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My Way or the Highway by Harry E. Chambers

My Way or the Highway

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My Way or the Highway by Harry E. Chambers
Paperback $16.95
Nov 14, 2004 | ISBN 9781576752968

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Praise

My Way or the Highway is the silver bullet that strikes at the heart of the micromanagement monster! Chambers offers fresh insights and tools to overcome the disruptive behaviors of micromanagers.”
—Angie Fitts, CPA, Accounting Operations Director, Cingular Wireless

“The CEOs in my Executive Forums will certainly want to discuss Chambers’ latest book … maybe because it cuts a little close to home.”
—William S. McIlwaine, President, Renaissance Executive Forums

"An excellent read! Chambers is a master at getting to the point about what is critical to good management, and getting results. Managers on every level need to have this book."
—Diane Valek, President & CEO, Make-A-Wish Foundation of Georgia and Alabama

Table Of Contents

Preface

PART I Micromanagement: Fact and Fiction
Introduction
1 The Scope of Micromanagement
2 Team “Me”: Putting the I in Micro
3 The Influence of Time
4 The Immortalization of Frank Sinatra: “My Way”
5 Approval Requirements
6 Dysfunctional Monitoring and Reporting

PART II Dealing with the People Who Micromanage You: What to Do When You Are the MicromanagEE
7 The Response to Being Micromanaged
8 Effective Strategies for EEs: Dealing with the People Who Micromanage You

PART III Avoiding Becoming the MicromanagER: Symptoms of Micromanagement
9 Becoming a Micromanagement Buster: Neutralizing Your Own Micromanagement Behavior
10 Negotiating Operating Agreements

PART IV Managing a Micromanager: Changing the Behavior of Others
11 When You Manage a Micromanager: Directly Impacting the Behavior of Others
12 Conclusion
APPENDIX Micromanagement Survey
Information
Index
About the Author

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