Management, Volume 1
Chuck Williams presents management concepts and theories through a unique framework and a writing style that truly engages readers and draws them into the material. Focusing on how managers "make things happen' in modern organizations, the text shows the role and impact of management on individuals and organizations. Management, 2nd edition makes frequent use of stories, detailed examples and other unique pedagogical features that reinforce key concepts for the reader and put it in a context that they can relate. Williams' fresh approach, selection of topics, and unique features have been praised by users for their clarity and readability.
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Part One Introduction to Management
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