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1 Management and Decision Sciences 20142015 Catalog Management and Decision Sciences 20142015 Catalog Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd 151 Lorong Chuan #02-08 New Tech Park (Lobby H) CLA JAN 2014 Singapore 556741 Tel (65) 6410 1200 Fax (65) 6410 1208 www.cengageasia.com e-mail [emailprotected] www.cengageasia.com

2 Cengage Learning Asia introducing the new . . . Cengage Technology Editions are being launched to support educators and learners in making a smooth transition from print to digital learning and instruction. These hybrid editions combine full ebooks or digital solutions packages with print editions for maximum flexibility and benefits, including: enhanced student-teacher interactions engaged students, improved learning experiences and better outcomes a growing and interconnected pool of best-selling titles from Cengage Learning Cengage Technology Editions offer the best in print and digital content to create the kinds of blended learning experiences that are fast gaining popularity among students. These editions provide hybrid alternatives to best-selling titles from Cengage Learning in disciplines such as Business and Economics, Science and Mathematics, Social Sciences and Humanities, and more. Engage with Us! Email [emailprotected] www.cengageasia.com

3 Contents Management Business and Society 2 Business Research Methods5 Diversity 7 Entrepreneurship 8 Ethics 17 Family Business20 Human Relations21 Human Resource Management 25 International Business 43 International Management48 Labor Relations53 Leadership 56 Organizational Behavior60 Organization Development and Change 72 Organization Theory73 Principles of Management75 Small Business Management101 Strategic Management105 Supervision126 Business Communication Business Communication130 Business English138 Managerial Communication140 Report Writing 141 Introduction to Business Introduction to Business 142 Decision Sciences Business Mathematics 146 Business Statistics150 Management Science 166 Operations Management172 Project Management 180 Quality Management183 Combined Author/Title Index 186 Order form/pricelist is available upon request through Cengage Learning Representative. Special price requests for class adoption are subject to approval. Please contact your Cengage Learning Representative for details. Information contained in this catalog is correct at the time of printing. Prices are subject to change without prior notice.

4 Management editions comprehensive package, including a Test Bank correlated to AACSB standards, dynamic new website, and other resources, you can provide your students Business and Society with the solid understanding of ethics, sustainability, and stakeholder management. NEW TO THIS EDITION NEW POLITICAL COVERAGE. Chapter 12 incorporates Coming Soon! an increased focus on corporate political spending in general, including Citizens United and SpeechNow. Chapter 12 also covers Super PACs, agency issues raised by political spending, corporate political accountability and transparency, and dark money and the role of nonprofit groups and trade associations in it. Chapter 1 includes coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement and its implications on Big Business. BUSINESS AND SOCIETY, 9E NEW FOCUS ON RISK MANAGEMENT. Chapter 6 Ethics, Sustainability, and Stakeholder Management now includes a new section on risk management and Archie B. Carroll, University of Georgia; Ann K. Buchholtz, Rutgers links risk management to the issue of sustainability University and the related issue of risk shifting. Demonstrate for your students the importance FEATURES of business ethics, sustainability, and stakeholder ETHICS IN PRACTICE CASES TEST FUTURE management from a strong managerial perspective MANAGERS RESPONSES TO ACTUAL ETHICAL with Carroll/Buchholtzs BUSINESS AND SOCIETY: CHALLENGES IN TODAYS WORKPLACE. Fresh ETHICS, SUSTAINABILITY, AND STAKEHOLDER new Ethics in Practice Cases woven throughout MANAGEMENT, Ninth Edition. Students learn how this edition prepare future managers for business effective business decision makers balance and situations that will test their values and ethics. protect the interests of various stakeholders, including These short cases feature actual ethical conflicts investors, employees, the community, and the companies face, as well as dilemmas former students environment--particularly as business recovers from a have confronted personally in their full- and part- perilous financial period. Proven content emphasizes time work experiences. New case topics in the ninth the social, legal, political, and ethical responsibilities edition pose intriguing topics such as Where Did the Corn Go? Is Rsum Inflation and Deception of a business to both external and internal stakeholder Okay? When Ethics Hotlines Dont Work, Whole groups. The authors effectively balance strong coverage Foods and GMO Labeling, Banning the Big Gulp, of ethics and the stakeholder model with a new focus The NRA and the CDC, Double Irish with a Dutch on one of businesss most recent, urgent mandates: Sandwich, Fast Fashion or Dangerous Design? and sustainability. This editions increased emphasis on Bigotry in the Bakery. sustainability clearly reflects the interconnectivity END-OF-TEXT CASES PROVIDE ABUNDANT between business and the natural, social, and financial OPPORTUNITIES TO APPLY STAKEHOLDER environments, illustrating how all three must be AND ETHICAL SYSTEMS TO SPECIFIC BUSINESS maintained in balance to sustain current and future PROBLEMS. Thirty-six end-of-text cases offer generations. A wealth of new real business cases and new and updated coverage of relevant real-world Ethics in Practice cases blend with coverage of the concepts. Cases vary in length and include classic most recent research, laws, and examples. Practical cases with ongoing impact as well as the most recent applications teach future managers to focus their developments. A convenient Case Matrix makes it reasoning and enhance the precision with which simple to incorporate cases into your course at the they consider and make ethical decisions. With this best times. CLEAR LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR EACH CHAPTER 2 www.cengageasia.com

5 GUIDE STUDENTS FOCUS. Proven Learning Outcomes articulate learning goals for each chapter and provide consistent structure for self-testing and review. CONVENIENT CASE CORRELATION GUIDE HELPS YOU SELECT THE BEST CASES FOR EACH POINT IN YOUR COURSE. This editions useful Case Matrix suggests appropriate chapters for incorporating each of the end-of-text cases, while still providing you with the ultimate flexibility in case usage. ETHICS IN PRACTICE CASE GUIDE PROVIDES DIRECTION IN MOST EFFECTIVELY INTEGRATING PRINCIPLES OF RESPONSIBLE CASES INTO YOUR COURSE. The helpful Ethics in MANAGEMENT Practice Case Matrix, conveniently located in the Glocal Sustainability, Responsibility, and Ethics Instructors Manual, offers at-a-glance suggestions Oliver Laasch, Center for Responsible Management Education for linking this editions Ethics in Practice Cases to and University of Manchester; Roger N. Conaway, Tecnolgico de particular chapters. This tool makes it simple for you Monterrey, campus San Luis Potos to assign appropriate cases at times that will be most meaningful for your students. PRINCIPLES OF RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT offers ONLINE RESOURCES: Every web link has been an international, scientifically sound, and strictly thoroughly reviewed and updated as needed to reflect practice-related perspective. It is the first official the most current available resources. textbook of the United Nations for the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) academic CONTENTS network, and a reference book for companies of Part I: BUSINESS, SOCIETY, AND STAKEHOLDERS. 1. the United Nations Global Compact Initiative. It is The Business and Society Relationship. 2. Corporate a primary text for traditional business and society, Citizenship: Social Responsibility, Performance business ethics, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability courses, or may serve as a practitioner and Sustainability. 3. The Stakeholder Approach to handbook. Contributors are renowned academic Business, Society, and Ethics. Part II: CORPORATE professionals in their respective chapter topics as well GOVERNANCE AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT as distinguished business practitioners who contribute ISSUES. 4. Corporate Governance: Foundational highly relevant practice cases. The focus of the book is Issues. 5. Strategic Management and Corporate Public on the main issues encountered in the three aspects of Affairs. 6. Issue, Risk, and Crisis Management. Part III: responsible management: sustainability, responsibility, BUSINESS ETHICS AND MANAGEMENT. 7. Business and ethics. Ethics Fundamentals. 8. Personal and Organizational Ethics. 9. Business Ethics and Technology. 10. Ethical FEATURES Issues in the Global Arena. Part IV: EXTERNAL Cases contributed by experts begin each chapter to STAKEHOLDER ISSUES. 11. Business, Government, and introduce the topics, including Shell in Nigeria: Have Regulation. 12. Business Influence on Government and we got it right? (Chapter 1); LEGO: A Stakeholder Public Policy. 13. Consumer Stakeholders: Information Driven Brand? (Chapter 4); Communication and Issues and Responses. 14. Consumer Stakeholders: Responsible Business Performance at Nike, Inc. Product and Service Issues. 15. Sustainability and the (Chapter 12); and Reporting Social and Environmental Natural Environment. 16. Business and Community Performance at CPL (Chapter 14). Stakeholders. Part V: INTERNAL STAKEHOLDER ISSUES. Boxed margin features are interspersed throughout 17. Employee Stakeholders and Workplace Issues. 18. the chapters to highlight topics: Expert Corner, In Employee Stakeholders: Privacy, Safety, and Health. 19. Practice, Dig Deeper, and Think Ethics. Employment Discrimination and Affirmative Action. Figures and tables enhance topical discussions. Cases. End-of-Chapter Pioneer Interviews pose questions of management academics and pioneers such as 2015, 720pp, Hardback, 9781285734293 Bjrn Stigson, Edward Freeman, Jonas Hrtle, Linda www.cengageasia.com 3

6 K. Trevino, Sandra Waddock, and Robert Costanza. presented as the extent to which a business adopts Each chapter includes Practitioner Profiles that a strategic focus for fulfilling the economic, legal, provide personal accounts of business practitioners ethical, and philanthropic responsibilities expected by from around the world, including Narine Arustamyan, all its stakeholders. In this fourth edition, the authors Sudhir Kumar Sinha, Thomas Hgli, and Laura Clise. present the most up-to-date findings in the field, The end of every chapter contains a summary in describe best practices, encourage student decision- checklist format. making, provide cutting-edge cases, and inspire the Exercises are grouped into comprehension, application of social responsibility principles to a application, and analysis sections. variety of situations and organizations. The soft cover format is affordable to students and provides more CONTENTS opportunities for instructors to supplement the course Part I: BASICS. 1. Context: Drivers, Actors, Subjects. 2. content or to further customize the content to meet Management: Basics and Processes. Part II: DOMAINS. their needs. Additionally, a comprehensive teaching 3. Sustainability: Managing for the Triple Bottom Line. and learning package ensures that business students 4. Responsibility: Managing for Stakeholder Value. understand and appreciate concerns about business 5. Ethics: Managing for Moral Excellence. Part III: ethics, social auditing, corporate social responsibility, PLANNING. 6. Strategy: Responsible Competitiveness. corporate governance, sustainability, and a host of 7. Entrepreneurship: Value-Added Ventures. Part other factors involving a global perspective for todays IV: ORGANIZING. 8. Organization: Responsible business leaders. Infrastructure. 9. Operations: Responsible Excellence. 10. Supply Chain: Responsible Supply and Demand. Part NEW TO THIS EDITION V: LEADING. 11. Human Resources: HR-RB Symbiosis. 12. Sixteen new and updated case studies examine the Marketing and Communication: Stakeholder Goodwill. best and worst ethical business practices, including 13. International Business and Management: Glocally cases on Countrywide Financial, AIG, Bernard Madoff, Responsible Business. Part VI: CONTROLLING. 14. The American Red Cross, Beyond Petroleum, and Accounting and Controlling: Stakeholder Accountability. Mattel. 15. Finance: Responsible Return on Investment. A new chapter, Sustainability Issues, discusses strategic approaches for ensuring the long-range 2015, 576pp, Paperback, 9781285080260 well-being of the natural environment. A new chapter, Social Responsibility in a Global Environment, focuses on global issues and highlights the importance of cultural intelligence, global stakeholders, national competitiveness, and global standards of social reporting. An Ethical Responsibilities in Finance insert highlights the social responsibility issues related to the recent financial crisis. An Earth in the Balance feature presents emerging sustainability issues. FEATURES SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND The Responsible Business Debate at the end of each BUSINESS, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, chapter presents a controversial issue and provides 4E two competing perspectives. These debates are excellent opportunities for class teams to defend a O. C. Ferrell, University of New Mexico; Debbie M. Thorne, Texas State position and analyze topics in depth. University, San Marcos; Linda Ferrell, University of New Mexico Experiential Exercises are included at the end of each SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND BUSINESS, 4e, chapter and require students to apply, synthesize, and International Edition introduces a strategic social evaluate social responsibility concepts in the context responsibility framework for courses that address of business practices. the role of business in society. Social responsibility is What Would You Do? minicases present scenarios where ethics, responsibilities, morals, workplace 4 www.cengageasia.com

7 conduct, and other related issues are highlighted. numerous examples illustrating real-world research Students assume the role of decision maker and in management, marketing, finance, accounting, decide what course of action would best suit the and other business areas. BUSINESS RESEARCH company or individual based on chapter concepts. METHODS, 9E, is the ideal text for undergraduate and Role Playing exercises in the Instructors Resource first year MBA courses in marketing, management, or Manual promote team work and give students the quantitative studies. opportunity to develop decision-making skills. Teaching Notes are also provided in the manual, which FEATURES is available on the Instructors Resource CD, and the Attention to Qualitative Research - In response to online instructor Companion Website. this important phenomenon, Chapter 7, Qualitative Research Tools, provides a comprehensive overview CONTENTS of qualitative research techniques. 1. Social Responsibility Framework. 2. Strategic Breadth of Business Coverage--The ninth edition Management Of Stakeholder Relationships. 3. Corporate further broadens the spectrum of business activities Governance. 4. Legal, Regulatory, And Political Issues. and touches on practically all areas of business 5. Business Ethics And Ethical Decision Making. 6. including marketing, management, finance, business Strategic Approaches To Improving Ethical Behavior. ethics, and accounting. 7. Employee Relations. 8. Consumer Relations. 9. Chapter Vignettes--The chapter vignettes were Community Relations And Strategic Philanthropy. 10. carefully examined and updated. Several are new to Technology Issues. 11. Sustainability Issues. 12. Social the ninth edition. Each vignette sets the stage for the chapter by introducing topics taken from both well- Responsibility In A Global Environment. Cases known and lesser-known companies, topical areas of 2011, 704pp, Paperback, 9780538466868 interest in current business literature, and slice-of-life business situations. Increased Coverage of International Business Issues - The text makes greater use of examples from Business Research Methods companies and countries around the globe. Comprehensive Cases--The ninth edition includes online access to comprehensive cases that allow the student to get real hands-on experience doing research. Shorter and more-to-the-point cases are included at the end of each chapter. Tagged End of Chapter Exercises--The end of chapter materials contain a number of questions that pertain to either ethical issues in business research or exercises requiring students to get involved with research via the Internet. These items are each uniquely tagged with a visual symbol, making these particular exercises stand out with a clear, identifying mark. BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS WITH CB COURSESMART EBOOK, 9E CONTENTS William G. Zikmund, Oklahoma State University; Barry J. Babin, Louisiana Tech University; Jon C. Carr, Texas Christian University; Preface. PART I: INTRODUCTION. 1. The Role of Mitch Griffin, Bradley University Business Research. 2. Information Systems and Knowledge Management. 3. Theory Building. 4. The CB CourseSmart eBook The ultimate eBook experience Business Research Process: An Overview. 5. The Human has arrived! Easily access our eBooks with features that Side of Business: Organizational and Ethical Issues. will improve your reading experience, and tools to help PART II: BEGINNING STAGES OF THE RESEARCH you take notes and organize your studies. This best- PROCESS. 6. Problem Definition: The Foundation of selling text continues in its ninth edition to provide Business Research. 7. Qualitative Research Tools. 8. the most current and comprehensive coverage of Secondary Data Research in a Digital Age. PART III: business research. Its student-friendly design contains RESEARCH METHODS FOR COLLECTING PRIMARY www.cengageasia.com 5

8 DATA. 9. Survey Research: An Overview. 10. Survey on all aspects of the dissertation, from the student- Research: Communicating with the Respondents. 11. supervisor relationship to evaluation and analysis of Observation Methods. 12. Experimental Research. data. PART IV: MEASUREMENT CONCEPTS. 13. Measurement and Scaling Concepts. 14. Attitude Measurement. FEATURES 15. Questionnaire Design. PART V: SAMPLING AND FIELDWORK. 16. Sampling Designs. and Procedures. 17. An all-new glossary of useful terms. Determination of Sample Size: A Review of Statistical An updated bibliography of reference books. Theory. 18. Fieldwork. PART VI: DATA ANALYSIS AND A guide on how to find and use online literature. PRESENTATION. 19. Editing and Coding: Transforming An in-depth look at quantitative and qualitative Raw Data into Information. 20. Basic Data Analysis: research. Descriptive Statistics. 21. Univariate Statistical Analysis. Tips on oral and viva presentations. 22. Bivariate Statistical Analysis: Differences Between Two Variables. 23. Bivariate Statistical Analysis: CONTENTS Measures of Association. 24. Multivariate Statistical 1. What this book is about 2. Choosing and developing a Analysis. 25. Communicating the Research Results: subject to investigate 3. What research is and choosing Research Report, Oral Presentation, and Follow-Up. PART VII: CRITICAL THINKING CASES. Appendix: appropriate methodology 4. Techniques of qualitative Statistical Tables, Glossary of Frequently Used Symbols, research including case study and action research 5. Glossary, Endnotes. Index. Techniques of quantitative research including sampling and triangulation 6. Writing a proposal 7 Using the 2014, 456pp, Paperback, 9789814568708 literature 8. Interpreting research methods 9. Writing up your dissertation 10. The role of supervisors and the assessment of dissertations 11. Specialist subject areas 2014, 224pp, Paperback, 9781408081778 DISSERTATION SKILLS, 2E For Business and Management Students Brian White, formerly Lincoln School of Management; Stephen Rayner, Dean of Education at Newman University, Birmingham and Adjunct Professor at the University of Monash, Australia BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS A dissertation is often a crucial part of a Business and Christina Quinlan, Dublin City University Management degree and can heavily influence the In this complete introduction to research methods and final mark. It can be extremely daunting: it requires a methodologies for todays undergraduate business lengthy piece of writing and forms a major component student, Christina Quinlan takes a unique real-world for assessment. In fact, when faced with this task the approach, drawing on a full range of business examples. first word that comes to mind for many students is This modern and accessible text guides the student simply Help! This new and updated edition provides through each stage of their research project, from the necessary help, covering all the stages from the inception to presentation. Christinas empathic words initial choice of subject through to the final writing. bring this often challenging subject to life and make Stephen Rayner joins Brian White in this excellent this text ideal reading for anyone engaged in business guide to dissertations, which is equally useful to both research projects and dissertations. undergraduates and postgraduates. It includes support 6 www.cengageasia.com

9 FEATURES 4 Understanding Research Ethics 5 Understanding Wide-ranging examples - recognising that students Research Methodology and Design 6 Developing on research methods courses come from a wide range a Research Proposal 7 Reviewing the Literature 8 of business disciplines, the text uses wide-ranging Understanding Research Methods, Populations and examples and extend to SME, public sector and not- Sampling 9 Using Secondary Data and Archival Sources for-profit examples. 10 Using Observation 11 Using Interviews and Focus Clear coverage of research theory - this new Groups 12 Using Questionnaires and Scales 13 Managing text provides a clear and accessible chapter for Data and Introducing Data Analysis 14 Analysing undergraduates which lecturers can integrate into the Quantitative Data 15 Analysing Qualitative Data 16 teaching to the level required. Real World Research Drawing Conclusions and Presenting Research boxes throughout the text also provide examples of 2011, 489pp, Paperback, 9781408007792 theoretical issues which, again, can be used or avoided based on the direction of the course. Outward looking - recognising that undergraduate students should be introduced to as wide a range of Diversity research methods and methodologies as possible, the text covers other methods rarely mentioned in other texts including documentary analysis, content analysis, discourse analysis, archival research, life histories, narratives, semiotics, image-based research, projective techniques, research diaries and field notes. Emphasis on research skills - a unique chapter at the start of the text sets out the practicalities of actually conducting research providing a clear pathway for students to start moving with their project and linking into earlier study skills modules and the wider institutional emphasis on student skills development. DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS, Integration of online research methods - this text INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 2E integrates online research methods throughout in Myrtle P. Bell, University of Texas at Arlington order to provide a modern introduction to business research methods. DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS, 2nd Edition, The emphasis on research skills development is International Edition is the first comprehensive, enhanced by an accompanying online platform research-based text designed to meet the needs of that will contain a series of practical exercises that the diversity course. It provides a solid perspective are called out throughout the text. In addition to on the various aspects of organizational diversity, developing research practice, the platform will also including why diversity is important for organizations, host all of the supplementary materials packaged with recruiting, retaining, and effectively and fairly utilizing the text (including an eBook if adopted) and will be a diverse workforce, and legislation related to diversity. fully compatible with major V.L.E.s such as Blackboard The book conducts in-depth explorations of key racial/ and Moodle. ethnic groups, sex and gender, religion, work and family, Online ancillary tools include: Software Guides, weight and appearance, physical and mental ability, and Multiple Choice Questions, Online Glossary, Research sexual orientation. It includes prescriptions on how to Diary, Weblinks, PowerPoint slides, Instructors become a diversity-friendly employer, include workers Manual, Extra Tutorial Questions and a testbank often devalued, and how both dominant and non- dominant group members can work to effect change. CONTENTS NEW TO THIS EDITION 1 Introducing Business Research 2 Developing Research Skills 3 Understanding Research Philosophy The Second Edition of Diversity in Organizations, www.cengageasia.com 7

10 International Edition contains a general update Entrepreneurship to content of all chapters, including population, participation, and employment, legislation, litigation, relevant research, and features. Each chapter includes new examples of actual litigation under diversity- related laws and new relevant empirical research. At least one new individual, organizational, or research translation feature is included in each chapter. More emphasis on current issues is included, including interviews of diversity executives in two chapters. More specific recommendations for organizations to be diverse and inclusive are included. Included new empirical research throughout. Updated population, employment, and income figures Entreprenuership: Theory, in each chapter. Process, Practice with CB Replaced nearly all existing cases with current cases CourseSmart ebook, 9e from EEOC press releases. Donald F. Kuratko, The Kelley School of Business, Indiana University - Bloomington Key Facts updated in each chapter. Added newly passed diversity-related legislation and Entreprenuership: Theory, Process, Practice current court decisions. with CB CourseSmart ebook, 9e, International Increased focus on international diversity. Edition combines a practical, step-by-step approach Implications for organizations interspersed with a theoretical foundation to form a basic framework throughout each chapter. for understanding the theory, process, and practice of FEATURES entrepreneurship. Recognized for two decades as one of the leading books in the field, the aim of the text is to Chapter Opening Key Facts: Relevant facts and figures present the most current thinking in entrepreneurship open each chapter helping students approach the as well as provide learners the opportunity to apply material more objectively, with less bias. ideas and develop useful entrepreneurial skills. Sidebars: These brief and current examples are This edition has been updated to include current interspersed through the text enhancing student developments and issues in this explosive field. understanding of pertinent topics. NEW TO THIS EDITION CONTENTS Strengthened Ethical Orientation: Extensive coverage Section I: INTRODUCTION, LEGISLATION, AND of social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, THEORIES 1. Introduction to the Study of Diversity in Organizations. 2. Theories. 3. Legislation. Section II: sustainability, benefit corporations, and legal EXAMINING SPECIFIC GROUPS AND CATEGORIES. 4. issues gives structure and discipline to operational Blacks/African Americans. 5. Latinos/Hispanics. 6. Asian and strategic decisions that broaden bottom-line Americans. 7. Whites/European Americans. 8. American accountability beyond financial gains and losses. Indians and Multi-Racial Group Members. 9. Sex and New Business Plan: A new sample business plan on Gender. 10. Work and Family. 11. Sexual Orientation. sustainability is in the appendix to the business plan 12. Religion. 13. Age. 14. Physical and Mental Ability. 15. chapter (Chapter 12), replacing the existing one on Weight and Appearance. Section III: GLOBAL VISION. DropToMe.com. 16: International Diversity and Facing the Future. New Business Plan: A new sample business plan on renewable energy technologiesHydraulic Wind 2012, 560pp, Paperback, 9781111822576 Power, LLCappears in the appendix to Chapter 12. With the goal of making wind power reliable, durable, and profitable, the plan documents the Hydraulic 8 www.cengageasia.com

11 Winds founding (August 2010), its incubation period, Entrepreneurship. 2. The Individual Entrepreneurial its technology solution, its business model, its funding Mind-Set. 3. Corporate Entrepreneurial Mind-Set. 4. requirements, and pro forma financials. The Social and Ethical Perspectives of Entrepreneurship. New Entrepreneurial Case Analyses: Each of the Part II: LAUNCHING ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES. 5. textbooks four parts have an Entrepreneurial Case Creativity and Innovation. 6. The Assessment Function Analysis, a comprehensive case that engages students with Opportunities. 7. Methods to Initiate Ventures. analytical skills and requires them to defend decisions 8. The Search for Entrepreneurial Capital. Part III: and actions. Three of these four cases are new to FORMULATION OF THE ENTREPRENEURIAL PLAN. 9. this edition: Part 1: Corporate Entrepreneurship Legal Challenges in Entrepreneurship. 10. The Marketing Aspects of New Ventures. 11. Financial Statements and Innovation in Silicon Valley: The Case of in New Ventures. 12. Business Plan Preparation for Google, Inc.Part 2: Envirofit International: A Venture New Ventures. Part IV: STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES Adventure.Part 4: Proton Cancer Therapy Center: An IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 13. Strategic Growth in Entrepreneurs Dilemma. Entrepreneurship. 14. The Valuation Challenge in New Exercises in Building Business Plans: Taking Entrepreneurship. 15. The Final Harvest of a New Steps to Build a Business Plan exercises, in Chapters Venture. 5-12, coordinate with LivePlan business plan software. New Learning Outcomes: In the Instructors Manual, 2014, 648pp, Paperback, 9789814591430 a new series of learning outcomes mapped to each Other Available CTE Bundle Option: chapters learning objectives articulate ways in which Entrepreneurship: Theory, Process, Practice with CourseMate, 9e students can be asked to demonstrate mastery of learning objectives. FEATURES Rigorous Scholarship: INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP, 9e, International Edition, provides a systematic, process-oriented overview of entrepreneurship, from startup to maturation, with an eye on the latest research developments in the field. Blend of New, Retained, and Updated Cases: Cases designed to help students think and act like entrepreneurs, whether in a start-up or corporate setting, appear at the end of every chapter and at the MAKING SWEET MUSIC end of every part. Atlas Sound & Vision Entrepreneurship in Practice boxes: New and updated William Koh, National University of Singapore stories illustrate the application of entrepreneurship theory in todays marketplace. Making Sweet Music looks at how one man, together Experiential Exercises: Short exercises at the end with his father, close relatives and other key personnel, of each chapter and comprehensive exercises at helped rebuild a failed business. Michael Tien brought the end of each part give students an experiential the company that his father founded back from space in which they can test and investigate their insolvency and nurtured it into one of the biggest niche understanding of chapter principles through self- players in the audio-visual industry in Singapore- Atlas scoring assessments, skills inventories, and related Sound & Vision. He then expanded the business to applications. Brunei and Malaysia. This book provides insights into Michael Tiens leadership style, his personality traits, CONTENTS courage and drive in rebuilding Atlas Sound & Vision. Part I: UNDERSTANDING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL It also looks at the importance of effective human M I N D -S E T. 1 . T h e Re vo l u t i o n a r y I m p a c t of resource management in a Singaporean small-medium www.cengageasia.com 9

12 enterprise and having the right organisational structure growth for the Asia-Pacific entrepreneur. The text and culture to support business growth. Finally, emphasises the development of a business idea with the book discusses Atlas Sound & Visions growth the major theme of Environmental Entrepreneurship. through its key competitive strategy of differentiation Alongside a strong theoretical framework, the authors through product features, customer service and brand have included a wealth of experiential learning reputation. methodology. As well as the unparalleled instructor FEATURES and student resources, what sets this text apart from all others in this discipline is the thorough treatment Relevant and rich background information on Atlas of topical themes of sustainability, ethical and social Sound & Vision provides an enhanced understanding responsibility, and experiential learning. of the companys philosophies, growth strategy and the leadership style of its Chief Executive Officer. NEW TO THIS EDITION Key features of the organisational structure and Table of Contents has been reordered, and several culture of Atlas Sound & Vision show how its structure chapters renamed and culture support its growth. NEW Experiencing entrepreneurship focuses on tasks Critical components of the companys human resource and activities that learners can do to contextualise policies and practices that support the companys their learning, including with social media. This places growth strategy are examined. the students in the centre rather than situating them Detailed analysis of the CEOs leadership style that as observers/learners facilitated Atlas Sound & Visions growth in the Emphasises knowledge and information economies audiovisual market in Singapore and beyond. and social media connection CONTENTS Re-design of mind-set and creativity and innovation chapters with more psychological assessment, trait List of Tables and Figures Acknowledgements Preface theory, and experiential learning 1. Introduction 2. Strategic Management Process 3. Enhanced Asia-Pacific context with a focus on China Organisational Structure 4. Organisational Culture 5. HR Policies and Processes 6. Employee Engagement 7. FEATURES Leadership 8. Summary Appendices Bibliography Foundations of entrepreneurship and new venture creation for the Asia-Pacific entrepreneur 2014, 324pp, Paperback, 9789814524780 Strong focus on environmental entrepreneurship Case studies from across the Asia-Pacific region provide insight into different contexts of entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship in Practice boxes focus on process and interactions (tips and tricks) between entrepreneurs and their firms, other firms and stakeholders Entrepreneurial Edge boxes focus on people in order to portray characteristics of entrepreneurs and entrepreneur teams and how they function CONTENTS ENTREPRENEURSHIP, 3E Part 1: Entrepreneurship in the twenty-first century Theory, Process, Practice 1 1. Entrepreneurship: evolution and revolution Howard Frederick, Deakin University; Allan OConnor, University of 2. The entrepreneurial mind and behaviour 3. Adelaide; Donald F. Kuratko, The Kelley School of Business, Indiana University - Bloomington Entrepreneurship and the environment 4. Ethical and social entrepreneurship Part 2: Initiating entrepreneurial The third edition of this market leading textbook covers ventures 5. Opportunity and the creative pursuit of the foundations of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial innovative ideas 6. Pathways to entrepreneurial ventures 10 www.cengageasia.com

13 7. Entrepreneurial families: succession and continuity 8. excellence. Developing entrepreneurship within organisations Part FEATURES 3: Developing entrepreneurial ventures 9. Assessment and commercialisation of entrepreneurial opportunities Relevant and rich background information on the 10. Marketing for entrepreneurial ventures 11. Strategic company provides an in-depth understanding of the entrepreneurial growth 12. Global opportunities for companys philosophies, growth strategy and the entrepreneurs Part 4: Planning and Sustaining Growth leadership style of its Chief Executive Officer. 13. Legal and regulatory challenges for entrepreneurial Key features of the companys organisational structure ventures 14. Sources of capital for entrepreneurial and culture of PropNex explain how these have ventures 15. Measuring performance for entrepreneurial supported its growth. ventures 16. Developing a sustainable business plan Critical components of human resource practices Business Plan that support the companys growth strategy revealed. Detailed analysis of the senior managements 2013, 680pp, Paperback, 9780170214988 leadership style that facilitated PropNexs rapid growth in Singapore and overseas. CONTENTS List of Tables and Figures. Acknowledgements. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Business Strategy. 3. Organisational Structure and Design. 4. Organisational Culture. 5. Human Resource Management. 6. Consumer Marketing. 7. Leadership. 8. Conclusion. Bibliography. Appendices. 2013, 317pp, Paperback, 9789814424325 PROPNEX From Novice to Market Leader William Koh, National University of Singapore PropNex: From Novice to Market Leader looks at how one man, together with his co-founders, established the largest homegrown real estate company in Singapore. Mohamed Ismail Gafoor managed to persuade the owners of several other small real estate agencies to merge in 2000, and in the process, they founded PropNex Realty Pte Ltd. This book provides NEW VENTURE CREATION, insights into Ismail Gafoors leadership motivation INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 6E and drive, and his courage and vision in building and Kathleen R. Allen, University of Southern California managing Singapores leading real estate company. The company constantly strives to deliver value to NEW VENTURE CREATION, 6E, International Edition its many customers in Singapore and overseas. It also provides tomorrows entrepreneurs with the tools to launch a successful new business in a global looks at the importance of effective human resource marketplace. The text follows the logical development management in a small and medium enterprise (SME) process, from initial idea through drafting of the actual and ensuring the right organisational structure and business plan. The sixth edition represents the most culture are in place to support business growth. Finally, current thoughts, ideas, and practices in the field of the book examines PropNexs growth model via its entrepreneurship. Allen focuses on the pre-startup and key competitive strategy of cost leadership, achieved startup stages of a new business, with special emphasis through its immense size, and its motto of service on the process and activities that must take place www.cengageasia.com 11

14 prior to opening a new business. The student-friendly FEATURES material includes real-world case studies, new venture Nine Case Studies (six new) reflect a wide variety of action plans, and advice from successful entrepreneurs businesses and types of entrepreneurs. Most cases and the author herself. Part One introduces the are followed by discussion questions. New cases foundations of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial include HomeRun.com, B2P Micro-Bioinformatics opportunity that are important to understanding the Technology, Potion Inc., 1-800-Autopsy, Demand decisions that entrepreneurs make, the environment in Media, and Google. Command Audio and Crowne which they make those decisions, and the tasks they Inn were retained from the previous edition, as well must undertake before launching a new company. Part as MySpace, which has been updated. Two addresses the heart of entrepreneurial activity--the Entrepreneur Profiles that begin each chapter provide testing of a new business concept through feasibility real-life examples to illustrate the application of analysis. Part Three focuses on strategy and drafting the chapter concepts and to inspire readers. Smaller-scale business plan. Part Four looks at planning for growth examples are also scattered throughout the chapters and change in the new organization. to maintain the real-life tone of the book. NEW TO THIS EDITION Global Insights and Social Entrepreneurship: Making Meaning boxed inserts highlight additional examples, Chapters 4 and 5 from the fifth edition have been companies, and organizations that have taken merged to provide a tighter focus on business model a global or a socially responsible approach to development and the overview of feasibility analysis; entrepreneurship. the sixth edition now has eighteen chapters. The New Venture Action Plan serves as a reminder The sixth edition has nine cases, six of which are of the tasks that need to be completed at particular new to this edition and reflect companies started stages of the entrepreneurial process. and built since 2000. New cases include HomeRun. CONTENTS com (breaking into a saturated market), B 2P Micro- PART ONE: THE OPPORTUNITY. 1. Introduction to Bioinformatics Technology (and its global expansion), Entrepreneurship. 2. Becoming an Entrepreneur. Potion Inc. (challenges/benefits of outsourcing), 3. Creativity and Opportunity. 4. Testing Business 1-800-Autopsy (an unusual area for new business), Concepts and Models. Case 1. Command Audio: Three Demand Media (creating a transformative business), Startups for the Price of One. Case 2. MySpace: The and Google (corporate entrepreneurship and Rocky Evolution of a Social Media Company. PART TWO: innovation in Silicon Valley). ANALYZING FEASIBILITY. 5. Understanding the Market. The content has been significantly updated to reflect 6. Understanding Product Development. 7. Building the current trends in the business of entrepreneurship, Startup Team. 8. Understanding the Numbers. Case 3. with more international and environmental/ HomeRun.com: Breaking into a Saturated Market. Case 4. The Crowne Inn: A Classic Case of a Family Business sustainability examples included. in Turmoil. PART THREE: ORGANIZING THE VENTURE. End-of-chapter material now includes an Action Plan 9. Creating the Business Plan. 10. Selecting the Legal section that prompts the reader with action items Entity. 11. Establishing an Ethical & Socially Responsible that need to be accomplished relative to the topics Business. 12. Structuring an Entrepreneurial Venture. discussed in the chapter. 13. Understanding Production and Operations. 14. Examples and data have been updated; many of the Marketing. 15. Understanding Financing. Case 5. B2P: beginning Profiles, as well as a number of the boxed Micro-Bioformatics Technology and Global Expansion. inserts, are new or have been revised to reflect current Case 6. Potion Inc.: Outsourcing for the Future. PART company data. FOUR: EVOLVING THE BUSINESS. 16. Understanding All supplements have been updated to reflect the Capital. 17. Managing Growth. 18. Managing Change. changes in this edition. New online features for this Case 7. 1-800-Autopsy: Giving the Dead a Voice. Case 8. Demand Media: Creating a Transformative Business. book include Cengage-brand technologies, such Case 9. Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation in as WebTutor and CourseMate, and an interactive Silicon Valley: The Case of Google, Inc. e-Book. 2012, 608pp, Paperback, 9780538481977 12 www.cengageasia.com

15 CONTENTS 1. Introduction. 2. Competitive Advantage and Strategy. 3. Human Resource Management at Eu Yan Sang. 4. Organisational Culture at Eu Yan Sang. 5. Organisational Structure and Design at Eu Yan Sang. 6. Conclusion: Leadership at Eu Yan Sang. 2012, 280pp, Paperback, 9789814369534 THE EU YAN SANG WAY Renewing a Century of Heritage William Koh , National University of Singapore The Eu Yan Sang Way traces how one man, with a deep belief in Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), embarked on a mission to transform the company set up by his forefathers, and make TCM relevant in the 21st century. Richard Eu took over the helm of Eu Yan Sang in 1989 and began the arduous journey of growing the company into a household name in Singapore CORPORATE INNOVATION & and Asia. This book provides insights into Richard ENTREPRENEURSHIP, INTERNATIONAL Eus leadership motivation and drive, and his courage EDITION, 3E and vision in turning Eu Yan Sang into a leading TCM Donald F. Kuratko, The Kelley School of Business, Indiana University company, and making its products relevant to modern - Bloomington; Michael H. Morris, Oklahoma State University; Jeffrey G. Covin, The Kelley School of Business, Indiana University-- day consumers. It also looks at the importance of Bloomington, effective human resource management and having the right organisational structure and culture to support CORPORATE INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP, business growth. The key engine of growth at Eu Yan 3E, International Edition is a comprehensive, one- Sang is innovation, manifested in the form of its trusted of-a-kind text for the emerging business arena of health care products, the professional marketing of entrepreneurship and innovation. Built on years of such products through the companys retail outlets and research and experience, this unique text employs a the provision of TCM clinical services at the same time. clear and informative how-to approach and features FEATURES sections and chapters organized according to a summary model of the corporate entrepreneurship Relevant and rich background information on the process. A professional format and look make company provides an in-depth understanding of the the text especially appealing and appropriate for companys philosophies, growth strategy and the sophisticated readers and experienced business leadership style of its Chief Executive Officer. professionals. This groundbreaking text fulfills a real Key features of the companys organisational structure business need, because many executives consider and culture of Eu Yan Sang explain how these have entrepreneurial behavior a key to sustaining their supported its growth. companies competitive advantage, but few possess Critical components of HR practices that support the genuine knowledge of the subject or understand companys growth strategy revealed. how to apply it. The Third Edition of CORPORATE Detailed analysis of the senior managements INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP,International leadership style that facilitated Eu Yan Sangs fast Edition provides detailed, actionable answers to expansion in Singapore and the regional markets. the what, how, where, and who questions surrounding corporate entrepreneurship in todays www.cengageasia.com 13

16 dynamic business environment. reader-friendly style while providing detailed, NEW TO THIS EDITION actionable answers to the what, how, where, and who questions related to entrepreneurship The Third Edition includes extensive new and updated strategies and innovation practices. content on key topics, including the forms corporate In addition to traditional entrepreneurship, the text entrepreneurship can take, entrepreneurship at features coverage of new business development different levels of management, entrepreneurial within existing organizations, as well as alternative strategy, entrepreneurship in nonprofit and public forms of corporate venturing and innovation and how organizations, and more. they work together, giving students a broad-based The text presents interesting new material reflecting perspective to prepare them for success in todays the latest research and trends in a variety of areas, diverse business climate. including the reasons firms engage in corporate A highly effective organizational structure, with venturing, associations between these motives and chapters and sections based on a summary model venture performance, best practices of innovative of the corporate entrepreneurship process, makes companies, reward systems and their role in corporate it easy to develop an effective course plan and pace innovation, and how to deal with failed innovation while introducing students to the exciting, emerging projects. field of corporate entrepreneurship and innovation. Abundant new insights throughout the text This comprehensive model also gives students a useful help students understand essential aspects of road map for successful corporate entrepreneurship entrepreneurship and innovation, including how to and innovation in corporate, government, and non- manage entrepreneurship and overcome obstacles to profit organizations. entrepreneurial behavior in established organizations; A casemap for instructors identifies excellent cases how human resource management systems, that can be used in conjunction with key chapters or organizational structure, culture, and control systems topical areas in the book in order to explore key issues must complement one another to foster innovation; in greater depth; provide compelling, relevant, and and the importance of a sound technology strategy. realistic examples; and help students appreciate the New tools and discussions help students to explore practical applications of the course material. relevant business theory and its practical, real-world applications, including organizing resources to support CONTENTS entrepreneurial initiatives, managing corporate 1. The Entrepreneurial Imperative in Established venture capital investments, and conducting an Organizations. 2. How Corporate Entrepreneurship entrepreneurial health audit within an organization. Differs. 3. Capturing the Entrepreneurial Orientation The current edition features an updated approach to of the Firm. 4. How Entrepreneurship Takes Different several topics based on reader feedback, including a Forms. 5. Entrepreneurship in Non-Profit and streamlined treatment of how to measure and monitor Government Organizations. 6. Corporate Strategy companies levels of entrepreneurship, a new guide and Entrepreneurship. 7. Structuring the Company for to putting together a corporate venture plan, and 15 Entrepreneurship. 8. The People Factor I: Fostering new or revised Innovators Notebook features, with Creativity within Organizations. 9. The People Factor examples of corporate entrepreneurship in practice II: Human Resources Management. 10. Building and associated discussion questions. Cultures to Support Entrepreneurship. 11. Designing FEATURES Entrepreneurial Control Systems. 12. Leading the Entrepreneurial Organization. 13. Forces Working The popular Innovators Notebook feature describes Against Corporate Entrepreneurship. 14. Measuring successful strategies employed by actual corporations Entrepreneurial Performance. 15. Sustaining the to support entrepreneurship, providing students with Entrepreneurial Company in the Twenty-first Century. interesting and highly relevant real-world examples to reinforce the chapter material. 2011, 512pp, Paperback, 9781111526917 The experienced author team uses an engaging, 14 www.cengageasia.com

17 and Design. 4. Organisational Culture. 5. Human Resource Management. 6. Leadership. 7. Franchising Strategy. 2010, 230pp, Paperback, 9789814281652 THE TOP TOAST Ya Kun and the Singapore Breakfast Tradition William Koh , National University of Singapore The Top Toast looks at how Adrin Loi took his fathers business from a street corner coffee stall, and turned it into a household name in Singapore. From a single outlet at Far East Square in 1998, Ya Kun MAKING PRINTS ON CEMENT The Cherie Hearts Success Story Kaya Toast now has 32 branches located throughout William Koh, National University of Singapore Singapore, and has also expanded to regional territories such as Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Indonesia and Vietnam. Cherie Hearts was established when two men with This book gives the reader an insight into Adrin Lois a love for children and a passion to provide quality leadership motivation and drive, and his passion to grow childcare started their first childcare centre in 2002. Ya Kun International. It also looks at the importance of Since then, the company has mushroomed into a human resource management in growing a company, successful business, with 50 centres in Singapore and having the right organisational structure and by the end of 2009, overseas branches in Vietnam, culture to support business growth. Finally, the book Malaysia, Indonesia, China, South Korea, and a newly examines the strategic choices that confront a small opened branch in Bangalore, India in 2010. The book business. Unlike an MNC that can compete in any discusses how Sam and Gurchrans motivation and drive market by selling the same product, Ya Kun has to transformed Cherie Hearts into a childcare powerhouse. choose its products carefully, select its battlefield with It also examines the importance of effective human wisdom and grow strategically. resource management in a small-medium enterprise FEATURES and how having the right organisational structure and culture is essential to support business growth. Finally, Background information on the Executive Chairman the reader gains insight into the key engine of growth at of Ya Kun provides an in-depth understanding of his Cherie Hearts- its franchising model. Realising that they leadership philosophies. lacked technical know-how and the financial resources Organisational structure and culture of Ya Kun are to expand the company, both decided that the way to examined to show how its structure and culture grow the company was through franchising. In 2003, support its growth. the company developed its own franchising model to Critical components of HR practices that support the power growth. Known as the P3E business model, this companys growth strategy are revealed. provides comprehensive guidelines for its franchise Franchising method at Ya Kun is analysed as a key operations and ensures consistency and quality across method of growth. all its centres. CONTENTS FEATURES 1. Introduction. Company Profile. 2. Strategic Planning Background information on the Group Executive and Competitive Advantage. 3. Organisational Structure Chairman of Cherie Hearts and his co-founder www.cengageasia.com 15

18 Key features of the organisational structure and young budding entrepreneurs, undergraduates taking culture of Cherie Hearts are discussed to show their basic management modules, graduate students Critical components of HR practices are analysed to taking their principles of management modules, as well show how they complement the companys as junior college students who are doing their principles Detailed analysis of the senior managements of management course. The text will help them better leadership style that facilitated Cherie Hearts rapid understand how to plan, organise, lead and grow a CONTENTS business. Also available in the Gale Virtual Reference Library (eBook). eBook pricing varies according to the Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Organisational Culture size of your institution. Please contact us for details. and Structure. 3. Building a Cherie Hearts Franchise. eBook ISBN-13: 9789814253819 Available Now 4. Leadership. 5. Human Resource Management. 6. Strategic Options and Conclusion. Appendix A. Centre FEATURES Listing. Appendix B. Organisational Chart. Appendix Relevant background information on the CEO of C. Competitor Statistics. Appendix D. Staff Appraisal Apex-Pal provided to enhance understanding of his Form. Bibliography. leadership philosophies. Key features of the organisational structure of Apex- 2009, 138pp, Paperback, 9789814319256 Pal given to show alignment between strategy and structure. Critical components of HR practices that support the companys growth strategy revealed. Expansion into Russia used as a prototype of the companys global expansion strategy. Detailed analysis of the CEOs leadership style that facilitated Apex-Pals growth. CONTENTS List of Tables and Figures. Acknowledgements. Preface. 1. Introduction: Company Background. 2. Expansion into Russia. 3. Organisational Structure and Design. SAKAE! COOKING UP A GLOBAL FOOD 4. HR Policies, Practices and Strategies. 5. Leadership BUSINESS at Apex-Pal. 6. Marketing Apex-Pal. 7. Conclusion: William Koh, National University of Singapore Financial Position of Apex-Pal. Appendix A. Appendix Despite having no prior experience or knowledge of B. Bibliography. the food business, Douglas Foo redirected Apex-Pals 2009, 136pp, Paperback, 9789814246927 business from the garment to the food and beverage industry with remarkable success. In the process, he grew Sakae Sushi (the leading brand at Apex-Pal, among many others) from one outlet in 1997 to the current 80 outlets worldwide, covering 12 major cities in 7 countries around the world. This book provides an insight into Douglas Foos leadership motivation and drive and his passion to grow Apex-Pal. It helps the reader understand how early childhood upbringing can influence a persons leadership style years later. It also looks at the importance of human resource management where recruiting the right people, placing them at the right place and letting them grow are critical elements in growing a business. This book is meant for 16 www.cengageasia.com

19 Ethics areas that need more study focus. Chapter 10: Ethical Leadership. Chapter12: Sustainability: Ethical and Social Responsibility Dimensions. Debate Issues have been added to this edition, Coming Soon! allowing students to challenge assumptions and consider different points of view. All 20 of the original cases in the tenth edition are either new or have been substantially updated by the authors. UPDATED Check Your E.Q. (Ethics Quotient) exercises that help students identify key concepts, initiate discussion, enhance problem-solving skills, and BUSINESS ETHICS, 10E provide an opportunity for self-assessment. Ethical Decision Making & Cases UPDATED Ethical Dilemma at the opening of each O. C. Ferrell, University of New Mexico; John Fraedrich, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; Linda Ferrell, University of New chapter highlights a realistic situation and provides Mexico guided discussion questions on how the dilemma could be resolved. Chapter-ending Resolving Ethical Packed with cases, exercises, simulations, and practice Business Challenges are minicases that give students tests, the market-leading BUSINESS ETHICS: ETHICAL an opportunity to put what they have learned into DECISION MAKING AND CASES, Tenth Edition, action as they use their critical-thinking skills to delivers an accessible, applied text that thoroughly address realistic ethical issues. covers the complex environment in which managers confront ethical decision making. Using a proven FEATURES managerial framework, the authors address the overall The leading text on the market, BUSINESS ETHICS: concepts, processes, and best practices associated ETHICAL DECISION MAKING AND CASES is with successful business ethics programs--helping renowned for its signature approach--teaching students see how ethics can be integrated into key business ethics from a managerial/organizational strategic business decisions. The new edition has been perspective. More important in todays economy completely revised and updated to include coverage than ever, this proven text emphasizes decision of new legislation affecting business ethics, the most making, leadership, and strategy as it illustrates how up-to-date examples, the best practices of high-profile to develop, implement, and audit an effective ethics organizations, and 20 original cases that are either program in a global environment. new or updated. Available with CengageNOW Extremely timely, the text is completely revised and online teaching and learning tools for the first time, updated to reflect the latest in the global economic BUSINESS ETHICS: ETHICAL DECISION MAKING AND crisis. The issues associated with the recent economic CASES, Tenth Edition, gives students an abundance of meltdown compelled the authors to provide an opportunities to master text material through hands- updated discussion of ethics from a systemic on application. perspective. The authors insightful discussions NEW TO THIS EDITION equip students with an ethical understanding of what happened--how greed, excessive risk-taking, and the CengageNOW online course management and culture of focusing on rewards and the bottom line learning system provides more control in less time helped create the problem. and delivers better student outcomes. For instructors, Ensuring students get the most from the course, the it includes resources organized around lecturing, texts rich pedagogical program includes Chapter creating assignments, grading, quizzing, and tracking Objectives, a Chapter Outline, a detailed Chapter students progress and performance. Students can Summary, and Check Your E.Q. (Ethics Quotient) use a Personalized Study diagnostic tool to determine exercises that help students identify key concepts, www.cengageasia.com 17

20 initiate discussion, enhance problem-solving skills, and provide an opportunity for self-assessment. CONTENTS Part I: AN OVERVIEW OF BUSINESS ETHICS. 1. The Importance of Business Ethics. 2. Stakeholder Relationships, Social Responsibility, and Corporate Governance. Part II: ETHICAL ISSUES AND THE INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF BUSINESS ETHICS. 3. Emerging Business Ethics Issues. 4. The Institutionalization of Business Ethics. Part III: THE BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS. 5. Ethical Decision SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Making and Ethical Leadership. 6. Individual Factors: Paul Griseri, Middlesex University Business School; Nina Seppala, Moral Philosophies and Values. 7. Organizational Factors: University College London The Role of Ethical Culture and Relationships. Part IV: IMPLEMENTING BUSINESS ETHICS IN A GLOBAL A new text for new realities: Business Ethics & ECONOMY. 8. Developing an Effective Ethics Program. Corporate Social Responsibility charts a course for 9. Managing and Controlling Ethics Programs. 10. Ethical students through the unprecedented challenges and Leadership. 11. Business Ethics in a Global Economy. turbulence of modern business and its implications for people across the globe. Moving beyond the Anglo- 12. Sustainability: Ethical and Social Responsibility American focus of existing works, the authors employ a Dimensions Part V: CASES. CASE 1. Monsanto Attempts refreshingly international perspective to leave students to Balance Stakeholder Interests. CASE 2. Starbucks with a broad and reflective understanding of business Mission: Social Responsibility and Brand Strength. CASE ethics. A flexible 3-part structure, developed from 3. Walmart Manages Ethical and Compliance Challenges. extensive market feedback, aligns with the latest course CASE 4. Managing Risks in the Oil Industry. CASE 5. structures, while a strong focus on environmental New Belgium Brewing: Ethical and Environmental ethics and sustainability throughout provides market- Responsibility. CASE 6. National Collegiate Athletic leading coverage of this vital issue. An unparalleled Association: Football Compliance. CASE 7. Google: The range of case studies, including chapter cases and Quest to Balance Privacy with Profits. CASE 8. Zappos: longer premium cases supplied by HBR, Ivey and ECCH, Delivering Happiness to Stakeholders. CASE 9. Enron: combine with a full set of online supporting resources to make this the complete introduction to business Questionable Accounting Leads to Collapse. CASE 10. ethics in a rapidly evolving world. Home Depot Implements Stakeholder Orientation. CASE 11. Frauds of the Century. CASE 12. Insider Trading FEATURES at the Galleon Group. CASE 13. Whole Foods Strives to Full international coverage that looks beyond the Be an Ethical Corporate Citizen. CASE 14. Apple Inc.s traditional European and American contexts to Ethical Successes and Challenges. CASE 15. PepsiCos provide the complete picture Journey Toward an Ethical and Socially Responsible Hundreds of real-world examples that illustrate Culture. CASE 16. Recreational Equipment Incorporated ethical decision-making in action and what to learn (REI): A Responsible Retail Cooperative. CASE 17. from results Better Business Bureau: Protecting Consumers and Balanced discussion of all the key players in business Dealing with Organizational Ethics Challenges. CASE ethics and corporate social esponsibility including SMEs, NGOs and MNCs 18. Managing the Risks of Bribery in Global Business. Integrative case studies from premium providers CASE 19. Mattel Responds to Ethical Challenges. CASE featuring a diverse range of organizations including 20. Best Buy Fights Against Electronic Waste. Red Bull, IKEA, and UNHCR 2015, 656pp, Paperback, 9781285423715 CONTENTS Introduction Part One: Frameworks Chapter One: Understanding corporate social responsibility Chapter 18 www.cengageasia.com

21 Two: Stakeholder management Chapter Three: various stakeholders, including individuals, groups, Theories of ethics Chapter Four: Environmental ethics corporations, and even nations. The new fifth edition Integrative Case Study 1.1: Walking the Walk: Putting includes the latest research, current cases, and practical Social Responsibility into Action at The White Dog examples to help students examine the role of ethics Caf Integrative Case Study 1.2: GlaxoSmithKline and in todays business world, from the boardroom to Developing Country Access to Essential Medicines Part the classroom. Updates also include the addition of Two: Contexts Chapter Five: The behavioural context Chapter Six: Ethics and corporate social responsibility new, real-world ethical dilemmas presenting actual in a global context Chapter Seven: The business of encounters by managers and students; an easy, step-by- human rights Chapter Eight: Civil society organizations step guide to implement a stakeholder analysis; tips to Integrative Case Study 2.1: Microsofts Partnership with help students apply ethical principles in their personal UNHCR: Pro Bono Publico? Integrative Case Study and professional lives; and comprehensive coverage of 2.2: IKEAs Social and Environmental Responsibility employee workplace issues and highly relevant topics Initiatives Part Three: Processes Chapter Nine: such as risk management, preferential hiring, corporate Governing organizations Chapter Ten: Auditing and legitimacy, and moral accountability. The text also reporting social performance Chapter Eleven: Managing explores todays increasingly interconnected global ethics internally Chapter Twelve: Responsibility in business environment with coverage of multinational managing people and operations Chapter Thirteen: corporations and important issues such as the digital Environmental responsibility Chapter Fourteen: Giving back to society Integrative Case Study 3.1: Red Bull divide, bribery, corruption, human rights, and the or Black Devil? Integrative Case Study 3.2: Starbucks environment. This text gives students the practical Corporation: Building a Sustainable Supply Chain tools they need to handle complex moral dilemmas in Integrative Case Study 3.3: Lifebuoy Swasthya Chetna: the workplace and the world. Unilevers Social Marketing Campaign Integrative NEW TO THIS EDITION Case Study 3.4: John Mackey and Whole Foods Market Integrative Case Study 3.5: The Human Face of HIV/Aids The fifth edition includes 16 new cases and extensive updates to four others, providing current, compelling, 2010, 496pp, Paperback, 9781408007433 and highly relevant examples such as topics on China, India, Facebook, MySpace, new technologies, and privacy issues to help engage student interest and provide realistic illustrations of essential principles of business ethics. The new edition features recent national surveys on ethics integrated into each chapter, a special updated and in-depth section on employee workplace issues, and expanded coverage of generational differences. A new Applications & Insight section in every chapter features new information and decision-making challenges for students on key chapter topics, and BUSINESS ETHICS, 5E updated coverage and current applications of ethical A Stakeholder and Issues Management principles play an active and fundamental role in each Approach, International Edition chapter. Joseph W. Weiss, Bentley College New research referenced throughout the text brings business ethics into the twenty-first century, Ethical decisions do not take place in a vacuum, and reflecting the complex and constantly evolving many people, faced with their own interests and business environment students will enter. The standards, need reliable guidelines to address the author devotes considerable attention to major moral implications of business decisions. With a contemporary and international topics in business unique, highly practical approach to teaching business ethics by integrating current and emerging issues ethics, this text focuses on the relationships among from todays workplace. www.cengageasia.com 19

22 An updated video program, available on DVD, Global Environment. Case 22. China, India, and Wal- complements the text with additional exploration of Mart. Case 23. Google in China. Case 24. Sweatshops: key issues and examples in an entertaining format Are Companies Willing to Solve the Problem? sure to appeal to students. 2009, 552pp, Paperback, 9780324597042 FEATURES Cases follow each chapter to present contemporary, comprehensive, real-world (not hypothetical) business Family Business ethics scenarios covering relevant topics (such as issues related to new technologies and privacy) that engage student interest and provide realistic illustrations of essential principles of business ethics. Opening cases and/or profiles of contemporary issues begin each chapter to engage students immediately, demonstrate the impact and importance of key concepts, and show the relevance of upcoming material to students lives and future careers. The author masterfully and practically connects universal concepts of business ethics to concrete situations and real-world examples, enabling students FAMILY BUSINESS, INTERNATIONAL to grasp key ideas without losing sight of the hands-on EDITION, 4E considerations of applied ethics. Ernesto J. Poza, Thunderbird University CONTENTS FAMILY BUSINESS, 4e, International Edition provides 1. Business Ethics, the Changing Environment, and the next generation of family business owners with Stakeholder Management. Case 1. Enron. Case 2. the knowledge and skills needed for the successful Microsoft. 2. Stakeholder and Issues Management management and leadership of the family enterprise. Approaches. Case 3. Mattel Toy Recall. Case 4. JetBlue. The author, Ernesto Poza, uses both text and cases to Case 5. Arthur Andersen. 3. Ethical Principles, Quick Tests, explore a diverse set of family firms, examining the and Decision-Making Guidelines. Case 6. Sam Waksal interrelationships between the owners, the family, and Imclone. Case 7. Aaron Feuerstein and Malden and the management team. FAMILY BUSINESS, 4e, Mills. Case 8. Jerome Kerviel: Rogue Trader or Misguided International Edition, at its core, is a practical book that Employee? Case 9. Seeking Two Kinds of Green: Richard presents management and family practices to model Bransons Ventures in Biofuel. Case 10. Ford Pinto. 4. success as well as an honest look at the advantages The Corporation and External Stakeholders: Corporate and challenges facing family enterprises. Governance in a Free Market. Case 11. Napster. Case 12. Vioxx. Case 13. Who Killed the Electric Car? Case 14. NEW TO THIS EDITION Skype. 5. Stakeholder Responsibilities of Corporations New statistics and research findings with significant in the Marketplace. Case 15. Facebooks Beacon. Case 16. implications for family business management. Genetics Discrimination. 6. The Corporation and Internal The family governance challenge, including a Stakeholders: Values-Based Moral Leadership, Culture, recognition of the influence of wealth and the loss Strategy, and Self-Regulation. Case 17. Commitments to of the entrepreneurial spirit in the demise of family Sustainability in the Oil and Gas Industry. Case 18. Whats businesses. Written vs. Whats Reality. 7. Employee Stakeholders and New chapter on the Owners Plan. The owners the Corporation. Case 19. Wal-Mart: Ongoing Changes plan communicates through accounting, promotes with Gender Discrimination. Case 20. Dont Ask, Dont responsible shareholder education, sets clear Tell. Case 21. Women on Wall Street. 8. Stakeholder expectations for financial returns, acknowledges Management and Multinational Corporations in the the importance of cash-flow management, and the 20 www.cengageasia.com

23 advantages created by patient family capital. Boards of Directors. 11. Family Communication: Family New decision-making cases in which the reader is Meetings, Family Councils, and Family Offices. 12. asked to assume the role of the CEO or successor and Change, Adaptation and Innovation: The Future of make strategic fact-based decisions. Family Business. 13. Continuing The Spirit of Enterprise: New small family business cases for the many Lessons From Centennial Family Companies. readers who come from small to medium-sized family 2014, 416pp, Paperback, 9781285056883 businesses. An experiential learning simulation, The Family Business Game, available online to instructors for use in class. Human Relations FEATURES Revealing new statistics and research findings with significant implications for family business management. Scholarly, Yet Accessible: Rooted in theory, research, and practice, FAMILY BUSINESS goes beyond traditional textbooks by not only fostering understanding of family business theory and family dynamics but also exploring the subject with a managerial action orientation. Yet the high-level material is presented in an understandable, accessible EFFECTIVE HUMAN RELATIONS, 12E way. Interpersonal and Organizational Forward Looking: FAMILY BUSINESS looks at the firm Applications, International Edition across generations and provides strategic insights for Barry L. Reece, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; positioning the firm for future growth. Monique Reece, University of Denver Leadership Orientation: The critical leadership Teach your students the human relation skills they need tasks for family businesses receive comprehensive to become successful managers in todays workplace treatment and the role and importance of leadership with one of the most widely used human relations is introduced early in the text. texts available. EFFECTIVE HUMAN RELATIONS: CONTENTS I N T E R P E R S O N A L A N D O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L Part I. THE FAMILY BUSINESS: WHAT MAKES IT APPLICATIONS, 12E, International Edition uses an UNIQUE? 1. The Nature, Importance, and Uniqueness organizational perspective to help students understand of Family Business. 2. Great Families in Business: the disparate factors that influence employee behavior. Building Trust and Commitment. 3. Ownership of As one of the most practical and applied texts available, An Enterprise Built To Last. Part II. LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVE HUMAN RELATIONS, 12E, International IMPERATIVES FOR THE FAMILY AND BUSINESS: Edition incorporates hundreds of examples of real SUCCESSION AND CONTINUITY. 4. Succession: human relations issues and practices in successful Continuing Entrepreneurship and The Next Generation. companies. The text establishes seven major themes 5. Succession and The Transfer of Power. Part III. of effective human relations communication, self- BEST PRACTICES FOR THE MANAGEMENTAND awareness, self-acceptance, motivation, trust, self- GOVERNANCE OF THE FAMILY BUSINESS. 6. Creating disclosure, and conflict resolution as the foundation the Strategy. 7. Planning the Estate. 8. Financial for study. Self-assessments and self-development Considerations and Valuation of The Family Business. 9. opportunities throughout the book teach students Key Nonfamily Management: The Visible Commitment to assume responsibility for improving their personal to Managing The Family Business Professionally. 10. skills and competencies. This comprehensive edition Family Business Governance: Advisory Boards and addresses topics of emerging importance with www.cengageasia.com 21

24 expanded coverage of generational differences. The ORGANIZATIONAL APPLICATIONS, 12E, International text also explores goal setting, the root causes of Edition uses an organizational perspective to help negative attitudes, the use of branding in the job students better understand the disparate factors that market, technostress, and emotional intelligence. With influence employee behavior. EFFECTIVE HUMAN RELATIONS, 12E, International Practical Applications: Hundreds of examples of Edition, your students gain the insights, knowledge and real human relations issues and practices from relationship skills to deal successfully with the wide successful companies keep the principles students range of people-related challenges in business today. are learning within a practical context. TRY YOUR NEW TO THIS EDITION HAND activities encourage in-depth practice and thinking. YOU PLAY THE ROLE scenarios and Expanded EOC Materials: The end-of-chapter engaging role-play exercises provide hands-on materials have been dramatically expanded and experience for students to practice the concepts enhanced to provide even more great resources for learned in the chapter. HUMAN RELATIONS IN instructors to use in helping students master key ACTION emphasize how to tips and practical, concepts, develop skills, and build self-knowledge. The memorable examples from todays real organizations authors have added new Career Insights, new Try and businesses. Your Hand, and new Critical Thinking Challenges. Seven Themes of Effective Human Relations: This Even better, weve brought the favorite online activity, text establishes seven major themes of effective self-assessments, right into the book for convenience. human relations, communication, self-awareness, New Cases: At least half of the opening and closing self-acceptance, motivation, trust, self-disclosure, cases have been replaced with new cases, featuring and conflict resolution as the foundation for study. such companies as SAS, BP Oil, Panda Express, and Chapter Opening and Closing Cases: Each chapter many others. kicks off with a Tip of the Iceberg vignette that New Step-by-Step Guidance: A new boxed feature engages student interest while introducing the topic. provides straightforward how-to steps that guide At the end of the chapter, the Below the Surface students in mastering concepts and building skills. revisits that same example, closing the loop on the Updated Content: The authors have thoroughly real-life example of the chapter concept it illustrated. revised and updated the content with the latest Skill Assessment and Development: Self-assessments thinking, theories, and data on many of the most and self-development opportunities throughout important topics of our times: cultural intelligence, the book help students assume responsibility for current communication technologies, communication improving their personal skills and competencies. skills, self-esteem, conscious living, work-life balance, Students gain the insights, knowledge and relationship strengths and talents, moral and ethical choices, and skills to deal successfully with the wide range of so much more. people-related challenges in business today. New Real-world Examples: Providing real-life examples of human relations in the workplace, the authors CONTENTS have incorporated dozens of new examples from Part I: HUMAN RELATIONS: THE KEY TO PERSONAL companies large and small. Students will recognize GROWTH AND CAREER SUCCESS. 1. Introduction names like PricewaterhouseCooper, Cisco Systems, to Human Relations. 2. Improving Personal and Microsoft, and Zappos, and will learn about smaller Organizational Communications. Part II: CAREER yet equally interesting companies like The Container SUCCESS BEGINS WITH KNOWING YOURSELF. 3. Store, Borrego Solar Systems, Stew Leonards Markets, Understanding Your Communication Style. 4. Building the New Belgium Brewing Company, Joie de Vivre High Self-Esteem. 5. Personal Values Influence Ethical Boutiques, and many more. Choices. 6. Attitudes Can Shape Your Life. 7. Motivating FEATURES Yourself and Others. Part III: PERSONAL STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING HUMAN RELATIONS. 8. Improving O r g a n i z a t i o n a l P e r s p e c t i v e : E F F E C T I V E Interpersonal Relations with Constructive Self- HUMAN RELATIONS: INTERPERSONAL AND Disclosure. 9. Achieving Emotional Balance in a Chaotic 22 www.cengageasia.com

25 World. 10. Building Stronger Relationships with Positive NEW CASES OPEN AND CLOSE EACH CHAPTER: Energy. 11. Developing a Professional Presence. Part IV: These distinct, in-depth introductory and concluding IF WE ALL WORK TOGETHER 12. Team Building; A cases for each chapter create a cohesive, engaging Leadership Strategy. 13. Resolving Conflict and Dealing framework for the content within each chapter. This with Difficult People. Part V: SPECIAL CHALLENGES IN integrated structure within each chapter encourages HUMAN RELATIONS. 14. Responding to Personal and students to consider the comprehensive big picture Work-Related Stress. 15. Valuing Work Force Diversity. 16. in todays business world with a wealth of examples The Changing Roles of Men and Women. Part VI: YOU that reinforce concepts. CAN PLAN FOR SUCCESS. 17. A Life Plan for Effective REVISED TRY YOUR HAND ACTIVITIES ENCOURAGE Human Relations. IN-DEPTH PRACTICE AND THINKING: These fresh end-of-chapter activities encourage students to delve 2014, 456pp, Paperback, 9781133953197 deeper into chapter concepts and now apply more critical thinking skills to the challenges. NEW AND REVISED YOU PLAY THE ROLE EXERCISES POSITION STUDENTS FOR HR SUCCESS: New scenarios and engaging role-play exercises throughout this edition provide hands-on experience for students to practice the concepts learned in the chapter. NEW HUMAN RELATIONS IN ACTION FEATURES OFFER PRACTICAL TIPS FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS: New Human Relations in Action emphasize how to tips and practical, memorable examples from real HUMAN RELATIONS, INTERNATIONAL organizations and businesses. EDITION, 7E FEATURES Principles and Practices Barry L. Reece, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University INCREASED FOCUS ON CRITICAL THINKING P R E PA R E S S T U D E N T S F O R T O DAY S H R This edition of Human Relations: Principles and CHALLENGES: Throughout this editions student- Practices, International Edition continues to focus on friendly practical applications, the authors have the immediate personal application of human relations increased the emphasis on developing critical thinking principles and practices. In addition to incorporating skills. Revised Thinking/Learning/Doing exercises the authors innovative Total Person approach toward ask students to apply critical thinking to specific HR the field, the Seventh Edition includes an increased challenges. emphasis on issues of diversity, presenting a broad EXERCISES EQUIP STUDENTS WITH PRACTICAL range of characteristics that affect relationships on SKILLS FOR SUCCESS IN TODAYS BUSINESS WORLD: the job and ways to achieve insight when dealing with This market-leading text emphasizes effective a wide-range of people related problems. The updated communication and encourages self-development pedagogy includes strategically placed exercises that for future and current professionals. Contemporary encourage teamwork and group problem-solving insights into handling a wide range of people-related techniques, first-person advice from respected writers, problems help students refine relationship skills. educators, and business leaders, opening vignettes Students also develop effective strategies to resolve featuring prominent individuals in real-world situations, work/life tensions. and Career Corner sections that provide practical CONCEPTS APPEAR IN ACTUAL REAL-WORLD solutions to common human relations problems. CONTEXT: Updated pedagogical tools and proven learning features throughout this edition reflect NEW TO THIS EDITION the authors commitment to providing a real-world New and Revised opening and closing cases! context for concepts. www.cengageasia.com 23

26 TOTAL PERSON INSIGHTS PROVIDE PROFOUND application-oriented exercises to show how human ADVICE FROM RESPECTED PROFESSIONALS: relations concepts and skills can increase productivity Twenty-six new brief Total Person Insights in this and job satisfaction in the workplace. The 11th editions edition present thoughts, anecdotes, and advice from 14 chapters are brimming with self-assessment and self- some of todays most respected writers, educators, study tools. The course material flows from the human and business leaders. element to the work environment and then focuses on ENHANCED END-OF-CHAPTER APPLICATIONS the methods and techniques for achieving an effective EMPHASIZE HANDS-ON PROBLEM SOLVING fit between people and organizational systems. AND TEAMWORK: Fresh exercises and revised NEW TO THIS EDITION cases in this edition underscore the importance of teamwork in todays work place. On the Job Q&As New material addresses emerging trends and topics, provide practical solutions to common human including the recent economic crisis and how to relations problem, while new Cases based on actual manage in uncertain times. Other highlighted organizations ask students to apply chapter concepts updates include: retired people returning to work, to real situations. workplace violence, temporary workers, the glass ceiling, executive compensation, incentive programs, CONTENTS generational differences, emotional intelligence, new 1. Introduction to Human Relations. 2. Improving trends in job hunting, creativity and innovation, teams Interpersonal Communications. 3. Building High Self- and team building, networking, job interviews, new Esteem. 4. Personal Values Influence Ethical Choices. technologies and social networking, productivity, 5. Attitudes Can Shape Your Life. 6. Developing a absenteeism, alternative work schedules such as Professional Presence. 7. Valuing Work Force Diversity. flextime and job sharing, coaching, career building, 8. Resolving Conflict and Achieving Emotional Balance. leadership, employee recognition, multitasking, 9. A Life Plan for Effective Human Relations. employee candidate screening, talent management, workforce preparation, new thoughts on goal setting, 2012, 264pp, Paperback, 9781111821135 using technology in the workplace, handling negative feedback, public speaking skills, assisting employees with coping with problems, outsourcing, fostering employee loyalty, diversity, ethical trends, and green issues. Updated examples and cases keep the course content current. Companies highlighted include both familiar and lesser-known names, such as HP, the Waidley Company, the Coca-Cola Company, Air France, EX-MAN Company, W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc., Starbucks, Google, BroadwayBank, FedEx, Southwest Airlines, Butler Community College, Hyatt, GE, Wal- MODERN HUMAN RELATIONS AT Mart, Chevron, Caterpillar, Inc., DecisionWise, Jesclon WORK, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 11E Group, Space-Management Company, Whole Foods Kathryn W. Hegar, Mountain View College Markets, Burger King, McDonalds, IBM, The Walt Disney Company, GM, Roxling, Inc., and Ford. With its balanced mix of theory and practice, as well A new end-of-chapter exercise called Connecting to as current coverage of emerging trends and topics, the Real World keeps the course content relevant, real, MODERN HUMAN RELATIONS AT WORK, 11e, and current by driving students to use the internet International Edition is a pre-eminent textbook for to develop skills. These assignments can be done introducing students and novice practitioners to the individually or in teams. Topics covered include: ethics field. Author Kathryn W. Hegar provides many practical in the classroom, using recognition as an employee examples and techniques, as well as experiential and motivator, Spraungers value model, risk taking, the 24 www.cengageasia.com

27 value of networking, addressing workplace violence, CONTENTS problem solving, the role of a leader, pursuing your Preface. Part I: INTRODUCTION. 1. The Nature of next degree, communication skills, coping with Human Relations. 2. Fundamentals of Motivation. change, working for a multinational corporation, Part II: THE SOCIAL SYSTEM. 3. Individual Behavior. and more. 4. Group Behavior. 5. The Informal Organization. This edition now includes a set of short 5- to 8-minute Part III: THE TECHNICAL SYSTEM. 6. Technology and People at Work. 7. Productivity and Quality video clips that feature real-world applications of Improvement. 8. Job Redesign and Job Enrichment. the theories presented in the book. Numi Teas, Evo Part IV: The Administrative System. 9. Fundamentals of Gear, Recycline, and Flight 001 are just some of the Leadership. 10. Developing, Appraising, and Rewarding companies represented in these videos. Employees. Part V: BEHAVIORAL EFFECTIVENESS. 11. A revamped Test Bank offers more challenging Communicating for Effectiveness. 12. Managing Conflict applications-based questions as well as fact-recall and Change. Part VI: LOOKING TO THE FUTURE. questions. 13. Human Relations in Global Business. 14. Human FEATURES Relations Challenges of the Future. Notes. Subject Index. Because human relations in the workplace is 2012, 656pp, Paperback, 9780538481847 such a broad field encompassing so many topics, MODERN HUMAN RELATIONS AT WORK has been logically organized and structured into a logical flow Human Resource Management that moves from the human element to the work environment and then to methods by which to achieve an effective fit between people and organizational systems. The six parts of the book are: the foundation of human relations, social systems, technical systems, Coming Soon! administrative systems, behavioral effectiveness, and human relations challenges in the future. In each chapter, an In Action box illustrates the practical application of chapter concepts. These concepts have been organized into three categories: Human Relations In Action, Cultural Diversity In Action, and Ethics and Social Responsibility In STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE Action. All of these boxes address current issues and MANAGEMENT, 4E challenges for the future. Jeffrey A. Mello, Siena College Two types of self-examination exercises are included within every chapter. The Time Out boxes encourage STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 4E readers to engage more deeply in the topics and offers a truly innovative, integrative framework that to gain personal insights. Periodic Check Your examines the traditional functional HR areas from a Understanding exercises ensure that students strategic perspective. This text is organized into two comprehend the material before moving on to the sections. The first section, Chapters 1-7, examines the next section. context of strategic HR and develops a framework and conceptual model for the practice of strategic Each chapter ends with a section called Career HR. The second section, Chapters 8-14, examines the Advisor. This valuable material will help students actual practice and implementation of strategic HR develop and enhance their career-building skills. through a discussion of strategic issues that need to Among the topics addressed are: choosing a career, be addressed while developing specific programs and finding a job, preparing a resume, interviewing, policies related to the traditional functional areas of HR. managing a career, and managing stress effectively. Both the integrative framework that requires linkage between and consistency among these functional HR activities and the approach toward writing about www.cengageasia.com 25

28 these traditional functional areas from a strategic management of human resources. perspective distinguish the text from what is currently INTEGRATED STRATEGIC APPROACH: This text is on the market. truly innovative in its perspective and will meet a high NEW TO THIS EDITION demand among faculty, students, and practitioners who have been looking for a truly strategic approach. NEW END OF CHAPTER READINGS: Nearly 50 END-OF-CHAPTER QUESTIONS AND EXERCISES: percent of the end-of chapter readings are new to Discussion questions, experiential exercises to aid this edition. The readings that have been retained are in student learning, and some recommended critical those which have become classics and are presented thinking questions for each of the readings are found alongside those which represent the latest in thinking at the end of each chapter. and practice in human resource management. SUPPORT MATERIALS: Online support materials NEW EXAMPLES AND EXPLANATIONS: This edition include Instructors Manual, Test Bank, and PowerPoint contains numerous new original exhibits that explain Slides. chapter concepts, more than twenty new in practice vignettes that describe strategic HR practices in CONTENTS a wide variety of organizations, and over 100 new Part 1: THE CONTEXT OF STRATEGIC HUMAN references. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. 1. An Investment NEW AND EXPANDED CONTENT: New and expanded Perspective of Human Resources Management. 2. Social discussions of competency models, CEO succession Responsibility and Human Resource Management. 3. planning, sustainability, trust and engagement as Strategic Management. 4. The Evolving/Strategic Role of components of job satisfaction, and alumni relations Human Resource Management. 5. Strategic Workforce management. Additional expanded content includes Planning. 6. Design and Redesign of Work Systems. 7. Employment Law. Part 2: IMPLEMENTATION OF the roles and uses of social networking and social STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. 8. media in strategic human resource management. Staffing. 9. Training and Development. 10. Performance CURRENCY: Legal and legislative updates with the Management and Feedback. 11. Compensation. 12. latest court rulings on existing laws and coverage Labor Relations. 13. Employee Separation and Retention of the Dodd-Frank Act, Genetic Information Management. 14. Global Human Resource Management. Nondiscrimination Act, right-to-work legislation and same-sex marriage and their implications for human 2015, 696pp, Hardback, 9781285426792 resource management. FEATURES REAL-WORLD EXAMPLES AND REFERENCES: Integrated throughout the text and chapter introductions are frequent examples and references to current literature that put HR into a real-world context. End of chapter readings provide additional real-world examples. READING LINKS: Within the body of the chapter, links alert readers to pertinent articles found later in the chapter which expand upon and provide additional examples of strategic issues discussed within the HR 2.0 (WITH CAREER TRANSITIONS 2.0 chapter. PRINTED ACCESS CARD), 2E STRATEGIC EMPHASIS: The author undertakes Angelo DeNisi, Tulane University; Ricky Griffin, Texas A&M University a comprehensive discussion of current issues, Created through a student-tested, faculty-approved practices, and theories while maintaining a coherent review process with over 100 students and faculty, HR2 and consistent emphasis on strategy. Every example is an engaging and accessible solution to accommodate provided highlights a strategic approach to the the diverse lifestyles of todays learners at a value-based 26 www.cengageasia.com

