Exploring Management, 1st Asia-Pacific Edition【內含Access Code, 經刮除不受退】[Schermerhorn] 9781119874935

🔸書名:Exploring Management, 1st Asia-Pacific Edition【內含Access Code, 經刮除不受退】
商品編號: MB0734PC



Exploring Management offers a flexible1. topic-specific presentation
The first thing you'll notice is that Exploring Management presents 'chunks' of material to be readand digested in short batches. This is a direct response to classroom experiences in which our studentsincreasingly find typical book chapters cumbersome to handle.
Students never read more than a few pages in Exploring Management before they do an activity thatallows them to bring closure to what they have just read. This chunked pedagogy motivates students toread and study assigned material before attending class. And it helps them perform better on tests andassignments.
Topics are easily assignable and sized for a class session. Although presented in the traditional planning,organising, controlling and leading framework, chapters can be used in any order based on instructorpreferences. Many options are available for courses of different types, lengths and meeting schedules,including online and distance-learning formats. It all depends on what fits best with your course objectives,learning approaches and instructional preferences.
Exploring Management uses a conversational and interactive writing style
The voice of the authors in Exploring Management speaks with students the way lecturers do in theclassroom - conversationally, interactively and asking lots of questions.
Exploring Management helps students get good marks, refine their careeraspirations and build useful career skills
Exploring Management is written and designed to help students prepare for quizzes and tests and buildessential career readiness and life skills. In addition to chunked reading, the end-of-chapter activities askstudents to answer multiple-choice, short-answer and integration and application questions as a startingpoint for testing success.




PART 1: Introduction
1. Managers and the management process
2. Evolution of management theory
3. Ethics, social responsibility and sustainability
4. Context of management
PART 2: Planning
5. Making management decisions
6. Plans and planning techniques
7. Strategic management
PART 3: Organising
8. Organisation structure and design
9. Innovation and change
10. Human resource management
PART 4: Controlling
11. Managing organisational performance
PART 5: Leading
12. Leadership
13. Individual behaviour
14. Motivation
15. Teams and teamwork
16. Management skills: communication