Essentials of Management

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South-Western/Thomson Learning, 2003 - Business & Economics - 517 pages
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Essentials of Management makes the connection between theory and concepts to actual practice by showing how managers and organizations effectively apply the basic principles of management. The text takes a functional approach, first introducing the role of a manager and the modern managerial environment, before exploring planning organizing, leading, and control . The Sixth Edition has been extensively revised and updated to include the latest information, examples and activities to help readers understand the skills necessary to manage, lead, and compete in today's world. .

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Planning
PARTI Introduction to Management
International Management and Cutttrai Diversity 29
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Andrew J. DuBrin is Professor Emeritus of Management in the E. Philip Saunders College of Business at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he served as department chairman and team leader. Dr. DuBrin has taught courses and conducted research in leadership, management, organizational behavior, and career management. He presents at other colleges, career schools, and universities. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial Psychology from Michigan State University. Dr. DuBrin has experience in human resource management and is a business and personal consultant in career management, leadership, and management development. Dr. DuBrin is an established author of both textbooks and trade books, and he contributes to professional journals, magazines, newspapers, and online media. He has written textbooks on management, leadership, organizational behavior, human relations, political behavior in organizations, and impression management. His trade books address management issues from charisma, team play, and office politics to overcoming career self-sabotage, and coaching and mentoring.

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