Management: Skills & Application, 14/e (IE-Paperback)

Leslie W. Rue

  • 出版商: McGraw-Hill Education
  • 售價: $931
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 552
  • 裝訂: Paperback
  • ISBN: 007132643X
  • ISBN-13: 9780071326438
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New! Co-author - Dr. Nabil A. Ibrahim has joined Dr. Rue as a co-author following the untimely death of Dr. Lloyd L. Byars.
Revised Communications and Decision-Making chapters. These revisions expand on the use of modern technology and social media.
Updated International Business chapter to reflect the significance of this topic in today's world.
Expanded Understanding Work Groups and Teams chapter to include a discussion of social loafing and virtual teams.
New! Section in the Leadership chapter that includes the importance of emotional intelligence.
Updated 80 percent of the Management Illustrations used throughout the text.
New and Updated Chapter Previews throughout this new edition.
Added internet links to enable additional research into various related topics.
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Chapter Previews ' real-life, up-to-date vignettes that illustrate one or more of the major points covered in the respective chapters. Preview analysis questions are presented at the end of each vignette to help the student relate the chapter material to the preview.
Management Illustrations ' brief, chapter-related actual corporate examples found in boxes throughout the chapters. These illustrations present more than 85 examples of concepts contained in the text, and most contain URLs of the companies detailed in them.
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Part One: Foundations
Chapter 1: Management in a Diverse Workplace
Chapter 2: The Management Movement
Chapter 3: Developing Communication Skills
Chapter 4: Decision-Making Skills
Part Two: Contemporary Issues
Chapter 5: Ethical, Social, and Legal Responsibilities of Management
Chapter 6: International Business
Part Three: Planning and Organizing Skills
Chapter 7: The Basics of Planning and Strategic Management
Chapter 8: Organizing Work
Chapter 9: Organizational Structure
Chapter 10: Understanding Work Groups and Teams
Part Four: Staffing Skills
Chapter 11: Staffing
Chapter 12: Employee Training and Development
Part Five: Directing Skills
Chapter 13: Motivating Employees
Chapter 14: Developing Leadership Skills
Chapter 15: Managing Conflict and Stress
Chapter 16: Managing Change and Culture
Part Six: Controlling Skills
Chapter 17: Management Control
Chapter 18: Appraising and Rewarding Performance
Part Seven: Operations Management
Chapter 19: Operations Management and Planning
Chapter 20: Operations Control