Management by Chuck WilliamsManagement by Chuck Williams

Management

byChuck Williams, Alex Kondra, Conor Vibert

Hardcover | February 19, 2007

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Like the 1st Canadian edition of Williams, Kondra and Vibert Management, the 2nd edition will continue to combine theory and research with specific "real world" stories and examples that illustrate good or poor use of management theories. The stories and examples in each chapter will be relevant & up-to-date. On average, each chapter will have 25 to 30 stories or examples to help students understand how management concepts and theories are applied in the business world.
Dr. Chuck Williams is a Professor of Management in the Andre B. Lacy School of Business, formerly known as the College of Business, at Butler University. Dr. Williams previously served as Dean of the College of Business at Butler University, Dean of Eberhardt School of Business at the University of the Pacific, and Associate Professor ...
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Title:ManagementFormat:HardcoverDimensions:608 pages, 11.13 × 8.75 × 1 inPublished:February 19, 2007Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0176252606

ISBN - 13:9780176252601

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction to Management 1. Management 2. Organizational Environments and Cultures 3. Ethics and Social Responsibility Part 2: Making Things Happen 4. Planning 5. Managing Information 6. Decision-Making 7. Control Part 3: Meeting the Competition 8. Global Management 9. Organizational Strategy 10. Innovation and Change 11. Organizational Structures and Processes Part 4: Organizing People, Projects, and Processes 12. Managing Teams 13. Managing Human Resource Systems 14. Managing Service and Manufacturing Operations Part 5: Leading 15. Motivation and Leadership 16. Managing Communication