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Publisher's Summary

Are your working relationships working against you?
To achieve your goals and get ahead, you need to rally people behind you and your ideas. But how do you do that when you lack formal authority or when you have a boss who gets in your way or when you're juggling others' needs at the expense of your own?
You can do it by managing up, down, and across the organization. Your success depends on it whether you're a young professional or an experienced leader.
The HBR Guide to Managing Up and Across will help you:


Advance your agenda - and your career - with smarter networking
Build relationships that bring targets and deadlines within reach
Persuade decision makers to champion your initiatives
Collaborate more effectively with colleagues
Deal with new, challenging, or incompetent bosses
Navigate office politics
©2013 Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kevin A Calloway Jr on 05-27-16

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This book has solid content. It is a collection of articles from the many issues of the Harvard Business Review.

The main weakness is that there are many charts/spreadsheets in the articles, and the narrator doesn't do a great job of making them accessible for a listening audience. If you're cool with that, it has good advice for managing your social capital at work.

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1 out of 5 stars
By BStro on 06-05-18

Not Complete Articles

These are not complete articles form HBR; they are rather summaries of the articles. In a summary format, story line was lost and these turned into a bullet list of general strategies. Not very enjoyable to listen to and not memorable.

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