29 price. HR2 employs real life learning features, such A full suite of unique learning tools that appeal to as HR in the 21st Century, highlighting important different learning styles is available to students challenges facing managers and employees in todays with the purchase of a new book. Quizzes, audio business climate. Opening and Closing Cases explore downloads, streaming videos, and more are only a real companies and organizations in-depth and delve click away. into some of todays most effective, unique approaches CONTENTS in dealing with HR issues. Memorable quotes woven throughout the text put voice to the critical concepts Chapter 1. The Nature of Human Resource Management. covered in each chapter. Time-saving Instructor Prep Chapter 2. The Legal Environment. Chapter 3. The Global Cards and powerful supplements, as well as a full suite Environment. Chapter 4. The Competitive Environment. of online learning aids for students, help ensure you Chapter 5. Information for Making Human Resource have the resources at your fingertips to keep students Decisions. Chapter 6. Human Resource Decision Making motivated and excited about HR. in Organizations. Chapter 7. Recruiting, Selecting, Training and Developing Employees. Chapter 8. NEW TO THIS EDITION Managing a New and Diverse Workforce. Chapter 9. UPDATED CURRENT EVENTS: Additional Current Compensation and Benefits. Chapter 10. Performance Events coverage can be found in Ch. 14. Appraisal and Career Management. Chapter 11. INCREASED COVERAGE OF SELECTION AND Managing Labor Relations. Chapter 12. Safety, Health, RECRUITMENT: More coverage of selection and Well-Being, and Security. Chapter 13. Motivation at Work. recruitment can be found in Ch. 7. Chapter 14. Managing and Enhancing Performance: The NEW OPENING AND CLOSING CASES: A majority of Big Picture. the opening and closing cases are new. 2014, 368pp, Paperback, 9781133604518 NEW HR IN TEH 21ST CENTURY BOXES: A majority of the HR in the 21st Century boxes have been updated. NEW EXAMPLES AND DATA: Examples and data have been updated and checked for currency. FEATURES An innovative combination of content delivery both in print and online provides a core text and a wealth of comprehensive multimedia teaching and learning assets based on input from student focus groups and surveys, and from interviews with nearly 100 faculty and students. Shorter, comprehensive chapters in a modern design HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, present content in a more engaging and accessible format without minimizing coverage for your course. INTERNATIONAL EDITION Jean M. Phillips, Rutgers University; Stanley M. Gully, Rutgers Chapter In Review Cards at the back of the Student University Editions provide students a portable study tool containing all of the pertinent information for class The focus of HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, preparation. International Edition is on developing students personal Instructor Prep Cards at the back of the Instructors and managerial skills by (1) Helping students understand Edition make preparation simple with detachable the role of HR in organizational effectiveness as well as cards for each chapter, offering a quick map of chapter their personal career success; (2) Enabling students to content, a list of corresponding PowerPoint and understand how to flexibly apply the HR concepts that video resources, additional examples, and suggested are appropriate for different problems or situations, and assignments and discussion questions to help you how HR both influences and is influenced by business organize chapter content efficiently. strategy; and (3) Creating an understanding of the www.cengageasia.com 27

30 HR context by embedding the important concepts of chapter application multiple choice questions for ethics, diversity, competitive advantage, and the global student skill development and assessment. The video context throughout the book. This highly readable book clips could be an out-of-class assignment or played will help students understand how to use HR to hire, in class. These videos bring the textbook material to develop, motivate, and retain the right people and bring life and help students understand the relevance and out the best in employees to execute the companys importance of different HR topics. They also help business strategy. It is intended for anyone who is or develop students personal skills by applying key who might become a manager or an HR professional. chapter content. By developing readers competence and confidence in Chapter Vignettes: Each chapter opens with the using important HR skills, this book will help anyone first part of a vignette called Real World Challenge become a more effective manager through a better use describing a challenge or issue faced by a real of HR tools. Because most students learn more easily organization. The vignette concludes at the end when they see the applicability of concepts to real of the chapter in the Real World Response with life situations, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, a description of how the firm applied some of the International Edition provides numerous current chapters concepts to successfully address the company examples throughout the book. A book- situation. These vignettes illustrate the importance long integrated case supplemented with interactive of HR and help the reader understand how HR is used online videos develops students personal skills and in real companies. gives them some experience in applying various HR HR Flexibility: Each chapter contains an HR concepts. The case and videos reinforce the relevance Flexibility box feature highlighting the importance of the textbook material and make the content even of flexibility in implementing HR practices and more understandable. illustrating how HR needs to fit the job, company, FEATURES economy, and individual employee. Global Issues: A Global Issues box in each chapter Integrated Case Study: This text provides instructions, highlights the role of globalization and global issues learning objectives, and teaching tips for a semester- in HR management. Worldwide labor issues including long case study that involves applying the breadth talent sourcing and cultural and legal idiosyncrasies of the textbook material to a fictitious organization. affecting the practice of HR are covered as well as Instructors can assign it as is or modify it to meet the expatriate management. HR issues for virtual teams needs of their courses. The case study gives students a are also discussed. feel for what different HR topics look like in practice, Skills Development: A Develop Your Skills box in and will give students some experience in applying each chapter highlights a personal skill relevant to a variety of HR concepts (e.g., identifying how to that chapters material (e.g., interviewing tips, giving use HR to execute the fictitious companys business feedback, etc.). strategy, viewing job interviews and deciding which Exercises: Interactive individual and group-based job candidate to hire, developing a training plan, exercises in each chapter reinforce themes including etc.). This active learning project develops students ethics, diversity, understanding oneself, and analytical skills in addition to their tacit knowledge developing personal HR skills. about human resource management. Parts of the Pedagogy to Facilitate Learning: Learning points are case study are introduced and described at the end provided at the beginning of each chapter to provide of each chapter. students with an advance organizer of the material Videos: High quality interactive online videos covered by the chapter. Discussion questions at the illustrating different concepts from the book (e.g., end of each chapter give students the opportunity a structured and an unstructured interview, a to test their understanding of the material covered performance appraisal interview, a termination in that chapter. interview, etc.) are integrated into the chapter Technology Resources to Engage Students: Several material and can also be used independently. Each online study tools - CourseMate, CengageNow, and online video is followed by situational judgment and 28 www.cengageasia.com

31 WebTutor - are available with this text to engage model is retained and the most recent developments students who have varying experience levels and in human resource management theories and practices learning styles by offering them options that work are explored. A multitude of contemporary regional best for them. and international examples are integrated throughout, CONTENTS alongside an expanded coverage on ethics and a focus on critical analysis. Thoroughly revised and Part I: THE IMPORTANCE AND CONTEXT OF HUMAN updated with the latest research findings, this edition RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. 1. Strategic Human incorporates a wealth of new material including: Resource Management. 2. The Role of Human corporate social responsibility, ethics, sustainable Resource Management in Business. 3. Diversity, Equal management practice, leadership, talent management, Employment Opportunity, and Affirmative Action. industrial relations, and retains its focus on core human Part II: PLANNING AND STAFFING. 4. Analyzing resource elements. Accompanied by new online study Work and Human Resource Planning. 5. Sourcing and tools which help to reinforce concepts, apply critical Recruiting. 6. Selection and Hiring. Part III: TRAINING thinking and enhance skills, the 8th edition of Human AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT. 7. Training and Resource Management offers the complete learning Development. 8. Performance Management. Part IV: experience required to succeed in human resource MANAGING TOTAL REWARDS. 9. Base Compensation. management. 10. Incentives. 11. Benefits. Part V: MANAGING THE WORK ENVIRONMENT AND INCREASING NEW TO THIS EDITION EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT. 12. Creating a Healthy Corporate social responsibility, ethics, sustainable Work Environment. 13. Creating Positive Employee- management practice, leadership, talent management, Management Relations. 14. Managing Engagement industrial relations and Turnover. Reorganised author team, enabling a concentrated focus on specialist areas 2014, 528pp, Paperback, 9781111533564 Reorganisation of chapters so that there is a smoother flow throughout Part 2; talent attraction, selection retention and development are in sequential chapters, presenting a clear progression Chapters 3 and 9 both cover industrial relations; while Chapter 3 provides a framework, Chapter 9 shows negotiation in action, consolidating the relevant elements of the chapters that precede it. International HRM is embedded rather than in a dedicated chapter, but important content has been beefed up, particularly with respect to recruitment and selection An increased focus on cross-cultural issues wherever HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: appropriate STRATEGY AND PRACTICE, 8E FEATURES Alan Nankervis, Curtin University ; Marian Baird, University of Sydney; Dr Jane Coffey, Curtin University; John Shields, University of HR in Practice boxes showcase real-world examples Sydney illustrating the key chapter concepts as applied in a business context In its 8th edition, AHRI-endorsed Human Resource International perspective boxes place HRM practices Management has a re-organised author team and into an international context to prepare students for continues to provide a strong conceptual and challenges of working in global environments. practical framework for students of human resource Professional Tips provide hints on how to be a management. The successful integrative strategic HRM successful HR practitioner www.cengageasia.com 29

32 CONTENTS global financial crisis, the Fund played a crucial role Part 1: HRM in Context 1. Evolution of human resource in stabilizing the economy as it enhanced subsidies management 2. The context of human resource for both the training programs as well as the abs ntee management 3. Industrial relations: frameworks and payrolls of employees who attended training. With practices 4. Human resource planning in a changing the consistent governmental emphasis on training environment Part 2: HRM Strategies, Systems and and development in the past decades, the Singapore Processes 5. Work design challenges in a global workforce has come to view training and development environment 6. Talent attraction and selection 7. as a natural part of their work and non-work lives. This Talent retention and development 8. Management of learning mindset (in both employees and managers) performance 9. Workplace negotiation processes 10. hence sets the workforce apart from those in other Strategic reward management 11. Managing workplace economies, and constitutes one of the strategic health and safety Part 3: The Effectiveness of HRM competitive advantages for the country. As other towards the future 12. Evaluating human resource economies emulate the Singapore model, the country management: towards the future has continued to fine-tune its human development strategy to stay ahead. Within this context, enabling 2014, 632pp, Paperback, 9780170233668 organizations to sharpen their internal human resource systems to take advantage of the learning culture, state support, and the ever-changing makeup of their employees, become the crucial levers that determine organizational success. Hence, the principles and practices explored in this book can be regarded as a set of how tos for human resource development students and practitioners to excel as they take action to transform the workforce for the 21st century. FEATURES Strong theoretical foundation underpins all the approaches and techniques examined, critiqued, and HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT FOR advocated. EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONS Culturally neutral principles and practices are Principles and Practices Across National Boundaries adopted only after ascertaining the feasibility of Ghee Soon Lim, The National University of Singapore; Jon M. Werner, overcoming cultural barriers across contexts in the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; Randy L. DeSimone, Rhode Island implementation process. College Strong emphasis on the applicability of ideas in Asia- Pacific as well as around the world. Human Resource Development (HRD) features Easy-to-read writing style and extensive discussion on prominently in the Singapore economy and has important points that are subtle to most new learners been widely hailed as one of the success factors that of the subject matter. propelled Singapore to one of the top five economies Open-ended and life-long learning are emphasized. in the world in terms of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita on a purchasing power parity basis. Under CONTENTS the national framework of skills upgrading, the Skills Preface Acknowledgements Brief Contents Contents Development Levy Act, which came into force in 1979, Part 1 Foundations of Human Resource Development requires all employers to pay a percentage of the Chapter 1 Introduction to Human Resource Development employees salary subject to minimum and maximum Chapter 2 Influences on Employee Behavior Chapter caps to the Skills Development Fund. Monies in this 3 Learning and HRD Part 2 Framework for Human Fund are then channeled to subsidize approved training Resource Development Chapter 4 Assessing HRD Needs programs for targeted employees. In the 2008-2009 Chapter 5 Designing Effective HRD Programs Chapter 30 www.cengageasia.com

33 6 Implementing HRD Programs Chapter 7 Evaluating class discussion material. A fully tailored CourseMate HRD Programs Part 3 Human Resource Development and Instructors website will also be available to Applications Chapter 8 Employee Socialization and adopters. MARKET: Dowling et al is a core textbook Orientation Chapter 9 Skills and Technical Training for International HRM modules (IHRM) as taught Chapter 10 Coaching and Performance Management at intermediate and postgraduate levels on all HRM Chapter 11 Employee Counseling and Wellness Services programmes and the majority of broad-based business Chapter 12 Career Management and Development programmes. It is also used on some International Chapter 13 Management Development Chapter 14 Management modules. This textbook is autopackaged Organization Development and Change Chapter 15 HRD with CourseMate. CourseMate brings course concepts and Diversity: Diversity Training and Beyond Glossary to life with interactive learning, study, and exam Name Index Subject Index preparation tools that support the printed textbook and the textbook-specific website. CourseMate includes an 2013, 682pp, Paperback, 9789814455138 integrated eBook and interactive teaching and learning tools including quizzes, flashcards, videos, and more and an EngagementTracker, a first-of-its-kind tool that monitors student engagement in the course. NEW TO THIS EDITION New chapter on the Cultural Context of IHRM, which shows students the effects of different cultures on companies and workforces. More on outsourcing to different countries and off shoring, particularly to emerging markets such as China and India, provides key insights to these crucial markets. INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE Expanded coverage of business ethics, unions, MANAGEMENT (WITH COURSEMATE talent management, the impact of technology on AND EBOOK ACCESS CARD), 6E HR activities in MNEs, and the role of HRM in cross- Peter Dowling; Marion Festing PhD, ESCP-EAP European School of Management, Berlin, Germany; Allen D. Engle, Sr. D.B.A, Eastern border knowledge management in multinational SMEs Kentucky University and non profit organizations gives students greater depth and insight into these key topics. Dowling et al is a rare instance of a textbook that has More emphasis on cross-disciplinary writing, developed alongside the field - helping to shape what organisation-wide application of global systems, and it is today - and remains the market leading IHRM the future of the HR function and its role in knowledge textbook worldwide. The international author team management in MNEs. have ensured this edition is even more international This edition benefits from a streamlined chapter than its predecessors, whilst also remaining close structure and brand new text design that helps to curriculum developments. New edition changes maintainstudents attention. include a streamlined chapter structure and a new Fully updated case studies and four brand new cases chapter on the cultural context of IHRM. The focus on written by eminent international authors explore key expatriates has been balanced with a stronger global topics in more depth and help demonstrate theory management emphasis throughout. The content in practice. also reflects the current economic climate, including FEATURES greater coverage of turbulence for IHRM and issues of employee separation. There is also expanded coverage Dowling et al is widely recognized as the leading of business ethics, outsourcing, emerging markets IHRM textbook in the field and key product features and small medium enterprises. In addition the new that have allowed it to attain this position include: edition includes a wealth of case study material and Modern coverage of the SME and MNE environment www.cengageasia.com 31

34 ensuring students are kept up to date with the most recent issues. Consistent updating of the underpinning research literature with each new edition providing students with the latest thinking in the field. One of the first IHRM textbooks to introduce modern pedagogical features, such as learning objectives, IHRM in Action boxes and discussion questions enabling students to easily navigate the text. Adherence to the latest key issues in the field with each new edition ensuring the text covers MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES WITH contemporary issues. CB COURSESMART EBOOK, 16E CONTENTS Scott A. Snell, University of Virginia, Darden School of Business; George W. Bohlander, Arizona State University Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 The Cultural Context of IHRM Chapter 3 The organizational context Chapter CB CourseSmart eBook The ultimate eBook experience 4: IHRM in Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions, has arrived! Easily access our eBooks with features that International Alliances and SMEs Chapter 5 Sourcing will improve your reading experience, and tools to help human resources for global markets staffing, you take notes and organize your studies. Gain a better understanding of how human resources impacts both recruitment and selection Chapter 6 International individuals and organizations with this market-leading, Performance Management Chapter 7 International practical text. Snell/Bohlanders popular MANAGING Training, Development & Careers Chapter 8 International HUMAN RESOURCES, 16TH EDITION builds upon a compensation Chapter 9 International industrial foundation of research and theory with an inviting, relations and the global institutional context Chapter 10 practical framework that focuses on todays most IHRM Trends and Future Challenges Case 1. Spanning the critical HR issues and current practices. The books Globe by Allen D. Engle, Sr. Case 2. Quality Compliance engaging writing style and strong visual design use at the Hawthorn Arms by Allen D. Engle, Sr. Case 3. more than 500 memorable examples from a variety of Wolfgangs Balancing Act by Marion Festing and Allen real organizations to illustrate key points and connect D. Engle, Sr. Case 4. Strategic Forecasts and Staffing concepts to current HR practice. Fresh cases spotlight Formulation: executive and Managerial Planning for the latest developments and critical trends, while hands-on applications focus on practical tips and Bosch-Kazakhstan by Marion Festing and Manfred suggestions for success. Froehlecke Case 5. Just Another Move to China? The Impact of International Assignments on Expatriate FEATURES Families by Yvonne McNulty Case 6. Expatriate NEW! Human Resource Management is not only Compensation at Robert Bosch GmbH: Coping With essential in large corporations - its just as important Modern Mobility Challenges Ihar Sahakiants, Marion in small businesses and start-ups as well. To better Festing and Manfred Froehlecke Case 7. Balancing train and inform students who are, or will be, applying Values: An Indian Perspective on Corporate Values from HR concepts in a full range of business situations, Scandinavia Martine Cardel Gertsen and Mette Zlner the authors have enhanced their focus on small Case 8. Local and International: Managing Complex businesses in this edition. Each chapter now includes Employment Expectations by Maike Andresen a boxed feature called Small Business Application that explains how chapter concepts can be uniquely 2013, 400pp, Paperback, 9781408075746 applied in a small business environment. NEW! Studies show that when reading textbooks, students need to be re-engaged every three to four pages. Thats why every main sub-topic within a chapter now kicks off with a thought-provoking question. These questions encourage students to analyze and evaluate what theyre reading as theyre 32 www.cengageasia.com

35 reading it, and more importantly, empowers students EMPHASIS ON THE MOST CURRENT PRACTICES to apply the material to real-life situations. AND ISSUES PROVIDE TIMELY UNDERSTANDING OF NEW! Snell/Bohlanders MANAGING HUMAN HR TODAY - Ensure your students are familiar with RESOURCES is known as a case-based text, and the the most current HR practices and how to apply them authors strive to keep these cases relevant and timely. with timely examples and special features, including Half of the shorter, chapter-ending Case Studies have how-to tips within this edition. Learning features been replaced with new cases, and one-third of the and examples throughout focus on real, memorable longer, more challenging Comprehensive Cases at examples from actual organizations to display how the end of the book have also been replaced with businesses and managers perform HR functions. This new cases. focus on real-world illustrations addresses both small NEW! Because Web 2.0 technologies are now such a businesses and international topics. prevalent part of our lives, the authors have woven in examples of how HR professionals are using modern CONTENTS technology, such as social media and crowd sourcing, Preface. Part I: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT in the recruitment and selection of new candidates. IN PERSPECTIVE. 1. The Challenge of Human Resources NEW! Technology also plays a major role in the Management. 2. Strategy and Human Resources teaching of this course. An entirely new set of video Planning. Part II: MEETING HUMAN RESOURCES cases and corresponding questions are now available. REQUIREMENTS. 3. Equal Employment Opportunity The book also includes updated Using the Internet and Human Resources Management. 4. Job Analysis column feature assignments. and Job Design. Part III: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVENESS NEW! The 16th editions Test Bank has been IN HUMAN RESOURCES. 5. Expanding the Talent significantly upgraded with the inclusion of many Pool: Recruitment and Careers. 6. Employee Selection. more analysis and application-based questions. 7. Training and Development. 8. Performance EXPANDED COVERAGE OF TODAYS KEY HR TOPICS Management and the Employee Appraisal Process. Part AND THE LATEST HR UPDATES PREPARE STUDENTS IV: IMPLEMENTING COMPENSATION AND SECURITY. FOR TOMORROWS SUCCESS - The latest edition 9. Managing Compensation. 10. Pay-for-Performance: of this market-leading text offers more coverage of Incentive Rewards. 11. Employee Benefits. 12. Promoting critical HR issues, such as diversity, outsourcing/ Safety and Health. Part V: ENHANCING EMPLOYEE illegal immigration, todays labor issues, and employee MANAGEMENT RELATIONS. 13. Employee Rights and benefits. Discipline. 14. The Dynamics of Labor Relations. Part HIGHLIGHTS IN HRM EXAMINE TIMELY VI: EXPANDING HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATIONAL CONCERNS AND PRACTICAL HORIZONS. 15. International Human Resources CHALLENGES -Your students gain in-depth looks Management. 16. Creating High-Performance Work at how actual organizations handle human resource Systems. Cases. issues and functions as many new Highlights in HRM include HR Planning and Strategy: Questions 2013, 568pp, Paperback, 9789814568821 to Ask Business Managers (Ch. 2), Best Practices Other Available CTE Bundle Options: for Employee Testing and Selection (Ch. 6), and Managing Human Resources with CourseMate, 16e Employee Stock Option Plans (Ch. 10). 9789814568838 MORE RESOURCES FOR MANAGING HUMAN Managing Human Resources with CengageNOW, 16e. RESOURCES - Discover a wealth of support beyond 9789814568845 the Instructors Manual. The Teaching Assistance Managing Human Resources with MindTap, 16e. Manual is especially designed for new instructors, 9789814568852 graduate assistants, and teachers wanting to generate more class discussion. Youll find valuable chapter overviews and outlines, material for class discussion and ongoing student interest, topics warranting special attention, and exercises and discussion topics for student involvement. Appendices focus on presenting materials, initiating and sustaining class discussion, quizzing, testing, and dealing with problems unique to new instructors. www.cengageasia.com 33

36 to changes caused by technological advances can be found in chapter 4. STAKEHOLDER APPROACH TO EVALUATIONS: An emphasis on a stakeholder approach to HRD evaluation, an expanded Kirkpatrick evaluation framework, while maintaining the emphasis on the use of return on investment (ROI) and utility estimates for communicating HRD effectiveness (Chapter 7). UPDATED COVERAGE OF COACHING AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT: In chapter 20 there HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT, is a revised opening case on coaching scenarios, plus INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 6E updated coverage of both coaching and performance Randy L. DeSimone, Rhode Island College; Jon M. Werner, University management, as well as a new experiential exercise of Wisconsin-Whitewater concerning developing performance management competence. This comprehensive text covers the entire field of CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Updated discussion of the human resource development, from orientation shifts occurring in career development, including the and skills training, to career and organizational changing employment relationship, new models of development. It shows how concepts and theory have career development, team-based career development, been put into practice in a variety of organizations. This learning portfolios, and the individuals responsibility sixth edition of HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT, in career development, plus a new career planning International Edition reflects the current state of the exercise called The five-year resume (Chapter 12). field, blending real-world practices and up-to-date MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT: There are updated research. discussions of the nature of managerial work, strategic NEW TO THIS EDITION management development, global management development, competency-based management THOROUGH UPDATE: The sixth edition of this book education, ethics instruction in management has been updated to reflect the research and thinking education, leadership development (including on HRD theory and practice that has taken place since transformational leadership and experience-based 2008. Information from more than 1,200 new sources approaches). has been added. UPDATED CASES: New cases include: strategic HRD FEATURES efforts at Kasikorn Bank of Thailand in Chapter CHAPTER-OPENING LEARNING OBJECTIVES, 1; learning and development at Caterpillar, Inc. QUESTIONS, AND CASES: Learning objectives and in Chapter 3; Colliers International in Chapter 6; opening questions at the beginning of each chapter orientation at the Mayo Clinic in Chapter 8; customer help focus attention on key chapter topics. An service at Cisco Systems, Inc in Chapter 9; integrative opening case in each chapter places the contents of case on wellness efforts at KPMG LLP is included the chapter into a meaningful context. A return to in Chapter 11.; updated case and web assignment the opening case provides closure and shows how the concerning global diversity efforts at IBM is included chapter content may be used to address the issues in Chapter 15. in the case. UPDATED LEARNING STYLES COVERAGE IN INTERESTING EXAMPLES, BOXED INSERTS, AND CHAPTER 3: An updated emphasis on individual ILLUSTRATIONS: Illustrations, examples, and boxed learning styles and preferences, along with an updated inserts throughout the book help readers better discussion of how technology changes employee assimilate the information. learning can be found in chapter 3. NEEDS ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES: Revised discussions CONTENTS of needs assessment activities, especially in relation PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF HUMAN RESOURCE 34 www.cengageasia.com

37 DEVELOPMENT. 1. Introduction to Human Resource and impact of the principles students are learning. Development. 2. Employee Behavior and Employee Timely Internet resources and additional readings offer Influences. 3. Learning and HRD. PART 2 FRAMEWORK clear guidelines for those interested in further HR study. FOR HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT. 4. How to Focus on the best in human resource management Assess HRD Needs. 5. How to Design Effective HRD with HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: ESSENTIAL Programs. 6. Evaluating HRD Programs. 7. Implementing PERSPECTIVES, 6th Edition. HRD Programs. PART 3 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS. 8. Employee Skills NEW TO THIS EDITION and Technical Training. 9. Socialization and Orientation of Employees. 10. Employee Counseling and Wellness NEW: Each chapter includes a new HR - Meeting Services. 11. Performance Management and Coaching. 12. Management Challenges opener to introduce the Career Development and Management. 13. Management chapter. Development. 14. Organization Development and NEW: Chapter 1 is reorganized to improve the flow of Change. 15. HRD and Diversity: Diversity Training and topics, with early coverage of organizational coverage Beyond. Glossary. Name Index. Subject Index. Endnotes. and ethics, and the addition of coverage of the effects of the recession on jobs. 2012, 700pp, Paperback, 9780538481359 NEW: EEO and Diversity (previously chapter 3) is moved up as chapter 2, and reorganized with diversity issues covered earlier in the chapter, and with new sections on Nepotism, romance in the workplace, and genetic bias regulation. NEW: The previous editions chapter 2 is now chapter 3, and includes an expanded section on job satisfaction, employee turnover is covered earlier in the chapter, a new section on HR planning in introduced to cover assessment of the internal and external workforce, and planning/forecasting HR supply and demand. NEW: Chapter 4 on Training and Talent Management HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 6E includes new sections on Planning for Training and Essential Perspectives on Planning for Global Strategies, and an expanded Robert L. Mathis, University of Nebraska at Omaha; John H. Jackson, section on talent management. University of Wyoming NEW: Chapter 7 is re-titled as Total Rewards and Compensation, and includes new sections on pay Discover the information most important for todays successful HR professional with the practical HR secrecy, statistical analysis, and competency-based concepts and proven HR practices highlighted in pay. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: ESSENTIAL NEW: Chapter 8 is revised to include expanded PERSPECTIVES, 6th Edition. Recognized authors coverage of sales compensation, expanded sections Robert Mathis and John Jackson have condensed the on Benefits Plan Design and on Increases in Health best from their market-leading HUMAN RESOURCE Benefit Costs, a new section on mini-medical plans, MANAGEMENT, 13th Edition, to bring you a concise and an expanded section on Pension Plan Concepts. essentials text thats easy to use and an economical NEW: Chapter 9s section on The Current State of choice. This edition reviews todays most important Health, Safely, and Security is updated to include laws and regulations and addresses the information employers use of EPLI and mandatory arbitration, most often used by human resource professionals. and a section on Absenteeism is added to this chapter. The authors focus on the coverage most important for students preparing for HR certification exams with a Each chapter has been brought up to date on any solid introduction to HR concepts and practices that are changes in the HR research or the law that has applicable for practicing HR professionals in numerous transpired since the previous edition. industries. Chapter openers place concepts in a strong managerial context, clearly highlighting the importance www.cengageasia.com 35

38 FEATURES respected as a tightly integrated, clear, higher-level CHAPTER OPENERS PROVIDE IMPORTANT text, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 11E, MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVES: Introduce each International Edition presents strong organizing chapters concepts and applications with new themes: teams, diversity, global issues, corporate social responsibility/ethics/sustainability, and metrics/ chapter openers, Meeting Management Challenges, analytics. These themes are highlighted in interesting that immediately capture students attention and boxed features throughout the eleventh edition. The provide an intriguing managerial backdrop for the text also follows an organizational structure that chapter content that follows. Students clearly see emphasizes the HR Triad (employee, line manager, HR the big picture of human resource issues at work in manager) with the understanding that effective human organizations. resource management requires mutual understanding and collaboration among HR professionals, managers, CONTENTS and all other employees. New to the eleventh 1. Human Resource Managements Role and Strategic edition is an emphasis on preparation for the PHR/ Nature. 2. Equal Employment Opportunity and SPHR certification exam. Because organizations Diversity. 3. Individuals/HR Planning/Job Analysis. differ from each other in so many ways--including 4. Staffing: Recruiting and Selection. 5. Training and their locations, competitive strategies, products and Talent Management. 6. Performance Management services, and corporate cultures--these experienced and Appraisal. 7. Total Rewards and Compensation. 8. authors use many different companies to illustrate Variable Pay and Benefits. 9. Risk Management and how employers address the challenge of managing Employee Relations. 10. Union/Management Relations. human resources effectively. This new edition includes APPENDIX A: Internet Resources. APPENDIX B: Major examples of companies in many different industries, Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Laws and sizes, and countries. The authors selected these Regulations. APPENDIX C: Sample Application Form. organizations because they successfully combine a APPENDIX D: Guidelines to Lawful and Unlawful respect for established principles of human resource Pre-employment Inquiries. APPENDIX E: Questions management with a willingness to experiment and Commonly Asked in Selection Interviews. Glossary. try new approaches, allowing them to succeed year Index. after year. 2012, 288pp, Paperback, 9780538481700 NEW TO THIS EDITION H U M A N R E S O U R C E M A N A G E M E N T, 1 1 E , International Edition has always had a strong emphasis on ethics, but this construct has been expanded in the Eleventh edition to address all facets of Corporate Social Responsibility: Ethics, Sustainability, and Environmental issues. Numerous boxed features and other examples will support this new emphasis. One of the five themes of the text Metrics has now been broadened to include Analytics, giving students the ability to measure how effectively HR policies are HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, functioning. Students will find additional material in the Metrics and Analytics boxed features and woven INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 11E throughout the text. Steve Werner, University of Houston; Randall S. Schuler, Rutgers University, GSBA Zurich; Susan E. Jackson, Rutgers University Many new and updated cases and examples reflect the very latest, most critical issues in HR. In addition, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 11E, International at least one new Current Issue, found in the final Edition explains how successful companies manage section of each chapter, has been updated or revised human resources in order to compete effectively with new material. in a dynamic, global environment. Long known and In this age of ever-increasing globalization, the 36 www.cengageasia.com

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39 Eleventh edition includes more examples of HR issues pertaining to multinational and international businesses. In response to users requests, the Eleventh edition also features a new focus on preparation for the PHR/SPHR certification exam. The sequence of the chapters has been adjusted and the chapters have then been organized into parts to correlate with the exam, and the authors have added new material to many chapters that will help students prepare for this certification process. WHS, 3E FEATURES A Management Guide with Student Resource Access 12 Months The eleventh editions emphasis on the global/ Richard Archer; Kerry Borthwick, University of New South Wales; international aspects of human resource management Michelle Travers, Blacktown College of TAFE; Leo Ruschena, RMIT reflects the current trend of globalization in todays business environment. Now in its 3rd edition, WH&S A Management Guide The book has been updated with new cases as well as is a practical and contemporary introduction to work additional examples scattered throughout the book. health and safety management. Renamed to reflect the This gives students an opportunity to apply their new health and safety paradigm introduced by Work knowledge and makes the information more relevant. Health and Safety legislation, the text is fully updated Exciting topic coverage addresses the most critical to address the latest changes in WHS law and policy. issues in HR today: outsourcing and off-shoring; wage The text contends that work should satisfy human levels in different countries; new technologies; the needs as much as organisational goals. Going beyond recent economic crisis; ethics and social responsibility; the risk-management model of physical safety, the text and how to measure the effectiveness of human takes in to account the larger perspective of human resources practices. Students will benefit by learning health needs, including psychological and social needs. the most salient concerns in the field of human NEW TO THIS EDITION resources management. The Human Resource Triad feature describes the Renamed and updated to reflect the new Work Health different roles of HR professionals, managers, and and Safety legislation employees, and how they affect the design and New chapter 18 exploring topical issues relevant to implementation of HR practices. work health and safety A section called Current Issues appears in every Did you know? feature that provides relevant facts chapter (similar to the Human Resources Triad), and statistics on various topical OHS issues addressing two current issues pertinent to that OHS in Practice boxes give examples of OHS theories chapters topic. put into practice in real workplace environments CONTENTS End of chapter feature In your Workplace provides Part I: STRATEGIC HRM. 1. Human Resource scenario based exercises Management. 2. Understanding the Environment. Each new copy offers a 6 month subscription to Part II: STAFFING. 3. HR Planning. 4. Job Analysis. Search me! management. Fast and convenient, 5. Recruitment and Retention. 6. Selection. Part III: this resource provides 24-hour access to full-text TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE. 7. Training and articles updated daily from hundreds of scholarly Development. 8. Performance Management. Part IV: and popular journals as well as e-books, magazines TOTAL COMPENSATION. 9. Compensation. 10. Pay for and news papers including The Australian and The Performance. New York Times. Students can use the Search me! management key terms listed at the end of each 2012, 480pp, Paperback, 9781111822323 chapter to explore topics further and find current references for assignments www.cengageasia.com 37

40 FEATURES the complex relationships between HRM and a range A practical introduction to WHS management with of organizational functions and encompasses the case studies, news stories and other real-life examples business, public and voluntary sectors. Using a wealth used to ensure that students are able to apply the of real world examples, the text analyses HRM from theory to real world situations a number of illuminating practical and theoretical A humanist perspective, locating WHS issues in perspectives. The book is arranged around four the larger context of maintaining and promoting essential perspectives: environmental, organizational, community and social wellbeing strategic and operational. The text offers extensive Emphasis on a systematic approach to WHS supported coverage of contemporary HRM topics including ethics by management commitment, workplace consultation and diversity, knowledge management, and talent and a vibrant WHS culture management. Highly topical coverage of how HRM has More case studies that are complemented by been affected by the global financial crisis and of how discussion questions HRM is practiced in the worlds developing economies is incorporated throughout. This book emphasises the CONTENTS operational realities of HRM within the wider business 1. Introducing health and safety 2. Understanding the context, demonstrating the practical application of key legal framework 3. Consulting on OHS 4. Developing HRM concepts. a systematic approach 5. Managing OHS information 6. Identifying hazards & managing risk 7. Managing FEATURES hazards associated with plant 8. Controlling risk: The texts concise and well-organised coverage ergonomics 9. Controlling risk: occupational hygiene 10. provides a highly accessible introduction to HRM. Using equipment to monitor workplaces 11. Managing psychosocial hazards 12. Controlling risk: safe design Over one hundred HRM in Reality articles and 13. Auditing & evaluating OHS activity 14. Dealing with questions relate the topics under discussion to HRM emergencies 15. Notifying, reporting & investigating as actually practiced within organisations, incidents 16. Compensating injured workers & managing End of chapter case studies present HRM in a injuries 17. Promoting a health & safety culture 18. global context in order to stimulate critical analysis, Topical issues discussion and reflection on the issues raised within each chapter. 2012, 400pp, Paperback, 9780170196307 Updated learning features including Learning Objectives, Key Concept boxes and an extensive glossary provide maximum support to the learning process. End of chapter features including Chapter Summaries, Review Questions and Further Reading encourage critical engagement with the topic. Extensive online support materials, including multiple choice questions, PowerPoint slides and an instructors manual. CONTENTS 1 Introducing human resource management 2 HRM and FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN RESOURCE the job market 3 International HRM 4 Strategic HRM 5 MANAGEMENT Promoting diversity 6 Recruitment 7 Employee selection Alan Price, HRM Guide Network 8 Performance management 9 Human resource development 10 Reward management 11 Flexibility, Fundamentals of Human Resource Management worklife balance and wellness 12 Managing conflict provides a succinct yet comprehensive overview of the key issues shaping HRM today. The book explores 2011, 366pp, Paperback, 9781408032121 38 www.cengageasia.com

41 glossary provide maximum support to the learning process End of chapter features including Chapter Summaries, Review Questions and Further Reading encourage critical engagement with the topic Extensive online support materials, including multiple choice questions, PowerPoint slides and an Instructors manual are available for this text. CONTENTS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 4E PART ONE: INTRODUCTION TO HRM 1 Managing Alan Price, HRM Guide Network people 2 The concept of HRM 3 HRM in practice PART TWO: HRM AND THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Now in its fourth edition, Human Resource Management 4 HRM and the global economy 5 HRM and the job provides a comprehensive introduction to the key market 6 International perspectives: culture, the issues shaping HRM today. The book explores the state, human capital and ethics 7 Flexibility, worklife complex relationships between HRM and a range balance and wellness PART THREE: ORGANIZATIONAL of other organizational functions and encompasses HRM 8 HRM and organizational structure 9 Growth, the business, public and voluntary sectors. Using a culture and knowledge 10 Employee engagement wealth of global real world examples, the text analyses PART FOUR: STRATEGIC HRM 11 People strategies 12 HRM from a number of illuminating practical and Change strategies 13 Resourcing strategies PART FIVE: theoretical perspectives. With a new and improved TALENT MANAGEMENT 14 Recruitment 15 Employee structure, the text is now organised around four selection 16 Performance management 17 Reward essential perspectives: environmental, organizational, management 18 Human resource development PART strategic and operational. The fourth edition offers SIX: EMPLOYEE RELATIONS 19 Promoting diversity 20 increased coverage of ethics and diversity, knowledge Managing conflict management and talent management. Highly topical 2011, 587pp, Paperback, 9781408032244 coverage of how HRM has been affected by the global financial crisis and of how HRM is practiced in the worlds developing economies has also been incorporated. This book emphasises the operational realities of HRM within the wider business context, demonstrating the practical application of key HRM concepts. FEATURES The fourth editions new structure provides an improved guide through the topics and enables easy navigation Over one hundred HRM in Reality articles and HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT questions relate the topics under discussion to HRM APPLICATIONS, 7E as actually practiced within organisations Cases, Exercises, Incidents, and Skill Builders, End of chapter case studies present HRM in a International Edition global context in order to stimulate critical analysis, Stella M. Nkomo, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Myron D. discussion and reflection on the issues raised within Fottler, University of Central Florida; R. Bruce McAfee, Old Dominion University each chapter Updated learning features including Learning Strengthen your students understanding of todays Objectives, Key Concept boxes and an extensive important human resource issues and equip them with www.cengageasia.com 39

