Make today’s management theories and applications meaningful, memorable and engaging for your students with MANAGEMENT, 6E. Master story-teller, award-winning educator and accomplished author Chuck Williams uses a captivating narrative style to illuminate today’s most important management concepts and to highlight practices that really work in today’s workplace. Because students retain and better understand information that is personally relevant, Dr. Williams weaves more than 50 detailed, unforgettable examples and stories into each chapter in this edition. Proven learning features and self-assessments keep concepts intriguing and applicable to students’ daily lives. In addition, fresh scenarios, new cases and new video cases reflect the latest management innovations at work in well-known organizations throughout the world. The book’s comprehensive support package further helps you prepare each student for managerial success.
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