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Managing today!

  • ISBN: 9780130143853
  • Editorial: Prentice Hall
  • Lugar de la edición: New Jersey. Estados Unidos de Norteamérica
  • Edición número: 2nd ed
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Medidas: 26 cm
  • Nº Pág.: 651
  • Idiomas: Inglés

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This unique, re-engineered text defines and describes the new paradigm brought on by recent dramatic changes in the field of management. Managing Today! redefines the traditional functional approach employed by previous management texts to more accurately reflect recent, fundamental changes in the economy and workplace changes that have significantly reshaped today's managers' jobs. Robbins' balanced approach presents an effective integration of theory and applications displayed within a clear, visual design specifically tailored for today's students. For courses in Introduction to Management and courses that combine management and organizational behavior. INDICE INTRODUCTION. 1. Welcome to the Changing World of Work. 2. Managing Organizations and People. II. DECISION, PLANNING, AND MONITORING SYSTEMS. 3. Making Decisions. 4. Monitoring the Environment. 5. Planning Systems. 6. Monitoring Performance Through Control Systems. III. ORGANIZING TASKS, PEOPLE, AND CULTURE. 7. Technology and the Design of Work Processes. 8. Organization Design. 9. Managing Human Resources. 10. Understanding Groups and Developing Effective Teams. 11. Creating and Sustaining the Organization's Culture. IV. LEADING AND EMPOWERING PEOPLE. 12. Understanding the Basics of Human Behavior. 13. Work Motivation and Rewards. 14. Basic Issues in Leadership. 15. Contemporary Issues in Leadership. 16. Building Trust. 17. Developing Interpersonal Skills. V. ORGANIZATIONAL RENEWAL. 18. Managing Change: Revisiting the Changing World of Work.

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