Becoming a Master Manager : a competing values approach
Summary: "With this edition, we welcome a new coauthor, Rachel Sturm, to the author team. Rachel is a highly accomplished scholar who has received numerous teaching and research awards. We are pleased to have her contribution and insight as we continue to work on the competing values framework in this edition and in the coming years. Nearly four decades have passed since the competing values framework was originally developed. Becoming a Master Manager was one of the first management development texts to emphasize the importance, not only of a conceptual understanding of managerial skills, but also of the need to practice these skills through learning exercises. Over the intervening decades, management education has shifted decisively in the same direction, where the orientation is to learn by doing. A large number of skills-focused managerial texts is the evidence of the value of our original approach"-- Provided by publisher
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Quinn , R. E., Bright , D. S., & Sturm , R. (2021). Becoming a Master Manager : a competing values approach. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc..