Thinking is the most important job in management, whether its management of employees or customers. Thinking is the hardest job to do.
In thinking what matters most is your attitude. The mind can think positively or you can think negatively. If you have to deal effectively with a problem, an opportunity, a note, a report or a write-up, you ought to be on a positive mood.
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About the Author
Promod Batra got his professional training with General Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Soyabean Council of America. He has an MBA from the University of Minnesota. During his professional career of over three decades, he made simple observation in regard to management issues at large corporations, managing of family businesses and managing of families and decided early in his career to self-publish them in a simple and small way.
Vijay Batra has an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh and is also a graduate of the Japan Management Programme from Japan America Institute of Management Sciences.
By Promod Batra and Vijay Batra