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Public Relations for Management Success

Public Relations for Management Success

1st Edition

Frank Jefkins
October 29, 2019

Originally published in 1984. Public relations is a key element necessary for success in all business activities. Although some businessmen see public relations as a separable business function, this book argues convincingly that public relations should really be an integral management function,...

The Numerate Manager

The Numerate Manager

1st Edition

Fred Keay
October 29, 2019

This book, first published in 1969, was written for the manager or potential manager concerned with strategic decision-making. Its theme of the concept of numeracy and the role it should play. The book discusses its origins and its tools, the nature of problems, the characteristics and handling of...

Management in Action

Management in Action

1st Edition

Peter Lawrence
October 29, 2019

This title, originally published in 1984, is based on a study of the work of general and production managers in companies in Britain and Germany, and gives a life-like account of the realities of management, including the problems, crises and unresolved tensions. Throughout the book the author...

Management Buy-Outs

Management Buy-Outs

1st Edition

John Coyne, Michael Wright
October 29, 2019

This book, originally published in 1985, examines the practical effects of management buy-outs in terms of improvements in financial and managerial performance and sets them in their general theoretical context. It opens by considering buy-outs from the standpoint of economic analysis,...

Managerial Planning: An Optimum and Stochastic Control Approach (Volume 1)

Managerial Planning: An Optimum and Stochastic Control Approach (Volume 1)

1st Edition

Charles S. Tapiero
October 29, 2019

Originally published in 1977. Management is a dynamic process reflected in three essential functions: management of time, change and people. The book provides a bridging gap between quantitative theories imbedded in the systems approach and managerial decision-making over time and under risk. The...

Imaginative Management Control

Imaginative Management Control

1st Edition

Ronald Ogden
October 29, 2019

Originally published in 1970. Drawing on his knowledge of business methods in Europe, America and Asia, Ronald Ogden examines the necessity for control in a business and the ways in which it should be exercised in order to obtain the most effective and profitable results. He shows that control can...

Engineers and Management: International Comparisons

Engineers and Management: International Comparisons

1st Edition

Gloria Lee, Chris Smith
October 29, 2019

Originally published in 1992. In an increasingly competitive climate, well-trained, experienced management is vital for establishing the long term future of industry. In response to this need, the number of management training courses have been growing in recent years. However, there is a group of...

Management in the Education Service: Challenge and Response

Management in the Education Service: Challenge and Response

1st Edition

Society of Education Officers
October 29, 2019

This book, first published in 1974, will be of special interest to all who are involved in the implementation of educational planning processes. The contributors explore various aspects of educational management and they describe the development of the planning process at the Department of...

Management Techniques: A Practical Guide

Management Techniques: A Practical Guide

1st Edition

John Argenti
October 29, 2019

This book, first published in 1969, is in two parts, the text and the glossary. The glossary entries include a description to give an idea of what each technique is, what it is for, who can use it, and the practical results one can expect from it. The text contains the key to the use of all the...

Your Organization: What Is It For?: Challenging Traditional Organizational Aims

Your Organization: What Is It For?: Challenging Traditional Organizational Aims

1st Edition

John Argenti
October 29, 2019

This book, first published in 1993, challenges the accepted and practised methods organizations use to set standards of performance and quantify their achievements. Using in-depth case studies, John Argenti compares the performance of companies with that of non-profit making organizations to reveal...

The Self-Reliant Manager

The Self-Reliant Manager

1st Edition

Chris Bones
October 29, 2019

Originally published in 1994. What is a self-reliant manager? The self-reliant manager is one who can grow an organization by exploiting his or her role in the management of people. Not every manager is involved in top-level decision-making and the development of global strategies. Every manager is...

Management Control in a Voluntary Organization: Accounting and Accountants in Organizational Context

Management Control in a Voluntary Organization: Accounting and Accountants in Organizational Context

1st Edition

Peter Booth
October 29, 2019

This book, originally published in 1995, is concerned with the study of accounting within its organizational and social context. The author analyses accounting as having potential effects at both an ideological level and at an occupational level. Empirically, it is explored within the context of...

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