Key concepts in management / Jonathan Sutherland and Diane Canwell.

by Sutherland, JonathanLooking glass; Canwell, DianeLooking glass.

Series: Palgrave key concepts: Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.Description: ix, 325 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.ISBN: 1403915334.Subject(s): ManagementLooking glassNote: Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Key Concepts in Management is one of a range of comprehensive glossaries with entries arranged alphabetically for easy reference. All major concepts, terms, theories and theorists are incorporated and cross-referenced. Additional reading and Internet research opportunities are identified. More complex terminology is made clearer with numerous diagrams and illustrations. With over 500 key terms defined, the book represents a comprehensive must-have reference for anyone studying a business-related course or those simply wishing to understand what management is all about. It will be especially useful as a revision aid.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Contains almost 600 Major Concepts
  • Terms
  • Theories and Theorists
  • Arranged Alphabetically

Author notes provided by Syndetics

JON SUTHERLAND and DIANE CANWELL are both experienced writers. They are the authors of a number of successful key reference and textbooks including Marketing Campaigns (1998), Organisation Structures and Processes (1997) and Foundation Business (1996). They are both former college lecturers specializing in business studies and are now full-time writers.
JON SUTHERLAND and DIANE CANWELL are both experienced writers. They are the authors of a number of successful key reference and textbooks including Marketing Campaigns (1998), Organisation Structures and Processes (1997) and Foundation Business (1996). They are both former college lecturers specializing in business studies and are now full-time writers.

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