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Management

A Concise Introduction

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 464
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30 October 2012

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19 September 2012

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Management: A Concise Introduction has been written with the student in mind - short chapters, easy identification of the key points and revision-friendly sections. Backed by robust academic theory with plenty of pedagogical...

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Management: A Concise Introduction has been written with the student in mind - short chapters, easy identification of the key points and revision-friendly sections. Backed by robust academic theory with plenty of pedagogical features, it has an engaging style and is, all in all, everything a student needs to understand the subject and pass the exam

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Concise coverage; ideal for one semester but comprehensive enough for a full year
Accessible and student friendly
Full of contemporary topics and analysis

PART I: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGEMENT
Introduction
Organisations, Managers and the Environment
Managing in a Changing Environment
Ethics and Corporate Governance
The Practice of Management
PART II: MANAGEMENT AND PEOPLES
Culture
Communication
Management Influence, Power and Conflict
Human Resource Management
Leadership and Management
PART III: STRATEGY, POLICY, DIRECTION AND PRIORITIES
Strategy, Policy and Direction
Marketing
Managing Operations and Projects
Financial and Quantitative Aspects of Management
Organizational and Managerial Performance
PART IV: ENDURING PRIORITIES OF MANAGEMENT
Risk
Management and Motivation
Management on a Daily Basis
Management Development
Managing in a Global and International Environment
Managing for the Present and Future
PART V: SUMMARY SHEETS.

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RICHARD PETTINGER Lecturer in Management at University College London, UK. He is director of a number of undergraduate programmes and is currently Admissions Tutor. He has written over 30 books, most recently Managing for Dummies.

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RICHARD PETTINGER Lecturer in Management at University College London, UK. He is director of a number of undergraduate programmes and is currently Admissions Tutor. He has written over 30 books, most recently Managing for Dummies.

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