Managing Yourself Plus One

by Charles H. Jones, Jordan, Jones & Goulding Inc, Atlanta, GA, USA,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Managing Finances


Engineers become poor managers because they prefer devoting their time and energies to technical matters rather than those items that deal with management issues. This is true of managing themselves as well as others. Today's management is heavily oriented towards the science of human behavior. There is better understanding and more acceptance of the fact that if the goals and targets of companies are to be reached, people in organizations must understand, agree with, and be willing to achieve these goals.

Subject Headings: Managers | Human factors | Labor | Employees | Organizations | Business organizations

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