Welcome to the textbook revolution(you will have to read on to learn more about the revolution that you have joined in using this material for your class). We are happy to have you on Carpenter, Bauer, and Erdogan’sPrinciples of Management team! Given that principle is likely to be one of the first management courses, if not one of the first business courses, that students take, our objective in developing this material was to provide students and instructors with a solid and comprehensive foundation on the fundamentals of management. Each of the sixteen chapters is comprehensive but succinct, and action-oriented but not busy (as in busy work). Moreover, the book and supplements have been written in a direct and active style that we hope students and instructors find both readily accessible and relevant.
Principles of Management covers all of the traditional topics in an introductory management course. The authors teach management principles to tomorrow’s business leaders by weaving three threads through every chapter: strategy, entrepreneurship, and leadership. Version 3.0 has been streamlined to make key points more quickly and describe them more powerfully.
|Title: Principles of Management|
Authors: Mason Andrew Carpenter, Talya Bauer
Length: 446 pages
Publisher: FlatWorld (2016)