Home
Higher Education
Professional
Schools
VET
Medical
 
McGraw-Hill Education Australia & New Zealand

Search our catalogue

site tools Print Larger font Smaller font Bookmark this page Help

Community

Lecturers
Students
Authors

Digital Solutions

HE digital homepage
A&P revealed
Advertising Target Practice
ALEKS
ARIS
Blackboard/Moodle
BSG / GLO-BUS
Connect
Create
eBooks
EZ Test Online
Learnsmart
Managerís HotSeat
Marketerís Showdown
Mikes Bikes
MathZone
Online Learning Centres
SimNet

Browse Our Catalogue

Business & Economics
Computing
Science, Engineering & Maths
Humanities, Social Sciences & Languages
Vocational Education & Training
International Sites
Contemporary Management
Dianne Waddell, Jennifer Devine, Gareth Jones, Jennifer George

________________________________________

 

ISBN13: 9780074714829
ISBN10: 0074714821
Division: Higher Education
Pub Date: SEP-06,
Publish Status: In stock
Edition: 1
Price: A$ 134.95 / NZ$ 195(Incl. GST)





Description

The world of managing people and processes continues to change dramatically. Managers are faced with the conflicting challenges of understanding and motivating an increasingly diverse workforce, being open and accountable to a wide variety of stakeholders, planning for the future in an increasingly changing environment and considering the ethical implications of decision-making.

Contemporary Management offers a fresh and integrative view of the manager in the workplace in line with this changing environment. It views the manager as a person, working with people and within an organisation, and holding values and ethics. As such, modern issues such as diversity, cultural change and global management are given careful attention.

Management is an integrated and sometimes intricate balance of dealing with people within an organisational context. For students, the prospect of managing others can be particularly daunting. Contemporary Management is written with the student in mind, with many current case studies, exercises and support materials included.

In this thoroughly modern text, students learn that successful human interaction and communication are the real basis for effective and efficient management in business.

 


Request Copies

Online Resources

More Resources




 

top