JUST PLAIN GOOD MANAGEMENT is a reminder that great things come in small packages.  JPGM is filled with the most practical advice for those seeking to master the art of managing. It’s a great gift for managers, employees, and friends.

The ability to manage groups and organizations effectively and responsibly is one of the most important and most valued skills in society today. But good management is rare. If you think of the really good managers you have had in your career, the number will probably be small.

There are plenty of ways to manage poorly – and one of the most important is to fall victim to “theoretical overkill.” Hundreds of faddish approaches to management are put forward each year by academics, consultants, and business writers. It’s no wonder managers are often frustrated and confused by “theories” that don’t match “practice.”

Managing well is really not that hard. All that is required are a few simple ideas, practiced with patience, sincerity, and good will.  In JPGM, you will learn dozens of common-sense lessons shared by the best managers in public, private, and nonprofit organizations in this country and around the world.

These lessons represent the core skills and ideas that guide good management today. They are not the lessons of the past, but those of today – the new management.

The minibook makes a super gift for managers, employees, and friends. It’s a great “stocking stuffer,” even when it’s not a holiday!

JPGM lists for $9.97 and is available on Amazon.com. Substantial discounts, however, are available for larger quantities. To order, please email Bob@DenhardtLeadership.com. Or call Bob at 916-418-4701.

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