MIDDLE MANAGEMENT: The Job of the Junior Administrator by Mary Cushing Howard Niles

MIDDLE MANAGEMENT: The Job of the Junior Administrator

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is not a book for over the counter sale, but it is a book that public libraries and business libraries will find exceedingly valuable, that schools of business training will use in courses -- and that junior executives should have brought to their attention. So much has been written about the technique of top management that it is noteworthy to discover a book written for this other vital field. Full of helpful advice, not only for the junior executives, but for those who work with them, above and below. With business more complex than ever, with diversified functions and duties, with need of closer cooperation between departments, with the necessity of developing executive ability and coordinating units into a whole, here is a book that should meet a real need at a vital point.

Pub Date: Jan. 23rd, 1940
Publisher: Harper