Management Interactive Text combines the thorough presentation of Richard Daft's Management 6th Edition, with rich multimedia, real-time updates, exercises, self-assessment tests, note-taking tools, and more. This combination of print and online material provides users with active learning tools and tutorials; helping instructors shorten preparation time and improve instruction. The Interactive Text offers a complete technology teaching solution that integrates all of the media together in one seamless package – no “assembly” is required. Management Interactive Text consists of two components: a Print Companion and a seamlessly integrated Online Companion, providing an easy-to-use teaching and learning experience. The Print Companion is a paperback textbook that includes the core content from Management 6th Edition. All time-sensitive pedagogical features and materials at the end of chapters have been moved from the printed textbook to the Online Companion. The Online Companion provides a dedicated Web site featuring all of the core content from the Print Companion combined with interactive learning resources, self-assessment tests, and note-taking features.
90 pages matching employees in this book
Results 1-3 of 90
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT
66 other sections not shown
achieve approach behavior Cemex challenges chapter Cisco Systems communication company's competitive content theories coordination corporate culture countries create crisis customers decision define departments described develop discussed diversity Douglas Daft e-commerce economic effective employees entrepreneurs environmental ethical Experiencing Management external environment functions global goals human relations movement human resources ideas illustrated in Exhibit implementation important increased individuals industry innovation Interactive Example Internet involved Kenneth Chenault leader leadership learning organization manager's manufacturing motivation Nortel Networks operations organization's organizational percent performance planning power distance problems profits programs relationships rewards role share skills small business social responsibility stakeholders start-up strategic management strategy structure style subordinates success suppliers task telecommuting tion today's top managers uncertainty values virtual teams Wal-Mart workers workforce workplace