42 the skills to overcome current practical HRM challenges NEW TIME-SAVING CORRELATION GUIDE when you supplement your course with the latest CONNECTS CONTENT TO POPULAR HR TEXTS. edition of Nkomo/Fottler/McAfees unique HUMAN To save you time, this editions Instructors Manual RESOURCE MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS: CASES, provides a new Correlation Guide that allows you EXERCISES, INCIDENTS, AND SKILL BUILDERS, 7E, to see at a glance where to incorporate items from International Edition. This one-of-a-kind, single source Nkomo/Fottler/ McAfees HUMAN RESOURCE brings contemporary human resource management MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS, 7E, International cases, focused exercises, timely incidents and proven Edition into your course when you are using a Cengage skill builders together. You save significant preparation Learning Human Resource Management text. time, while your students gain hands-on experience FEATURES critical. A new Correlation Chart in the revised Instructors Manual corresponds with other leading TODAYS MOST THOROUGH SELECTION OF HRM Cengage Learning introductory HR texts makes APPLICATIONS PREPARES STUDENTS FOR REAL this editions valuable cases and applications easy HR CHALLENGES. This unique, all-in-one-source to integrate into your introductory HR course. An selection of exceptional, timely cases, exercises, emphasis on problem solving and decision making incidents and skill builders provides an accurate throughout the exercises make HUMAN RESOURCE depiction of the challenges facing employees and MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS, 7E, International managers in todays work environment. Edition ideal for any level of study. New and updated REAL APPLICATIONS EMPHASIZE THE PRACTICALITY cases and applications drawn from actual current OF HR PRINCIPLES IN ACTION. This editions events highlight a variety of organizations and exercises, skill builders and examples are drawn from industries, including todays growing service sector. timely actual business situations and events. Students The book reinforces topics most critical to todays HR see, first-hand, how human resource managers, line manager as it helps you strengthen your students managers and others responsible for personnel use hands-on experience to better meet the challenges of HR policies and programs. These real life applications HRM today. further provide future managers with hands-on understanding of the situations and issues shaping NEW TO THIS EDITION human resource management. NEW CASES AND APPLICATIONS REFLECT INDUSTRY UPDATED TOPIC CORRELATION TABLE AT THE CHANGES AND TRENDS MOST IMPORTANT FOR FRONT OF THE TEXT SAVES YOU VALUABLE TODAYS HR STUDENTS. A wealth of new cases, PREPARATION TIME. You can quickly locate numerous exercises, incidents, and skill builders throughout cases, exercises, incidents or skill builders related to this edition as well as thoroughly updated cases and a specific HR topic with the convenient Correlation applications reflect todays most current HRM trends. Table within this edition. Students study the most recent industry changes, VARIETY OF CASES AND APPLICATIONS SHOW HOW changes in employment laws, and areas of specific HR PRINCIPLES IMPACT DIVERSE ORGANIZATIONS. interest, such as environmentally friendly HR policies, This editions cases, exercises, incidents, skill builders, security breaches, work and family issues, the use of and team projects expose students to a myriad of social networking in the selection process, executive organizational settings and typical business activities compensation, and same-sex benefits. to provide deeper insights into todays HR practices FULLY UPDATED INSTRUCTORS MANUAL HELPS and their consequences, no matter what the industry. YOU EFFECTIVELY INTEGRATE THE LATEST CONTENT EFFICIENT ACTIVITIES ARE IDEAL FOR TYPICAL INTO YOUR CLASSROOM. New explanations within CLASSROOM SETTING. Thorough, yet concise this editions Instructors Manual distinguish the activities within this edition are all designed for differences among each of the book editions new and students to complete within the typical 50-minute revised applications. This useful Manual details how classroom period. Students are able to work at a to most effectively implement more cases, exercises, comfortable pace and submit their best work, without incidents, and skill builders into your HR course. feeling rushed. 40 www.cengageasia.com

43 CONCISE COVERAGE OF INTRODUCTORY HRM TOPICS MAKES BOOK A COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCE. This 7th Edition reinforces the principles in most introductory HRM texts with an overview of basic topics that make it a valuable, ongoing resource for undergraduate or graduate courses that emphasize hands-on activities and practice. DIVERSITY OF ORGANIZATIONS HIGHLIGHTED PROVIDES WEALTH OF SAMPLE APPLICATIONS. This edition exposes your students to a wide breadth of examples from a diversity of organizations, including SELECTION IN HUMAN RESOURCE those in todays growing service sector. Students gain MANAGEMENT, INTERNATIONAL experience in a variety of typical situations. EDITION, 7E CONTENTS Murray Barrick, Texas A&M; Hubert S. Feild, Auburn University; Robert Gatewood, University of Georgia PART I: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN PERSPECTIVE: ENVIRONMENT AND LEGAL ISSUES. Introduce future and current practitioners to the 1. The HRM Function/Environment. 2. Diversity Issues. technical challenges, most recent research and 3. The Legal and Regulatory Environment. PART II: todays most popular selection tools with Barrick/ MEETING HUMAN RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS: JOB Feild/Gatewoods SELECTION IN HUMAN RESOURCE ANALYSIS/DESIGN, PLANNING, RECRUITMENT, AND MANAGEMENT, 7E, International Edition. This books SELECTION. 4. Job Analysis/Planning/Outsourcing/ advanced coverage details the development and Mergers/Layoffs. 5. Recruiting and Selection. PART implementation of effective selection programs within III: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVENESS IN HUMAN todays organizations. A streamlined, yet thorough, RESOURCES: TRAINING, CAREER DEVELOPMENT, AND approach and numerous current examples focus PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL. 6. Orientation/Training/ on todays most important legal, global and ethical Career Development. 7. Performance Appraisal. PART concerns; psychometric measurement concepts; job IV: IMPLEMENTING COMPENSATION AND SECURITY: analysis; predictors of job performance; and criteria COMPENSATION, INCENTIVES, BENEFITS, AND measures. A new chapter on HR recruitment and new SAFETY AND HEALTH. 8. Compensation. 9. Benefits. coverage of staffing versus selection, external versus 10. Safety Issues. PART V: ENHANCING EMPLOYEE internal job candidates, and self-presentation beyond RELATIONS: DISCIPLINE, MOTIVATION, AND LABOR the structured interview equips readers for success in RELATIONS. 11. Discipline. 12. Motivation 13. Labor HR selection today. Relations. PART VI: INTERNATIONAL HR AND TERM NEW TO THIS EDITION PROJECT. 14. International HR. 15. Term Project. NEW HR RECRUITMENT CHAPTER (CH.7) AND 2011, 320pp, Paperback, 9781111058883 NEW CHAPTER ON APPLICATION FORMS (CH.9) STREAMLINE CONTENT TO FOCUS ON KEY CONCEPTS: This editions new Chapter 7 focuses on HR recruitment and combines previous Chs. 7 and 8, as well as Appendix 7a, to highlight the special qualifications and personal attributes candidates need for a job. A new Chapter 9 covering Application Forms combines key concepts found in two chapters (Chs. 9 and 10) from the previous edition. NEW COVERAGE COMPARES THE SELECTION OF EXTERNAL VERSUS INTERNAL JOB CANDIDATES FOR POSITIONS: Based on feedback from instructors www.cengageasia.com 41

44 like you, new coverage in Chapter 1 contrasts the beyond the structured interview to the importance of advantages, disadvantages, challenges and risks self-presentation, such as impression management, involved in selecting a job candidate from outside of initial impressions, verbal and nonverbal behavior, the organization compared to promoting an existing and professional demeanor. Readers examine how job employee from within the organization. candidates use these factors effectively to influence T H E L AT E S T R E S E A R C H A N D U P DAT E S interview outcomes. The chapter also highlights the DEMONSTRATE HOW TO MOST EFFECTIVELY USE impact of social dynamics within the interview. THE MOST POPULAR SELECTION INSTRUMENTS: ENHANCED COVERAGE OF PERSONALITY AND Coverage throughout this editions Part 5 (Chs. 9-14) PREDICTIVE VALIDITY BETTER PREPARES FUTURE summarizes todays most recent research and updates AND CURRENT PRACTITIONERS: New coverage in the books explanations of how to most effectively use Ch. 12 helps your students gain a better understanding selection instruments, including application forms, of personality and predictive validity as well as the role ability and personality testing, interviews, drug testing of observer ratings, recommendations, and criteria and more. for use across jobs. READERS LEARN TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN FEATURES SELECTION AND STAFFING AND THE IMPORTANCE OF BOTH IN EQUIPPING AN ORGANIZATION BALANCED, COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH CLEARLY FOR SUCCESS: Chapter 1 highlights the differences PRESENTS TOPICS OF SELECTION: Both students between selection and staffing and focuses on the and todays practitioners find a thorough coverage knowledge future managers need to effectively staff of selection that prepares them for success with this an organization. Readers learn the importance of editions clear, complete presentation. selection in staffing. Students see how both selection ADDITIONAL EMPHASIS ON CHALLENGES and staffing require an understanding of specific job OF SELECTION IN SMALLER ORGANIZATIONS tasks; identifying worker knowledge, abilities, and PREPARES READERS FOR BUSINESS TODAY: Todays skills (KSAs); and choosing appropriate selection trends show large organizations are reducing their instruments. number of employees, while smaller organizations are NEW COMPARISON OF RESEARCH FINDINGS increasing in size. To meet the unique needs of these HIGHLIGHTS SELECTION AND EXAMINES THE organizations, this edition offers increased coverage IMPLICATIONS OF RECENT SUPREME COURT of topics specifically applicable to the challenges of DECISIONS: Chapter 1 now describes the comparison selection in smaller organizations. of research findings in selection and the practice CONTENTS of selection. In Chapter 2, students have new PART I: INTRODUCTION TO SELECTION. 1. Overview opportunities to discuss and examine some of of Selection. 2. The Legal Environment of Selection. todays most recent Supreme Court decisions and PART II: MEASUREMENT. 3. Measurement & Theory in their implications on practices, such as Frank Ricci, Selection. 4. Measurement & Reliability in Selection. 5. et al. vs. John Destefano, et al. and Jack Gross vs. FBL Measurement & Validity in Selection. 6. Measurement Financial Services. & Strategic Decision Making. PART III: JOB ANALYSIS. NEW MATERIAL THOROUGHLY EXPLORES 7. Identification of Knowledge, Skills & Abilities. Part INTERNET TESTING AND PROCTORED AS WELL AS IV: RECRUITMENT. 8. Attracting Applicants. PART UNPROCTORED TESTING: New material within Ch. 11 V: INDICATORS OF JOB PERFORMANCE. 9. The discusses the Internet testing of mental ability as well Application Process. 10. The Interview Process. 11. as proctored versus unproctored testing. In addition, The Process of Ability Assessment. 12. The Process of Personality Assessment. 13. Testing Centers and new discussion in Ch. 13 examines recent findings Assessment of Performance. 14. Testing for Integrity about Situational Judgment Tests. and Drugs. PART VI: MEASURE. 15. Job Performance NEW DISCUSSIONS EXAMINE SELF-PRESENTATION Measures. AND SOCIAL DYNAMICS BEYOND THE STRUCTURED INTERVIEW: New coverage in Ch. 10 helps students look 2011, 688pp, Paperback, 9780538475549 42 www.cengageasia.com

45 by starting from the most micro to the most macro issues facing HR managers. Case studies from Asia include those from Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan. These help students think thoroughly on new issues that may crop up from time to time. Written in the practitioners language with academic jargon reduced to a minimum. CONTENTS Section 1. Nature of Human Resource Management. 1. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Nature of Human Resource Management. 2. Strategic AN ASIA EDITION HR Management and Planning. 3. Organization/ Ghee Soon Lim , National University of Singapore; Robert L. Mathis, Individual Relations and Retention. Section 2. Staffing University of Nebraska at Omaha; Dr. John H. Jackson , University of Wyoming the Organization. 4. Legal Framework of HRM. 5. Managing Equal Employment and Diversity. 6. Jobs This is the Asian adaptation of Mathis and Jacksons and Job Analysis. 7. Recruiting in Labor Markets. 8. textbook, Human Resource Management, 12th Edition. Selecting Human Resources. Section 3. Developing Human Resources. 9. Training Human Resources. 10. This Asia edition highlights universally usable human Talent Management and Development. 11. Performance resource management (HRM) theories and practices Management and Appraisal. Section 4. Compensating sourced from leading research and reports that may Human Resources. 12. Total Rewards and Compensation. be applicable to HRM in Asia. In order to illustrate the 13. Variable Pay and Executive Compensation. 14. viability of systematically studying and disseminating Managing Employee Benefits. Section 5. Managing universally useful HRM knowledge to help raise the Employee Relations. 15. Risk Management and Worker standards of HRM in a specific country, Singapore is Protection. 16. Employee Rights and Responsibilities. used as a seminal case. It also highlights the different 17. Union/Management Relations. country practices in Asia and across the world. Case 2010, 618pp, 9789814272681 studies in countries such as Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan are also included in this Asia edition to facilitate student discussions. International Business FEATURES Critical and comprehensive discussion of universally applicable human resource management theories and concepts such as psychological contract, diversity management, management of deviant behavior, loyalty and commitment, realistic job preview, adult learning principles, employee and workplace risk management, among others. Includes penetrating analysis of the latest trends from the dynamic HRM profession and current industry research in key areas such as strategic HRM, human capital and talent management, HRM Global Business with CB metrics, outplacement management, HR audit, CourseSmart ebook, 3e HR competencies, succession planning, rights of Mike Peng, University of Texas at Dallas management and employees, and others. Starts with final outcomes which should be pursued Introduce your students to success in global business by managers/employees and then delves into details today with a strategic approach to international www.cengageasia.com 43

46 business topics and unique coverage not found in other around the globe. Throughout the book and within texts. Global Business with CB CourseSmart the Instructors Manual, instructors will find new ebook, 3E, by renowned international instructor information on how to integrate this useful resource and author Mike Peng, is the first global business into the course content. book that asks the big question, What determines Extra Focus on Culture: Ethics and ethical issues have the success and failure of firms around the globe? always been addressed throughout the book, but now Peng answers from both an institutional-based view theres an extra focus on culture, too. Culture-based and resource-based view throughout every chapter, questions have been added to the end-of-chapter bringing an unparalleled continuity to the learning review and discussion questions to help students process. The book combines an inviting, conversational develop international cultural literacy. style with the latest scholarly research and examples New Cases: Fully updated extended, integrative cases throughout every chapter that reflects the recent global examine the global expansion of todays successful developments. This editions comprehensive set of firms. To keep this edition totally current, the majority cases from Mike Peng and other respected international of the 15 integrative cases are new. These focus on experts examines how companies throughout the world such topics as Coca-Cola in Africa, Microsoft in have expanded globally. All-new video cases, world China, the Korea-EU free trade agreement, the TNK- maps that connect geography and culture to business BP joint venture in Russia, Jobek do Brasils foreign decisions, and unique global debate sections that draw exchange challenge, and SinoIrons investment in students into cutting-edge discussions help you teach Australia. students to think independently and view business New Videos: An entirely new set of current BBC challenges from a truly global perspective. videos are now available with this edition, providing NEW TO THIS EDITION up-to-the-minute real-world examples of course concepts. The videos address such topics as mining New Focus on Emerging Markets: Mike Peng brings in Australia, the European Central Bank and the a new focus on emerging markets to this edition, European economic crisis, changes in Latin Americas encompassing both the emerging economies Mercosur, Thailands economy, U.S.-China trade that major multinationals are finding increasingly disputes over tires, Cuban cigars, Dubais economy, attractive and the up-and-coming multinational and many more. A complete Video Guide is available firms headquartered in those emerging economies. to assist instructors in integrating this resource into GLOBAL BUSINESS, 3E, includes special Emerging classroom presentations. Market sidebars on such companies as Burger King in Brazil, KFC in China, and Pearl River Pianos FEATURES multinational expansion, as well as exploring such PengAtlas: The PengAtlas sections at the end of topics as the Vietnamese economy, Chinese exporters, each part in the text highlight world geography and currency exchange in Latin America. that corresponds with the text concepts. Four to six maps in each atlas address wide-ranging topics Updated Examples: Nearly all of the real-world such as emerging economies, imports/exports, CO2 examples found in every chapters Opening Cases, emissions, and the flow of FDI. End-of-chapter review Closing Cases, and In Focus features are new. questions correspond with the maps and further The book covers everything from well-known names emphasize the impact of geography on business like Chiquita, Kodak, and Honda to less-familiar decisions. but emerging powerhouses like Zara, Mahindra & Global Action Exercises: These end-of-chapter Mahindra, ALSTOM, and many more. Internet exercises strengthen students critical- thinking and research skills while providing up-to- Updated PengAtlas: The PengAtlas has been fully the-minute examples and current events with links updated and expanded to include several new using GlobalEDGE--the most current global business maps, particularly on culture-related topics such as information website maintained by Michigan State international legal systems and educational levels University. 44 www.cengageasia.com

47 Entrepreneurial Firm Chapter: Chapter 9s focus on smoothly and clearly from concept to application, entrepreneurship provides an excellent balance to the asking students to implement their learning into books heavy emphasis on major multinational firms real-world personal and professional applications. by exploring global business from a small-business The specialized author team introduces globalization perspective. through unparalleled scholarship and a world-view Unique Strategic Perspective: Pengs unique strategic presentation of the fundamental pillars of the global perspective gives students a better understanding landscape culture, ethics, economic, and information of why firms succeed in highly competitive global technology. The purpose of this book is to introduce environments. This edition continues its unique students to these principles in an engaging, current, coverage, asking the big question, What determines and relevant way in the hope that they may develop the success and failure of firms around the globe? the knowledge for successful careers in a globalized The book highlights the managerial implications of global business with integrated coverage from an business landscape. institution-based view (IBV) and resource-based view FEATURES (RBV) not offered in other texts. Cultural Perspectives: Each chapter opens with a 2014, 672pp, Paperback, 9789814591560 cultural perspective vignette highlighting a different global culture and how that culture affects the global Other Available CTE Bundle Options: business landscape. Global Business with CourseMate, 3e. 9789814591607 Learning Objectives: Marginal Learning Objectives Global Business with MindTap, 3e. 9789814591621 emphasize key points for student comprehension. Reality Checks: Tied to Learning Objectives, the Global Business with CengageNOW, 3e. 9789814591584 Reality Checks project academic concepts into a real-world context by asking students to consider the implications and benefits that specific global business fundamentals have had in their lives, in their larger community, or in the global business climate as a whole. As a marginal benefit, the Reality Checks also denote the completion of a learning objective section creating clear concise learning modules within each chapter. Economic Perspectives: With the valuable interconnectedness of the global economy, the economic perspectives boxed feature delves deeper into the critical understanding of economic issues INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL BUSINESS facing tomorrows business leaders. Understanding the International Environment & Global Business Functions, Ethical Perspectives: As seen in recent years and as we International Edition broaden our global scope in business, ethical decision Julian E. Gaspar, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University; Antonio making can help create sustainable business practices Arreola-Risa, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University; Leonard across the globe. Because ethics varies from country Bierman, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University; Richard T. to country, the ethical perspectives boxed feature Hise, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University helps students get a handle on the diverse business The global business environment is rapidly changing environment they are about to embark on. because of shifts in geopolitical alliances, active roles Mini-cases: Mini-cases highlight specific companies of global institutions, and advances in information to help bring the chapter concepts alive. technology. Gaspar et al. INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL Point-CounterPoint: Honing in on the necessary BUSINESS, 1E, International Edition introduces the critical thinking skills to make intelligent and ethical comprehensive foundational and functional tools to business decisions, the point-counterpoint provides better prepare students for a global business landscape. insight into the varying perspectives of a controversial As part of the functional approach, the text flows business issue and asks students to make a choice and www.cengageasia.com 45

48 support their decision. Interpreting Global Business News: Understanding the world around you is a critical element to success in global business. This feature guides student through the (sometimes complicated) nuances of what is happening in global business news. Portfolio Projects: Explore Your Own Case in Point and Develop an International Strategy for Your Own Small Business projects allow students an opportunity to research and discover more about a global organization. Through guided answers as the GLOBAL (WITH PRINTED ACCESS CARD), end of each chapter, students will essentially develop 2E their own case surrounding one institution. This Mike Peng, University of Texas at Dallas comprehensive project is meant to be developed over the course of the semester. Created through a student-tested, faculty-approved Develop an International Strategy for Your Own review process, GLOBAL, 2E is an engaging and Small Business: Focusing on an entrepreneurial spirit, accessible solution to accommodate the diverse this feature guides students through developing a lifestyles of todays learners at a value-based price. strategic business plan to compete globally. By the *GLOBAL, 2E* by renowned international instructor, end of the semester, they should have something author, and consultant Mike Peng is the first global concrete to take out into the business world. business book that asks the big question, What CONTENTS determines the success and failure of firms around the globe? Author Mike Peng answers from both Part I: Foundations of Global Business. 1. The Rise of an institutional-based view and resource-based view Globalization. 2. The Evolution of International Business. throughout every chapter, bringing an unparalleled 3. Regional Economic Integration. 4. The International continuity to the learning process. The book combines Flow of Funds and Exchange Rates. Part II: Global an inviting, conversational style with the latest scholarly Business Environment. 5. The Cultural Environment of research and examples throughout every chapter that Global Business. 6. The Legal, Economic and Political reflects the recent global developments, including Environment of Global Business. 7. Corruption and Ethics the impact on global business made by Japans recent in Global Business. Part III: Global Business Strategy and triple disaster and the escalating violence in Libya. Organization. 8. Entry Strategies in Global Business. This editions comprehensive set of cases from Mike 9. Control of Global Business. 10. The Organization of Peng and other respected international experts Global Business. Part IV: Managing Global Business. examines how companies throughout the world, 11. Global Human Resource Management. 12. Global including South Africas SABMiller, Chinas Pearl River, Marketing. 13. Global Operations and Supply-Chain and Indias Tata Motors, have expanded globally. All- Management. 14. Global Financial Management. 15. new video cases, world maps that connect geography to Global Accounting and Taxation. business decisions, and unique global debate sections that draw students into cutting-edge discussions help 2014, 432pp, Paperback, 9781111824259 you teach students to think independently and view business challenges from a truly global perspective. NEW TO THIS EDITION NEW PENG ATLAS MAPS EMPHASIZE THE GEOGRAPHICAL DIMENSION OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS. These unique maps in the text highlight European and world geography that corresponds with the text concepts and address wide-ranging topics 46 www.cengageasia.com

49 such as emerging economies, imports/exports, CO2 All of the content and resources you expect with emissions, and the flow of FDI. The Chapter in Review a supplements package that is second to none cards at the back of the book have review questions including the Instructors Resource DVD, comprising that correspond with the maps and further emphasize an instructors manual, ExamView(r) computerized the impact of geography on business decisions. test bank, PowerPoint(r) slides, and as well as all new NEW CASES EXAMINE THE GLOBAL EXPANSION OF videos, and a CourseMate web site with interactive TODAYS SUCCESSFUL FIRMS. Several new opening study tools, including Powerpoint slides, flash cards cases, closing cases, and In Focus cases feature and quizzes, learning games, and learning objectives familiar brands or firms, including Avon, Barbie/ for quick review; and more. Mattel, Amazon, Kikkoman, Opel, Danone, and Tata CONTENTS Motors. ENTIRELY NEW SET OF VIDEO CASES PROVIDES PART I: LAYING FOUNDATIONS. 1. Globalizing Business. YOUR STUDENTS WITH A CURRENT GLOBAL 2. Understanding Politics, Laws, & Economics. 3. PERSPECTIVE. Insightful interviews with an array of Emphasizing Cultures, Ethics, & Norms. 4. Leveraging noted international business leaders provide a true Resources & Capabilities. PART II: ACQUIRING TOOLS. global perspective that draws students into the action. 5. Trading Internationally. 6. Investing Abroad Directly. 7. These engaging videos provide insights from leaders Dealing with Foreign Exchange. 8. Capitalizing on Global such as E. Neville Isdell of Coca-Cola, Sir David Bell & Regional Integration. PART III: MANAGING AROUND of Pearson, and Lord Kalms of Dixons Group, as well THE WORLD. 9. Growing & Internationalizing the as management academics, including Philip Kotler of Entrepreneurial Firm. 10. Entering Foreign Markets. 11. Northwestern University and Andrew Kakabadse of Making Alliances & Acquisitions Work. 12. Strategizing, Cranfield University. Structuring, & Learning Around the World. 13. Managing Human Resources Globally. 14. Managing Corporate FEATURES Social Responsibility Globally. An innovative combination of content delivery both 2013, 240pp, Paperback, 9781111821753 in print and online provides a core text and a wealth of comprehensive multimedia teaching and learning assets based on input from student focus groups and surveys. Shorter, comprehensive chapters in a modern design present content in a more engaging and accessible format without minimizing coverage for your course. Chapter In Review Cards at the back of the Student Editions provide students a portable study tool containing all of the pertinent information for class preparation. Instructor Prep Cards at the back of the Instructors Edition make preparation simple with detachable INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS cards for each chapter, offering a quick map of chapter Mike Peng, University of Texas at Dallas; Klaus Meyer, School of content, a list of corresponding PowerPoint and Management, University of Bath video resources, additional examples, and suggested assignments and discussion questions to help you Mike Peng and Klaus Meyer have direct, first-hand, organize chapter content efficiently. experience of researching and teaching in Europe, Asia A full suite of unique learning tools that appeal to and North America. This combined experience makes different learning styles is available to students them uniquely qualified to write this textbook, which with the purchase of a new book. Quizzes, audio offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction downloads, video podcasts, and more are only a click to international business that starts from Europe away. but ultimately encompasses the globe. The texts www.cengageasia.com 47

50 comprehensive coverage is accessibly arranged around MNEs 16 International Human Resource Management 17 one central question and two core perspectives. The International Marketing and Supply Chain Management central question is what determines the success and PART VI: INTEGRATIVE CASES failure of firms around the globe? Institutional and 2011, 672pp, Paperback, 9781408019566 resource-based perspectives are utilised to answer this question. Throughout the text the very latest scholarly research is used to facilitate successful learning of the key concepts, in order to engage students with the International Management historical context and recent global developments. International Business has been shortlisted for the 2011/12 CMI Management Book of the Year award in the ebook category. More information about the CMI and the competition can be found here http://yearbook. managers.org.uk/index5.htm. FEATURES Over 100 cutting-edge case studies and In-focus boxes illustrate key concepts with real real-life European and worldwide examples. The cases studies reference over 30 countries on four continents GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, End of chapter features, including Debates and INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 3E Extensions, Implications for Practice and discussion Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas questions, encourage critical engagement with topics. GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 3E, International A strong pedagogical framework, including learning Edition is the first textbook of its kind specifically written objectives, margin notes and glossary terms, provides for the Capstone Management course for International maximum support to the learning process. Business programs and Strategic Management courses Online support for lecturers and students include: with a global emphasis. Whereas the few other Instructors Manual, ExamView Test Bank, PowerPoint available international strategy texts focus on how to Slides, Revision Quizzes and Glossary are available at: manage larger multinational enterprises, Mike Pengs www.cengage.co.uk/pengmeyer GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 3E, International New CengageNOW course management system Edition offers several new perspectives. These accompanies the text, providing students and include a broadened definition of global strategy, lecturers with a powerful online learning program comprehensive and innovative coverage, in-depth and consistent explanations of cutting-edge research, and CONTENTS an interesting and accessible way to engage students. The text uses the strategy tripod--analyzing strategy PART I: FOUNDATIONS 1 Globalizing Business 2 Formal from the industry-, institution-, and resource-based Institutions: Economic, Political and Legal Systems 3 views--to answer the question: What determines the Informal Institutions: Culture, Religion and Languages 4 success or failure of firms around the globe? Firms Resources: Competitiveness and Growth PART II: BUSINESS ACROSS BORDERS 5 Trading Internationally NEW TO THIS EDITION 6 Investing Abroad Directly 7 Exchange Rates PART Increased Focus on Emerging Markets: GLOBAL III: GLOBALIZATION 8 European Integration 9 Global STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 3E, International Integration and multilateral organizations 10 Global Edition has a newly intensified focus on emerging Social Responsibility PART IV: THE FIRM ON THE markets, both the countries that are considered to GLOBAL STAGE 11 Starting International Business 12 be emerging markets for multinational firms and Foreign Entry Strategies 13 Competitive Dynamics the often newer, younger firms that are arising and 14 Building Global Strategies PART V: OPERATIONS expanding from those emerging economies. Examples IN THE GLOBAL MNE 15 Structuring and Organizing feature such companies as GE, De Beers diamonds, 48 www.cengageasia.com

51 Citroen automobiles, Foxconn communications, and Interesting and Accessible: The authors writing the Dubai airport. style is engaging, somewhat casual, with a multitude New Integrative Cases: Of the 16 Integrative Cases of interesting examples and thought-provoking at the back of the book, 15 are new to this edition. questions. This editions set of cases focus on global businesses Real-World Examples: The Strategy in Action headquartered all over the world and highlight sidebars, as well as the opening and closing cases, emerging markets in particular. The cases include such provide up-to-the-minute, real-world examples of the familiar names as Texas Instruments, Bank of America, material presented in the book. and Disney, and perhaps less familiar emerging Cases: The Integrative Cases at the end of the book multinationals such as TeliaSonera, Wikimart, Jobek vary in length but always allow students to dig into do Brasil, Ryanair, Baosteel, and more. the background details of a variety of companies New Chapter Cases: At least half of the opening and and industries so that students can understand the closing cases in every chapter are new. This expansive, strategies used. real-world coverage features such organizations as CONTENTS Apple, Samsung, Hewlett-Packard, Pearl River Pianos, and HTC, and addresses such topics as patent disputes Part 1: FOUNDATION OF GLOBAL STRATEGY. 1. and retailing in India. Strategizing Around the Globe. 2. Managing Industry Competition. 3. Leveraging Resources and Capabilities. Current Examples: As always, the Strategy in Action 4. Emphasizing Institutions, Cultures, and Ethics. Part boxes provide additional glimpses into strategies used 2: BUSINESS-LEVEL STRATEGIES. 5. Growing and by real multinational firms. New topics covered in Internationalizing the Entrepreneurial Firm. 6. Entering these boxed features include the cruise industry, the Foreign Markets. 7. Making Strategic Alliances and oil industry, private military companies, and website Networks Work. 8. Managing Global Competitive moderators. Dynamics. Part 3: CORPORATE-LEVEL STRATEGIES. New Videos: A new selection of BBC videos is 9. Diversifying, Acquiring, and Restructuring. 10. included with GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, Strategizing, Structuring, and Learning Around the 3E, International Edition. The videos relate directly to World. 11. Governing the Corporation Around the World. chapter concepts and bring the latest global business 12. Strategizing With Corporate Social Responsibility. challenges from all over the world into your course. Integrative Cases. These short and powerful videos featuring companies 2014, 560pp, Paperback, 9781133953265 in China, India, Brazil, and many more again provide real-world examples of chapter concepts applied in the global business environment. New EOC Feature, Topics for Expanded Projects: Because instructors are always looking for fresh and exciting ways to assess their students learning, we have added a new feature to the end-of-chapter materials: Topics for Expanded Projects. At the end of every chapter, instructors will find three or four interesting ideas for activities, experiential exercises, and research and writing assignments that can be assigned to individuals or small groups. FEATURES INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, INTERNATIONAL EDITION Strategy Tripod: The text uses the strategy tripod-- David Ahlstrom, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Garry D. analyzing strategy from the industry-, institution-, and Bruton, Texas Christian University resource-based views--to answer the question: What determines the success or failure of firms around Unlike other international management texts that the globe? tend to be U.S.-centric, Ahlstrom and Brutons www.cengageasia.com 49

52 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, International Edition presents core theories and models from a global perspective. Students are presented with the fundamental theories of international management so they will be prepared to make decisions in any business situation. These theoretical issues are supplemented and reinforced with an array of real-world, concrete models of the many educational, sociological, legal- political, and cultural constraints they will undoubtedly face during a career in international business. Because of its global nature, INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT, International Edition is a good choice for business INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 6E students around the world. John B. Cullen, Washington State University; K. Praveen Parboteeah, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater FEATURES Opening Vignettes and additional small vignettes MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC in every chapter provide students with brief case APPROACH, 6e, International Edition remains the examples of topics and issues related to international first international management text to offer students management. a thorough review and analysis of the latest research Culture boxes in each chapter help students on international management by using a strategic understand cultural differences around the world perspective. Authors John B. Cullen and K. Praveen and how they affect or may affect doing business. Parboteeah use strategy as a unifying theme to explore Ethics boxes bring ethical issues to light and the global economy and the impact of managerial encourage students to examine them. decisions, teaching students to approach international management with a strategic mindset. The text CONTENTS examines comparative management issues, revealing 1. Introduction. 2. Culture. 3. Economic/Legal/ the strengths and weaknesses of competitors and Political Environment. 4. Strategy Fundamentals how to adapt organizational practices. It also covers and Corporate Strategy. 5. Business and Functional the key topics of formation and implementation of Strategy. 6. International Market Entry. 7. Structure of strategies in the global environment, the building the International Firm. 8. Motivation. 9. Leadership. of strategic alliances, negotiation and cross-cultural 10. Human Resource Management. 11. Evaluation and communication, international human resource Control. 12. Decision Making. 13. Future of International management, and business ethics. In addition, Management. Glossary. Endnotes. MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC APPROACH, 6e, International Edition discusses how 2010, 528pp, Paperback, 9780324597912 cultural differences affect strategies and operations, giving students an appreciation for how social institutionssuch as the economic system, the political system, the education system, and religionplay an important role in any multinational operation. With a distinctive strategic approach, up-to-the-minute coverage, real-world examples, and innovative resources, MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC APPROACH, 6e, International Edition helps students develop the essential skills required to formulate and implement successful strategies in the competitive global environment. 50 www.cengageasia.com

53 NEW TO THIS EDITION The authors of MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT: The sixth edition of MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC APPROACH, 6e, International Edition A STRATEGIC APPROACH, 6e, International Edition provide end-of-chapter cases, integrative end-of-part features new and updated cases. cases, and a variety of boxed features to give students This edition has been updated with the latest research, the opportunity to develop critical-thinking and examples, and statistics available in multinational problem-solving skills. management, providing the most accurate and up- MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC to-date information possible. APPROACH, 6e, International Edition features a Updated figures and tables with data from GLOBE: multitude of innovative resources for students, The Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior including the Electronic Study Tools Web site, dynamic Effectiveness Research Program, the World Values practice quizzes, electronic flash cards, a PowerPoint Survey, the International Social Survey Program, the presentation, key terms, and more. World Banks World Trade Report, the United Nations CONTENTS Conference on Trade and Development, and the United Nations World Investment Report. Preface. About the Authors. PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT. 1. Multinational FEATURES Management in a Changing World. 2. Culture and Authors John B. Cullen and K. Praveen Parboteeah Multinational Management. 3. The Institutional Context provide instructors with their effective research on of Multinational Management. 4. Managing Ethical the social institutions of work values and international and Social Responsibility Challenges in Multinational recruiting. Companies. PART II: STRATEGY CONTENT AND MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC FORMULATION FOR MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES. APPROACH, 6e, International Edition features topics 5. Strategic Management in the Multinational Company: related to the global economic crisis, including the Content and Formulation. 6. Multinational and world banking crisis and the US economic bailout, Participation Strategies: Content and Formulation. 7. and also provides enhanced coverage on transnational Small Businesses and International Entrepreneurship: strategy concepts, Porters five forces, copyright Overcoming Barriers and Finding Opportunities. infringement, FDI, sustainability, social responsibility, PART III: MANAGEMENT PROCESSES IN STRATEGY and regional and global integration. I M P L E M E N TAT I O N : D E S I G N C H O I C E S F O R MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES. 8. Organizational APPROACH, 6e, International Edition remains the first Designs for Multinational Companies. 9. International international management text that uses a strategic Strategic Alliances: Design and Management. 10. perspective as a unifying theme to explore the global Multinational E-Commerce: Strategies and Structures. economy and the impact of managerial decisions. PART IV: STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION FOR MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES: HUMAN RESOURCE APPROACH, 6e, International Edition emphasizes the MANAGEMENT. 11. International Human Resource multinational activities of small business, focusing an Management. 12. HRM in the Local Context: Knowing entire chapter on the specific problems and prospects When and How to Adapt. PART V: STRATEGY for entrepreneurs and small businesses looking to IMPLEMENTATION FOR MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES: become multinational competitors. INTERACTION PROCESSES. 13. International T h e u p d ate d e d i t i o n of MU LT I N AT I O N A L Negotiation and Cross-Cultural Communication. 14. MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC APPROACH, Motivation in Multinational Companies. 15. Leadership 6e, International Edition discusses how cultural and Management Behavior in Multinational Companies. differences affect strategies and operations, giving Glossary. Name Index. Subject Index. Company Index. students an appreciation of how social institutions 2014, 768pp, Paperback, 9781285096223 such as the economic system, the polity, the education system, and religionplay an important role in any multinational operation. www.cengageasia.com 51

