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Machiavellian Management - A Chief Executive's Guide

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Based on Machiavelli's "The Prince", this modernisation describes what modern capitalists need to know to be able to get and hold onto corporate power. Machiavelli's original notorious and amoral guide was written for one of the Medici princes. It was probably one of the world's first management books. Following in Machiavelli's steps, this new "chief executive's guide" leads us through all the important skills recommended in acquiring, defending and extending control over your organisation. It deals with many of the subjects which confront the modern manager and executive every day: managing hatred, contempt, and opposition, eliminating your enemies, successful deceit, cruelty, compassion, corporate independence, opportunism, self-reliance, useful management expedients, managing managers and employees, taking and ignoring advice, using consultants, the brokerage of influence and the careful use of brutality.
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Product Details

ISBN
9788494085307
Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Malcolm Coxall - Cortijo Cornelio
Published
May 14, 2013
Language
English
Pages
86
File Format
ePub
File Size
211.91 KB

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Printable? Yes
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