Training for Management

Subject: Training for Management
From: SB <sylvia -dot- braunstein -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 6 Jun 2008 17:51:50 +0300

I need to know how to manage the people and the documentation so we can meet
the deadlines and so that the work gets done.

I don't have other experience other than finding myself in that situation
without prior experience. I know how to manage myself because I know that I
can rely on myself but managing other people is different. I know that when
I say that I will do something, I do it or if I can't do it, I make sure
that my boss knows so that he can make a decision about what to do about it.
However, other people are not like that and I would like to know how to
handle the various situations so that we can deliver. I would also like to
know how to actually manage the whole department (3 people).

I would like to get recommendations for management training. Is it better to
get a general management training course or does is it better to get
specific skills for documentation management. I would like to get
recommendations and possibly reading references.

How do I get started if I am in that position?

Thank you,


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