This book takes as its starting point the premise that the raison d'etre of management in the 1990s is the management of change. It looks at the many areas of management including leadership, organisational culture and human resource management, and considers each of these functions in turn to examine how they have and how they must develop. The text takes an integrative approach to the subject of management and brings together these separate areas to show how they are all necessary to the management of change and to establishing a sense of direction for a company. With contributions from leading authorities in their fields and with such comprehensive coverage of a wide range of topics, this text is a must for all students of management.
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'Hannagan introduces students to an unrivalled range of useful models, concepts and techniques.' - Philip McCosker, University College Worcester.
Management 4th edition provides students with a thorough explanation and exploration of management concepts and practices across all management functions.
The inclusion of topics like managerial decision making, finance, ethical and environmental issues, leadership and globalisation, as well as a new chapter on Public Sector Management, helps students to develop a solid understanding of the way that organisations are managed.
Written in a straightforward style, the book includes contributions from experts in each field to encourage an appreciation of the most recent ideas and practices, and a travel guide to plan the most effective way to use the book.
An ideal introduction for those studying Business or Management in Further or Higher Education, as well as non-specialists taking an introductory course in Management.
'By combining a friendly style with authoritative content and a wide range of practical examples, this book has proved an ideal key text for a wide variety of undergraduate courses.' - Stuart Wall, Anglia Polytechnic University
Dr Tim Hannagan has worked in sales and general management for companies in the UK and abroad. He has worked in both the public and private sectors and in further and higher education, including more than ten years as principal and chief executive of a further education corporation and is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at the Open University Business School.
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Tim Hannagan has worked as an educator and manager in both the private and public sectors, including more than 10 years as principal and chief executive of a further education corporation.
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Book Description Financial Times Management, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2nd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0273631039