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Introduction to Business Management,9780199059829

Introduction to Business Management

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Edition:
9th
ISBN13:

9780199059829

ISBN10:
0199059829
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/26/2013
Publisher(s):
Oxford University Press, USA
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Summary

Introduction to Business Management ninth edition explores the business environment in which we operate. It explains management principles such as planning, organising, leading, and controlling. It also has an in-depth focus on the functional areas of human resources, marketing, public relations, financial management, operations management, and purchasing and supply management.

South Africa's leading introductory business management textbook continues to introduce students from undergraduate and diploma courses, as well as MBA courses, to the dynamics of the organisational environment.

Author Biography


S Rudansky-Kloppers, Department of Business Management, Unisa,B Erasmus, Vice Principal of Operations, Unisa,J Strydom, Department of Business Management and Head: Research for School of Management Sciences, Unisa,JA Badenhorst-Weiss, Professor in the Department Business Management, Unisa,T Brevis-Landsberg, Chair of the Department of Business Management, Unisa,MC Cant, Chair of the Department in Marketing and Retail Management, Unisa,LP Kruger, Professor in the Department of Business Management, Unisa,R Machado, Department of Marketing and Retail Management, Unisa,J Marx, Chair of the Department of Finance, Risk Management and Banking,RT Mpofu, Professor in the Department of Business Management, Unisa,RJ Steenkamp, Professor in the Department of Business Management, Unisa,MJ Vrba, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Business Management, Unisa


S Rudansky-Kloppers is with the Department of Business Management at Unisa.

B Erasmus is Vice Principal of Operations at Unisa.

J Strydom is with the Department of Business Management and Head: Research for School of Management Sciences at Unisa.

JA Badenhorst-Weiss
is Professor in the Department Business Management at Unisa.

T Brevis-Landsberg is Chair of the Department of Business Management at Unisa.

MC Cant is Chair of the Department in Marketing and Retail Management at Unisa.

LP Kruger is Professor in the Department of Business Management at Unisa.

R Machado is with the Department of Marketing and Retail Management at Unisa.

J Marx is Chair of the Department of Finance, Risk Management and Banking.

RT Mpofu is Professor in the Department of Business Management at Unisa.

RJ Steenkamp is Professor in the Department of Business Management at Unisa.

MJ Vrba is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Business Management at Unisa.

Table of Contents


1 The business world and business management
2 Entrepreneurship
3 The establishment of business
4 The business environment
5 Corporate social responsibility
6 Introduction to general management
7 Planning
8 Organising
9 Leading
10 Controlling the management process
11 Operations management
12 Human resource management and the SA labour legislative framework
13 Marketing management
14 Financial management
15 Purchasing and supply management


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