A Framework for Management

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Business & Economics - 446 pages
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For quarter courses/short MBA modules, undergraduate/graduate courses in Principles of Management. This text is a brief, 2-color, paperback version of Desslers Management: Leading People and Organizations in the 21st Century. *Brief, inexpensive paperback. Covers all key topics in management, in a traditional Planning, Organizing, Leading, and Controlling framework; and makes the perfect essential for instructors who just want a core text and bring in their own selection of additional readings, cases, simulations, and other materials. - Provides instructors with a variety of resources. *Comprehensive Internet, print and media supplements package. Offers all the traditional supplements like an Instructors Manual, Test File, Computerized Test Manager, Powerpoints, Transparency Acetates, and Videos, plus full support on the PHLIP/CW site and an optional CD-ROM available for an additional $5. - Provides students with the learning aids that enable them to review material, extract key concepts, assess their understanding and pursue research projects.

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Gary Dessler (Ph.D., business administration, Bernard Baruch School of Business) is Professor of Business at Florida International University. In addition to Management: Leading People and Organizations in the 21st Century, he is the author of a number of other books including, most recently, Human Resource Management, 8th edition (Prentice-Hall), Essentials of Human Resource Management (Prentice-Hall), and Winning Commitment: How to Build and Keep a Competitive Workforce. His books have been translated into Chinese, Russian, Indonesian, Spanish, and Portuguese, and are being used by students and managers all over the world. He has written numerous articles on employee commitment, organizational behavior, leadership, and quality improvement, and for ten years wrote the syndicated "Job Talk" column for the Miami Herald.

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