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Roberta Matuson's knowledge of the workforce is extensive and this book reflects her years of experience.
The book is easy to read and comprehend and gives tangible advice that can be implemented at the pace of the reader.
I recommend this book highly to those who are interested in understanding the dynamics of their work environment.
This book is a good read at any stage of one’s career. It highlights the perspective of those working around you and provides tips in navigating daily challenges. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SR
Relatively short book with lots of helpful information.
It will point you in the right direction, however isn't in very depth on any specific topic. Read more
Matuson's SUDDENLY IN CHARGE provides excellent advice for both high-level managers and those working in a "sea of cubicles. Read morePublished 7 months ago by James D. Guilford
The value of this ingenious two-sided "flipped" book addressing both top-down and bottom-up management is neatly captured in Matuson's opening: "if you do not quickly... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Karen Cardozo
As an advisor to senior executives, I recognize that time is a precious commodity. People are running faster in the hopes of accomplishing more in less time with greater... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Hugh Blane
This is a great book for anyone in management! I would definitely recommend this for new supervisors if you need the advice from a professional.Published 14 months ago by pam simonette
"Suddenly in Charge" was given to me at a conference. I refer to it almost weekly. As an intern just starting out in my career, I'm experiencing many of the pitfalls and classic... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Intern
Roberta has captured an entire careers worth of information and advice in her new book. What is amazing is that we all know how to manage up and down, but this reference guide... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Boston CIO
Managing up - helps readers to understand lot more about their career potential. We can learn how to interact with management; to analyze the job environment, and to good... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Iris Ko