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Business leaders recognise importance of 'back-to-basics' for management

In a ceremony held at the beginning of this week, business leaders acknowledged the value of a 'back-to-basics' approach to management by awarding the Chartered Management Institute Management Book of the Year to Richard Newton for his work, 'The Management Book: How to Manage your Team to Deliver Outstanding Results'.

Sir Anthony Cleaver, former chief executive and chairman of IBM, said in the current business climate, managers needed to be more skilful than ever before. He went on to say of the book: "[It] provides the perfect guide for anyone - regardless of seniority or experience - to consider the essential people management skills required to become a successful leader."

The author said he wrote the book because he found that many managerial failings came about due to people not carrying out the basics adequately.

Such credit being awarded to this book - the author's eighth - is a nod from business leaders agreeing that these simple skills are absolutely fundamental to managerial success.

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31/01/2013