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This is the 13th edition with a publication date of 11/4/2008.
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MANAGEMENT: Skills and Application, 13e by Rue and Byars is a short, value-priced paperback that presents the fundamentals of management principles to undergraduate students. It continues its tradition of presenting principles of management in a straightforward and accessible manner, focusing on the essential skills that are needed to become a successful manager.
Table of Contents
|Management in a Diverse Workplace|
|The Management Movement|
|Developing Communication Skills|
|Ethical, Social, and Legal Responsiblities of Management|
|The Basics of Planning and Strategic Management|
|Organizing and Staffing Skills|
|Understanding Work Groups and Teams|
|Employee Training and Development|
|Developing Leadership Skills|
|Managing Conflice and Stress|
|Managing Change and Culture|
|Appraising and Rewarding Performance|
|Operations Management and Planning|
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