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Managing your boss

WE'VE read books on the management of staff and subordinates, but managing our bosses? Ros Jay has just the answers for achieving this in her book How to Manage Your Boss - developing the perfect working relationship (Pearson).


Chevrolet to spearhead GM’s entry into M’sia

ALTHOUGH General Motors (GM) Corp is the world#146;s largest automobile company, the presence of its products on Malaysian roads is minimal, compared with those from other established American and Japanese car makers.


Budget a challenge for corporate sector, says MEF

THE Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has described the proposed Budget 2004 as a challenge for the corporate sector to move into a higher level of development with an emphasis on greater use of information technology (IT) and skilled manpower.


Rising to the challenge as CEO of medical centre

WHEN Dr Chong Su-Lin was first approached by Sunway Medical Centre Bhd to become its chief executive officer in 2000, she was pretty reluctant to accept the job.


R&D boosts Golden Hope fruit-based exports

GOLDEN Hope Plantations Bhd will continue to stress on research and development (RD) on its fruit-based products as part of its plan to increase its export market, its chairman Tan Sri Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid said.


Call centres boom in Asia

In the past four weeks, Sadhana Verma has picked up tips on American baseball, learnt American history and spent hours watching I>Jerry Maguire/Iand TV shows such as I>Baywatch/Iand I>Friends/I>. Verma is part of India's booming US$2.3bil-a-year back-office services industry.


CPO futures likely to trend higher

Forecasting Price Trends: A weekly column by G.M. Teoh on Crude Palm Oil, Soyoil, Cocoa and Cash Tin.


Mid-East specialist offers service

LONDON-BASED international marketing consultancy firm Seka Ltd is confident of getting more Malaysian companies to seek its assistance in setting up trade with Middle Eastern countries.


Leading at times of crisis

Sometimes it#8217;s easy to see the crisis facing your organisation. What isn#8217;t always so easy is judging precisely how to deal with it. What strategy should you devise? What resources should you apply, and over how much time? Should you change the organisation to deal with crisis? If so, how? HERMAN B. LEONARD writes.


Good value in Global Soft

Online investment advisor weirets on the value of investing in Global Soft saying they believe Global Soft offers good potential due to its attractive valuation, high margins and promising track record. While overall IT demand remains rather lacklustre this year, we find Global Soft surging ahead on the back of market share gains and new product introductions.