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Up Against The Clock: How You Can Double Your Time?: A Manager's Guide For Those Who Don't Have Time To Read Time Management Books

Up Against The Clock: How You Can Double Your Time?: A Manager's Guide For Those Who Don't Have Time To Read Time Management Books

by Ronald C. Mendlin

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Overview

Up Against The Clock contains the distilled knowledge of many time management experts, as well as his own experience, and that of managers who were interviewed for this project. This book’s purpose is to effectively double your time efficiency with tested and proven time-saving methods that apply to a variety of day-to-day situations. If the ideas presented in this book are practiced diligently, they will lead to success both on and off the job. You can use this book as a handy reference manual, a primer to be read straight through from start to finish, or both. It is also an “interactive” workbook. You will find it easy to adapt this book to your needs.


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ISBN-13: 9781587903113
Publisher: Regent Press
Publication date: 03/01/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 184
File size: 371 KB

About the Author

Ronald C. Mendlin has over 40 years experience in 14 different business fields. He has reorganized sections of several San Francisco City Departments, including the Board of Education, the Tax Collector’s Office, the Department of Public Health and the S.F. Airport Commission. He has also saved the S.F. Municipal Railway from financial embarrassment. In his 30 years with the City and County of San Francisco, Ronald Mendlin was the recipient of numerous written commendations from mayors and various government administrators for leadership of projects and superior job performance. Working on a part-time basis at the Northern California Service League, he was credited by the California Department of Corrections’ Jobs Plus Program for assisting over 750 ex-felons in getting jobs. He is also the co-author of the Putting The Bars Behind You Series which, in a five-year period, has sold over 40,000 copies throughout the U.S.

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