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Principles of Management

By: Robert L. Dansby and Karel Sovak
Copyright: 2020
Subject: Business
Description
 Students will learn about the responsibilities and rewards of being a manager for an organization. Learning the functions of management, how to be a strategic manager, and the importance of managerial soft skills bring management to life. This contemporary approach provides a solid base for learning concepts. Each of the five functions of management is presented in its entirety, providing comprehensive instruction to build on the other functions that follow. The text offers students the opportunity to learn lifelong skills to become productive workers and contributing citizens in our society.
  • The correlation of Principles of Management to the standards, objectives, and indicators for the Precision Exams Business Management exam prepares students to earn Career Skills™ Certificates upon completion of the course
  • Soft Skills for Management provides targeted information for leaders. By studying soft skills, students will be prepared to interact with coworkers, peers, and employers.
  • A Case Study in the unit opener presents a management situation that challenges students to answer thought-provoking questions about real-world situations. These cases will help them understand the connection between management theory and application.
  • College and Career Readiness exercises address literacy skills to help prepare students for the real world by connecting day-to-day learning to the workplace.
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Text 576 978-1-63563-841-7
Students will learn about the responsibilities and rewards of being a manager for an organization. Learning the functions of management, how to be a strategic manager, and the importance of managerial soft skills bring management to life. This contemporary approach provides a solid base for learning concepts. Each of the five functions of management is presented in entirety, providing comprehensive instruction to build on the other functions that follow. The text offers students the opportunity to learn life-long skills to become productive workers and contributing citizens in our society.
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Related Title(s)
Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance
Table of Contents
Introduction to Management
1. Management
2. History of Management
Planning
3. Planning
4. Managing with Information
Organizing and Staffing
5. Organizing
6. Staffing
7. Managing Employees
Leading
8. Leading
9. Managing Communication
10. Soft Skills for Management
Controlling
11. Controlling
12. Operations Management
Environment of Management
13. Managing in a Business Environment
14. Managing in the Economic Environment
15. Managing in a Global Environment
Small Business Management
16. Managing a Startup
17. Risk Management
18. Marketing
Managing Your Career
19. Career Planning
20. Writing for Employment
21. Digital Citizenship
Appendix A Writing a Management Report
Appendix B Math Skills Handbook

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Welcome to Principles of Management (g-wonlinetextbooks.com, Business)
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Front Matter (g-wonlinetextbooks.com, Business)
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Correlations
California Correlation
Florida Correlation
Indiana Correlation
Precision Exams
South Carolina Correlation
Texas Correlation
Virginia Correlation
About the Author(s)

Robert L. Dansby - is an instructor of accounting, business, and personal finance at Chattahoochee Valley Community College in Alabama, where he also serves as Chairperson of the Division of Business and Social Science. In addition, Bob is a small business, tax, and personal finance consultant. He is the author of numerous textbooks and workbooks in the areas of accounting, cost accounting, managerial accounting, business math, and personal finance. He has also written several articles for professional journals, served a five-year term as editor of the Georgia Business Education Association Journal, and has given more than 30 presentations at national and regional business education and accounting conferences. Bob holds a PhD in business education from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

Karel Sovak - is an Associate Professor and program director for marketing, management, the Emerging Leaders Academy and Internships/Cooperatives at the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota. Additionally, Karel is engaged in strategic planning and governance assistance for not-for-profit organizations. Karel is also involved in the Bismarck entrepreneurial ecosystem as chair of the ecosystem building committee for 1MCND. Karel is also an editor for Bismarck Magazine and River and Ranch publications in his community. He holds a PhD in Applied Management and Decision Sciences from Walden University.