54 corporations; and HQ Subsidiary relationships/ parenting. Includes mini-cases as succinct illustrations of theory in practice, with one or two questions to address the so what? factor. Also contains one long case per chapter that is a very close fit for the issues in each chapter; again, these cases will be accompanied by closing questions that help the students assess their understanding of the key issues. UNDERSTANDING GLOBAL STRATEGY Excellent pedagogical devices include Learning Susan Segal-Horn, Open University Business School; David Faulkner, Objectives, Glossary Terms, Discussion Questions/ Royal Holloway College, University of London Assignments, Bulleted Summaries, Annotated Further Readings, and Weblinks to broaden and expand the Understanding Global Strategy is the eagerly teaching and learning experience. anticipated new textbook from Susan Segal-Horn and Companion websites include: PPTs, case analysis, David Faulkner for international strategy courses at short tutor notes for teaching each chapter, additional all levels. Exploring strategic decision-making on a questions, and for students: internet exercises, global scale from multinational corporations through weblinks and additional questions. to small enterprises, Segal-Horn and Faulkner cover globalization, networking, culture barriers and CONTENTS benefits, ethics and emerging economies to provide 1 Introductory themes PART 1 THE EXTERNAL WORLD the complete introduction for todays global strategy 2 The nature of world trade 3 Globalization, anti- courses. Key learning features include: Premium Case globalization and regionalization 4 Emerging economies Studies a selection of in-depth international case 5 The information industries 6 Small is valuable: studies from premium case study authors provide BOPs and SMEs PART 2 THE CONTEMPORARY practical illustrations of key issues in real-life situations ORGANIZATION OF MNCs 7 Traditional MNC structure Strategies in Action a wealth of shorter case studies to frameworks 8 How to organize MNCs: what matters now reinforce principles outlined in each chapter Discussion 9 Strategic networks and the virtual corporation 10 Co- Questions are provided at the end of each chapter to operative strategies 11 Global mergers and acquisitions test knowledge and understanding, and provide a basis PART 3 THE MODERN WORLD 12 Cross-border culture: for group discussions and activities This textbook is barriers and benefits 13 Learning within MNCs 14 Global essential reading for all international or global strategy strategy in services 15 The ethical MNC 16 Reflections: modules on advance undergraduate or postgraduate final thoughts PART 4 CASE STUDIES (particularly MBA) programmes, in addition to broader strategic management and professional courses. 2010, 504pp, Paperback, 9781844801497 FEATURES Written by key names in the field, both authors are very well-known researchers, experienced writers, and active teachers. Strong focus on strategic management combined with the inclusion of the necessary international economic concepts. Crucial contemporary chapters on: emerging markets including SMEs; global mergers and acquisitions; the new economy, technology, externalities/the Internet; corporate social responsibility; networks and virtual 52 www.cengageasia.com

55 case studies, applications, and examples, but is still a concise and manageable 10 chapters. The text examines a wide range of cultures: Asian, African, Eastern and Western European, North and South American, and Middle Eastern. The United States is frequently used as a reference point and as a point of comparison since most of todays management literature is U.S.-based. CONTENTS P a r t O n e : T H E I M PAC T O F C U LT U R E O N INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF ORGANIZATIONS. 1. Culture and Management. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 2. How Cultural Differences Affect Organizations. INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 5E 3. Communicating Across Cultures. Part Two: Nancy J. Adler, McGill University; Allison Gundersen, Case Western LEVERAGING CULTURAL DIVERSITY. 4. Creating Reserve University Cultural Synergy. 5. Managing Multicultural Teams. 6. Leading Globally. 7. Motivating People from Around the The world of organizations is no longer defined by World: Inspiring People to Contribute. 8. Multinational national boundaries. INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS Decision Making. 9. Negotiating Globally. Part Three: OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR breaks down the MANAGING GLOBAL MANAGERS. 10. Managing Cross- conceptual, theoretical, and practical boundaries Cultural Transitions: Moving Abroad and Coming Home. limiting our ability to understand and work with people 11. A Portable Life: The Expatriate Spouse. 12. Global in countries and cultures around the world. Adlers Careers: Succeeding in the 21st Century. Epilogue. Film hallmark approach views global complexity as neither Notes. Index. unpredictable nor random; rather, she demonstrates 2008, 398pp, Paperback, 9780324360752 that variations across cultures and their impacts on organizations follow systematic, predictable patterns. The authors blend of substance and readability-- including a wealth of research and examples from Labor Relations around the world--results in a text that is authoritative and richly detailed. NEW TO THIS EDITION This Fifth Edition features expanded and updated discussions of the impact of the Internet and new technologies on cross-cultural management. The authors include new research and examples from around the world. This edition includes a Film Index with descriptions of and information about how to get the films. With the Fifth Edition the authors highlight places where videos may be used appropriately for further learning. Nancy THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS Adler has participated in several highly regarded video A Partnership Approach to Creating Strategic programs that enhance the study of work beyond Competitive Advantage national boundaries. Ghee Soon Lim , National University of Singapore; William H. Holley , Auburn University; Kenneth M. Jennings, University of Illinois; Roger S. FEATURES Wolters, Auburn University I N T E R N A T I O N A L D I M E N S I O N S O F Labor relations management includes managing both ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR includes numerous unionized and non-unionized employees. It plays www.cengageasia.com 53

56 a critical role in determining not only a companys 8. Administrative Issues. 9. Resolving Negotiation competitiveness but also that of an industry, a city, and (Interest) Disputes and the Use of Economic Pressure. a country. However, as psychological, legal, historical, Part 3 Administering the Labor Agreement 10. political, economic, ecological, and other factors Contract Administration. 11. Labor and Employment shape the nature of the relationship between labor Arbitration. 12. Employee Discipline. Part 4 Applying and management, it is extremely difficult for leaders the Labor Relations Process to Different Labor Relations of a company, industry, city, and country to get the Systems 13. Labor Relations in the Public Sector. management approach right and to see the results 14. Labor Relations in Multinational Corporations and immediately. This contextualized textbook adds value in Other Countries. this regard by piecing together a model of progressive 2012, 518pp, Paperback, 9789814319089 and creative labor movement based on the experiences of Singapore. The transformation that has taken place in Singapores industrial relations system in the past decades, and the remarkable improvement in global competitiveness of the Singapore economy provide valuable lessons that one can learn from the Singapore model. As we learn more from various approaches to managing the tricky subject of labor relations, we will be able to sift out what works in one country but not in others as well as what works in one country and also in another. for sales in Asia only! FEATURES THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS, Integrates theoretical/evidence-based arguments with practical/psychological considerations. INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 10E William H. Holley , Auburn University; Kenneth M. Jennings, Streamlines presentations revolving around a University of Illinois; Roger S. Wolters, Auburn University referencing (Singapore) model with due considerations for cross-national differences vis--vis the U.S. and As recognized arbitration experts around the world, other countries. the authors of THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS, 10E, Combines both the macro-level environmental forces International Edition bring nearly a century of combined at work and the micro-level details that form the experience with the labor movement, labor relations, basis for decision making on the part of labor and and collective bargaining to this popular text. Packed management. with real-world examples and quotes from practitioners Critical reviews, insightful conjectures, and in the field, THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS, 10E, confident predictions based on the authors personal International Edition explores labors history from involvement in this very-hard-to-grapple-with subject inception to current and emerging trends, touching on matter makes discussions concrete, meaningful, government, white-collar, and international contexts provocative, interesting and memorable. for an unmatched perspective of the topics. Chapters CONTENTS include in-depth analyses of the relationship between management and labor, including key participants in Part 1 Recognizing Rights and Responsibilities of the processes, and the rights and responsibilities of Unions and Management 1. Union-Management each. Labor agreements, collective bargaining, contract Relationships in Perspective. 2. Evolution of Labor- administration, arbitration, and other critical issues Management Relationships. 3. Legal Influences. 4. and processes highlight the complex, exciting nature Unions and Management: Key Participants in the Labor of organized labor, and introduce students to the many Relations Process. 5. Why and How Unions are Organized. professional opportunities available to them today. Part 2 The Bargaining Process and Outcomes 6. Negotiating the Labor Agreement. 7. Economic Issues. 54 www.cengageasia.com

57 NEW TO THIS EDITION text, THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS, 10E, Enlightening Scenarios: Put a human face on abstract International Edition devotes an entire chapter to concepts with these chapter-opening scenarios, which Labor Relations in the Public Sector--an increasingly detail real-world experiences in labor relations. prominent aspect of labor relations. An All-New Simulation: Challenge students to put Thought-Provoking Ethics: Demonstrate how to theory into practice with the 10th Editions all-new, apply ethical standards to business situations with hands-on, simulation tool, which walks students the stimulating ethical issues integrated throughout through every step of the contract negotiation the text. process. CONTENTS Updated Statistics and Discussions: Thoroughly documenting the changes in unions throughout Preface. Acknowledgements. About the Authors. Part the U.S., THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS, 10E, I: RECOGNIZING RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF International Edition explores issues such as UNIONS AND MANAGEMENT. 1. Union-Management the publics evolving perceptions, modern union Relationships in Perspective. 2. Evolution of Labor- statistics, mergers and attrition, unions operating like Management Relationships. 3. Legal Influences. 4. corporations, and more. Unions and Management: Key Participants in the Emerging Trends: Updates to THE LABOR RELATIONS Labor Relations Process. 5. Why and How Unions Are PROCESS, 10E, International Edition present the most Organized. Part II: THE BARGAINING PROCESS AND topical issues in labor relations, including labor law OUTCOMES. 6. Negotiating the Labor Agreement. 7. reform, the global economy, technological advances, Economic Issues. 8. Administrative Issues. 9. Resolving and the recent recessions effects on unions, as well Negotiation (Interest) Disputes and the Use of Economic as key updates to current U.S. legislation. Pressure. Part III: ADMINISTERING THE LABOR New End-of-Chapter Cases and Exercises: All-new, AGREEMENT. 10. Contract Administration. 11. Labor in-text examples and cases address unauthorized and Employment Arbitration. 12. Employee Discipline. aliens, relationship management, employing union Part IV: APPLYING THE LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS members in non-union work environments, card check TO DIFFERENT LABOR RELATIONS SYSTEMS. 13. Labor recognition agreements, mileage reimbursement, and Relations in the Public Sector. 14. Labor Relations in a firms change in ownership, among other important Multinational Corporations and in Other Countries. topics. New, web-based exercises in this edition add Appendix: Collective Bargaining Negotiations Exercise. even more value for students by guiding them to Index. current information, research, and discussion points 2012, 720pp, Paperback, 9780538481991 FEATURES Assimilating Cases and Features: Labor Relations In Action boxed features and short, end-of-chapter cases give students practice applying theories and concepts from the readings using concrete examples. Modern, Web-based Activities: Keep Internet-savvy students engaged in your course with Exploring the Web assignments that encourage them to learn more about current labor relations through specific websites. Skill-Building Exercises: Students work in teams or individually with Classroom Exercises throughout the text, which promote practical career skills, such as research, negotiation, analysis, verbal communication, written communication, and more! Unique Public Sector Content: Unlike any competing www.cengageasia.com 55

58 Leadership in an interactive, self-paced learning process for each chapter to assess their understanding, consisting of a Pretest, a set of study tools (including the ebook, flash cards, and PowerPoint slides), and a Posttest. Students performance along this learning path will Coming Soon! be automatically scored to offer relevant suggestions for content that they should review to master the material. NEW INTERACTIVE SELF-ASSESSMENTS. One of the hallmark features of the text, the Leaders Self-Insight assessments now include interactive online versions wherein students may complete the full assessment online and complete brand new accompanying THE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE, 6E activities to link the self-assessment concepts back Richard L. Daft, Vanderbilt University to the relevant chapter material. Equip students with the critical leadership skills and NEW INTERACTIVE CASES. Instructors who want to solid understanding of todays theory needed to become incorporate additional cases into their courses now effective business leaders in todays turbulent times with have the option of assigning an online-exclusive case Dafts THE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE, 6E. Acclaimed for each chapter that includes the full text of the case author Richard Daft helps students explore the latest and interactive activities with immediate scoring and thinking in leadership theory and contemporary feedback. practices at work within organizations throughout the NEW MEDIA QUIZZES. New to the sixth edition of world. Students will examine emerging topics, including the text is a complete set of leadership videos that enhancement of emotional intelligence, leadership connect the texts concepts with current, real-world vision and courage, leadership of virtual teams, and situations. The videos are viewable online and include open innovation, and will connect those topics to accompanying assessment activities. recent world events such as ethical scandals and NEW LEADERSHIP AT WORK ACTIVITIES. Another political turmoil. Packed with memorable examples and integral feature of the text, each chapters Leadership unique insights into actual leadership decisions, this at Work exercises may be completed and submitted full-color text includes crisp, clear visuals to reinforce online for students who prefer working in a digital the books engaging presentation. This editions environment. proven applications, specifically designed for todays NEW FOLLOW THE LEADER FEATURE. Students leadership theory and applications course, and a solid who want to find current leaders who can provide foundation grounded in established scholarly research valuable insight on the state of business today will make the topic of leadership come alive for students. now find directives at the end of each chapter for In addition, THE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE is available relevant Twitter feeds for both high-profile leaders with CengageNOW for the first time. CengageNOW and individual bloggers whose articles relate well to provides an integrated text and online learning solution the content in the text. By following these leaders, that enhances understanding of course content and users will have a current, continually updated offers opportunities to extend learning. connection to the leadership world. NEW EXTENDED ONLINE RESOURCES. Students NEW TO THIS EDITION also will have the opportunity to access the Cengage N E W C E N G AG E N O W O N L I N E L E A R N I N G KnowNOW blog, Business Insights Essentials, and SOLUTION. CengageNOW is an online teaching and Career Transitions, enabling even more connections learning resource that increases student effort and to the realm of business and leadership. engagement to deliver better student outcomes. The THOROUGHLY UPDATED EXAMPLES. The examples Personalized Study Plan allows students to participate in the text have been thoroughly updated to reflect 56 www.cengageasia.com

59 current trends and the constant evolution of Coming Soon! leadership theories. UPDATED LEARNING FEATURES REFLECT THE LATEST LEADERSHIP TRENDS. Popular applications and fresh learning features within each chapter now reflect the most current business information and emerging leadership trends. A variety of features--In the Lead, Consider This! and Leaders Bookshelf-- help prepare students for todays emerging leadership challenges and quickly changing roles. NEW AND REVISED LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP, CASES PREPARE STUDENTS TO EXCEL. Numerous INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 5E new and revised cases for analysis present todays Christopher F. Achua, University of Virginias College at Wise; Robert current issues and leadership challenges. These short, N. Lussier, Springfield College problem-oriented cases put students skills to the test, requiring students to apply concepts learned to real, The most practical leadership textbook on the market, timely issues. Cases challenge students cognitive EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP 5E International Edition, uses understanding of leadership ideas while providing a unique three-pronged approach to teach leadership opportunities to perfect the skills most critical for concepts and theory, and takes students to the next leadership success. level by developing their competencies in applying the concepts and development leadership skills they CONTENTS can immediately start using in their personal and Part I: INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP. 1. What Does It professional lives. The authors combine traditional Mean to Be a Leader? Part II: RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES theory with cutting-edge leadership topics in a concise ON LEADERSHIP. 2. Traits, Behaviors, and Relationships. presentation that is packed with real-world examples. 3. Contingency Approaches to Leadership. Part III: THE The text constantly puts the student in the leadership PERSONAL SIDE OF LEADERSHIP. 4. The Leader as an role engaging them in applying the concepts, as well as Individual. 5. Leadership Mind and Heart. 6. Courage providing step-by-step behavior models for effectively and Moral Leadership. 7. Followership. Part IV: THE handling leadership functions. EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP LEADER AS A RELATIONSHIP BUILDER. 8. Motivation 5E International Editions innovative three-pronged and Empowerment. 9. Leadership Communication. 10. approach provides the greatest array and quality of Leading Teams. 11. Developing Leadership Diversity. 12. learning opportunities. Leadership Power and Influence. Part V: THE LEADER AS NEW TO THIS EDITION A SOCIAL ARCHITECT. 13. Creating Vision and Strategic Direction. 14. Shaping Culture and Values. 15. Leading NEW COURSEMATE (WITH eBOOK) PREMIUM Change. WEBSITE, INCLUDING A ROBUST SET OF ENGAGEMENT & STUDY TOOLS: Engaging, trackable, 2015, 528pp, Paperback, 9781435462854 and affordable, this new CourseMate website offers a dynamic way to bring course concepts to life with interactive learning, study, and exam preparation tools that support this printed edition of the text. Watch student comprehension soar with all-new flash cards and engaging games, streaming videos, quizzes and more in this textbook-specific website. A complete e-book provides you with the choice of an entire online learning experience. The Engagement Tracker tool, when used, provides you with the ability to identify at-risk students while its still early enough to www.cengageasia.com 57

60 help, and also allows you to see what resources your back to focus only on the Normative Leadership Model student find most valuable. It goes beyond the book (discussed in Chapter 5) because it delineates the to deliver what you need! appropriate level of participation to use in a given NEW References and examples: More than 80 percent situation. This makes the two sections in Chapter of the references are new to the Fifth Edition (5e). 8 Leader-Centered and Team-Centered Decision NEW Chapter Coverage: There has been a re- Making redundant. organization of chapters. Chapters 4 (now Contingency Chapter 11: The strategic management process is Leadership Theories) and 5 (now Influencing: Power, re-written to simplify the steps in the strategic Politics, Networking, and Negotiation) have been management model for the non-business major. reversed so that the three major leadership theories Also, we have added a new section on Environmental (trait, behavioral, and contingency) are presented in Sustainability. this sequence, one theory in each chapter. NEW and REVISED Opening Case Applications: They Chapter 1 title has been changed to include the skills begin each chapter with the profile of a dynamic leaders need. There is a new major section Leadership leader and the challenges he or she has faced, followed Skills to identify and describe the three important by several questions that prime students for the skills that leaders need to be successful. studies ahead and the answers are provided in the Chapter 7 title has been changed from Leader- text. For the 5e, 66 percent of the opening cases are Follower Relations to Leader-Member Relations and new and the others are updated. The leaders featured Followership. The increasing attention on followers in in these cases make up a broad representation of the leadership literature has led to many academicians the population a good mix of Caucasians, African- and even practitioners questioning why current Americans, Asians, Hispanics, males and females. textbooks on leadership dont address this topic NEW Concept Application: This feature develops adequately. We have addressed it in chapter 7 and application competency by requiring learners to feel that it is a significant topic to be featured in the identify the concept illustrated in a short example. All chapter title. of the boxes have changes in the situations presented Chapter 7: There are 3 key changes worth highlighting and answers. in this chapter. First, the section on the Evolution CONTENTS of Dyadic Theory has been re-written; with the last stage (Systems and Networks) eliminated from Part I: INDIVIDUALS AS LEADERS. 1. Who Is a Leader? the discussion. The reason for this change will be 2. Leadership Ethics and Traits. 3. Leadership Motivation explained in the section on Changes in the 5th and Behavior. 4. Contingency Theories in Leadership. Edition. Second, the section titled The Three-Stage 5. Influencing: Politics, Power, Negotiation, and Process for Developing Positive LMX Relations is Networking. Part II: TEAM LEADERSHIP. 6. Coaching, now changed to Developing High-Quality Leader- Communication, and Conflict Skills. 7. Followership Member Relations and updated. Third, the section and Leader-Member Exchange. 8. Self-Managed titled Effective Leader-Follower Feedback is now Teams and Team Leadership. Part III: LEADERSHIP IN moved to the end of the chapter after Delegation. The ORGANIZATIONS. 9. Transformational and Charismatic title has been changed to Effective Leader Evaluation Leadership. 10. Leadership of Ethics, Diversity, and and Feedback. Culture. 11. Change Management and Strategic Chapter 8: In addition to some significant re-writing, Leadership. 12. The Learning Organization and Crisis there are two key change to highlight. The section Leadership. titled The Changing Role of Leadership in Self- 2013, 576pp, Paperback, 9781111969769 Managed Teams is dropped to avoid the appearance of redundancy. It is a topic better suited for discussion under the previous heading Guidelines for Improving Self-Managed Team Effectiveness. The section on Decision Making in Teams has been scaled 58 www.cengageasia.com

61 world context to help students approach the material more effectively and master it more readily. Most end-of-chapter case problems, skill-building exercises, and examples are either new or thoroughly updated, and they feature a more diverse selection of leaders likely to appeal to todays students, including leaders outside the corporate limelight, middle managers from large firms, small-business owners, and leaders in professional sports. FEATURES PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP, Updated Leader in Action boxes describe the INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 7E leadership practices, behaviors, and personal Andrew J. DuBrin, Rochester Institute of Technology attributes of real-world leaders students are likely Perfect for instructors who take a practical, skill- to know and relate to, and each box concludes with building approach to teaching leadership, PRINCIPLES questions relating the leader to key concepts from OF LEADERSHIP, 7E, International Edition provides the current chapter. an ideal balance of essential theory and real-world Integrated throughout the text, new and updated applications. Andrew DuBrin, a highly respected Leadership Self-Assessment and Leadership Skill- author and consultant, incorporates the latest research Building Exercises help students understand and on leadership and current business practices from develop key leadership skills, while new Video academic journals and popular periodicals. The text Discussion Questions at the end of each chapter direct provides students with a strong practical foundation by students to watch a video relevant to the chapters introducing leaders they can relate to and reinforcing topic, followed by class discussion questions. their knowledge with frequent skill-building activities. Interesting and highly relevant real-life and Key updates include new opening vignettes and end- hypothetical examples throughout the text illustrate of-chapter cases, numerous additional skill-building key concepts and theories to help students better exercises, and video discussion questions at the end of understand the material and appreciate its practical each chapter. An all-new CourseMate interactive study applications. tool site features additional video content, premium Special features such as Guidelines for Action and quizzing, and links to both the Career Transitions job Skill-Development and Leadership Portfolio provide search tool and Cengages KnowNOW blog, which is students with practical, step-by-step guidance to help constantly updated and provides an intuitive view of them become more effective leaders. current events. Two Leadership Case Problems in each chapter illustrate major themes covered in the text by NEW TO THIS EDITION presenting interesting, relevant real-life examples NEW COURSMATE SITE. To better promote student and providing associated activities to help students learning, the end-of-chapter content now includes develop their own leadership knowledge and skills. several new guidelines for action and skill-building, CONTENTS while an all-new CourseMate interactive study tool site features additional video content, premium 1. The Meaning and Relevance of Leadership. 2. Global quizzing, and links to both the Career Transitions job and Cross-Cultural Leadership. 3. Personal Attributes of Leaders. 4. The Charismatic and Transformational search tool and Cengages KnowNOW blog, which is Aspects of Leaders. 5. The Moral Aspects of Leadership. constantly updated and provides an intuitive view of 6. Enhancing Teamwork within the Group. 7. The Leader current events. as a Motivator and Coach. 8. Leadership Actions, NEW OPENING VIGNETTES introduce nearly every Attitudes, and Styles. 9. How Leaders Respond to the chapter by illustrating concepts and theories students Situation at Hand. 10. How Leaders Exert Influence. will encounter as they read, providing a useful real- 11. How Leaders Attain and Maintain Power. 12. www.cengageasia.com 59

62 Communicating with Others and Resolving Conflicts. in science. 13. The Creative and Innovative Aspects of Leaders. 14. Utilizes key theoretical concepts and contemporary Thinking Strategically and Managing Knowledge. 15. military leadership doctrines such as leadership The Development of Leaders and Succession Planning. selection, leadership & team training and development 2013, 576pp, Paperback, 9781133435297 and organizational learning & change. Focuses on the social-behavioral science of leadership- the basis for many contemporary military leadership doctrines. The book therefore draws on primary social- behavioral science research reports and writing, and various military leadership doctrinal documents from Australia, Canada, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore, U.S., and the U.K. CONTENTS 1. The Science and Practice of Military Leadership. 2. Challenges and Stress in Military Operations. 3. Soldier Performance: The Psychology of Human Behavior in MILITARY LEADERSHIP IN THE 21ST Combat. 4. Understanding Soldier Motivation and CENTURY Morale. 5. Military Leaders: Born or Made? 6. Military Science and Practice Leadership: A Matter of Styles or Values? 7. Science Dr. Kim-Yin Chan, Nanyang Technological University; Dr. Star Soh, and Practice of Leading Military Teams. 8. Leading Nanyang Technological University ; Regena Ramaya Military Teams for Adaptive Performance in Complex Environments. 9. Leading in Hierarchical, Learning Military Leadership in the 21st Century aims to provide Military Organizations. 10. Leading in the 21st Century junior commanders or entry-level military officers with an introductory-level appreciation of the key concepts Profession of Arms. and issues related to military leadership from a social- 2011, Paperback, 9789814352642 behavioral science perspective. The book focuses on direct-level or team leadership. It has three main themes: (1) the human dimension of military operations and organization; (2) the main approaches to direct or Organizational Behavior team-level leadership, including the trait-approach, values or ethical leadership, and leadership styles and behaviors; and (3) the challenges of leadership in 21st century military operations, organizations, and, the 21st century military profession. Besides learning key leadership-related concepts and issues, readers are also introduced to key events, institutions and social- behavioral scientific research programs that have shaped contemporary military leadership doctrines and systems. FEATURES Written by authors who are not only former military ORGB 4 (WITH COURSEMATE PRINTED officers, but also highly experienced psychologists ACCESS CARD), 4E and researchers rolled into one. Debra Nelson, Oklahoma State University ; James Campbell Quick, The University of Texas at Arlington Highly readable book that is full of practical, real- world applications, engaging examples and insights Created by the continuous feedback of a student- into military leadership, and is yet firmly grounded tested, faculty-approved process, ORGB 4 delivers 60 www.cengageasia.com

63 a visually appealing, succinct print component, tear- and Opportunity. 2. Challenges for Managers. Part out review cards for students and instructors and II: INDIVIDUAL PROCESSES AND BEHAVIOR. 3. a consistent online offering with CourseMate that Personality, Perception, and Attribution. 4. Attitudes, includes an eBook in addition to a set of interactive Emotions, and Ethics. 5. Motivation at Work. 6. Learning digital tools all at a value-based price and proven to and Performance Management. 7. Stress and Well- increase retention and outcomes. Being at Work. Part III: INTERPERSONAL PROCESSES NEW TO THIS EDITION AND BEHAVIOR. 8. Communication. 9. Work Teams and Groups. 10. Decision Making by Individuals and Updated feature content, including topics such as Groups. 11. Power and Political Behavior. 12. Leadership telecommuting and dealing with toxic employees. and Followership. 13. Conflict and Negotiation. Part IV: Updated content on real-world companies, such as ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES AND STRUCTURE. 14. Google and General Motors. Jobs and the Design of Work. 15. Organizational Design New content on civility in Chapter 9: Communications. and Structure. 16. Organizational Culture. 17. Career Thoroughly updated digital content within Management. 18. Managing Change. Notes. Index. CengageNOW. 2015, 368pp, Paperback, 9781285423265 FEATURES Every 4LTR Press solution comes complete with an engaging print textbook, tear-out review cards, an interactive digital solution (CourseMate), and an eBook all of which were directly influenced from student focus groups and surveys, and from interviews with faculty and students. Shorter, comprehensive chapters in a modern design present content in a more engaging and accessible format without minimizing coverage for your course. Tear-Out Review Cards at the back of the Student Editions provide students a portable study tool containing all of the pertinent information for class BUILDING MANAGEMENT SKILLS An Action-First Approach, International preparation. Edition Instructor Prep Cards at the back of the Instructors Richard L. Daft, Vanderbilt University; Dorothy Marcic, Vanderbilt Edition make preparation simple with detachable University cards for each chapter, offering a quick map of chapter content, a list of corresponding PowerPoint and This unique management skills text provides you video resources, additional examples, and suggested with a new toolbox from which to teach students the assignments and discussion questions to help you difficult and challenging application of managerial organize chapter content efficiently. theories and concepts. Daft and Marcics action-first Every 4LTR Press solution comes with CourseMate, approach turns the traditional learning model on its the interactive digital component that offers a full end. Instead of starting with concepts and moving suite of unique learning tools that appeal to different to application, this text starts with application, an learning styles. introductory problem or challenge that encourages All of the content and resources you expect with a students to first empty out their ideas so they are supplements package that is second to none including ready to understand new ideas and acquire new skills. an Instructors Manual, PowerPoints, and Testing Each chapter provides a menu of teaching resources Software. for student challenges, engagement, applications, and learning, ample opportunity to fill students up with the CONTENTS spot-on management skills theyll need to be successful Part I: INTRODUCTION. 1. Organizational Behavior managers. This new learning philosophy leads students www.cengageasia.com 61

64 through a seven-step learning process: 1. Manager master concepts, prepare for exams, and become Challenge, 2. Initial Response, 3. Discover Yourself, 4. more involved in class. Because a modern eBook Discover Knowledge, 5. Action Learning Exercises, 6. is automatically integrated within CengageNOW, Test Your Mettle, and 7. Personal Skills Log. Shorter, you can provide your students with price flexibility highly-focused chapters take students through each for your course! Also, available upon request, of these seven steps, allowing them to capture the CengageNOW can be integrated with a variety of essence and critical points for each topic. The mass Learning Management Systems (i.e. BlackBoard). of research material has been condensed and focused INTEGRATED LEARNING SYSTEM WITH SEVEN into discrete learning packages (chapters) designed BUILDING BLOCKS: Each chapter starts with a specifically for student engagement. Organized around professional video incident to challenge students a new learning philosophy, with new technology and and reveal their personal knowledge gap. Students a coherent learning package for students to acquire then proceed as assigned by their instructor with management skills through an active first do, then questionnaire feedback, text resources, deliberate learn approach, Daft and Marcic have created a practice and team exercises, action learning exercises, truly unique teaching and learning experience with and writing down their takeaways. The building blocks BUILDING MANAGEMENT SKILLS, International are described below. Edition. MANAGER CHALLENGE AND INITIAL RESPONSE: NEW TO THIS EDITION The first section of each chapter is a learning challenge based on a real-world problem faced by a manager. PROBLEM BASED LEARNING APPROACH: Based on These problems/incidents are provided as short the latest findings about how people learn, this unique videos that instructors can use to begin the class. text uses problem-based learning to have students Cases are also provided for instructors who prefer first do, then learn. Students start with a realistic not to show videos. After students watch the original problem scenario upon which they take action before video challenge and/or read the associated case, the learning a concept or skill. Action on the problem instructor allows students to solve the problem, either reveals to students their learning gap, how little they through written analysis, discussion, or role-play. know, which opens students minds to knowledge and Trying to respond correctly to the video challenge or synthesis, completing a learning cycle. problem immediately answers the question implicit LESS IS MORE: This skills text is highly focused and in the students mind: Why do I need to know this uses small bites. Sixteen shorter chapters capture the material? This challenge and the students response essence and critical points for each topic, condensing to it also provides a benchmark of student skill for the mass of research material into discrete learning the students later realization of how much they have packages (chapters) for student engagement. learned. COMPLETE PACKAGE: Instructors are provided a DISCOVER YOURSELF: A series of questionnaires menu of teaching tools in the text and instructors allow students to better understand their personal manual to guide each students skills learning. style and competency concerning the subject matter CengageNOW FOR DAFT/MARCICS BUILDING of a particular chapter. When they are aware of their MANAGEMENT SKILLS, International Edition: This current tendencies, they are better able to internalize robust, online course management system gives new concepts. Follow up Interpret Your Score boxes you more control in less time and delivers better are included in the Discover Knowledge section of student outcomes NOW. CengageNOW for BUILDING each chapter. MANAGEMENT SKILLS, International Edition DISCOVER KNOWLEDGE: Students are provided includes book-specific resources that can be assigned with research-based knowledge and ideas. Learning and graded automatically, along with a menu of resources within this section of each chapter include multimedia tools for students. Flexible assignments, text material, self-assessment interpretations, real- automatic grading and an exportable gradebook with world examples, and various engaging boxed features. reports save you valuable time. The Personalized Students are exposed to multiple perspectives on Study Plan diagnostic tool empowers students to 62 www.cengageasia.com

65 how the current problem and future problems might be solved. ACTION LEARNING EXERCISES: Individual deliberate practice exercises, in-class team exercises, and field team exercises are provided so students can apply and test their new knowledge and skills. Action learning means learning by doing, individually or in teams both inside and outside the classroom. TEST YOUR METTLE: Students are enabled to apply their new skills to new problems and cases, including role-play exercises, case incidents, and video applications. Students can be challenged with MANAGEMENT SKILLS Assessment and Development, International new exercises and incidents to expand their learning Edition even further. They can again learn based on their own Ricky Griffin, Texas A&M University; David Van Fleet, Morrison actions rather than from text memorization. School of Management and Agribusiness, College of Technology and Innovation, Arizona State University CONTENTS Part I: PERSONAL. 1. Your Manager Strengths and Griffin/VanFleet, MANAGEMENT SKILLS: ASSESSMENT Weaknesses. 2. Learning About Yourself. 3. Managing AND DEVELOPMENT, 1E, International Edition offers a Yourself to Get Things Done. 4. Creative Problem comprehensive, real world approach to mastering the Solving. 5. How Managers Communicate. 6. Becoming an skills needed for a career in management. Because Ethical Manager. Part II: INTERPERSONAL. 7. Motivating instructors often express the difficulty of creating an for Performance. 8. Getting Things Done Through active learning environment, this text offers an active, Networks, Relationships, and Influence. 9. Develop not passive, way for students to learn management People with Coaching and Feedback. 10. Handling skills by challenging students to be self-reflective Difficult Conversations, Conflict, and Negotiation. 11. and asking them to complete numerous assessments, Managing Your Boss. Part III: MANAGING TEAMS AND exercises, cases, and other activities. The authors also ORGANIZATIONS. 12. Managing Teams. 13. Getting address another major concern instructors have about Things Done through Performance Management. 14. students being visual learners by providing a unique Managing Global Diversity. 15. Positive Leadership. 16. Visualize the Skill section not found in any other text. Managing Positive Change. To better enable students to learn about management, chapters are organized in an easy-to-follow format that 2014, 672pp, Paperback, 9781285188225 contains: Assessing Your Skills (pre-assessment scales); Learning About the Skills (concept portion of the text); Practicing Your Skills (exercises); Using Your Skills (case analysis); Extending Your Skills (group and individual exercises); Visualizing the Skills (video exercises); Your Skills Now (assessing skills after working through the chapter); and Interpretations (scoring keys and comparison data). FEATURES Action-Based: Griffin & VanFleets unique approach to MANAGEMENT SKILLS: ASSESSMENT AND DEVELOPMENT, 1e, International Edition is derived from an active learning perspective. While students can learn definitions, models, frameworks, and theories by reading about them, in order for them to www.cengageasia.com 63

66 actually enhance their managerial capabilities, they must be engaged participants in the learning process. The authors provide feedback for in-text and online assessments, and afford videos for the visual learner. Logical and Sequential Chapter Format: Chapters are organized in an easy-to-follow format. Each chapter contains the following sections: Assessing your Skills: This section contains pre- assessment content. Feedback is available in the Interpretations section as well as online when students complete the interactive assessment. Organizational Behavior with CB Learning about the Skills: Student read about the CourseSmart ebook, 11e chapters concepts in this section. Engaging photos, Ricky W. Griffin, Texas A&M University; Gregory Moorhead, Arizona figures, tables, and applicable quotes are scattered State University throughout. Prepare your students today to become strong, effective Visualizing the Skills: Addressing the needs of visual managers tomorrow with the powerful concepts and learners, students watch a video and respond to the practical applications found in Griffin/Moorheads corresponding discussion questions. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR: MANAGING PEOPLE Practicing Your Skills: Students complete relevant AND ORGANIZATIONS, Eleventh Edition. This reader- exercises aimed at building upon the concepts they oriented text helps you equip your students with the skills and solid understanding to meet the management have just read about. challenges of a new century. The books applied Using Your Skills. Students read two cases and analyze approach balances classic management ideas with them to answer the corresponding thought provoking the most recent OB developments and contemporary questions. trends, such as the impact of OB on the services sector; Extending Your Skills: Students complete both group the effects of the economic downturn, how to manage people in these challenging times; the new role of and individual exercises designed to utilize the skills stress on motivation and leadership; the effects of they are mastering. downsizing, the trends towards greening businesses, Your Skills Now: In Your Skills Now, students once outsourcing, and the stresses on companys ethical again assess their skills after working through the standards. Students delve into the core concepts of chapter content. human behavior and industrial psychology with the help of memorable real examples and cases drawn Interpretations: Interpretations are select assessments from relevant organizations and managers. Fresh new and exercises that contain corresponding scoring keys cases, proven end-of-chapter exercises, end-of-chapter and comparison data. video cases, activities, and optional cases and exercises help you equip your students with the assets, tools, CONTENTS and resources to compete effectively amid a world of 1. Basic Management Skills. 2. Learning and Developing change. Students grasp the fundamentals of human Management Skills. 3. Time Management Skills. 4. behavior in organizations and the ability to develop new answers to new challenges as they learn to Interpersonal Skills. 5. Conceptual Skills. 6. Diagnostic understand the people who comprise an organization, Skills. 7. Communication Skills. 8. Decision-Making Skills. understand change, and understand how organizations 9. Technical Skills. 10. Transitioning From Managing to must respond to change. Equip and energize the next Leading. Appendix A: Managerial Skills Assessment. generation of managers for the most exciting task Appendix B: Skills for Finding a Job. of tomorrow: managing people effectively within competitive organizations. Available with InfoTrac 2014, 608pp, Paperback, 9781133582953 Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. NEW TO THIS EDITION New Content: substantial amount of new coverage of emerging topics and concepts. The major ones 64 www.cengageasia.com

67 include:Chapter 2: A revised section focusing on how Using Teams in Organizations. 11. Communication in to frame ethical issues.Chapter 5: A new discussion Organizations. 12. Traditional Models for Understanding of extended work schedules as they relate to Leadership. 13. Contemporary Views of Leadership in employee motivation.Chapter 6: A new discussion Organizations. 14. Power, Politics, and Organizational of the balanced scorecard approach to performance Justice. 15. Conflict and Negotiation in Organizations. management.Chapter 8: A new chapter organization PART IV: ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES AND and new coverage of both evidence-based decision CHARACTERISTICS. 16. Foundations of Organization making and prospect theory.Chapter 13: New coverage Structure. 17. Organization Design. 18. Organization of the GLOBE leadership project.Chapter 16: New Culture. 19. Organization Change and Development. discussion of Sony Corporations reorganization by product in 2009 and 2012. Additional comments on 2014, 624pp, Paperback, 9789814591973 how authority and responsibility may differ across Other Available CTE Bundle Options: cultures.Chapter 17: New discussion of the boss-less Organizational Behavior with CourseMate, 11e or boss-free organization.Chapter 18: Expanded discussion of innovation with examples.Chapter 19: Organizational Behavior with MindTap, 11e Revised discussion (with data) on people working Organizational Behavior with CengageNOW, 11e from home and the office-less office as workplace changes. FEATURES CHAPTER OPENING CASES: Compelling Opening Vignettes -all of which are new or heavily revised in this edition- encourage immediate, active participation and thought as students examine popular organizations and topics making news today, such as Whole Foods, Cirque du Soleil, Mercy Corps, Carbon Footprints, Traffic Control, and much more. Opening Vignettes immediately engage students with concepts in action within well-known ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 2E organizations: Compelling Opening Vignettes -all of Tools for Success, International Edition which are new in this edition- encourage immediate, Jean M. Phillips, Rutgers University; Stanley M. Gully, Rutgers University active participation and thought as students examine popular organizations making news today, such as Equip your students with the tools they need to Eddie Bauer, Cirque du Soleil, snopes.com, J.P. Morgan, achieve personal and managerial success with Phillips/ and Goldman Sachs. Gullys ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR: TOOLS CONTENTS FOR SUCCESS, 2e, International Edition. Written by award-winning instructors, this book uses meaningful, PART I: INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONAL relevant examples within each chapter to help translate BEHAVIOR. An Overview of Organizational Behavior. todays most recent OB research and significant The Changing Environment of Organizations. PART theory into applicable skills. ORGANIZATIONAL II: INDIVIDUAL PROCESSES IN ORGANIZATIONS. BEHAVIOR, 2e, International Edition is ideal for Foundations of Individual Behavior. Motivation in launching or advancing future managers careers. Organizations. Motivating Employee Performance The books practical approach eliminates so what? Through Work. Motivating Employee Performance moments as students clearly see the immediate value Through Rewards. Managing Stress and the Work-Life of what theyre learning and its impact on their daily Balance. Decision Making and Problem Solving. PART III: personal and professional experiences. Focused self- INTERPERSONAL PROCESSES IN ORGANIZATIONS. 9. assessments and self-improvement opportunities Foundations of Interpersonal and Group Behavior. 10. help students evaluate and refine todays most www.cengageasia.com 65

