Business Principles of Landscape Contracting

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006 - Business & Economics - 193 pages
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This book essentially translates business principles into a language that can be conprehended by readers who have limited knowledge of business principles. In contrast to the manual, "how-to" style of trade publications and articles, the text within "Business Principles of Landscape Contracting" emphasizes business principles and their applications to the landscape industry. Since the lanscape industry is service oriented, the human element could not be ignored. It is people, not machines, that produce the end product for all landscape companies. Therefore, chapters are devoted to personnel management, professional development, employee productivity and leadership. Introduces business principles associated with the landscape contracting industry./Provides business management concepts in a pedagogical format for readers who have limited knowledge of business principles. A perfect tool for a person looking to get into entry-level management or entreprenueral ventures.

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