FINDING A WAY TO THE TOP by RANDOLPH W. CAMERON
CAREER MOVES FOR THE MINORITY MANAGER

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Many people will fail at their first and second attempts to be successful in a corporation, not because they lack the academic skills or the technical know-how. They will fail because they lack the knowledge and experience to deal with the discipline of corporate culture.

Black, Hispanic, and Asian women and men are more visible than ever on the corporate ladder, yet they often find that it takes more than talent and ambition to climb to the top.

This step-by-step guide – in paperback – tells you what you need to know to not only survive, but to thrive in today’s job market.

In that position, Mr. Cameron served such clients as Columbia Pictures, Mobile Oil, and the Government of Bermuda. Mr. Cameron has published a number of articles on profit and nonprofit management.

 

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Many people will fail at their first and second attempts to be successful in a corporation, not because they lack the academic skills or the technical know-how.  They will fail because they lack the knowledge and experience to deal with the discipline of corporate culture. Black, Hispanic, and Asian women and men are more visible than ever on the corporate ladder, yet they often find that it takes more than talent and ambition to climb to the top. This step-by-step guide ? in paperback ? tells you what you need to know to not only survive, but to thrive in today?s job market. In that position, Mr. Cameron served such clients as Columbia Pictures, Mobile Oil, and the Government of Bermuda.  Mr. Cameron has published a number of articles on profit and nonprofit management.
 
Published November 9, 2004 by AuthorHouse. 308 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction
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