Small business management: a planning approach

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Irwin, 1996 - Business & Economics - 452 pages
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Contents

Business Planning
85
Sections of the Business Plan
133
Planning Implementation
157
The Personnel Function
247
The Financing Function
277
PART VI
390
The Business Plan
417
Index
440
Location and Layout
187
The ProductionOperations
215
Inventory
221
Performance Evaluation and Review
230
The Personnel Function
247
The Financing Function
277
PART IV
298
Controlling and Evaluating
305

Requirements for Success
13
Legal Forms of Ownership
27
Business Ownership Options
57
How the Law and Social and Ethical
101
The Business Plan
111
PART II
124
Introduction 88
133
Planning and Implementation
155
Financial Analysis and Taxation
329
Controlling Assets Risk and Computer
359
Controlling Crime
365
PART VI
380
Taking the Small Business Global
389
Index
440
Copyright

About the author (1996)

Dr. Corman is Professor of Management, Emeritus at the Frank Sawyer School of Management at Suffolk University in Boston. At Suffolk he served as a Professor of Management, Director of the Full-time MBA Program, Chair of the Management Department, Chair of the AACSB Accreditation Committee and Director of the Small Business Institute. He has written many case studies, a number of textbooks and many refereed journal articles. He has consulted for many small businesses and written many business plans. Currently he is active in the Small Business Institute and consults to non profit organizations through the Executive Service Corps. Dr. Corman holds an AB from Brandeis University, an MBA from the Wharton School and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania

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