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Influence Without Authority.


This book will change the way people get things done in corporations, government, and nonprofit organizations. Valuable to anyone who has to get things done through other people in an organization. Included - * The importance of managing in both traditional and nontraditional ways - downwards, sideways and upwards * Why the Law of Reciprocity is vital to the way you get things done * Why you should think of everyone in your organization as an ally. An important and useful book.
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Publication:Canadian Manager
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Dec 22, 1989
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