Vocabulary & Axioms for Professional Managers and Partners


Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
214 Pages
Reviewed on 02/06/2014
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Reviewed by Julia Schemmer for Readers' Favorite

Vocabulary & Axioms for Professional Managers and Partners by Gregory N. Weismantel is the perfect reference book for those interested in the rapidly expanding world of business. From "analogous practicality" to "the axiom of innate ability", this book is useful in decoding confusing business jargon. If you are a business manager or employee, this book will teach you key terms about managing an effective corporation. Once you know the basic vocabulary, then the potential to better your business begins. When I was fifteen, I founded my first organization, and had no idea how to run it! Through this book, I gained meaningful skills and clarity in running a corporation that benefits society. Now, I am excited for the future of my business - it was only through this book that I was able to recognize its potential in the sphere of commerce.

Sometimes the world of business becomes so bewildering that it is almost like learning a whole new language. Have no fear, Gregory N. Weismantel is here to define some of the most overused language in the workforce, and provide practical ways to instill such knowledge. Weismantel is a successful businessman, seasoned in senior and general management positions with some of the biggest companies we see today. In his book, Vocabulary & Axioms for Professional Managers and Partners, he uses his expertise to help the next generation of businessmen. Within this book, he provides quotes by businessmen such as John D. Rockefeller and Weismantel himself. This book will forever be a treasure of mine, a "Global Positioning System" for business decisions.