In today’s environment educational training tends to be constricted to narrow career paths. Students develop their talents in schools or technical training areas and they are off and running! Now they have their own little niche, cubicle, or assignment and they go about the job they were trained to do. In many instances they never get involved in the “big picture” of the business. That is not their job, and that is not what they are paid to do.
This book condenses lessons learned from the author's many years of management experience at IBM Corporation and provides today's young students with an inside perspective of business management. Topics discussed in the book, "INSIDE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: A Perspective for Students" are pertinent to any job or business whether you are an employee or owner of a business. The principles are relevant for the home as well as the office.
The book also covers topics that provide guidance on how students can improve their performance and opportunities to advance. The topics in the book include: The Art of Getting Selected, Attitude Matters, Valuable Technical Skills, Building a Positive Portfolio, Potential Careers, etc.
Author Richard Taylor was raised in Havertown, Pennsylvania. He attended Haverford High School. A graduate of West Virginia Institute of Technology, he was employed for 32 years with IBM Corporation. His responsibilities included management, employee training, transfers of production lines from plant to plant and writing of manuals utilized in production and plant start-up operations. He currently resides in Greencastle, Indiana.
Perfect Paperback, 57 pages
Publisher: Millstone Specialties, Inc. (February 1, 2007)