Developing Management Skills, 9th Edition. David A. Whetten, Retired; Brigham Young University. Kim S. Cameron, University of Michigan. © | Pearson. Skills-based, interactive, and cross-cultural, David Whetten and Kim Cameron’s newest edition of “Developing Management Skills” will help you bridge the gap. With an emphasis on self assessments, Developing Management Skills gets readers involved in the learning David Allred Whetten, Kim S. Cameron. Prentice.
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Jim Miller rated it liked it Aug 27, CameronPaperback 5 product ratings 5. People who bought this also bought. Sign Up Already have an access code? This item doesn’t belong on this page. A must-read book new managers, executives, and entrepreneurs. Based on suggestions from reviewers, instructors, and students, a number of changes including new skill-assessments and cases, and updated research have been incorporated in the eighth edition.
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Used it in my undergrad class. Three updated supplemental sections on applied communications skills–“Making Oral and Written Presentations,” “Conducting Interviews,” and “Conducting Meetings”–to help prepare you for the various types of communication required of managers.
Feb 29, Jamie Pennington rated it it was amazing Shelves: The auto-graded option allows you to assign writing in large classes without having to grade essays by hand. They’ll engage in real business situations with simulations, build their management skills by writing and talking about different management scenarios, have access to a videos and current events to help put concepts into perspective, and more.
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Developing Management Skills by David A. Whetten and Kim S. Cameron (2010, Paperback, New Edition)
If You’re a Student Buy this product Additional order info. The book is a bit long. Though I am just learning about leadership I am in agreement with the authors’ philosophies and find this manatement very interesting. Just as a great instructor brings course material to life, the Enhanced eText brings reading to life — with animations, interactive tutorials, and more.
With an emphasis on self assessments, Developing Management Skillsgets readers involved in the learning experience, helping them connect the theories to their own lives. Building on your personal, interpersonal, and group skills, “Developing Management Skills” is an interactive tool based on the authors’ extensive and updated research on effective managers in private and public companies.
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Students will gain hands-on practice applying management concepts with MyManagementLab. Thanks to auto-graded, assisted-graded, and create-your-own assignments, you decide your level of involvement in evaluating students’ work.
He has published over 50 articles and books on the subjects of interorganizational relations, organizational effectiveness, organizational decline, organizational identity, and management education.
Kim McCosker Paperback Cookbooks. Harry Potter Years by J. And, because your students are always on the go, Dynamic Study Modules can be accessed from any computer, tablet, or smartphone. Its main strength are: No trivia or quizzes yet. View, analyze, and report learning outcomes clearly and easily, and get the information you need to keep your students on track throughout the course with the new Reporting Dashboard. Updated for tomorrow’s managers, this text features contemporary examples, new skill assessments and cases, updated research, and tangible, relevant goals for students to work toward.
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It’s think and dense, but if you read it a chapter at a time as I did, it’s well worth the investment. Rather than approaching the topic of management from a research or scholarly perspective, the authors treat this book more as a practical field manual for managers that just happens to be informed by research. Paperback David Sedaris Books.