68 effective OB skills. This unique book acknowledges to assess themselves in a variety of areas related the significant impact of technology on productivity to todays OB. Students evaluate their personal today, highlighting both technology resources and motivations, view of money, leadership styles, their effects on business. A comprehensive support emotional intelligence, diversity awareness and other package, complete with CengageNOW online teaching skills critical to OB success. system and INNOVATIVE DECISION-MAKING VIDEOS, IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS EQUIP STUDENTS TO helps students focus on the most important skills of BECOME MORE EFFECTIVE EMPLOYEES AND successful leadership. In addition, Cengage Learnings BUSINESS LEADERS: Each chapter contains an Write Experience helps students write effectively Improve Your Skills box to help students become without adding to your workload! more effective in a variety of personal or professional NEW TO THIS EDITION areas. Students hone important skills in dealing with challenging managerial behaviors, interviewing, UPDATED EXAMPLES: The textbook has been revised managing stress, negotiating, and accurately assessing to include new and up-to-date vignettes, cases, and an organizations culture and political environment. examples. SO WHAT FEATURES DEMONSTRATE THE IMPACT COMPLETELY NEW DESIGN: A refreshing new 4-color OF OB SKILLS ON STUDENTS PERSONAL SUCCESS design has been added to this edition along with new RIGHT NOW: Memorable So What? moments clearly photos and captions. identified throughout each chapter demonstrate to CENGAGE LEARNINGS WRITE EXPERIENCE: Write students how the information they are learning about Experience helps students write effectively without OB makes an immediate impact on their personal adding to your workload! Write Experience utilizes success and influences their managerial future. artificial intelligence to score student writing instantly UNIQUE MANAGING YOUR CAREER CHAPTER and accurately. It also provide students with detailed POSITIONS STUDENTS TO MAXIMIZE THEIR CAREER revision goals and feedback on their writing to help SUCCESS: The books final chapter, Managing Your them improve written communication and critical Career, sets your students up for career success, as thinking skills. Write Experience is the first product students gain a better understanding of what they designed and created specifically for the higher need or want from a career or job. Students learn education market through an exclusive agreement important interviewing techniques, how to make the withMcCann Associates, a Vantage Learning Affiliated best personal career choices, and what to look for in operating company, and also powered by e-Write todays organizations. The authors discuss careers IntelliMetric Within. and career planning as well as work-life balance, FEATURES mentoring, and social networks in this chapter, unlike any other in similar OB books. CHAPTER-OPENING VIGNETTES HIGHLIGHT GLOBAL ISSUES HIGHLIGHT THE INTERNATIONAL ACTUAL CHALLENGES FACING INDIVIDUALS IMPLICATIONS OF TODAYS OB CONCEPTS: Your OR ORGANIZATIONS: Each chapter begins with students gain a truly global perspective of OB a captivating opening vignette that describes how concepts at work as engaging Global Issues in each a person or organization is facing a real challenge chapter emphasize the global implications of topics or problem related to the chapters content. Each that the chapter discusses. vignette concludes at the end of the chapter with CASE STUDIES PUT CHAPTER CONCEPTS INTO an engaging description of how the company or PRACTICE: An exceptional case study in each chapter individual applied skills from the chapter to address reinforces material from the chapter and gives your the challenge. students the opportunity to apply what they learn to UNDERSTANDING YOURSELF FEATURES ENABLE a real situation within an actual organization. STUDENTS TO ASSESS PERSONAL JOB SKILLS: Students gain a better understanding of their own CONTENTS characteristics as an Understand Yourself feature PART I: THE ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR CONTEXT. in each chapter provides the opportunity for readers 1. What is Organizational Behavior? 2. Diversity. PART II: 66 www.cengageasia.com

69 INDIVIDUAL EFFECTIVENESS. 3. Individual Differences how change affects attitudes and behaviors in an I: Demographics, Personality, and Intelligence. 4. organization as well as what new opportunities and Individual Differences II: Self-Concept, Learning experiences change presents. Students further explore Styles, and Types of Fit. 5. Attitudes, Values, Moods, growing themes of globalization, diversity, and ethics. and Emotions. 6. Social Perception, Attributions, and The authors anchor the books multifaceted approach Perceived Fairness. 7. Motivating Behavior. PART in both classic research and leading-edge scholarship. III: SOCIAL INTERACTIONS. 8. Communicating. 9. Timely examples from all types of organizations Making Decisions. 10. Power, Influence, and Politics. 11. throughout this edition reflect todays most current Managing Conflict and Negotiating. PART IV: GROUPS, trends, including six new focus companies--NetFlix, TEAMS, AND LEADERSHIP. 12. Group Behavior and Ford, Groupon, and more. Self-assessments and Effective Teams. 13. Leading. PART V: ORGANIZATIONAL other interactive learning opportunities allow your DESIGN, ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE, AND CAREER students to grow and develop, both as individuals and MANAGEMENT. 14. Organizational Structure and as important contributors to an organization, as they Design. 15. Organizational Culture and Organizational progress throughout your course. Change. 16. Managing Your Career. NEW TO THIS EDITION 2014, 608pp, Paperback, 9781133953593 NEW CengageNOW FOR NELSON/QUICK ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR EIGHTH EDITION. This robust, online course management system Coming Soon! gives you more control in less time and delivers better student outcomes--NOW. CengageNOW for ORGANIZATIONAL BHEAVIOR includes book- specific resources that can be assigned and graded automatically, along with a menu of multimedia tools for students. Flexible assignments, automatic grading, and an exportable gradebook with reports save you valuable time. The Personalized Study plan diagnostic tool empowers students to master concepts, prepare for exams, and become more involved in class. PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZATIONAL SIX FASCINATING NEW FOCUS COMPANIES BEHAVIOR, 8E PROVIDE INSIGHTS INTO TODAYS WORKPLACE. Realities & Challenges, International Edition James Campbell Quick, The University of Texas at Arlington; Debra L. Six new leading organizations--NetFlix, QuikTrip, Nelson, Ph.D, Oklahoma State University Groupon, Ford, Dyson, and Oracle--are highlighted as Focus Companies throughout this editions Thinking Help your students learn not only the concepts and Ahead and Looking Back chapter features. theories that enhance the management of human N E W CO N T E M P O R A R Y T O P I C S R E F L E C T behavior at work but also how to practice these skills with CHALLENGES OF TODAYS ORGANIZATIONS. New Quick/Nelsons PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZATIONAL material in this edition addresses developing topics BEHAVIOR, 8E, International Edition. The latest edition of growing importance in todays business world, of this book clearly demonstrates how organizational such as communicating through new technologies behavior theories and research apply to companies and social media. today with engaging cases, meaningful exercises, NEW AND UPDATED SCIENCE AND THE and examples that include six new focus companies REAL WORLD BOXES SPOTLIGHT THE LATEST students will instantly recognize. The authors present DEVELOPMENTS. Show your students the science foundational organizational behavior topics, such as upon which todays organizational behavior is based motivation, leadership, teamwork, and communication. and how organizational behavior actually impacts Students also examine emerging issues reshaping the todays companies. Intriguing Science boxes field today, such as the theme of change. They study throughout this edition summarize leading-edge www.cengageasia.com 67

70 research, while The Real World boxes spotlight Jobs and the Design of Work. 15. Organizational Design contemporary organizational life. and Structure. 16. Organizational Culture. 17. Career NEW DIVERSITY DIALOGUES CHALLENGE Management. 18. Managing Change. STUDENTS TO THOUGHTFULLY CONSIDER AND 2013, 800pp, Paperback, 9781111969707 RESOLVE CONFLICTS. Diversity Dialogue vignettes near the end of each chapter provide brief explanations with thought-provoking discussion questions to spark conversation about an aspect of diversity related to the chapters content. FEATURES MAKE CONCEPTS MEMORABLE WITH VIDEO CLIPS. Captivating, brief clips from some of Hollywoods most popular movies, including IN GOOD COMPANY and FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, with accompanying video cases illustrate OB concepts from the text in action. YOU SELF-ASSESSMENT EXERCISES ENCOURAGE ORGB SELF-DEVELOPMENT. These features enhance self- Asia Pacific Edition knowledge and encourage personal skill development Debra L. Nelson, Oklahoma State University; James Campbell Quick, when students carefully consider the results of the The University of Texas at Arlington; Sarah Wright, University of exercises for self-discovery or behavioral change. Canterbury, New Zealand; Christine Adams, University of Tasmania DISCUSSION AND COMMUNICATION QUESTIONS A new approach to learning the principles of ENCOURAGE A MEANINGFUL EXCHANGE OF organisational behaviour, ORGB is the AsiaPacific IDEAS. Challenging Discussion and Communication edition of a proven, innovative solution to enhance the Questions at the end of each chapter give your learning experience. Concise yet complete coverage students critical practice in applying chapter material supported by a suite of online learning aids equips using various forms of effective communication. students with the tools required to successfully EXPERIENTIAL EXERCISES ENCOURAGE GROUP undertake a course in organisational behaviour. INTERACTION. At the end of each chapter, your FEATURES students have the opportunity to work in teams as they learn more about an important aspect of the Concise yet complete coverage of organisational chapters topic. These group-oriented Experiential behaviour principles supported by a suite of online learning aids Exercises help students further develop critical Retaining the model of the US text, ORGB AsiaPacific interpersonal skills. edition is comprehensively adapted to meet the needs CONTENTS of students studying organisational behaviour in the AsiaPacific region Part I: INTRODUCTION. 1. Organizational Behavior Theory and applications of organisational behaviour and Opportunity. 2. Challenges for Managers. Part are presented in an engaging narrative style that II: INDIVIDUAL PROCESSES AND BEHAVIOR. 3. students will find both enjoyable and illuminating Personality, Perception, and Attribution. 4. Attitudes, Icons integrated throughout the text refer students Emotions, and Ethics. 5. Motivation at Work. 6. Learning to a variety of on-line learning tools that complement and Performance Management. 7. Stress and Well- specific chapter topics. Some tools will help students Being at Work. Part III: INTERPERSONAL PROCESSES revise and reinforce concepts and other tools will AND BEHAVIOR. 8. Communication. 9. Work Teams help student apply the theory and expand their and Groups. 10. Decision Making by Individuals and understanding Local and international examples include ANZ, Virgin Groups. 11. Power and Political Behavior. 12. Leadership Blue, Lonely Planet, Deloittes, Hudsons Coffee, and Followership. 13. Conflict and Negotiation. Part IV: Google, Rio Tinto, Hertz, Timberland ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES AND STRUCTURE. 14. ORGB in Practice feature explores practical 68 www.cengageasia.com

71 applications of organisational behaviour theory in real world environments ORGB Trend highlights recent trends in organisational behaviour and innovative examples of these trends in practice ORGB Fact provides relevant latest facts and figures on contemporary issues in organisational behaviour Each new book offers 6-month subscription to CourseMate containing interactive quizzes, flashcards, case studies, games and more + Search me! management providing students with 24 hr access to full-text articles from hundreds of scholarly and PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZATIONAL popular periodicals as well as e-books BEHAVIOR, INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 18 tear out Chapter Review Cards provide students with a concise summary of how the key concepts 13E connect to the learning objectives as well as review John W. Slocum Jr., Southern Methodist University; Don Hellriegel, Texas A&M University of key terms CONTENTS Equip your students with the skills to become effective, high performance managers in todays Part I: Introduction 1. Organisational behaviour business world as you provide a solid foundation in and opportunity 2. Challenges for managers Part II: Individual processes and behaviour 3. Personality, organizational behavior with this unique competency- perception, and attribution 4. Attitudes, emotions, based approach. Slocum/Hellriegels PRINCIPLES OF and ethics 5. Motivation at work 6. Learning and ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 13E, International performance management 7. Stress and well-being at Edition has distilled the expertise of hundreds of work Part III: Interpersonal process and behaviour 8. leading managers from a variety of industries into seven Communication 9. Work teams and groups 10. Decision core managerial competencies most important for making by individuals and groups 11. Power and political professional and organizational success. Students have behaviour 12. Leadership and followership 13. Conflict opportunities to assess and maximize their personal and negotiation Part IV: Organisational processes skills within the context of todays organizational and structure 14. Jobs and the design of work 15. behavior as they master competencies in managing Organisational design and structure 16. Organisational self, ethics, communication, diversity, across cultures, culture 17. Career management 18. Managing change teams, and change. The authors apply their decades of 2012, 360pp, Paperback, 9780170184977 experience in teaching, research, and OB consulting to establish a clear connection between organizational behavior theory and contemporary practice. This edition combines classic theory with contemporary research, emerging trends, and the most recent developments impacting business today. Text and video cases from organizations familiar to students and interactive exercises clearly demonstrate how effective leaders use the key competencies to lead more successfully. Give your students the foundation they need to become highly effective managers and successful leaders within the organizations of tomorrow. NEW TO THIS EDITION EXPLORE THE IMPORTANCE OF ETHICS TODAY WITH A NEW CHAPTER AND EXPANDED COVERAGE. Now you can introduce the growing importance of www.cengageasia.com 69

72 ethics in business today with a new Chapter 2 that MANAGERS WITH THIS UNIQUE COMPETENCY highlights ethical concepts and concerns crucial to APPROACH. Your students will find content personally all employees and organizational leaders. Nine new relevant and meaningful with this books one-of-a- Ethical Competency features introduce students to a kind emphasis. Students learn to master the seven variety of challenging ethical situations in well-known core managerial competencies most important for organizations. Ethics-driven, end-of-chapter exercises becoming an effective business leader. More than and cases require students to determine and act upon 30 individual, team, and organizational assessments ethical decisions. guide them in improving their effectiveness in todays ENGAGE STUDENTS AND ENCOURAGE DISCUSSION competitive market. Students can re-assess personal WITH FRESH NEW CASES AND MEMORABLE REAL strengths and compare their progress to professionals EXAMPLES. Fifteen Learning From Experience as they progress through the course. Chapter-Opening Cases highlight challenges facing STRENGTHEN CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS AND employees and leaders in familiar organizations. ENSURE STUDENT UNDERSTANDING WITH Many end-of-chapter Critical Thinking Cases and INTERACTIVE END-OF-CHAPTER ACTIVITIES. Experiential Exercises offer fresh perspectives on An emphasis on applications and active learning incidents within a variety of organizations. throughout proven end-of-chapter activities helps PRESENT THE MOST CURRENT THINKING AND students retain and better understand chapter CONTEMPORARY THEORY WITH THE LATEST concepts. Meaningful assessment questionnaires, EXAMPLES AND TRENDS. All chapter content critical thinking cases, and experiential exercises filled including research citations, references, and figures with examples from todays leading organizations help reflects the latest perspectives with accuracy you students examine topics more closely and relate what can trust. Updated materials exemplify the most theyve learned to core managerial competencies. recent OB thinking and contemporary theory. You PROVIDE A SOLID OVERVIEW OF BUSINESS can easily present current developments and their MANAGEMENT TODAY WITH INTEGRATED CASES. affects on employees and leaders around the globe, Engaging Integrating Cases at the end-of-text from the impact of Twitter and Facebook to the failure draw from a variety of concepts and competencies of General Motors and the rise of developing nations, throughout the book, requiring students to apply such as India. what theyve learned to realistic situations. Students INVOLVE STUDENTS IN ACTIVE LEARNING WITH improve critical and analytical thinking skills as they THE LATEST APPLIED THEORY FEATURES. Virtually gain a realistic understanding of how to apply the all-new Competency Boxes within each chapter seven core competencies to challenges in business of this edition showcase how real organizations today. use OB theory today. New Insights illustrate how ENCOURAGE ENTHUSIASM FOR LEARNING WITH significant business leaders use OB theory while THIS EDITIONS ENGAGING, DYNAMIC VISUALS. actual memorable examples exemplify effective Clarify concepts for students with this editions management at work. inviting, action-driven presentation full of proven MAKE CONCEPTS MEMORABLE WITH BIZFLIX learning aids. Students more easily understand and POPULAR HOLLYWOOD FILM CLIPS. Captivating, retain principles with this editions updated, colorful, brief clips from some of Hollywoods most popular engaging photos, figures, and tables. movies, such as In Good Company and Friday Night CONTENTS Lights, with accompanying video cases illustrate OB concepts from the text in action. Corresponding Part I. Introduction and Ethical Foundations. Chapter questions provide opportunities for critical analysis 1. Organizational Behavior and Key Competencies. and discussion. Fourteen of the seventeen BizFlix Chapter 2. Ethical Foundations in Organizational videos are new in this edition. Behavior. Part II. The Individual in Organizations. Chapter 3. Understanding Individual Differences. FEATURES Chapter 4. Perceptions and Attributions. Chapter 5. EQUIP STUDENTS TO BECOME HIGH PERFORMANCE Applying Learning Concepts to Improve Performance. 70 www.cengageasia.com

73 Chapter 6. Motivating Employees. Chapter 7. Motivation discussions of the impact of the Internet and new through Goal-Setting and Reward Programs. Chapter 8. technologies on cross-cultural management. Workplace Stress and Aggression. Part III. Leadership The authors include new research and examples from and Team Behaviors. Chapter 9. Fostering Interpersonal around the world. Communication in Organizations. Chapter 10. Leading This edition includes a Film Index with descriptions of Effectively: Foundations. Chapter 11. Leading Effectively: and information about how to get the films. With the New Perspectives. Chapter 12. Developing and Leading Fifth Edition the authors highlight places where videos Teams. Chapter 13. Managing Conflict and Negotiating may be used appropriately for further learning. Nancy Effectively. Part IV. The Organization. Chapter 14. Adler has participated in several highly regarded video Making Managerial Decisions. Chapter 15. Designing programs that enhance the study of work beyond Organizations. Chapter 16. Cultivating Organizational national boundaries. Culture. Chapter 17. Guiding Organizational Change. FEATURES 2011, 672pp, Paperback, 9780538743341 I N T E R N A T I O N A L D I M E N S I O N S O F ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR includes numerous case studies, applications, and examples, but is still a concise and manageable 10 chapters. The text examines a wide range of cultures: Asian, African, Eastern and Western European, North and South American, and Middle Eastern. The United States is frequently used as a reference point and as a point of comparison since most of todays management literature is U.S.-based. CONTENTS P a r t O n e : T H E I M PAC T O F C U LT U R E O N INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF ORGANIZATIONS. 1. Culture and Management. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 2. How Cultural Differences Affect Organizations. INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 5E 3. Communicating Across Cultures. Part Two: Nancy J. Adler, McGill University; Allison Gundersen, Case Western LEVERAGING CULTURAL DIVERSITY. 4. Creating Reserve University Cultural Synergy. 5. Managing Multicultural Teams. 6. The world of organizations is no longer defined by Leading Globally. 7. Motivating People from Around the national boundaries. INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS World: Inspiring People to Contribute. 8. Multinational OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR breaks down the Decision Making. 9. Negotiating Globally. Part Three: conceptual, theoretical, and practical boundaries MANAGING GLOBAL MANAGERS. 10. Managing Cross- limiting our ability to understand and work with people Cultural Transitions: Moving Abroad and Coming Home. in countries and cultures around the world. Adlers 11. A Portable Life: The Expatriate Spouse. 12. Global hallmark approach views global complexity as neither Careers: Succeeding in the 21st Century. Epilogue. Film unpredictable nor random; rather, she demonstrates Notes. Index. that variations across cultures and their impacts on 2008, 398pp, Paperback, 9780324360752 organizations follow systematic, predictable patterns. The authors blend of substance and readability-- including a wealth of research and examples from around the world--results in a text that is authoritative and richly detailed. NEW TO THIS EDITION This Fifth Edition features expanded and updated www.cengageasia.com 71

74 OD is headed, Part 6 on strategic change interventions Organization Development has been completely rewritten. The authors have and Change added dynamic strategy making, completely revised the section on organization design, leveraged the design section to more deeply explore integrated strategic change, and completely revised the sections on organization learning, built to change, and culture change. Sustainability: A new chapter (Chapter 21), focusing on OD practices intended to improve and balance organizations economic, social, and ecological outcomes, has been added. This topic is a growing area of OD practice and one that will continue to expand. Key Chapter Revisions: Other chapters have received ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND important updates and improvements. Chapter 7s CHANGE, 10E description of designing interventions, in keeping Thomas G. Cummings, University of Southern California; Christopher with the global integration described above, has G. Worley, University of Southern California been rewritten to account for cross-cultural values in interventions. In Chapter 22, the sections on OD Market-leading ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND in Healthcare, Education, Government, and Family CHANGE, 10th Edition blends rigor and relevance in a Businesses have been completely re-written by new comprehensive and clear presentation. The authors and familiar guest authors. Finally, Chapter 23--Future work from a strong theoretical foundation to describe, Directions in Organization Development--has in practical terms, how behavioral science knowledge received a thorough revision based on the authors can be used to develop organizational strategies, recent research. structures, and processes. Cengage Learning Testing Powered by Cognero is a NEW TO THIS EDITION flexible, online system that allows you to: author, edit, and manage test bank content from multiple Cengage Integration and Flow: The chapter sequence from Learning solutions; create multiple test versions in previous editions has been maintained, but the an instant; and deliver tests from your LMS, your total number of chapters was reduced from 25 to 23, classroom or wherever you want. better integrating the content. A more integrated presentation of the diagnostic process was created by FEATURES combining two chapters into one. Similarly, combining Learning Objectives: Each chapter opens with succinct the chapters on data collection, analysis, and feedback objectives for the student to learn and understand as into one forms a more tightly integrated description. they read the chapter. Finally, there is a consistent organization design Applications: Each chapter includes several short framework in the diagnosis, structural design, and applications where different OD interventions strategic change sections. or processes were used in practice. These shorts Global Integration: The overall integration and cases often describe how OD is used in well-known flow of material has been improved by making a organizations. concerted attempt to address global issues and Cases: Case studies at the end of each major part in global perspectives throughout the text. This edition the book permit a more in-depth discussion of the OD shows a concentrated effort to dramatically reduce process, using real-world examples. the North American bias and to cite European, Asian, Global: A strong cross-cultural and global orientation Australian, South American, and where possible, is maintained throughout the book. The text describes African examples. how interventions can be affected by cultural context Strategic Emphasis Continued: Reflecting on where and applications and case use organization from 72 www.cengageasia.com

75 around the world. Organization Theory CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Organization Development. Part I: OVERVIEW OF ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT. 2. The Nature of Planned Change. 3. The Organization Development Practitioner. Part II: THE PROCESS OF ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT. 4. Entering and Contracting. 5. Diagnosing. 6. Collecting, Analyzing, and Feeding Back Diagnostic Information. 7. Designing Interventions. 8. Managing Change. 9. Evaluating and Institutionalizing Organization Development Interventions. CASES. Part III: HUMAN PROCESS INTERVENTIONS. 10. Interpersonal and Group ORGANIZATION THEORY AND DESIGN Process Approaches. 11. Organization Process WITH CB COURSESMART EBOOK, 11E Approaches. CASES. Part IV: TECHNOSTRUCTURAL Richard L. Daft, Vanderbilt University INTERVENTIONS. 12. Structural Designs. 13. CB CourseSmart eBook The ultimate eBook Employee Involvement. 14. Work Design. CASES. experience has arrived! Easily access our eBooks with Part V: HUMAN RESOURCE INTERVENTIONS. 15. features that will improve your reading experience, Performance Management. 16. Talent Management. and tools to help you take notes and organize your 17. Workforce Diversity and Wellness. CASES. Part studies. Discover some of the most progressive VI: STRATEGIC CHANGE INTERVENTIONS. 18. thinking about organizations today as acclaimed b Transformational Change. 19. Continuous Change. 20. usiness author Richard Daft blends contemporary, Transorganization Change. CASES. Part VII: SPECIAL innovative organizational ideas with proven classic APPLICATIONS OF ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT. theories and effective business practices. The result is 21. Organization Development for Economic, Ecological, a best-selling book--ORGANIZATION THEORY AND and Social Outcomes. 22. Organization Development in DESIGN--thats as enjoyable and engaging as it is useful Nonindustrial Settings: Health Care, School Systems, the and informative. Youll see, firsthand, how well-known organizations cope and even thrive within todays Public Sector, and Family-Owned. 23. Future Directions rapidly changing, highly competitive, international in Organization Development. Integrative Cases. environment. Featured organizations include BP, 2015, 832pp, Hardback, 9781133190455 Disney/Pixar, Volvo, Barnes & Noble, and Cisco Systems. Fascinating detailed examples, contemporary case studies and proven learning features bring organization concepts to life while helping you develop the skills and insights that will leave you well equipped to meet the challenges of todays business world. NEW TO THIS EDITION NEW COURSEMATE STUDY TOOLS FOR STUDENTS: Engaging, trackable, and affordable, the new CourseMate website offers a dynamic way to bring course concepts to life with interactive learning, study, and exam preparation tools that support this printed edition of the text. Provide your students with this robust array of learning tools to enrich their course experience. Students gain immediate access to videos with quizzing and PowerPoint slides, as well as helpful interactive quizzes and engaging games. www.cengageasia.com 73

76 The Engagement Tracker tool, when used, provides preferences to chapter material to heighten interest you with the ability to identify at-risk students while and show relevance of the concepts. its still early enough to help, and also allows you to WORKBOOK EXERCISES PROVIDE HANDS-ON see what resources your student find most valuable. EXPERIENCE: Proven and popular Workbook exercises NEW IN PRACTICE EXAMPLES DEMONSTRATE in each chapter provide an opportunity for students THEORY IN ACTION: This edition contains many to gain more experience working hands-on with the new In Practice examples that illustrate theoretical chapters content. concepts in organizational settings. Many examples are MANAGERS BRIEFCASE HIGHLIGHTS HOW international, and all are based on real organizations. TO APPLY CONCEPTS: Conveniently located in New In Practice cases used within chapters include the chapter margins, this practical feature clearly BP, Cisco Systems, Acer Inc., Volvo, Disney/Pixar, demonstrates to your students how to use the Smart Balance, Barnes & Noble, Johns Hopkins chapters concepts to analyze cases and, ultimately, Medicine, Sandberg Furniture, Every Child Succeeds, manage organizations most effectively. Huawai Technologies, and more. CASE FOR ANALYSIS ENCOURAGES IN-DEPTH NEW BOOK MARKS EMPHASIZE CURRENT ISSUES THINKING: Driven by intriguing situations in real THROUGH INSIGHTFUL BOOK REVIEWS: Unique businesses, these end-of-chapter cases highlight Book Mark book reviews throughout this edition significant chapter concepts. They are extremely reflect current concerns of todays managers in actual valuable in guiding student analysis and prompting leading organizations. These insightful reviews detail meaningful classroom discussion. how companies are dealing with the challenges of CONTENTS todays changing environment. Several Book Mark features are new for this edition. PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONS. 1. NEW INTERNATIONAL COVERAGE ENHANCES Organizations and Organization Theory. PART 2: ORGANIZATIONAL PURPOSE AND STRUCTURAL GLOBAL VISION OF TEXT: Additional international DESIGN. 2. Strategy, Organization Design, and coverage throughout the text has been added to the Effectiveness. 3. Fundamentals of Organization already robust international representation, giving Structure. PART 3: OPEN SYSTEM DESIGN ELEMENTS. students a truly global view of organization theory. 4. The External Environment. 5. Interorganizational FEATURES Relationships. 6. Designing Organizations for the International Environment. PART 4: INTERNAL DESIGN MANAGING BY DESIGN QUESTIONS INSTANTLY ELEMENTS. 7. Manufacturing and Service Technologies. ENGAGE STUDENTS: These engaging questions 8. Using Information Technology for Control and immediately grab your students attention, giving Coordination. 9. Organization Size, Life Cycle, and them a unique opportunity to actively participate Decline. PART 5: MANAGING DYNAMIC PROCESSES. with the chapter content as they complete three short 10. Organizational Culture and Ethical Values. 11. opinion questions related to the chapters topics. Innovation and Change. 12. Decision-Making Processes. ASSESS YOUR ANSWER FEATURES PROVIDE 13. Conflict, Power, and Politics. INTEGRATIVE CASES. MEANINGFUL BUSINESS CONTEXT: At appropriate 1.0 Developing Global Teams to Meet 21st Century Challenges at W. L. Gore & Associates. 2.0 It Isnt So places throughout the chapter, your students revisit Simple: Infrastructure Change at Royce Consulting. 3.0 and review their Managing by Design question IKEA: Scandinavian Style. 4.0 Custom Chip, Inc. 5.0 First and answer from the beginning of the chapter. This Union: An Office Without Walls. 6.0 Lean Initiatives and in-depth analysis of previous answers allows them Growth at Orlando Metering Company. 7.0 The Plaza to place the information within the context of what Inn. 8.0 Costco: Join the Club. 9.0 The Donor Services theyve already learned in the chapter. Department. 10.0 Cisco Systems: Evolution of Structure. HOW DO YOU FIT THE DESIGN? SELF-TESTS PLACE 11.0 Hartland Memorial Hospital (A): An Inbox Exercise. STUDENTS IN MANAGEMENT ROLES: Now you 12.0 Perdue Farms. Glossary. Name Index. can give your students an opportunity to visualize 2013, 464pp, Paperback, 9789814568760 themselves in the position of manager. These unique questionnaires connect the students personal 74 www.cengageasia.com

77 Principles of Management letters, reflecting how this unique solution speaks in the language of todays learner. NEW TO THIS EDITION The new edition of MGMT features new, real-world examples in each chapter that are taken straight from the headlines. These examples illustrate how the management concepts discussed in the text play out in the day-to-day operations of companies all over the world. MGMT7 also features updated statistics, as well as references to the latest journal and research articles that discuss elements of management theory. FEATURES MGMT 7 (WITH COURSEMATE PRINTED ACCESS CARD), 7E Instructors Manual, Test Bank, Cognero test- Chuck Williams, Butler University generating software, and Microsoft PowerPoint slides are available on the instructors password- Created by the continuous feedback of a student- protected website. tested, faculty-approved process, MGMT 7 delivers An innovative combination of content delivery both a visually appealing, succinct print component, tear- in print and online provides a core text and a wealth out review cards for students and instructors, and of comprehensive multimedia teaching and learning a consistent online offering with CourseMate that assets based on input from student focus groups includes an eBook in addition to a set of interactive digital tools--all at a value-based price and proven and surveys, and from interviews with faculty and to increase retention and outcomes. This innovative students. approach unites todays latest management research Shorter, comprehensive chapters in a modern design with author Chuck Williamss unique storytelling present content in a more engaging and accessible approach in a visually rich yet professional design that format without minimizing coverage for your course. reads like a business periodical. MGMT7 provides a This editions unique design uses a brief, sophisticated streamlined, concepts-driven format with optional presentation with numerous photos, visuals, and exercises, new cases, and new practical applications contemporary examples that help create an engaging, that you can choose to use depending on your accessible format that encourages students to read students needs. The complete suite of fresh learning and reference the book. aids includes downloadable flashcards, videos, MP3 Streamlined chapters offer manageable sections review podcasts, and quick quizzes that allow students to study wherever they are and whenever they have without minimizing coverage. This editions focused time. In addition, Aplias premium student engagement streamlined chapters average 18 pages of powerful online learning solution for management will help coverage that invites students to read. Distilled your students think like managers. This tool allows content emphasizes the best core management you to easily manage the subtle dynamics of teaching principles using author Chuck Williamss relatable Principles of Management, with problem sets that storytelling approach. guide students through a combination of lower- and Chapter-in-review cards at the back of the Student higher-order thinking skills exercises, video cases, Edition provide students a portable study tool that interactive charts/graphs, self-assessments, and vivid contains all of the pertinent information for class examples. Holding students accountable for their own preparation. engagement becomes easy with Aplias assessment Instructor prep cards at the back of the Instructors analytics that track student participation, progress, and performance. Also available with MGMT7 is Cengage Edition make preparation simple with detachable Learnings Write Experience, which helps students write cards for each chapter, offering a quick map of chapter effectively without adding to your workload! Designed content, a list of corresponding PowerPoint and to reach todays students, MGMT7 says it all in four video resources, additional examples, and suggested www.cengageasia.com 75

78 assignments and discussion questions to help you Coming Soon! organize chapter content efficiently. A full suite of unique learning tools that appeal to different learning styles is available to students with the purchase of a new book. Interactive online quizzes, MP3 review podcasts, downloadable flashcards, learning games, and more are only a click away. Chapter videos on DVD, online, and in the instructors manual immediately engage students and jumpstart discussion. Two intriguing video choices for each chapter bring concepts to life. Students synthesize UNDERSTANDING MANAGEMENT, 9E video content and further investigate concepts with Richard L. Daft, Vanderbilt University; Dorothy Marcic, Vanderbilt corresponding Printed Cases in the Instructors University Manual. Workplace videos take viewers into the inner workings of management in Holden Outerwear, Prepare students for management success with this Theo Chocolates, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, engaging survey of modern management practice. and other companies. BizFlix videos feature clips UNDERSTANDING MANAGEMENT, 9E seamlessly from popular Hollywood movies like FRIDAY NIGHT integrates classic management principles with todays LIGHTS and RENDITION that show how management latest management ideas to create a responsive concepts from the chapter apply to life. market-leading text that captivates students. Acclaimed authors Richard Daft and Dorothy Marcic cover CONTENTS management and entrepreneurial issues within small Par t I: INTRODUC TION TO MANAGEMENT. to midsize companies, where most students begin their 1. Management. 2. History of Management. 3. careers, as well as within larger global enterprises. Organizational Environments and Cultures. 4. Ethics Students gain valuable insights into real contemporary and Social Responsibility. Part II: PLANNING. 5. Planning business as they examine todays best management and Decision Making. 6. Organizational Strategy. 7. practices. This edition helps students establish and Innovation and Change. 8. Global Management. Part build on practical skills they can readily apply to future III: ORGANIZING. 9. Designing Adaptive Organizations. or current careers. Engaging examples and numerous 10. Managing Teams. 11. Managing Human Resource skill-building and application exercises in every Systems. 12. Managing Individuals and a Diverse Work chapter help students deepen their understanding and Force. Part IV: LEADING. 13. Motivation. 14. Leadership. refine their management abilities. With a streamlined 15. Managing Communication. Part V: CONTROLLING. format, this edition takes a close look at how change 16. Control. 17. Managing Information. 18. Managing demands innovation and how innovation requires Service and Manufacturing Operations. Endnotes. Name forward-thinking, flexible leaders and organizations. Index. Subject Index. The complete ancillary package of UNDERSTANDING MANAGEMENT, 9E provides flexibility and solid 2015, 464pp, Paperback, 9781285419664 support for your course as you use it to prepare todays students to seize business opportunities and lead change. Be sure you investigate the menu of high-impact digital options available with this edition, including MindTap and Write Experience. NEW TO THIS EDITION This edition includes a new bonus feature that looks at how companies are using smart management practices to reduce their impact on the planet. The Green Power boxed feature in every chapter highlights 76 www.cengageasia.com

79 companies such as Acciona using green real estate with new content that offers a variety of media-based development practices, Subaru Indiana Automotive and text-based questions from which you can choose. creating a zero-landfill manufacturing plant, and SAP These questions are autogradable and feed directly hiring a chief sustainability officer. to the digital gradebook, saving you time in grading. In-text examples, highlighted with blue brackets These questions not only confirm understanding of in this edition, have always provided outstanding key concepts and challenge students to apply what illustrations of forward-thinking businesses, and in theyve learned but also provide valuable feedback to the 9th edition, the companies featured in this section students to reinforce the core content of the course. have been updated to represent a broader range of MindTap for Daft/Marcic Underst anding large and small companies as well as international Management, 9e is a new personal learning experience firms. Students will recognize familiar powerhouses that combines all of your digital assets--readings, such as Toyota, JetBlue, Trader Joes, and Gap Inc. and multimedia, activities, assignments, and assessments- will be introduced to an array of smaller international -into a singular learning path to improve student firms such as Bremen Castings, Inc., Godrej & Boyce, outcomes. Semco, and Illumination Entertainment. FEATURES Managers Self-Test and Spotlight on Skills are two of students favorite features appearing in every chapter ARE YOU READY TO BE A MANAGER? QUESTIONNAIRE of the book, and many of these features have been MAKES MANAGEMENT PERSONAL FOR STUDENTS. updated to reflect the latest in management thinking. A short chapter-opening questionnaire asks students New Spotlight on Skills topics include goal setting, to take a brief personal inventory before they dive time management tips, creative problem solving, into chapter topics, bringing management principles and ace interviewing techniques. New Managers to the forefront through self-assessment. Self-Tests explore students aptitude for servant REMEMBER THIS FEATURES REINFORCE LEARNING. leadership, teach them how to delegate, and help At the end of each major section of a chapter is a them develop a personal mission statement. Remember This bullet-point summary of the key UNDERSTANDING MANAGEMENT, 9E also has concepts, ideas, and terms discussed in that section. been thoroughly updated to provide the latest data The Remember This list gives students an easy way and research findings on important management to review the salient points covered in the chapter. theories, including new technologies, globalization, ON THE JOB VIDEO CASES PROVIDE BEHIND- social media, competitive dynamics, the functioning THE-SCENES INSIGHTS INTO TODAYS BUSINESS of multinational corporations, environmental ENVIRONMENT. An On the Job Applied Video uncertainty, adaptive organizations, and sustainability. Case in each chapter features real-world managers In addition to the On the Job video series, performing their duties in actual business UNDERSTANDING MANAGEMENT 9Es DVD also environments. Managers candidly discuss todays includes a new set of 32 Manager Challenge video challenges and share professional insights during series. Whereas the On the Job videos provide real- brief interviews. These unique Video Cases illustrate world do this examples, the Manager Challenge the real value and application of the management series offers the flip side--the dont do this examples concepts students are learning. youve always wanted to show students. Engaging and CONTENTS often humorous, the videos follow a set of struggling Part I: INTRODUCTION. 1. Innovative Management for managers as they grapple with saving their fictitious a Changing World. Part II: THE ENVIRONMENT. 2. The doughnut company, Caffeine & Crullers. Environment and Corporate Culture. 3. Managing in All developed with the goal of getting students a Global Environment. 4. Managing Ethics and Social to Engage, Connect, Perform, and Lead, a host of Responsibility. Part III: PLANNING. 5. Managerial updated digital solutions facilitate student learning Planning and Goal Setting. 6. Managerial Decision while saving you valuable time. The prebuilt Aplia Making. Part IV: ORGANIZING. 7. Designing Adaptive homework solution has been completely updated Organizations. 8. Managing Change and Innovation. www.cengageasia.com 77

