Breaking The Code: The Mysteries of Modern Management Unlocked contains the answers to the “mysterious” and seemingly unsolvable problems of successfully managing any business or organization. The materials in this book have been developed over decades of research and experience with organizations. The principles are simple, usable and, if applied, work.

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Chapter 3: Understanding the Basic Words of Organization

Understanding ceases on going past a misunderstood word or concept. If a person reading a text comes to a word or phrase he doesn’t know, the words which appear thereafter may become “meaningless”, “uninteresting” and he may even become slightly unconscious, his awareness shutting down.

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Chapter 9: Products and Subproducts

PRODUCT DEFINED A product is a finished, high-quality service or article in the hands of the consumer as an exchange for a valuable. Example: Dan is a carpenter. He builds kitchen and bathroom cabinetry. Deborah hired Dan to replace her kitchen cabinetry with solid wood cabinets (article) for an agreed-upon amount of money (a valuable).

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Chapter 7: Your Job and How to Keep It

WHAT IS YOUR JOB? Anything in an organization is your job if it lessens the confusion if you do it. Your doing exactly the duties required by your job position and using your exact comm lines lessens confusion. But failure to wear another hat that isn’t yours now and then may cause more confusion than […]

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Chapter 20: How to Handle Work

DO IT NOW. One of the best ways to cut your work in half is not to do it twice. Probably your most fruitful source of dev-t1 is your own double work. This is the way you do double work: You pick up a memo or a piece of work, look it over and then […]

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