ISBN 9780070667693,Principles Of Management

Principles Of Management



Tata McGraw - Hill Education

Publication Year 2007

ISBN 9780070667693

ISBN-10 0070667691


Number of Pages 528 Pages
Language (English)


This exciting new offering engages students with its exceptional storytelling and great examples to aid them in seeing the big picture/ interconnectivity among the four functions of management. A unique "Management Portfolio Project" rounds out the student experience. Key Features Focus on what managers actually do: This text close the gap between what managers actually do or think about by (a)including strategizing as a key management function;(b)demonstrating how control impacts goals,performance measurement & organizational culture; and (c)integrating "development" with the leadership function.Interconnect of the four functions of management: It provides students with connections between different concepts bring to light the "Big Picture" they need to understand. Why does it matter?: Every chapter concludes with a summary of why the material covered matters for students of management, and how understanding these concepts can help students become a more successful manager. Management Portfolio Project: this activity at the end of every chapter asks students to apply chapter. By following one company throughout the semester students get a grasp of how and why all functions work together Table of contents :- Part I: Managers And The Environment Chapter 1 Management Chapter 2 The External And Internal Environment Chapter 3 Globalization And The Manager Chapter 4 Stakeholders, Ethics And Corporate Social Responsibility Part II: Strategizing Chapter 5 Planning And Decision Making Chapter 6 Strategy Chapter 7 Managing Operations Part III:Organizational Architecture Chapter 8 Organizing Chapter 9 Control Systems Chapter 10 Organizational Culture Chapter 11 Developing High Performance Teams Part IV: Leading Chapter 12 Staffing And Developing A Diverse Workforce Chapter 13 Motivating And Rewarding Employee Performance Chapter 14 Managing Employee Attitudes And Wellbeing Chapter 15 Managing Through Power, Influence And Negotiation Chapter 16 Leadership Chapter 17 Communication Part V: Change Chapter 18 Managing Innovation And Change