Management: Concepts & Practices

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Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 2008 - Business & Economics - 777 pages
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Management provides students with a thorough explanation and exploration of management concepts and practices across all management functions.

The major theme of the book is management at a time of change, reflecting the challenges faced by managers with increasingly rapid developments in technology, the culture and environment in which they work and the globalisation of ideas and business activity.

Written in a straightforward style, the book contains chapters contributed by experts in their field to ensure coverage of the most recent ideas and practices.

It is suitable for students studying business or management in further or higher education and introductory management modules for non-specialists

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Tim Hannagan has worked as an educator and manager in both the private and public sectors, including more than 10 years as principal and chief executive of a further education corporation.

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