BUSINESS MANAGEMENT - READING
This is the 29th of a series of newsletters published on Business Management and Management Skills. Not all topics will apply to your business, but each section will be beneficial to establish company goals and objectives. By reading and studying these newsletter articles, youre taking the first step in achieving your goals.
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To better manage the time you spend reading without losing out on vital information, skim the tables of contents, directories, and headlines. Read only pertinent material in depth. Learn to read more quickly by taking a speed-reading course. Have someone in your office clip articles that are pertinent to your needs and interests. Establish a management reading file that is passed around each month to key personnel.
For most of us, reading is an important aspect of learning about new developments and catching up on what is going on in our professions. If you are about to tackle that mountain (or are trying to avoid it altogether), here are a few helpful suggestions to better manage what you read:
Mike Holts Comment: I would like to extend a special thank you to L.W. Brittian, a Mechanical & Electrical Instructor in Lott, Texas, for reviewing and editing the various articles in these newsletters. His comments and suggestions have been invaluable in the preparation of my Business Management and Management Skills Workbook. This newsletter article was extracted from that workbook. Watch for our next newsletter, and as always, we invite your comments and feedback. Send us your real-life experiences. We value your opinions and participation. Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org. And be sure to visit Mike Holts Website at www.mikeholt.com
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