360-Degree Feedback for a Competitive Edge - A real-life example shows how one company redesigned its 360-degree feedback process so that it serves both developmental and evaluative functions. The author concludes that using the new feedback procedures could give the company a competitive edge
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Industrial management : the magazine for better management in industry. - Norcross, Ga. : Institute of Industrial Engineers, ISSN 0019-8471, ZDB-ID 4108498. - Vol. 42.2000, 3, p. 6-11
Antonioni, David, (1995)
Lead Your Manager - Leading upward requires taking prudent risks to influence your manager's decisions in ways that benefit your organization's stakeholders, customers, shareholders, and employees. It means presenting executable strategies in a persuasive manner and attaining your manager's support for these ideas.
Antonioni, David, (2008)
What Motivates Middle Managers - Executives know that the key to getting middle managers to do the best job is to keep them motivated. But how? David Antonioni outlines the factors that make the biggest impact in heightening motivation and shows how executives can keep middle managers going strong
Antonioni, David, (1999)
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