Management: challenges in the 21st century
South-Western College Pub., 1998 - Business & Economics - 674 pages
This book is the second edition of the bestselling new entry into the principles of management market of the last decade. Providing comprehensive coverage of traditional management theory, it focuses on meeting the challenges inherent to the dynamic, global environment of business. The applications orientation provides an opportunity to apply and understand a wide variety of real-world situations. This text helps students develop an understanding of the field of management and the competencies that will enable them to succeed in the business environment of the future.
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MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY
Managing in the 21st Century
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