edition, this classic guide to handling the day-to-day problems that supervisors face is: more current than ever-two new chapters cover the environment and innovation, this latest edition also treats such timely issues as computer surveillance and job competency guidelines; more personalized than ever-the new Personal Development Portfolio offers convenient checklists and sound guidelines on planning careers, managing time and coping with stress; leaner, meaner, and easier to use-the format is modular, and each chapter features three or more case studies, chapter-end reviews, and lots of easily referenced lists, tables, and charts. It's the best reference available for supervisors just starting out as well as for seasoned managers who need to freshen up on the basics or update their skills.
Title:What Every Supervisor Should KnowFormat:PaperbackDimensions:614 pages, 9.3 × 7.6 × 1.3 inPublished:September 22, 1992Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education

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ISBN - 10:0070055890

ISBN - 13:9780070055896

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Long considered the standard in its field, the sixth edition of this practical, point-by-point guide to every major supervisory issue is now available in paperback. It contains new discussions of such timely topics as the ways in which recent environmental trends and innovations affect productivity . . . the impact of competency guidelines, computer surveillance, and expanding employee rights . . . and more. 30 line drawings.