BOOKS: THREE OF A KIND...No Problems, only Solutions

BOOKS: THREE OF A KIND...No Problems, only Solutions - How to be a Better Problem Solver; Michael Stevens; Kogan Page; pounds 8.99

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

How to be a Better Problem Solver; Michael Stevens; Kogan Page; pounds 8.99

This is a straightforward book that covers all the basics of identifying and solving problems. It includes chapters on when to use group problem-solving and how to sell a solution to a sceptical team.

RATING: **

Effective Problem Solving; Steven Kneeland; How To Books; pounds 9.99

A comprehensive book that identifies different types of problems before offering a wide range of problem-solving tools. The author has drawn on the advice and experience of practising managers to present a helpful and authoritative book.

RATING: ***

Problem Solving; Graham Wilson; Kogan Page; pounds 14.99

Billed as a do-it-yourself MBA course, this book presents itself as a textbook for business students, but is also aimed at executives and managers wanting to brush up on their problem-solving skills. Its hands-on advice would be useful to any business reader.

RATING: **

*** best of its kind

** could be useful

* of minor interest

none: avoid.

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