25 rules of management

25 rules of management - Bill Swanson's '25 Unwritten Rules...

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Bill Swanson's '25 Unwritten Rules of Management' Bill Swanson's '25 Unwritten Rules of Management' 1. Learn to say, "I don't know." If used when appropriate, it will be often. 2. It is easier to get into something than it is to get out of it. 3. If you are not criticized, you may not be doing much. 4. Look for what is missing. Many know how to improve what's there, but few can see what isn't there. 5. Viewgraph rule: When something appears on a viewgraph (an overhead transparency), assume the world knows about it, and deal with it accordingly. 6. Work for a boss with whom you are comfortable telling it like it is. Remember that you can't pick your relatives, but you can pick your boss. 7. Constantly review developments to make sure that the actual benefits are what they are supposed to be. Avoid Newton's Law. 8. However menial and trivial your early assignments may appear, give them your best efforts. 9. Persistence or tenacity is the disposition to persevere in spite of difficulties,
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