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Readers discover the energy and excitement found in business today within the engaging, and accessible presentation found in BUSN 3E. Designed specifically for today's learner, BUSN's streamlined, riveting design presents all of the core Introduction to Business topics in only 17 succinct chapters, including a unique chapter on Business Communications. BUSN 3E directly connects readers with what's happening in business today and how it will affect them. The book focuses on business principles most important to the learner's success with less reading, more visuals and manageable chunks of information. Memorable examples relate business topics to every day life and career success, while tightly integrated resources, such as an interactive website and the latest news feeds, help sharpen business, study, and communication skills.
Table of Contents
|The Business Environment|
|Business Now: Change is the Only Constant|
|Economics: the Framework for Business|
|The World Marketplace: Business without Borders|
|Business Ethics and Social Responsibility: Doing Well by Doing Good|
|Business Communication: Creating and Delivering Messages that Matter|
|Creating a Business|
|Business Formation: Choosing the Form that Fits|
|Small Business and Entrepreneurship: Economic Rocket Fuel|
|Financing a Business|
|Accounting: Decision Making by the Numbers|
|Finance: Acquiring and Using Funds to Maximize Value|
|Securities Markets: Trading Financial Resources|
|Marketing a Business|
|Marketing: Building Profitable Customer Connections|
|Product and Promotion: Creating and Communicating Value|
|Distribution and Pricing: Right Product, Right Person, Right Place, Right Price|
|Managing a Business|
|Management Motivation and Leadership: Bringing Business to Life|
|Human Resource Management: Building a Top-Quality Workforce|
|Managing Information and Technology: Finding New Ways to Learn and Link|
|Operations Management: Putting it All Together|
|Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining|
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