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81 NEW TO THIS EDITION PROBLEM BASED LEARNING APPROACH: Based on the latest findings about how people learn, this unique text uses problem-based learning to have students first do, then learn. Students start with a realistic problem scenario upon which they take action before learning a concept or skill. Action on the problem reveals to students their learning gap, how little they know, which opens students minds to knowledge and synthesis, completing a learning cycle. BUILDING MANAGEMENT SKILLS LESS IS MORE: This skills text is highly focused and An Action-First Approach, International uses small bites. Sixteen shorter chapters capture the Edition essence and critical points for each topic, condensing Richard L. Daft, Vanderbilt University; Dorothy Marcic, Vanderbilt the mass of research material into discrete learning University packages (chapters) for student engagement. This unique management skills text provides you COMPLETE PACKAGE: Instructors are provided a with a new toolbox from which to teach students the menu of teaching tools in the text and instructors difficult and challenging application of managerial manual to guide each students skills learning. theories and concepts. Daft and Marcics action-first CengageNOW FOR DAFT/MARCICS BUILDING approach turns the traditional learning model on its MANAGEMENT SKILLS, International Edition: This end. Instead of starting with concepts and moving robust, online course management system gives to application, this text starts with application, an you more control in less time and delivers better introductory problem or challenge that encourages student outcomes NOW. CengageNOW for BUILDING students to first empty out their ideas so they are MANAGEMENT SKILLS, International Edition ready to understand new ideas and acquire new skills. includes book-specific resources that can be assigned Each chapter provides a menu of teaching resources and graded automatically, along with a menu of for student challenges, engagement, applications, and multimedia tools for students. Flexible assignments, learning, ample opportunity to fill students up with the automatic grading and an exportable gradebook with spot-on management skills theyll need to be successful reports save you valuable time. The Personalized managers. This new learning philosophy leads students Study Plan diagnostic tool empowers students to through a seven-step learning process: 1. Manager master concepts, prepare for exams, and become Challenge, 2. Initial Response, 3. Discover Yourself, 4. more involved in class. Because a modern eBook Discover Knowledge, 5. Action Learning Exercises, 6. is automatically integrated within CengageNOW, Test Your Mettle, and 7. Personal Skills Log. Shorter, you can provide your students with price flexibility highly-focused chapters take students through each for your course! Also, available upon request, of these seven steps, allowing them to capture the CengageNOW can be integrated with a variety of essence and critical points for each topic. The mass Learning Management Systems (i.e. BlackBoard). of research material has been condensed and focused INTEGRATED LEARNING SYSTEM WITH SEVEN into discrete learning packages (chapters) designed BUILDING BLOCKS: Each chapter starts with a specifically for student engagement. Organized around professional video incident to challenge students a new learning philosophy, with new technology and and reveal their personal knowledge gap. Students a coherent learning package for students to acquire then proceed as assigned by their instructor with management skills through an active first do, then questionnaire feedback, text resources, deliberate learn approach, Daft and Marcic have created a practice and team exercises, action learning exercises, truly unique teaching and learning experience with and writing down their takeaways. The building blocks BUILDING MANAGEMENT SKILLS, International are described below. Edition. MANAGER CHALLENGE AND INITIAL RESPONSE: www.cengageasia.com 79

82 The first section of each chapter is a learning challenge Weaknesses. 2. Learning About Yourself. 3. Managing based on a real-world problem faced by a manager. Yourself to Get Things Done. 4. Creative Problem These problems/incidents are provided as short Solving. 5. How Managers Communicate. 6. Becoming an videos that instructors can use to begin the class. Ethical Manager. Part II: INTERPERSONAL. 7. Motivating Cases are also provided for instructors who prefer for Performance. 8. Getting Things Done Through not to show videos. After students watch the original Networks, Relationships, and Influence. 9. Develop video challenge and/or read the associated case, the People with Coaching and Feedback. 10. Handling instructor allows students to solve the problem, either Difficult Conversations, Conflict, and Negotiation. 11. through written analysis, discussion, or role-play. Managing Your Boss. Part III: MANAGING TEAMS AND Trying to respond correctly to the video challenge or ORGANIZATIONS. 12. Managing Teams. 13. Getting problem immediately answers the question implicit Things Done through Performance Management. 14. in the students mind: Why do I need to know this Managing Global Diversity. 15. Positive Leadership. 16. material? This challenge and the students response Managing Positive Change. to it also provides a benchmark of student skill for 2014, 672pp, Paperback, 9781285188225 the students later realization of how much they have learned. DISCOVER YOURSELF: A series of questionnaires allow students to better understand their personal style and competency concerning the subject matter of a particular chapter. When they are aware of their current tendencies, they are better able to internalize new concepts. Follow up Interpret Your Score boxes are included in the Discover Knowledge section of each chapter. DISCOVER KNOWLEDGE: Students are provided with research-based knowledge and ideas. Learning resources within this section of each chapter include EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT, text material, self-assessment interpretations, real- INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 6E world examples, and various engaging boxed features. Chuck Williams, Butler University Students are exposed to multiple perspectives on how the current problem and future problems might Discover how Chuck does management like no one else be solved. with the latest edition of Chuck Williams compelling ACTION LEARNING EXERCISES: Individual deliberate EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT, 6e, International Edition. practice exercises, in-class team exercises, and field This captivating text and comprehensive multimedia team exercises are provided so students can apply and package help you reach every student in your test their new knowledge and skills. Action learning management course with the learning style or means learning by doing, individually or in teams both combination of learning approaches that are ideal inside and outside the classroom. for their individual needs. No one else puts strong TEST YOUR METTLE: Students are enabled to management theories into practice like award-winning apply their new skills to new problems and cases, educator Chuck Williams. Organized around traditional including role-play exercises, case incidents, and management functions, this books student-oriented video applications. Students can be challenged with approach uses brief, clearly identified sections of text new exercises and incidents to expand their learning and a chapter outline system that reflect how todays even further. They can again learn based on their own multi-task-oriented students learns best. Fresh visuals, actions rather than from text memorization. the latest examples, and meaningful applications CONTENTS reflect management practices today. Proven learning features move students beyond simple memorization Part I: PERSONAL. 1. Your Manager Strengths and 80 www.cengageasia.com

83 to explore individual and group decision making, MANAGEMENT TEAM DECISIONS EMPHASIZE consider practical ethics, and even inventory personal THE IMPORTANCE OF TEAMS: From sports to school management abilities using Self-Assessments. Unique to work and life, working in teams has become an videos demonstrate behind-the-scenes management increasingly important part of ensuring success concepts that correspond to this edition or present today. Management Team Decision exercises give scenes from major motion pictures that demonstrate your students practical experience working in real management in action. The multimedia resources for management teams to solve situational workplace EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT, 6e, International Edition dilemmas. offer award-winning study tools including student self- NEW WHAT WOULD YOU DO? CHAPTER- quizzes. Chucks approach does management in a way OPENING CASES PRESENT MANAGEMENT AT ITS that reaches every one of your students every time. BEST: Students begin each chapter with much more NEW TO THIS EDITION than a simple read, as all-new engaging cases place them into active roles as managers within well-known NEW Aplia for EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT, 6E, organizations. Students experience, first-hand, actual International Edition: Have your students think like management issues as intriguing chapter-opening managers with Aplias premium student engagement cases personalize dilemmas and highlight common tool for management. This tool allows you to easily managerial challenges related to chapter content. manage the subtle dynamics of teaching Principles Solutions appear in the Instructors Manual, giving of Management, with problem sets that guide you flexibility to assign these as cases or to use them students through calculated combination of lower to launch class lectures. order thinking skills exercises and higher order thinking skills exercises. Engaging media is seamlessly FEATURES integrated throughout including video cases, Engaging, trackable, and affordable, the new interactive charts/graphs, self-assessments, and vivid Management CourseMate website offers a dynamic examples. Holding students accountable for their own way to bring course concepts to life with interactive engagement becomes easy with Aplias dynamic and learning, study, and exam preparation tools that flexible grading system, including grade analytics support this printed edition of the text. Watch student and easy gradebook export tools that allow Aplia to comprehension soar with all-new flash cards and work with any learning management system. Aplia engaging games, audio summaries, self assessments, assignments match the language, style, and structure streaming videos, and more in this textbook-specific of EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT, 6E, International website. A complete e-book provides you with the Edition allowing your students to apply what they choice of an entire online learning experience. learn directly to their work outside the classroom. Management CourseMate goes beyond the book to NEW REEL TO REAL VIDEO PACKAGE BRINGS deliver what you need! MANAGEMENT INTO ACTION IN YOUR INTEGRATED SELF-ASSESSMENTS PERSONALIZE CLASSROOM: Immediately engage your students MANAGEMENT SKILLS: Help your students gain a with Reel to Real Video choices. BizFlix videos present better understanding of their personal management short clips from popular Hollywood movies, such as potential with an entire suite of self-assessments. Charlie Wilsons War and Played, to visually connect Students examine how their personal attitudes, abstract management concepts to concepts familiar perspectives, and behaviors affect their abilities to students. Management Workplace videos take an as managers. Assessments and insights not only in-depth look into daily operations and management personalize your courses content but also encourage issues inside well-known organizations, such as Living active connections between the content and your Social, Barcelona Restaurant Group, and Holden students own experiences. Outerwear. Teaching notes, additional discussion ENGAGING NARRATIVE APPROACH APPEALS TO questions, and comprehension quizzes maximize TODAYS STUDENT: No one else captivates your these resources. students with strong management theories put N E W M A N A G E M E N T D E C I S I O N S A N D into practice like master story-teller and award- www.cengageasia.com 81

84 winning educator Chuck Williams. Chuck weaves the Coming Soon! latest management stories and intriguing examples throughout this edition to help students connect management theory and application in a way they both understand and enjoy. The books student- centered approach uses a numbered chapter outline system and small sections of text to guide todays busy student through multiple study sessions. WHAT REALLY WORKS CLARIFIES TODAYS RESEARCH FINDINGS: In the midst of todays conflicting and ever-changing research results, FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT, What Really Works? features use the meta-analysis INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 7E research tool (a study of studies) to analyze conflicting Ricky W. Griffin, Texas A&M University or multiple theories. Your students clearly see what management strategies are actually effective in Provide your students with the strong theoretical each particular situation. This features serves as an and functional framework they need for success in excellent tool for initiating class discussion. management today with this brief option that gives DOING THE RIGHT THING PRESENTS ETHICAL you the flexibility to integrate your own cases, exercises ADVICE FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS: These brief, ethical and projects throughout your course. FUNDAMENTALS decision-making examples emphasize the increasingly OF MANAGEMENT, 7E, International Edition from important issue of ethics in management today. respected leading management author Ricky Griffin Practical, useful advice guides students in becoming invites students into the study of management with more ethical business managers as they explore a a dynamic approach efficiently organized around range of practical topics, such as ethical competitive the functions of management. Students strengthen analysis, dealing with gifts from suppliers, and their management skills with a proven balance of avoiding conflicts of interest. theory and practice as well as numerous, engaging CONTENTS learning features. New and revised First Things First opening vignettes draw students into each PART I: INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT. 1. chapter, while clear learning objectives and chapter Management. 2. Organizational Environments and outlines, summaries of key points and key terms, and Cultures. 3. Ethics and Social Responsibility. PART numerous student-oriented skill applications and new II: PLANNING. 4. Planning and Decision Making. 5. cases keep students focused and actively learning. Organizational Strategy. 6. Innovation and Change. New Tough Times, Tough Choices features reflect 7. Global Management. PART III: ORGANIZING. 8. todays emerging management topics and challenges, Designing Adaptive Organizations. 9. Managing Teams. including the economic crisis and energy crisis. New 10. Managing Human Resource Systems. PART IV: Building Skills exercises equip future managers to LEADING. 11. Motivation. 12. Leadership. 13. Managing handle some of todays most critical business situations. Communication. PART V: CONTROLLING. 14. Control. Prepare your students for management today with 15. Managing Information. 16. Managing Service and the current, concise approach in FUNDAMENTALS OF Manufacturing Operations. Glossary. Name Index. MANAGEMENT, 7E, International Edition that gives you Subject Index. the flexibility you need to make each course your own. 2014, 624pp, Paperback, 9781133586296 NEW TO THIS EDITION ALL-NEW BOXED FEATURES HIGHLIGHT TODAYS MOST INTRIGUING CHALLENGES OR EMERGING MANAGEMENT ISSUES. Focus students attention on topics of increasing interest or importance in management today with these engaging boxed 82 www.cengageasia.com

85 features throughout this edition. Ethically Speaking what theyve learned in the chapter. BUILDING boxes examine the increasing importance of ethics SKILLS Exercises give students valuable advice on while Greening the Business boxes discuss the how to approach various management situations environmental impacts of business. The More Things most effectively. The exercises build upon the overall Change boxes focus on the ever-evolving business managerial skills framework from the books first climate. chapter and give students hands-on opportunities to NEW AND REVISED MANAGEMENT IN ACTION improve personal management skills. CHAPTER-OPENING VIGNETTES INTRODUCE CONTENTS KEY MANAGEMENT TOPICS. Engaging real-world scenarios open each chapter, capturing students PART I: AN INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT. 1. attention with unforgettable examples from Understanding the Managers Job. 2. The Environment of Organizations and Managers. PART II: PLANNING. recognizable organizations, such as Netflix and 3. Planning and Strategic Management. 4. Managing Citigroup. Contemporary topics like Fair Trade and Decision Making. 5. Entrepreneurship and New Hybrid Vehicles are also explored. Corresponding Venture Management. PART III: ORGANIZING. 6. You Make the Call end-of-chapter exercises place Organization Structure and Design. 7. Organization students in a consulting role, while referring back to Change and Innovation. 8. Managing Human Resources the chapter-opening vignettes. in Organizations. PART IV: LEADING. 9. Basic Elements NEW AND REVISED CLOSING CASES CHALLENGE of Individual Behavior in Organizations. 10. Managing STUDENTS TO APPLY CONCEPTS TO TODAYS REAL Employee Motivation and Performance. 11. Leadership MANAGEMENT SITUATIONS. Detailed Case Studies and Influence Processes. 12. Communication in at the end of each chapter ask students to apply new Organizations. 13. Managing Work Groups and Teams. concepts or management ideas to actual management PART V: CONTROLLING. 14. Basic Elements of Control. and business scenarios drawn from companies such 15. Managing Operations, Quality, and Productivity. as Steinway Piano, groups like the Auto Industry, and 2014, 512pp, Paperback, 9781133627531 theories such as GroupThink. FEATURES PRACTICAL, MANAGEABLE APPROACH PROVIDES SOLID THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK. This concise text by well respected, experienced author Ricky Griffin provides a strong theoretical, yet functional, framework for the study of management. The text combines streamlined discussion with engaging pedagogical tools and student-focused, skill- development applications. This books lively, current content and variety of materials answer the need for a more flexible approach to management education. Management with CB CourseSmart SUMMARIES OF LEARNING OBJECTIVES AND KEY ebook POINTS PROVIDE LISTS FOR QUICK STUDENT Ranjay Gulati, Harvard Business School; Anthony J. Mayo, Harvard REVIEW. This edition replaces traditional paragraph- Business School; Nitin Nohria, Harvard Business School form summaries with bulleted lists that make it easier The goal of Gulati/Mayo/Nohrias MANAGEMENT is for students to quickly key concepts scan and study to prepare students for leadership positions in 21st in a time-effective manner. century companies by addressing the many facets HANDS-ON EXERCISES GUIDE STUDENTS IN involved in answering one key question: How are APPLYING THE CONCEPTS LEARNED IN EACH leaders successfully managing competitive companies CHAPTER. Each meaningful chapter concludes with in the 21st century? Todays constantly changing a Skills Self-Assessment Instrument and Experiential business environment presents challenges and Exercise. These valuable tools help students apply opportunities that are more dynamic and complex www.cengageasia.com 83

86 than ever before, requiring a clear understanding designed to help students Think Like Managers by of the interactive nature of strategy, organizational showing them how management is relevant to their design, and leadership. MANAGEMENT, written by own lives, helping them understand critical course prominent Harvard management educators Ranjay concepts, and providing opportunities to apply Gulati, Anthony Mayo, and Nitin Nohria, is the only management concepts to real world situations to introductory management text on the market to improve leadership decision making skills. address this challenge by taking an integrated and MINDTAP FOR MANAGEMENT is a new personal holistic approach to management, as opposed to learning experience that combines all your digital a functional approach, making it more relevant to assets readings, multimedia, activities, and how todays organizations run. By demonstrating assessments into a singular learning path to improve the interconnectivity among the three key pillars student outcomes. MindTap offers complimentary of management, students clearly see how decisions web-apps known as MindApps. MindApps range impact strategic choices, organizational alignment, and from ReadSpeaker (which reads the text out-loud to leadership approaches, ultimately leading to the overall students), to Kaltura (allowing you to insert your own performance of the company. MindTap for Gulati/ video and audio into your curriculum) to ConnectYard Mayo/Nohrias MANAGEMENT, built from the ground (allowing you to create digital yards through social up with this first edition, fosters the skill development media all without friending your students). Aplia needed for students to truly think like managers. This is an app within MindTap as well. www.cengage.com/ entirely unique approach will ultimately develop a mindtap. sustainable and successful leadership style, better Write Experience allows you to help students write preparing students for subsequent higher level courses effectively without adding to your workload! Write and making them more marketable upon graduation. Experience uses artificial intelligence to score student Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http:// writing instantly and accurately. It also provides gocengage.com/infotrac. students with detailed revision goals and feedback on their writing, to help them improve written FEATURES communication and critical thinking skills. www. MANAGEMENT addresses the interconnectivity of cengage.com/writeexperience. three key pillars: Strategic Position, Organizational Design & Structure, and Individual Leadership, taking CONTENTS a more dynamic and integrated approach rather than PART I: SETTING THE CONTEXT FOR MANAGEMENT. a linear one. 1. Introduction to Management. 2. The Global A Self-Reflection starts each chapter, giving students Business Environment. 3. Ethics and Corporate Social a reality check that will help them place themselves Responsibility. PART II: STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE. 4. in the context of the chapter. Introduction to Strategy. 5. Business-Level Strategy. 6. The Leadership Development Journey is a Corporate-Level Strategy. PART III: ORGANIZATIONAL comprehensive skills-based activity that allows PERSPECTIVE. 7. Organizational Structure and Design. students to develop who they are and who they will 8. Organizational Culture. 9. Managing Human Capital. be as managers. This feature translates the theory 10. Performance Management. 11. Organizational into actionthe what into how. Change. PART IV: INDIVIDUAL PERSPECTIVE. 12. A Different View helps define the gray areas within Leadership in Organizations. 13. Becoming a Leader: the business landscape, providing the students a Knowing Yourself. 14. Power and Influence. 15. Decision- glimpse of how the chapter concepts translate into a Making. 16. Conflict & Negotiation. 17. Leading Teams. real-world context by addressing such diverse issues 18. Motivation. 19. Communication. 20. Networking. as reducing carbon footprint, leading a Small Giant, leading in a globalized world, democratic workplaces, 2014, 592pp, Paperback, 9789814591980 managing positive office politics, motivation in the Other Available CTE Bundle Options: 21st Century, and nonprofit networking. Case in Point activities ask students to further explore Management with MindTap. 9789814591935 Management with CengageNOW case examples and provide research opportunities Management with Aplia based on text content. Aplia is an interactive, online learning solution that increases student effort and engagement. Aplia is 84 www.cengageasia.com

87 must be engaged participants in the learning process. The authors provide feedback for in-text and online assessments, and afford videos for the visual learner. Logical and Sequential Chapter Format: Chapters are organized in an easy-to-follow format. Each chapter contains the following sections: Assessing your Skills: This section contains pre- assessment content. Feedback is available in the Interpretations section as well as online when students complete the interactive assessment. MANAGEMENT SKILLS Learning about the Skills: Student read about the Assessment and Development, International chapters concepts in this section. Engaging photos, Edition figures, tables, and applicable quotes are scattered Ricky Griffin, Texas A&M University; David Van Fleet, Morrison throughout. School of Management and Agribusiness, College of Technology and Innovation, Arizona State University Visualizing the Skills: Addressing the needs of visual learners, students watch a video and respond to the Griffin/VanFleet, MANAGEMENT SKILLS: ASSESSMENT corresponding discussion questions. AND DEVELOPMENT, 1E, International Edition offers a Practicing Your Skills: Students complete relevant comprehensive, real world approach to mastering the exercises aimed at building upon the concepts they skills needed for a career in management. Because have just read about. instructors often express the difficulty of creating an Using Your Skills. Students read two cases and analyze active learning environment, this text offers an active, them to answer the corresponding thought provoking not passive, way for students to learn management questions. skills by challenging students to be self-reflective Extending Your Skills: Students complete both group and asking them to complete numerous assessments, and individual exercises designed to utilize the skills exercises, cases, and other activities. The authors also they are mastering. address another major concern instructors have about Your Skills Now: In Your Skills Now, students once students being visual learners by providing a unique again assess their skills after working through the Visualize the Skill section not found in any other text. chapter content. To better enable students to learn about management, Interpretations: Interpretations are select assessments chapters are organized in an easy-to-follow format that and exercises that contain corresponding scoring keys contains: Assessing Your Skills (pre-assessment scales); and comparison data. Learning About the Skills (concept portion of the text); CONTENTS Practicing Your Skills (exercises); Using Your Skills (case analysis); Extending Your Skills (group and individual 1. Basic Management Skills. 2. Learning and Developing exercises); Visualizing the Skills (video exercises); Management Skills. 3. Time Management Skills. 4. Your Skills Now (assessing skills after working through Interpersonal Skills. 5. Conceptual Skills. 6. Diagnostic the chapter); and Interpretations (scoring keys and Skills. 7. Communication Skills. 8. Decision-Making Skills. comparison data). 9. Technical Skills. 10. Transitioning From Managing to Leading. Appendix A: Managerial Skills Assessment. FEATURES Appendix B: Skills for Finding a Job. Action-Based: Griffin & VanFleets unique approach 2014, 608pp, Paperback, 9781133582953 to MANAGEMENT SKILLS: ASSESSMENT AND DEVELOPMENT, 1e, International Edition is derived from an active learning perspective. While students can learn definitions, models, frameworks, and theories by reading about them, in order for them to actually enhance their managerial capabilities, they www.cengageasia.com 85

88 section have been updated to represent a broader range of large and small companies as well as international firms. Students will recognize familiar powerhouses like Toyota, JetBlue, Trader Joes, and Gap, Inc., and will be introduced to an array of smaller international firms like Bremen Castings Inc., Godrej & Boyce, Semco, and Illumination Entertainment. Managers Shop Talk and Managers Self-Test are two of students favorite features appearing in every chapter throughout the book, and many of these have been updated to reflect the latest in management thinking. New Managers Shop Talk box topics include MANAGEMENT WITH CB COURSESMART goal setting, time management tips, creative problem EBOOK, 11E solving, and ace interviewing techniques, while new Richard L. Daft, Vanderbilt University Managers Self-Tests explore students aptitude for servant leadership, teach them how to delegate, and CB CourseSmart eBook The ultimate eBook help them develop a personal mission statement. experience has arrived! Easily access our eBooks with MANAGEMENT 11e has also been thoroughly features that will improve your reading experience, updated to provide the latest data and research and tools to help you take notes and organize your findings on important management theories, studies. Readers discover the confidence to manage including new technologies, globalization, social and develop the ability to lead with innovative solutions media, competitive dynamics, the functioning in todays rapidly changing business environment with of multinational corporations, environmental Dafts marketing-leading MANAGEMENT, 11E. Daft uncertainty, adaptive organizations, sustainability, explores the emerging themes and management issues most important for managers in businesses today. and many more. Future and current managers learn to look beyond CONTENTS traditional techniques and ideas to tap into a full breadth of management skills. With the best in proven Part I: INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT. 1. Innovative management and new competencies that harness Management for a Changing World. 2. The Evolution of creativity, Daft defines Management. Management Thinking. Part II: THE ENVIRONMENT OF MANAGEMENT. 3. The Environment and Corporate FEATURES Culture. 4. Managing in a Global Environment. 5. This edition includes a new bonus feature that looks Managing Ethics and Social Responsibility. 6. Managing at how companies are using smart management Small Business Start-Ups. Part III: PLANNING. 7. practices to reduce their impact on the planet. The Managerial Planning and Goal Setting. 8. Strategy Green Power boxed feature in every chapter highlights Formulation and Execution. 9. Managerial Decision companies like Acciona using green real estate Making. Part IV: ORGANIZING. 10. Designing Adaptive development practices, Subaru Indiana Automotive Organizations. 11. Managing Change and Innovation. 12. creating a zero-landfill manufacturing plant, SAP Managing Human Resources. 13. Managing Diversity. hiring a chief sustainability officer, and many more. Part V: LEADING. 14. Understanding Individual The new part-ending Integrative Cases also provide Behavior. 15. Leadership. 16. Motivating Employees. 17. examples of environmentally friendly businesses while Managing Communication. 18. Leading Teams. Part VI: simultaneously providing students with noteworthy CONTROLLING. 19. Managing Quality and Performance. examples of good management skills. The cases Appendix: Managing the Value Chain, Web 2.0, and feature both large and small businesses, including E-Business. Hondas development of a natural gas-powered car, 2014, 496pp, Paperback, 9789814568777 UPSs acquisition of a fleet of natural gas-powered trucks, and Clean Energy Fuels Corp.s partnership Other Available CTE Bundle Options: with Navistar International to build a system for Management with CourseMate, 11e. 9789814568784 providing natural gas to fuel these green vehicles. Management with MindTap, 11e. 9789814568814 The Innovative Way sections have always provided Management with CengageNOW, 11e. 9789814568791 outstanding examples of forward-thinking businesses Management with Aplia, 11e. 9789814568807 and in the 11th edition the companies featured in this 86 www.cengageasia.com

89 and the latest research. Students will be able to use these tools for sharing and collaboration as well as up-to-the-minute learning. Responding to users feedback, the authors have incorporated the latest data and information on such emerging topics as managing in turbulent times, the recent global economic recession, downsizing and off shoring, leadership styles, emotional intelligence, new technologies, sustainability and other green issues, the management of a diverse workforce, innovation, MANAGEMENT, 10E entrepreneurship, and intrapreneurship. An Approach to Customer Expectations, Each chapter in the 10th edition now opens with a International Edition fun and engaging self-assessment quiz for students Gemmy S. Allen, North Lake College, Dallas County Community to complete. The quizzes help students explore College District; Warren R. Plunkett, Wright College; Raymond F. Attner, Brookhaven College, Dallas County Community College such relevant topics as 21st-century work-related District skills, openness to change, learning styles, strategic thinking, productivity, decision making, attitudes MANAGEMENT: AN APPROACH TO CUSTOMER about power, and many more. EXPECTATIONS, 10E, International Edition is a The end-of-chapter materials have now been clarified comprehensive survey of the principles and practices and separated into two distinct categories that will of management as they are currently being applied in help instructors formulate the most effective learning the United States and around the world. The content paths for their students: review and assessment and features are structured to reinforce two continuing (including a chapter summary, key terms, basic themes that are woven into the chapters narratives: (1) review questions, and more complex and challenging the never-ending effort by managers and organizations discussion questions) and extension and application to meet or exceed customers needs and (2) the need (including Web 2.0 exercises, Business & Company organizations and their people have to be guided Resource Center exercises, and Experiential Learning by effective leadership. An underlying theme of this Exercises). edition is Enterprise 2.0, meaning the use of social Instructors are asking for more experiential learning media in business. opportunities, and the 10th edition delivers with NEW TO THIS EDITION exercises that will help students explore such timely and valuable topics as essential managerial traits, MANAGEMENT: AN APPROACH TO CUSTOMER quality in production, online selling, the application of EXPECTATIONS, 10E, International Edition branding, organizational concepts, corporate culture, acknowledges the dramatic rise and importance and more. of social media and its uses in business, known A new set of On the Job Video Cases bring all of the collectively as Enterprise 2.0. Examples of Enterprise theoretical management concepts to life by showing 2.0 are woven throughout this edition in examples, how real companies grapple with actual management boxed features, and chapter-ending exercises. Among situations. The videos feature an impressive array the many specific topics explored are Web 2.0 of forward-thinking, ethically based companies, applications, the legal use of email, wikis, blogging including Numi Teas, Flight 001, Evo Gear, and more. software, learning communities, networks, and the NEW COURSEMATE (WITH eBOOK) PREMIUM strategic use of Enterprise 2.0. WEBSITE, INCLUDING A ROBUST SET OF One of this editions authors, Gemmy Allen, will ENGAGEMENT & STUDY TOOLS: Provide your be supporting student learning with supplemental students with a robust array of learning tools to enrich information delivered through social media. Ms. Allen their course experience. Students gain immediate has created a blog, twitter account, and Facebook access to videos with quizzing, interactive self- page that will be regularly updated with tips, ideas, www.cengageasia.com 87

90 assessments, exercises to accompany the optional Business and Company Resource Center (BCRC), as well as helpful interactive quizzes and engaging games. The Engagement Tracker tool, when used, provides you with the ability to identify at-risk students while its still early enough to help, and also allows you to see what resources your student find most valuable. FEATURES Quality Management boxes: Each chapter has a MANAGEMENT, 11E feature on the continuous improvement of the high Principles and Practices, International performance workplace. Edition Global Applications boxes: Each chapter has a feature Ricky W. Griffin, Texas A&M University demonstrating the successful application of one or more of a chapters concepts from the practice of Introduce todays students to management and management in non-U.S. situations. highlight the power of innovation in the workplace with Griffins MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES, CONTENTS 11E, International Edition. This dynamic book, known Part I: FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT. 1. A Broad for its cutting edge research and memorable examples, View of Management. 2. The Evolution of Management takes a functional approach to the process of Thinking. 3. Organizational Culture and Interactive management with a focus on active planning, leading, Forces. Part II: PLANNING FOR GROWTH. 4. Strategic organizing and controlling. This books exceptionally Planning. 5. Achieving Top Quality. 6. Decision Making reader-friendly approach examines todays emerging in Management. Part III: CREATING EFFECTIVE management topics, from the impact of technology and ORGANIZATIONS. 7. Principles of Organization. importance of a green business environment to ethical 8. Designing an Adaptive Organizational Culture. challenges and the need to adapt in changing times. 9. Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics. Part This latest edition builds on proven success to help IV: STAFFING FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE. 10. your students strengthen their management skills with Building A Workforce. 11. Personal and Organizational an effective balance of theory and practice. Numerous Communication. Part V: INFLUENCING BEHAVIOR AND new and popular cases and learning features highlight ACTIONS. 12. Motivating Employees. 13. Organizational the challenges facing todays managers. Hundreds of Leadership. 14. Managing Teams and Work Groups. well-researched contemporary examples, from the Part VI: CONTROLLING OPERATIONS. 15. Systems for large Wegmans to the innovative Snopes.com, vividly Managing Information. 16. The Purpose and Application demonstrate the importance of strong management of Control. Apply What You Know. Appendices. A. to any type of organization. CengageNOW for Operations Management. B. International Management. MANAGEMENT: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES, 11E, C. Succeeding in Your Organization. International Edition provides integrated multimedia resources to draw students into your course and further 2013, 744pp, Paperback, 9780538480550 ensure interaction and comprehension. CourseMate online resources and a complete eBook offer additional concept support to help you prepare your students for management and business career success. NEW TO THIS EDITION CENGAGENOW FOR MANAGEMENT GIVES YOU MORE CONTROL IN LESS TIME AND DELIVERS BETTER STUDENT OUTCOMES. This online course 88 www.cengageasia.com

91 management system includes book-specific resources the climate of global aid and the U.S. Governments and numerous multimedia tools for students. stance on C02 regulation. Flexible assignments, automatic grading and an THE MORE THINGS CHANGE BOXES PROVIDE exportable grade book with reports save you time. INSIGHTS INTO DEALING WITH CHANGE IN THE The Personalized Study Plan diagnostic tool empowers WORKPLACE. Students gain a better understanding students to master concepts, prepare for exams, and of how to handle change in business today as they become more involved in class. An integrated eBook examine how organizations have handled real provides flexibility in price. CengageNOW can be challenges, such as United Airlines pension fund integrated with a variety of Learning Management default, evidence-based management, the recent Systems, such as Blackboard. Wisconsin anti-labor law issues, and whistle blowing. NEW MANAGEMENT IN ACTION OPENING CASES NEW TECHNICALLY SPEAKING BOXES HIGHLIGHT SET THE STAGE FOR CHAPTER CONCEPTS THAT RECENT TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IMPACTING FOLLOW. Dynamic cases highlight large companies, BUSINESS. Students carefully examine the such as Wegmans, as well as small companies, such technological issues and challenges facing companies as Bigfoot Entertainment. Cases also explore student- today. They review technology at work in diverse friendly, intriguing companies, such as Snopes.com. business situations, including online misinformation, Corresponding end-of-chapter You Make the Call technologys impact on Cirque de Soleil, and the exercises ask students to reconsider the opening advent of remote surgeries. case and make a judgment based on the concepts FEATURES theyve learned. NEW MANAGEMENT AT WORK CLOSING CASES REVISED AND NEW BUILDING SKILLS EXERCISES EFFECTIVELY CONCLUDE EACH CHAPTER. These HELP STUDENTS APPLY WHAT THEY HAVE LEARNED. captivating cases challenge students to apply chapter Help future managers learn how to handle critical concepts to actual management situations. These new situations. These useful exercises in each chapter cases cover a range of topics from airline alliances offer insights into approaching various management and managing air traffic controllers to the Carbon situations most effectively. Students improve targeted Mitigation Initiative and more. skills, such as conceptual, diagnostic, decision-making, NEW A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE BOXES HIGHLIGHT time-management, and technical abilities. CHANGES COMPANIES ARE MAKING IN THE FACE CONTENTS OF CHANGING TIMES. Students gain first-hand Part I: AN INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT. 1. insights into how effective companies are adapting Managing and the Managers Job. 2. Traditional and to todays challenges. Feature boxes examine Contemporary Issues and Challenges. Part II: THE development assistance, stress among outsources, ENVIRONMENTAL CONTEXT OF MANAGEMENT. and advantages or disadvantages to diversifying the 3. The Environment and Culture of Organizations. board of directors. 4. The Ethical and Social Environment. 5. The Global NEW ETHICALLY SPEAKING BOXES EXAMINE Environment. 6. The Multicultural Environment. Part PRESSING ETHICAL ISSUES IN TODAYS WORKPLACE. III: PLANNING AND DECISION MAKING. 7. Basic These helpful features highlight ethics challenges Elements of Planning and Decision Making. 8. Managing facing management in the current work environment Strategy and Strategic Planning. 9. Managing Decision and address issues such as workplace bullying and Making and Problem Solving. 10. Managing New drug use. Venture Formation and Entrepreneurship. Part IV: THE NEW GREENING THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CONTROLLING PROCESS. 11. Basic Elements of Control. B O X E S A D D R E S S S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y A N D 12. Managing Operations, Quality, and Productivity. 13. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS. With Managing Information and Information Technology. the importance of green issues in business today, Part V: THE ORGANIZING PROCESS. 14. Basic Elements these new feature boxes address topics of growing of Organizing. 15. Managing Organization Design. 16. importance. Students study issues, such as changing Managing Organization Change and Innovation. 17. www.cengageasia.com 89

92 Managing Human Resources in Organizations. Part recent U.S. laws, contemporary interviews, and just VI: THE LEADING PROCESS. 18. Basic Elements Of completed research. Individual Behavior in Organizations. 19. Managing Nearly all of the text examples and cases have Employee Motivation and Performance. 20. Managing been replaced to keep the content fresh. Students Leadership and Influence Processes. 21. Managing will learn about new aspects of companies theyre Interpersonal Relations and Communication. 22. already familiar with, such as Apple, Google, Wal- Managing Work Groups and Teams. Mart, Yahoo!, Intel, IBM, Pfizer, UPS, Siemens, Facebook, AT&T, Amazon.com, Coca-Cola, Hewlett- 2013, 736pp, Paperback, 9781111969721 Packard, Starbucks, Boeing, Nike, Xerox, and Chanel. In addition, students will discover less-familiar businesses around the world, including Southern Ohio Medical Center, Dominion Farms, Vodafone, DM Bicycle Company, Teva Pharmaceuticals, Boots Drugstores, Quality Float Works, The Sky Factory, Workday, and Rackspace. Since going green has become such an important trend in todays society, the authors have added a new type of boxed feature on Green Management. These sidebars cover such topics as managing limited resources, energy usage as a competitive advantage, PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT, waste management, biodegradable products and INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 12E packaging, alternate energy sources, greenwashing, Carlene M. Cassidy, Anne Arundel Community College; Robert community planning, decreasing airplane usage for Kreitner, Arizona State University business, sustainable HR practices, and more. To enhance the books focus on Ethics, and to provide PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT, 12E, International more opportunities to engage in active learning, the Edition takes a practical, student-oriented approach authors have added a new end-of-chapter group toward teaching management with an emphasis on exercise called the Ethics Exercise. Working in teams, current topics, including issues of diversity, ethics, students will explore ethical management dilemmas and technology. The student-friendly content features like offshoring, unemployment, the accommodation references to pop culture and cites current publications of religious customs in the workplace, censorship, of interest to students. In addition to providing the ethics instruction in colleges, overtime, privacy in management framework and introducing students to the workplace, executive compensation, and more. contemporary management topics, the text provides Due to the popularity of video cases, this edition experiential activities to get students thinking and now features one video case per chapter, including acting like real-life managers. A robust network of background information and discussion questions. supplements helps students to understand the hands- The new set of videos features Numi Teas, Evo Gear, on, real-world application of chapter concepts. Preserve by Recycline, Flight 001, Gold + Williams, NEW TO THIS EDITION and several other notable companies grappling with the application of common management functions. Currency is key in the new edition, which is why the In addition to the standard update of all instructor authors have made every effort to address the hot ancillaries, the new editions Test Bank will be topics todays instructors have asked for: the 2008-09 upgraded to contain more applications-oriented recession, managing in turbulent times, sustainability questions as well as fact-recall questions. and environmental issues, the latest technology, and NEW COURSEMATE (WITH eBOOK) PREMIUM the future of business and management. To address WEBSITE, INCLUDING A ROBUST SET OF these and many more important issues, the authors ENGAGEMENT & STUDY TOOLS: Provide your have included numerous new sources of current data, 90 www.cengageasia.com

