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Management: Leading & Collaborating in a Competitive World

Management: Leading & Collaborating in a Competitive World

13th Edition
By Thomas Bateman and Scott Snell and Robert Konopaske
ISBN10: 1259927644
ISBN13: 9781259927645
Copyright: 2019
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Preface
Part One Foundations of Management
1 Managing and Performing
2 The External and Internal Environments
3 Managerial Decision Making
Part Two Planning: Delivering Strategic Value
4 Planning and Strategic Management
5 Ethics, Corporate Responsibility, and Sustainability
6 International Management
7 Entrepreneurship
Part Three Organizing: Building a Dynamic Organization
8 Organization Structure
9 Organizational Agility
10 Human Resources Management
11 Managing the Diverse Workforce
Part Four Leading: Mobilizing People
12 Leadership
13 Motivating for Performance
14 Teamwork
15 Communicating
Part Five Controlling: Learning and Changing
16 Managerial Control
17 Managing Technology and Innovation
18 Creating and Leading Change
Notes
Glossary/Subject Index
Name Index