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Fight the Undermanagement Epidemic (excerpt): Managing By Interruption
It’s Okay To Be The Boss (excerpt): Make Accountability a Process, Not a Slogan
The Great Generational Shift (excerpt): Two Types of Millennials
It’s Okay To Manage Your Boss (excerpt): The Four Things Employees Need From Their Bosses
Winning The Talent Wars (excerpt): Challenges Facing Today’s Leaders
The 27 Challenges Managers Face (excerpt): The Myth of Empowerment