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Management, 2nd Edition

Management, 2nd Edition

Christopher P. Neck, Jeffery D. Houghton, Emma Murray, Charles L. Lattimer

ISBN: 978-1-119-30044-1

Oct 2016

504 pages

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Management, 2nd Edition by Neck, Houghton, Murray, & Lattimer helps students think critically, make better decisions, and act in an ethical way that contributes to long-term organizational success. The authors of Management 2nd Edition believe that young managers can contribute to building a more sustainable future by making decisions that are more acutely informed by their ability to see, think, apply, analyze, design, integrate, and evaluate systems and patterns of behavior. This text provides the tools to help instructors teach and students learn the how and why behind management decisions. Choose Neck, Management and build your students’ critical thinking skills necessary for sound decision-making that later translates into effective business management.

Related Resources

1: Management in the 21st Century

2: The Evolution of Management

3: Critical Thinking for Managers

4: Organizations and Change Management

5: Diversity in a Global Economy

6: Ethics and Social Responsibility

7: Making Better Decisions

8: Setting Goals

9: Designing Strategies

10: Structuring Organizations

11: The Human Side of Management

12: Managing Team Performance

13: Managers as Leaders

14: Understanding Individual Behavior

15: Communicating and Motivating Others

16: Information and Operations

17: Performance Development

18: Entrepreneurship and Innovation

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