6E-7, Robbins, Stephen P., Coulter, Mary, Management, 7/E* Robbins and Coulter's best-selling book demonstrates the real-world applications of management concepts and makes management come alive by bringing real managers and readers together. As it successfully integrates the various functions of management, the book establishes a dialogue with managers from a variety of fields Chapter-opening “A Managers Dilemma” vignettes introduce readers to real situations— faced by real managers, and chapter-ending “Real Managers Respond to Opening Dilemma” discussions explore successful resolutions—both using the concepts covered in each chapter. These chapters cover an introduction to management and organizations, management yesterday and today, organizational culture and environment, managing in a global environment, social responsibility and managerial ethics, managing entrepreneurial ventures, decision-making, managing change and innovation, understanding groups and teams, and much more. For all level managers in a variety of fields.
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