9 edition of The Turnaround found in the catalog.
August 1, 2008
by Little, Brown and Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
The former police commissioner of New York City tells all. Bratton grew up in working-class Dorchester, outside Boston, and from childhood on was obsessed with the idea of becoming a police officer. By the time he was in his early 30s, Bratton had worked his way up from beat cop to second in command of the Boston police force. Even back then, his ambitions got him in trouble with the mayor (as Author: William Bratton. Certification In a highly scrutinized profession, the Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP) and Certified Turnaround Analyst (CTA) distinctions are objective measures that show the holder possesses the experience, knowledge, and integrity necessary to conduct corporate renewal work.
The Turnaround Project Planning Primer is an abridged version of the STO Planning Handbook.. For further reading, we also recommend Joel Levitt’s Managing Maintenance Shutdowns and Outages. Turnarounds are superb management schools. Everything needs fixing. Nothing is sure except the need to recover. The learning experience is intense. Never again will the turnaround leader assume.
The Turnaround takes us on a journey from the rock-and-soul streets of the '70s to the changing neighborhoods of D.C. today, from the diners and auto garages of the city to the inside of Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital, where wounded men and women have returned to the world in a time of war. The chapter provides a general overview of the turnaround management in business. A turnaround is a strategic management tool used to safeguard plant reliability. A direct connection can be drawn between turnaround's successful accomplishment and the profitability of the company because it is a significant maintenance and engineering event.
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