This package brings together a core text, skill-building workbook, a comprehensive Web site with additional interactive case studies, skills assessments, career tools, and teaching resources drawn from the author's award winning classroom. Together, the book and the assets that surround it show students how to "Get Connected" as they discover the dynamics of management in the context of a challenging and new work environment. They will learn about the responsibilities of a manager and what this means for their future career through many practical examples that are interwoven with core concepts and theories. They will appreciate the clear, concise, and engaging writing style that has made this text successful year after year. And, they will benefit from the solid foundation of research covered, as well as the high quality of examples presented.
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ORGANIZATIONS IN THE NEW WORKPLACE
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