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issues in a concise, exciting, and student- friendly format. PART I: INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT. 1. Managing the New
The theme of the fourth edition is the `new workplace' Workplace. PART II: THE ENVIRONMENT OF MANAGEMENT. 2. The
highlighting how technology and other influences have Environment and Corporate Culture. 3. Managing in a Global
changed the traditional organizations and the impact on Environment. 4. Managerial Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility.
PART III: PLANNING. 5. Organizational Planning and Goal Setting.
their members. Understanding Management uses small to 6. Managerial Decision Making. PART IV: ORGANIZING.
mid-sized organizations as examples giving students 7. Fundamentals of Organizing. 8. Change and Development.
practical insights into the type of organizations that 9. Human Resource Management. 10. Managing Diverse Employees.
many will start their careers. The goal since the first PART V: LEADING. 11. Foundations of Behavior in Organizations.
edition has been to provide a practical and hands-on 12. Leadership in Organizations. 13. Motivation in Organizations.
14. Communicating in Organizations. 15. Teamwork in Organizations.
alternative to the traditional and comprehensive texts on PART VI: CONTROLLING. 16. The Importance of Control. APPENDIX
the market. A: Video Cases. APPENDIX B: Continuing Case. APPENDIX C:
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. APPENDIX D:
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Table of Contents PART IV. ORGANIZING. 11. Organizational Design. 12. Organizational
PART I: INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT. 1. The Manager''s Job. Change and Learning. 13. Managing Human Resources. PART V.
2. International Management, Cultural Diversity. 3. Information LEADING. 14. Work Motivation. 15. Dynamics of Leadership.
Technology and the Internet. 4. Ethics and Social Responsibility. 16. Organizational Communication. 17. Managing Work Teams.
PART II: PLANNING. 5. Essentials of Planning. 6. Problem Solving 18. Organizational Cultures and Diversity.
and Decision Making. 7. Quantitative Techniques for Planning and
Decision Making. PART III. ORGANIZING. 8. Job Design and Work
Schedules. 9. Organization Structure, Culture, and Change. Management: Challenges
10. Staffing and Human Resource Management. PART IV: LEADING.
11. Leadership. 12. Motivation. 13. Communication. 14. Teams,
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1. Managing. Appendix A. A Brief History of Management.
WebTutor for Blackboard 0-324-20647-X 2. Environment: Culture, Ethics, and Social Responsibility. 3. The
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Table of Contents and Operational Planning Process. Appendix B. Time Management.
PART 1. MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY. PART THREE: ORGANIZING. 6. Organizing and Delegating Work.
1. Management and Managers: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. 7. Managing Change: Innovation and Diversity. 8. Human Resources
2. Evolution of Management Thought. 3. Social Responsibility and Management: Staffing. PART FOUR: LEADING. 9. Organizational
Ethics. PART 2. PLANNING CHALLENGES IN THE 21ST CENTURY. Behavior: Power, Politics, Conflict, and Stress. 10. Team Leadership.
4. Planning in the Contemporary Organization. 5. Strategic Planning 11. Communicating for Results. 12. Motivation for High Performance.
in a Global Environment. 6. Effective Managerial Decision Making. 13. Leading with Influence. PART FIVE: CONTROLLING. 14. Control
7. Decision-Making Tools and Techniques. PART 3. ORGANIZING Systems. 15. Operations, Quality, Technology and Information
CHALLENGES IN THE 21ST CENTURY. 8. Organizing for Quality, Systems. Appendix C. Internet Basics. Appendix D. How to
Productivity, and Job Satisfaction. 9. Designing the Contemporary Research Case Material Using the Internet.
Organization. 10. Strategic Human Resource Management.
11. Organizational Culture, Change, and Development. PART 4.
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PART I: INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT. 1. Management. managers and organizations to meet or exceed customers'
2. Organizational Environments and Cultures. 3. Ethics and Social needs and (2) the need organizations and their people
Responsibility. PART II: MAKING THINGS HAPPEN. 4. Planning.
5. Managing Information. 6. Decision Making. 7. Control. PART III:
have to be guided by effective leadership.
MEETING THE COMPETITION. 8. Global Management. 9. Organizational
Strategy. 10. Innovation and Change. 11. Designing Adaptive
Organizations. PART IV: ORGANIZING PEOPLE, PROJECTS AND Modern Human Relations
PROCESSES. 12. Managing Individuals and a Diverse Workforce.
13. Managing Teams. 14. Managing Human Resource Systems. at Work, 9e
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and authorship. SYSTEM. 9. Fundamentals of Leadership. 10. Developing,
Appraising, and Rewarding Personnel. PART V. BEHAVIORAL
EFFECTIVENESS. 11. Communicating for Effectiveness. 12. Managing
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