Solution Manual (Downloadable files) For Fundamentals of Management , 11th Edition By Stephen Robbins,Dr Mary Coulter, David A. De Cenzo,ISBN-13:9780135179024
For introductory/principles of management courses.
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Everything students need to know to develop their ‘management sense’ and be successful
Fundamentals of Management covers the essential concepts of management by providing a solid foundation for understanding the key issues facing managers and organizations. The 11th Edition maintains a focus on learning and applying management theories, while now also highlighting opportunities to develop the skills in high demand by today’s employers. Fundamentals of Management offers an easy-to-understand, straightforward, and realistic approach to what works for managers and what doesn’t — with the ultimate goal to help students be successful in their careers.
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Table of Contents
PART 1: WHAT MANAGERS DO: AN INTRODUCTION
1. Managers and Management in Today’s Workplace
History Module: A Brief History of Management’s Roots
2. The Management Environment
3. Important Managerial Issues
PART 2: WHAT MANAGERS DO: PLANNING
4. Making Decisions
Quantitative Module: Quantitative Decision-Making Aids
5. Planning and Goal Setting
6. Managing Change and Innovation
7. Managing Entrepreneurial Ventures
PART 3: WHAT MANAGERS DO: ORGANIZING
8. Organizational Structure and Design
9. Managing Human Resources and Diversity
Career Module: Employability and Professionalism
10. Managing Groups and Teams
PART 4: WHAT MANAGERS DO: LEADING
11. Understanding Individual Behavior
12. Motivating and Rewarding Employees
13. Leadership and Trust
14. Managing Organizational and Interpersonal Communication
PART 5: WHAT MANAGERS DO: CONTROLLING
15. Controlling Work and Organizational Processes
Controlling Module: Managing Operations