93 students with a robust array of learning tools to enrich their course experience. Students gain immediate access to videos with quizzing and PowerPoint slides, as well as helpful interactive quizzes and engaging games. The Engagement Tracker tool, when used, provides you with the ability to identify at-risk students while its still early enough to help, and also allows you to see what resources your student find most valuable. FEATURES PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT, PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT, 12E, International INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 7E Edition offers a distinctive mix of contemporary Chuck Williams, Butler University management theory and application. The skills- centered approach encourages hands-on problem Make todays management theories and applications solving, which helps students understand how meaningful, memorable, and engaging for your concepts relate to real-world practice. students with PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT, 7E, The lively, dynamic magazine looks of the design International Edition. Master storyteller, award-winning makes reading more engaging and entertaining. educator, and accomplished author Chuck Williams The Interactive Annotations scattered throughout uses a captivating narrative style to illuminate todays the book help to re-engage readers interest and most important management concepts and to highlight also encourage them to explore additional, relevant practices that really work in todays workplace. Because information available from other sources, including students retain and better understand information that the Internet. is personally relevant, Dr. Williams weaves more than CONTENTS 50 detailed, unforgettable examples and stories into each chapter in this edition. Proven learning features Part I: THE CHALLENGE OF MANAGEMENT. 1. and self-assessments keep concepts intriguing and Introduction to Management. 2. Managements applicable to students daily lives. In addition, fresh Changing Environment: Globalization and Technology. 3. scenarios, new cases, and new video cases reflect Management Thought: An Evolution. 4. Social and Ethical the latest management innovations at work in well- Responsibilities. 5. Cross-Cultural Competence when known organizations throughout the world. The books Managing Internationally. Part II: HUMAN RESOURCES, comprehensive support package further helps you ORGANIZATION, AND COMMUNICATION. 6. prepare each student for managerial success. Managing Human Resources. 7. The Design of Effective Organizations. 8. Modern Communications. Part III: NEW TO THIS EDITION STRATEGY AND PLANNING. 9. Project Management NEW CengageNOW FOR PRINCIPLES OF and Planning. 10. Strategizing for Success. 11. Problem MANAGEMENT, 7E, International Edition GIVES Solving and Decision Making. Part IV: LEADERSHIP YOU MORE CONTROL IN LESS TIME AND DELIVERS AND MOTIVATION. 12. Performance and Motivation. BETTER STUDENT OUTCOMES. This online course 13. How Groups Work Together. 14. Leadership, Power, management system includes book-specific resources and Influence. 15. Managing Change and Conflict. Part and numerous multimedia tools for students. V: ORGANIZATIONAL CONTROL. 16. Managing Quality Flexible assignments, automatic grading, and an and Control. exportable gradebook with reports save you time. The Personalized Study Plan diagnostic tool empowers 2013, 608pp, Paperback, 9781111525644 students to master concepts, prepare for exams, and become more involved in class. An integrated eBook provides flexibility in price. CengageNOW can be integrated with a variety of Learning Management www.cengageasia.com 91

94 Systems, such as Blackboard. NEW MANGEMENT TREND AND MANAGEMENT NEW APLIA PREMIUM STUDENT ENGAGEMENT FACT BOXES. Through the text, new feature boxes TOOL ENCOURAGES STUDENTS TO THINK LIKE highlight cutting-edge research into management MANAGERS. This leading online assignment solution studies, as well as the innovative management for management is fully integrated with the text. practices that leading companies use in everyday Problem sets provide calculated combinations of both business. lower order and higher order thinking skills exercises. NEW ASSIGNMENTS HELP KEEP YOUR COURSE UP Engaging video cases and interactive charts and TO DATE. Many new Management Decision and graphs seamlessly integrate with self-assessments new Management Team Decision assignments put and vivid examples. You can easily hold students students in contemporary management positions accountable for their own engagement. A flexible and ask them to resolve organizational situations. grading system offers grade analytics and gradebook Resolutions to these engaging cases are available in export tools to work with any learning management the Instructors Manual, providing you with strong system. Aplia can be integrated with a variety of discussion tools or assignments to verify student Learning Management Systems, such as Blackboard. mastery of chapter concepts. Additional new NEW MANAGEMENT WORKPLACE VIDEOS Management Team Decision cases for select chapters DEMONSTRATE MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS IN are specifically designed for group assignments. ACTION. Nothing helps students master management FEATURES concepts like seeing them put into practice in the real world. New Management Workplace videos take an WHATS NEW COMPANIES DIRECTS ATTENTION in-depth look into the inner workings of intriguing, TO THE LATEST EXAMPLES IN THIS EDITION. This successful companies, such as Mitchell Gold + Bob edition keeps you and your students up to date on the Williams, Holden Outerwear, Camp Bow Wow, and latest developments in management with numerous others. memorable, current examples. Now you can easily WHATS NEW COMPANIES DIRECTS ATTENTION direct your attention to the latest examples in this TO THE LATEST EXAMPLES IN THIS EDITION. This new edition with the unique Whats New? icon. This edition keeps you and your students up to date on the callout highlights dozens of new examples that bring latest developments in management with numerous stories from todays business section of the newspaper memorable, current examples. Now you can easily into your classroom for engaging discussion. direct your attention to the latest examples in this DETAILED STUDY TIPS DIRECT STUDENTS EFFORTS. new edition with the unique Whats New? icon. This Knowing how to study effectively is not an innate callout highlights dozens of new examples that bring talent. Realizing this, author Chuck Williams has stories from todays business section of the newspaper provided a new, useful Study Tip as part of each into your classroom for engaging discussion. chapter opener. Eighteen different Study Tips ALL-NEW WHAT WOULD YOU DO? CHAPTER- give students many proven options for effectively OPENING CASES PLACE STUDENTS IN reviewing key manager concepts and mastering MANAGEMENT ROLES. Each chapter opens with chapter content. an all-new engaging case that explores actual CHAPTERS ORGANIZED INTO MANAGEABLE management problems within a well-known company, SECTIONS AND CLEAR OUTLINES ENABLE STUDENT such as Netflix, DuPont, Delta Airlines, and Louis STUDY. Detailed outlines with numbered sections at Vuitton. Questions following the case challenge the beginning of each chapter correspond with clear students to determine what they would do if they Learning Objectives to assist todays busy student were the managers in each situation. This personalizes in reading and study. Because students are often the dilemma as students apply their skills to common unable to read an entire chapter in one sitting, these managerial problems. Solution to these chapter- numbered headings help the reader easily locate their opening casescalled What Really Happened? place within the chapter. Detailed chapter reviews at appear in the Instructors Manual. the end of the book relate back to each section further reinforcing learning. 92 www.cengageasia.com

95 CONTENTS communications, effective teams, virtual teams, PART I: INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT. 1. budget controls, corporate governance Management . 2. Histor y of Management . 3. Raft of new and up to date examples. Companies Organizational Environments and Culture. 4. Ethics and include Brumbys, Nortel, Toyota, Google, Toll Social Responsibility. PART II: PLANNING. 5. Planning Holdings, Facebook, Dodo, Qantas, Caterpillar, and Decision Making. 6. Organizational Strategy. 7. Teds Cameras, eHarmony, Kimberley Clark, Sun Innovation and Change. 8. Global Management. PART Microsystems, Nokia, Qld Flood crisis, Dell III: ORGANIZING. 9. Designing Adaptive Organizations. Each Chapter opens with a self test that encourages 10. Managing Teams. 11. Managing Human Resource students to assess their own skills and attitudes as Systems. 12. Managing Individuals and a Diverse related to each chapter topic. The self tests provoke Work Force. PART IV: CONTROLLING. 13. Control. student to consider their strengths or weaknesses in 14. Managing Information. 15. Managing Service and different areas, and how these may influence the way Manufacturing Operations. PART V: LEADING. 16. to approach or experience various opportunities and Motivation. 17. Leadership. 18. Communication. difficulties in the workplace Management Challenge vignette that encourage 2013, 864pp, Paperback, 9781111969820 students to evaluate how key chapter concepts apply in real-life scenarios Management in Practice boxed feature relates theory to practice by exploring practical applications of management in the real world by profiling businesses, people and projects Innovative Way boxed feature highlights companies and managers at the forefront of innovation in management practice Capstone Chapter Making Effective Management Happen: contains material covering core principles and practices of successful companies and poor MANAGEMENT, 4E practices that lead companies to underperform or fourth Asia Pacific Edition fail. It holistically brings together theory, integrating Danny Samson, University of Melbourne; Richard L. Daft, Vanderbilt it into effective practical concepts to show outcomes University in real action in the real world This 4th Asia-Pacific edition of Management maintains End of Chapter Group Challenge engages students in its comprehensive theoretical base while bringing the point/counterpoint debates about the tensions that challenges of management to life with hundreds of exist in all levels of management real-world examples. FEATURES NEW TO THIS EDITION Case studies strategically placed throughout the Sustainable development integrated throughout, chapters to illustrate the application of management each chapter includes coverage of the aspects of concepts to specific companies. These in-text sustainability relevant to the chapter topic examples cover a range of well-known local and Increased coverage of not-for-profit organisations, international companies that put students in touch social enterprises, technological advances, business with the real world of organisations so that they can intelligence, intelligence teams, crisis planning, appreciate the value of management concepts network approach, the social contract, diversity CONTENTS management, personality and behaviour, stress Part I: Introduction to management 1. The changing management, leadership theories, followship, work world of management 2. The evolution of management engagement, organisational communications, gender thinking Part II: The environment of management 3. www.cengageasia.com 93

96 The environment and corporate culture 4. Managing leading, and control. This edition addresses emerging in a global environment 5. Ethics, social responsibility issues, such as sustainability and environmental and sustainable development 6. The environment of concerns, management in difficult times, employee entrepreneurship and small-business management morale, diverse workforces, and teamwork. Part III: Planning 7. Organisational planning and goal NEW TO THIS EDITION setting 8. Strategy formulation and implementation NEW COVERAGE OF EMERGING TOPICS PREPARES 9. Managerial decision making Part IV: Organising 10. STUDENTS TO MANAGE IN DIFFICULT AND Fundamentals of organising 11. Managing change to CHANGING TIMES. All of the chapters reflect the achieve performance 12. Human resource management latest developments, management research, and 13. Managing diversity Part V: Leading 14. Dynamics of todays most current management trends. This edition behaviour in organisations 15. Leading in organisations now discusses key emerging topics that instructors 16. Motivation 17. Communication in organisations and students have requested most, including 18. Teamwork in organisations Part VI: Controlling sustainability and environmental concerns, managing 19. Managerial and quality control 20. Managing the in difficult and changing times, dealing with employee Value Chain, Information Technology and e-business morale, managing a diverse workforce, working in Capstone Chapter: Making effective management teams, and other topics of growing importance. happen NEW EMPHASIS ON ETHICS SHOWS STUDENTS 2012, 904pp, Paperback, 9780170192705 HOW TO HANDLE TODAYS MOST CHALLENGING ETHICAL DILEMMAS. New coverage throughout Chapter 3 examines unethical decisions and moral issues; discusses ethical temptations such as extraordinary compensation; and reviews of ethics involved when deceiving investors, using the memorable example of Bernard L. Madoff. NEW DISCUSSION OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE ISSUES PREPARES STUDENTS FOR GLOBAL BUSINESS CHALLENGES. New coverage in Chapter 2 demonstrates how future managers can cope with the dangerous and defective products involved in international trade. MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS, NEW COVERAGE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 9E RESPONSIBILITY OFFERS STUDENTS MEMORABLE Andrew J. DuBrin, Rochester Institute of Technology PERSPECTIVES. New discussion within this edition Focus on the fundamental principles and practices thoroughly explores the cognitive, linguistic, of effective management today with DuBrins and conative components of corporate social comprehensive, yet concise, MANAGEMENT responsibility. Expanded coverage also addresses ESSENTIALS, 9E, International Edition. This brief environmental protection as a social responsibility. but thorough new edition functions both as a solid NEW MATERIAL ON SOCIAL MEDIA EQUIPS introduction for new students or an in-depth review of STUDENTS TO USE THIS GROWING TOOL IN core concepts and the latest research and applications BUSINESS. This edition highlights the use of social for working professionals. Written from the first edition media as a communication channel within the as an essentials text, this book is not a condensation of organization (Ch. 12) as well as an important tool in a larger text, but provides concise, complete coverage customer relationships (Ch. 14). that clearly translates the latest research, theories, NEW PERSPECTIVES ON CREATIVITY, INNOVATION and management experiences into actual practice. The authors proven functional approach introduces the AND TECHNOLOGY PREPARE STUDENTS TO role of a manager and todays managerial environment PERFORM AT THEIR BEST. This edition explores before exploring critical topics in planning, organizing, the latest developing technology, such as cloud 94 www.cengageasia.com

97 computing (Ch. 14), and its impact on management thought-provoking applications, Lussier challenges and the inner workings of organizations today. students to think critically and apply concepts to Additional coverage highlights tips on increasing their own experiences. Proven skill-building exercises, creativity (Ch. 5) and demonstrates how controls can behavioral models, self-assessments, and group exercises throughout the text help students realize limit innovation (Ch. 15). their managerial potential. The 14-chapter format CONTENTS is comprehensive enough for a one-term course, BRIEF CONTENTS PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO yet flexible enough to allow for additional readings, MANAGEMENT. 1. What Is the Managers Job? 2. activities, or discussions. Cultural Diversity and International Management. 3. NEW TO THIS EDITION Social Responsibility and Ethics. Part I: CASES. PART II: PLANNING. 4. Planning Essentials. 5. Decision Updated Ideas on Management opening vignettes are Making and Problem Solving. 6. Techniques for included (four are new; the rest have been revised to Planning and Decision Making. Part II: CASES. PART include up-to-date information and topics). III: ORGANIZING. 7. Work Schedules and Job Design. Added margin notes throughout the chapters 8. Structure, Culture, and Change in Organizations. show where answers to Review Questions and 9. Talent and Human Resource Management. Part III: Communication Skills questions are discussed in the Cases. PART IV: LEADING. 10. Leadership. 11. Motivation. chapter. 12. Communicating within Organizations. 13. Working New video case options are provided: BixFlix and On In Teams and Work Groups. Part IV CASES. PART V: the Job. CONTROLLING. 14. Technology and e-Commerce. 15. Control Essentials. 16. How to Manage Ineffective FEATURES Performers. Part V: CASES. PART VI: MANAGING Ideas on Management chapter-opening vignettes FOR PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS. 17. Managing Stress and Enhancing Personal Productivity. Part VI: CASES. are used in each chapter. They examine a company Glossary. Index. that is familiar to students, such as the Gap clothing store, and link this company to the chapter topic. 2012, 720pp, Paperback, 9781111525583 Throughout the chapter, the opening vignette is revisited, further linking the chapter material to a well-known company. Learning Outcomes: At the beginning of each chapter, conceptual prioritiesstated as learning outcomes are highlighted. Later, as chapters unfold, learning outcomes are repeated so that students are aware of the pedagogical support underlying each outcome, ensuring that they stay connected to the chapters core concepts. Skill-Builder Exercises: True to the texts drill-and- practice approach, these end-of-chapter skill- building exercises provide hands-on experiments in MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS, 5E the practice and application of management skills. Concepts, Applications, Skill Development, International Edition Students work through the exercises on their own, Robert N. Lussier, Springfield College but options for in-class debriefing and group work are provided in the accompanying Instructors Manual. Using a three-pronged approach of concepts, Video Cases provide students with another relevant applications, and skill development, MANAGEMENT link from the chapter topic and material to a popular FUNDAMENTALS: CONCEPTS, APPLICATIONS, SKILL movie, as well as to real-life companies. DEVELOPMENT, International Edition gives students Applying the Concept Boxes: Several short multiple- a solid foundation of management concepts and skills choice exercises appear in each chapter to gauge they can use in the workplace. Through a variety of student understanding of key concepts as they www.cengageasia.com 95

98 continue their reading. its seventh edition, the text includes new case studies, Work Applications: A unique self-study tool, these an updated glossary and a wide range of additional short applications ask students to take a quick pedagogical features designed to support learning inventory of their experiences and relate them to and encourage reflective thinking. Deliberately managerial roles, resources, functions, and decisions. arranged in concise chapters for easier comprehension, In-Text Self-Assessments: These student-centered Management: Theory and Practice encompasses and practice-oriented assessments are designed to all topics commonly taught on business courses at reinforce the students growing management skills undergraduate and post experience levels, including and insight. organization theory, strategy, operations management, CONTENTS logistics, information systems, marketing, human resource management and finance. Reference is made Part I: THE GLOBAL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENT. 1. to both historical and contemporary management Management and Entrepreneurship. Appendix A: A Brief paradigms, emphasising key themes such as gender, History of Management. 2. The Global Environment: sustainability, globalization, and corporate social Culture, Ethics, Social Responsibility, and Sustainability. Part II. PLANNING. 3. Creative Problem Solving and responsibility. All the texts theoretical coverage is Decision Making. 4. Strategic and Operational Planning. grounded in numerous real life examples. Management: Appendix B: Time Management. Part III. ORGANIZING. Theory and Practice draws on its authors wide 5. Organizing and Delegating Work. 6. Managing experience of both teaching management and being Change: Innovation and Diversity. 7. Human Resources managers, to bring this complex and constantly Management. Appendix C: Career Management and evolving subject to life. Links to video case studies (as Networking. Part IV: LEADING. 8. Organizational well as other web links) encourage readers to extend Behavior: Power, Politics, Conflict, and Stress. 9. Leading their knowledge beyond the text and end of chapter with Influence. 10. Communicating and Information reference lists indicate the essential books written by Technology. Appendix D: Written Communication. 11. key management theorists. Motivating for High Performance. 12. Team Leadership. Part V: CONTROLLING. 13. Control Systems: Financial NEW TO THIS EDITION and Human. 14. Operations, Quality, and Productivity. Updated pedagogical tools, including chapter learning Endnotes. Index. objectives, numerous figures and a glossary which 2012, 608pp, Paperback, 9781111577537 links back to the text, provides unparalleled support to the learning process End of chapter features including discussion questions, web links and extensive references, encourage further reading and critical engagement with the topics Eight contemporary case studies and links to 77 video cases ensure that key management concepts are actualised in real life worldwide examples Extensive online support materials, including MP3 Revision Notes, PowerPoint slides, an instructors manual and an ExamView testbank are available at www.cengage.co.uk/colekelly7 CONTENTS MANAGEMENT, 7E Theory and Practice Part One Management Theory Section 1. Introduction Gerald A Cole; Phil Kelly 1. Developments in Management Theory 2. Definitions of Management Section 2. Classical Theories of This classic textbook provides an accessible and Management 3. The Search for Principles of Management authoritative introduction to the whole subject of 4. Max Weber and the Idea of Bureaucracy Section 3. management, both in theory and in practice. Now in Human Relations and Social Psychological Theories 5. 96 www.cengageasia.com

99 Motivation- The Early Theorists 6. Motivation- Later Theorists Section 4. Theories of Leadership and Group Behaviour 7. Leadership- Theory and Practice 8. Groups and Group Behaviour Section 5. Systems and Contingency Approaches to Management Theory 9. Organisations as Systems 10. Contingency Approaches to Management Section 6. Modern Approaches to Management Theory 11. Modern Approaches to Management Part Two Management in Practice Section 7. The Context of Management 12. Business Organisations and Corporate Governance 13. Developing an Organisation Culture 14. Women in Management 15. The International Context PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT, of Management Section 8. Management Planning 16. INTERNATIONAL EDITION Strategic Aspects of Management 17. Objectives, Policies Bruno Dyck, University of Manitoba; Mitchell J. Neubert, Baylor and Organisational Ethics 18. Performance Standards in University Management 19. Decision-making in Organisations 20. Human Resource Planning 21. Work Structuring, Job Unlike any other text available today, Dyck/Neuberts Design and Business Process Re-engineering Section 9. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT, 1E, INTERNATIONAL Organizing for Management 22. Organisation Structures EDITION blends the strengths of two management 23. Delegation and Empowerment 24. Managing perspectives. Now you can choose a truly unique Change: Key Concepts 25. Implementing Change 26. management text that establishes a strong traditional Communication in Organisations 27. Time Management management foundation while addressing the issues and Personal Effectiveness Section 10. Control in that todays millennial students will face in their future Management 28. Controlling Performance 29. Quality careers. The authors solid mainstream approach in each Standards and Management 30. The Role of Information chapter addresses the traditional four main functions Technology Part Three Functional Management: Marketing, Production, Personnel and Financial Section of management. The authors then take management 11. Marketing Management 31. The Marketing Concept, a step further by closely examining multistream topics Competitiveness and the Global Dimension 32. The that other books only mention, such as social justice and Marketing Mix: Product and Price 33. The Marketing concern for the natural environment. The authors build Mix: Promotion 34. The Marketing Mix: Distribution upon the multistream understanding that effective 35. Marketing Research 36. Marketing Organisation management involves balancing a broad set of criteria, 37. Customer Services and Consumer Protection ranging from community enhancement and ecological Section 12. Production Management 38. Production sustainability to meaningful work and financial viability. Planning and Control 39. Types of Production 40. Aids Throughout the text, captivating experiences and to Production 41. New Technology in Manufacturing stories from actual managers and leading organizations Section 13. Personnel Management 42. Human Resource demonstrate managers making a difference. With a Management 43. Recruitment and Selection 44. Employee Development and Training 45. Performance practical, hands-on focus, the text equips students Appraisal, Discipline and Grievances 46. Developing with the knowledge and theoretical tools to further Managerial Competencies 47. Stress Management and their own decision-making abilities. Dyck/Neuberts Employee Counselling 48. Job Evaluation 49. Employee unique blend of traditional management strengths Relations and Collective Rights 50. Legal Aspects of and the best of multistream management theories and Employment- Individual Rights Section 14. Financial practices promises to educate, inspire, and empower Aspects of Management 51. Company Accounts 52. your students now and throughout their management Budgets, Forecasts and Business Plans futures. 2011, 540pp, Paperback, 9781844805068 FEATURES Chapter-opening case studies inspire students: Each chapter opens with a captivating story of an actual manager practicing mainstream, traditional www.cengageasia.com 97

100 management or addressing multistream management issues for todays millennium. Students experience real-life successes and failures first-hand as each of these managers, who represent a variety of industries and organizations, large and small, make a difference that will both educate and inspire. Road Maps provide quick reference and guide learning: Effective Road Maps begin each chapter, helping readers anticipate the direction of the chapter and provide a quick point of reference to assist in navigating the mainstream and multistream topics COMPETENCY-BASED MANAGEMENT, covered. This overarching view of the chapter also INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 11E provides an effective tool for review. John W. Slocum Jr., Southern Methodist University; Susan E. Jackson, Management in Practice boxes connect actual Rutgers University; Don Hellriegel, Texas A&M University practices to chapter concepts: Students see management as it actually happens in business today Equip your students with the confidence and with these candid inserts that connect engaging real- management competence to maximize their world anecdotes with the management principles professional management potential with the latest presented in each chapter. edition of this unique, competency-based management Digging Deeper boxes emphasize practical text. Slocum/Jackson/ Hellriegels COMPETENCY- applications for students: Students better understand BASED MANAGEMENT combines a strong foundation and remember the management principles within in management principles with six core managerial each chapter as Digging Deeper features demonstrate, competencies critical for success--self-management, first-hand, how the chapters concepts can apply to strategic action, planning and administration, global their personal lives. awareness, teamwork, and communication. These What Do You Think? Features encourage critical six competencies, developed from the input of thinking and class discussion: These thought- hundreds of managers in all types and sizes of provoking scenarios challenge students to form businesses, now closely align with AACSB standards their own opinions about specific management so you can ensure student proficiency in these situations and provide an excellent jump-start for important areas. Proven, competency-based learning class discussions and individual critical thinking. features, the latest cases, and new ethical challenges promote active learning as the authors display their CONTENTS unique ability to blend theory and applications with Part I: MANAGEMENT BASICS. 1. Introduction to innovation throughout this new edition. Numerous Management. 2. A Short History of Management examples drawn from familiar organizations show the Theory and Practice. Part II: THE ENVIRONMENT AND relevance of the managerial competencies to todays CONTEXT OF MANAGEMENT. 3. The Task and Macro business world, while integrated, self-assessments Environments of Management. 4. The International help students better understand and develop their Environment. 5. Ethics. 6. Entrepreneurship. Part III: own management potential for early career success. PLANNING. 7. The Decision-Making Process. 8. Setting Goals and Making Plans. 9. Strategic Management. Part New videos and the innovative CengageNOW online IV: ORGANIZING. 10. Fundamentals of Organizing. 11. course management and learning system further Organization Design. 12. Human Resource Management. engage students and demonstrate the importance of 13. Organizational Change. Part V: CONTROLLING. managerial competencies that foster excellence. With 14. Control. Part VI: LEADING. 15. Motivation. 16. the new strengths found throughout this edition, you Leadership. 17. Groups and Teams. 18. Communication. can rely on Management to equip your students with the competence to manage and the confidence to do 2010, 624pp, Paperback, 9780324789188 it well. 98 www.cengageasia.com

101 NEW TO THIS EDITION familiar to students. On the Job Videos focus on real New Ethical Challenge features-- While ethics have businesses, such as Pepsi, Lonely Planet and PF Changs always received significant coverage, this new Ethical and detail how they apply management principles Challenge within each chapter highlights specific with behind-the-scenes insights into decisions and ethical dilemmas based on actual business situations actions. Teaching notes and recommended exercises and emphasizes the significant impact of ethical included in the Instructors Manual give you flexibility issues on todays managerial topics. in assigning. Stronger alignment with AACSB Standards--The FEATURES authors now align this editions competency- based approach even more closely with the core Focus on six Core Managerial Competencies--This competencies identified by the AACSB. You can books unique, competency-based approach presents easily monitor student proficiency in AACSB core the foundation of management principles while competencies with Test Bank questions that are highlighting six core managerial competencies-- identified by their corresponding AACSB standards to self-management, strategic action, multicultural, help you evaluate student progress in these key areas. teamwork, planning and administration, and New integrated CengageNOW online teaching and communication--developed based on input from learning system--Discover the ultimate flexibility hundreds of managers in all types and sizes of and control as this innovative online course businesses. This approach, strengthened with management and learning system saves you valuable each edition, encourages students to develop and time. CengageNOW combines the best of current demonstrate their personal managerial competencies technology to help you efficiently plan your course, through a student-oriented, integrated learning easily manage and assign homework, automatically system, organizational example and concise scenarios grade assignments, teach with built-in technology, that illustrate the use of the competencies, discussion and test using a customized test bank tagged to questions, experiential exercises and intriguing cases. AACSB standards with the ability to generate reports CONTENTS that compare class progress to AACSB requirements. Part 1: AN OVERVIEW OF MANAGEMENT. 1. Developing In addition, personalized learning paths for each Managerial Competencies. 2. Learning from the History student reinforce comprehension with a variety of of Management Thought. Part 2: MANAGING IN interactive, multimedia tools, including interactive TURBULENT ENVIRONMENTS. 3. Ethics and Social class assignments and an integrated e-book. Responsibility. 4. Assessing the Environment. 5. CengageNOW operates seamlessly with WebCT Managing Globally. 6. Fostering Entrepreneurship. Part and Blackboard and other course management 3: PLANNING AND CONTROL. 7. Formulating Plans and tools. For more information on this powerful resource, Strategies. 8. Fundamentals of Decision Making. 9. Using visit academic.cengage.com/cengagenow. Planning and Decision Aids. 10. Achieving Organizational New Challenge of Managing chapter openers--These Control. Part 4: LEADING. 11. Motivating Employees. 12. current real-world events--with all-new content in Dynamics of Leadership. 13. Communicating Effectively. this edition, feature managers using the managerial 14. Working in Teams. 15. Understanding Organizational competencies within well-known companies, such as Culture and Cultural Diversity. Part 5: ORGANIZING. 16. Xerox, Symantec, MTV, and Lowes. These intriguing Designing Organizations. 17. Guiding Organizational openers set the stage for chapter topics and are Change and Innovation. 18. Managing Human Resources. effective for launching class discussions or whetting students appetites for concepts that follow. 2008, 704pp, Paperback, 9780324539677 New Video Package--Two sets of videos for each chapter include unique BizFlix Video Cases that highlight clips from popular Hollywood films, such as 8 Mile, Casino, or Apollo 13 to illustrate and connect management concepts from the text to situations www.cengageasia.com 99

102 All of the chapter-opening and closing vignettes (Facing and Meeting the Challenge) have been updated with current, interesting examples. These boxes set up each chapter with a real-world challenge and close the chapter with the problems resolution. They work to frame the chapter material in the world of contemporary business. The book has been streamlined into 17 chapters with a new design and softcover format. Each chapter includes a video case; 7 of these are new MANAGEMENT, 5E to this edition. The new cases feature companies that Challenges for Tomorrows Leaders, will be of particular interest to students--companies International Edition like Timbuk2, P.F. Changs, and Lonely Planet. Pamela S. Lewis, Queens University of Charlotte; Stephen H. Goodman, University of Central Florida; Patricia M. Fandt, University FEATURES of Washington, Tacoma; Joseph Michlitsch, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville Leadership in Action: Leaders in Action boxes in every chapter capture the voice of leadership in todays Succeeding as a leader in the organization of today organizations from a variety of angles. and tomorrow requires a special set of management Now Apply It: Now Apply It boxes throughout the skills and competencies. Organizations are being text, provide short experiential applications whereby restructured and redesigned to be lean, flexible, and students can try out chapter content. adaptable to change; leaders in all areas and at all At the Forefront: At the Forefront boxes report on levels of the organization are expected to be proactive, contemporary, often provocative, business trends. team-oriented, and focused on results; and diversity Updated End of Chapter Exercises: New cases, 7 new in the workforce has become the rule rather than video cases, review questions, experiential exercises, the exception. MANAGEMENT: CHALLENGES FOR and discussion questions help students review and TOMORROWS LEADERS exposes students to these apply the chapter objectives. new challenges and contemporary issues that the Ethics Take a Stand: The Take A Stand feature leaders of today and tomorrow will continually face. presents students with ethical dilemmas. Students are This book includes a number of features designed to asked to evaluate various courses of actions in terms prepare students to be leaders in this new millennium: of their ethical implications and select the alternative (1) meeting the challenges inherent in a dynamic, that best meets the organizations needs. rapidly changing business environment, (2) developing Thinking Critically: Debate the Issue: Each chapter the competencies and skills that leaders will need in includes a debate topic related to the content of the the future, (3) bridging the gap between management chapter. Students must learn to develop and support theory and practice, and (4) responding to the an argument. contemporary management trends that will affect both CONTENTS organizations and managers in the 21st century. PART 1: MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST NEW TO THIS EDITION CENTURY. 1. Management and Managers. 2. Evolution Weve added a new supplement--Service Learning of Management Thought. 3. Social Responsibility and Guide--for instructors who want to include a service Ethics. PART 2: PLANNING CHALLENGES IN THE 21ST learning component to their courses. Many schools CENTURY. 4. Strategic Management and Planning in a are now requiring students to do community service as Global Environment. 5. Planning in the Contemporary a part of their education. This guide shows instructors Organization. 6. Managerial Decision Making. PART 3: and students how to get involved in activities where ORGANIZING CHALLENGES IN THE 21ST CENTURY. students can put their skills and knowledge acquired 7. Organizing for Effectiveness and Efficiency?. 8. in the classroom to work for the greater good. Organizational Design. 9. Strategic Human Resource 100 www.cengageasia.com

103 Management. 10. Organizational Culture and Change Internet. In addition, students will have the opportunity . PART 4: LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES IN THE 21ST to produce professional-grade business plans using CENTURY. 11. Communicating Effectively within Diverse LivePlan software, available via CourseMate. LivePlan Organizations. 12. Leading in a Dynamic Environment. 13. from Palo Alto Software, is proven web-based business Exploring Individual Differences and Team Dynamics. 14. plan software used by real entrepreneurs. CourseMate Motivating Organizational Members. PART 5: CONTROL with LivePlan offers a dynamic way to bring course CHALLENGES IN THE 21ST CENTURY. 15. Organizational concepts to life with interactive learning, study, and Control in a Complex Business Environment. 16. exam preparation tools that support the text. Whether Productivity and Quality in Operations 17. Information students plan to purchase a franchise or an existing Technology and Control. business or pursue a start-up, you can help them sharpen their business focus and develop the confidence critical 2007, 650pp, Paperback, 9780324360844 for small business success with Hiduke/Ryans SMALL BUSINESS: AN ENTREPRENEURS BUSINESS PLAN, 9E, International Edition. Small Business Management NEW TO THIS EDITION New resources and Web sites added throughout the chapters. Approximately 40 percent of the entrepreneurial vignettes, Incredible Resources, Passionate Entrepreneurs, and Global Village highlights have been updated or replaced with new information. To reflect the changes in our society, social and hybrid entrepreneurs are highlighted throughout the book such as Gabrielle Palermo, one of the founders of G3Box, whose firm focuses on the conversion of steel shipping containers into low-cost, SMALL BUSINESS, 9E modular, and mobile medical clinics. An Entrepreneurs Business Plan, Chapters 2 and 3 highlight many new trends and International Edition opportunities for entrepreneurs, including such hot Gail Hiduke, Saddleback College; J.D. Ryan, Irvine Valley College topics as water shortages, rising natural resource prices, and the mobile generation. The new edition Guide students in their first steps toward small business also explores such large and forceful markets as aging success as they transform their business ideas into baby boomers, millennials, and the iGeneration. powerful, functional business plans with the latest Chapters 4 and 6 expand the use of data for product edition of SMALL BUSINESS: AN ENTREPRENEURS positioning and location decisions. BUSINESS PLAN, 9e, International Edition. This Competitive analysis and strategy have been indispensable guide to small business enterprise expanded in Chapter 5, allowing the reader to utilize by accomplished educators and entrepreneurs Gail the research information gained in Chapters 2 through Hiduke and J. D. Ryan helps students refine their 4 and develop more thorough, competitive plans and business talents as they learn to effectively identify strategies to meet his or her Target Customers needs. business opportunities, market needs, and target New material discusses the melding of promotion, customers. Students will gain firsthand glimpses into distribution, and location decisions as the Webs the challenges and successes that other passionate impact is part of almost all entrepreneurial decisions entrepreneurs face. The texts practical action-step today. approach focuses on developing and writing a business Chapter 10 has the most current information available plan from the ground up using a variety of timely tools on patents, trademarks, and copyrights. and contemporary resources with ongoing links to Chapters 13 and 14 recognize and address the large the latest small business information available on the number of entrepreneurs who decide to purchase an www.cengageasia.com 101

104 ongoing business or franchise. These chapters contain Coming Soon! more in-depth information on franchise brokers, as well as social networking franchising Web sites. FEATURES ACTION STEPS GUIDE STUDENTS THROUGH EVERY PHASE OF A START-UP: More than 70 Action Steps direct readers through every phase of a start-up, from the initial dreams to development of marketing to the building and implementation of the completed business plan. ENTREPRENEURIAL VIGNETTES PROVIDE INSIGHTS SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, 17E INTO BUSINESS-FOCUSED MINDS: Brief case studies Justin G. Longenecker, Baylor University; J. William Petty, Baylor University; Leslie E. Palich, Baylor University; Frank Hoy, Worcester full of strategies and real-world applications provide Polytechnic Institute firsthand insights into todays entrepreneurial minds and ventures. Modified for simplicity and clarity, these Help your students realize their dreams of small business intriguing Entrepreneurial Vignettes reflect compiled success with Longeneckers market-leading text SMALL case studies and experiences from entrepreneurs the BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: LAUNCHING AND authors have known. GROWING ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES, 17E. This FEATURED BUSINESS PLANS HIGHLIGHT VARIED popular text continues to lead with its comprehensive APPROACHES: Concepts become actions in practice approach, precedent-setting coverage, innovative tools, with the examples of full business plans featured in engaging examples, and integrated resource package. SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, 17E delves into this edition. Appendix A, Fast-Start Business Plan is the fundamentals of business management with an ideal for a small business requiring minimal capital. emphasis on how to start a business as well as how Appendix B provides a more in-depth business plan to manage, grow, and harvest one--the full business proposal for a chocolate store located at Sea World. cycle. The books thorough emphasis on building the COMMUNITY RESOURCES PROVIDE SUPPORT: business plan offers a full complement of chapters To counter the isolation and concern that can plus a full business plan that gives you flexibility in accompany entrepreneurial life, this book encourages assignment options. All-new cases, proven exercises, future entrepreneurs to gain support, guidance, and and online activities place students in the role of direction through community resources, including decision makers to sharpen their understanding of entrepreneurial organizations, entrepreneurial concepts. Unforgettable examples, exciting video cases, podcasts, and other professional associations. The and coverage of the most current developments in book clearly demonstrates the value of networking business management today keep this engaging text with individuals pursuing similar dreams. as current and practical now as it was when it led the market in its first edition 50 years ago. Each edition CONTENTS builds upon past strengths with new innovations 1. Your Great Adventure. 2. Spotting Trends and and breakthrough developments. SMALL BUSINESS Opportunities. 3. Opportunity Selection. 4. Profiling MANAGEMENT, 17E provides the valuable resources Your Target Customer. 5. Reading and Beating the your students will reference and rely upon throughout Competition. 6. Location and Distribution. 7. Marketing their entire business careers. Available with InfoTrac Promotions Overview. 8. Start-Up Concerns and Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. Financial Projections. 9. Shaking the Money Tree. 10. Legal Concerns. 11. Build, Maintain, and Thrive with a NEW TO THIS EDITION Winning Team. 13. Buying a Business. 14. Investigating NEW, EXPANDED CONTENT ADDRESSES TIMELY Franchising. 15. Pull Your Plan Together. Appendix A: GLOBAL ISSUES, BREAKING TECHNOLOGY, AND Fast-Start Business Plan. Appendix B: Annies Business Plan Proposal. Appendix : Forms, Forms, Forms. Index. FAMILY BUSINESS: Now you can give your students a solid understanding of multi-level marketing, 2014, 504pp, Paperback, 9781285170022 e-business, and legal and global issues affecting entrepreneurs in tough economic times. Content 102 www.cengageasia.com

105 updates include: increased coverage of social media developing a business plan. The authors ensure and social marketing; more information on Internet that students answer all of the tough questions businesses; more examples of problems running a in developing a business plan. Targeted questions business; condensed coverage of ethics material; within the chapters in Part 3 lead students through discussion of the effects of the ongoing recession the process of building their own plans by ensuring on small businesses; more on building customer that they focus on the pertinent, not the peripheral. relationships; and updated coverage of promotional An in-text sample business plan gives students a planning. finished product to dissect and analyze. LivePlan Pro Revised STARTUP features throughout provide helps take students to the next level by completing their business plans online. direction/guidance on entrepreneurial Skills, Tools, INTEGRATED LEARNING SYSTEM COORDINATES Actions, Resources, and Transforming. For this edition, TEXT AND SUPPLEMENTS FOR WINNING APPROACH: weve reduced them in length to make them more Beginning with the learning objectives that open each direct and useful. chapter, this book organizes information into distinct, NEW and REVISED CASES ALLOW STUDENTS focused, and comprehensible segments. Numbered T O E X P LO R E T I M E LY E N T R P R E N U E R I A L icons in the text margins indicate where coverage OPPORTUNITIES: Careful thought has gone into related to each objective appears. All relevant content preparing new thought-provoking cases at the end related to learning objectives is recapped in end-of- of the text that highlight student friendly companies chapter summaries. and organizations. Students apply concepts they learn WEALTH OF ONLINE RESOURCES TO ASSIST IN in each chapter to these realistic entrepreneurial CASE ANALYSIS AND WRITING BUSINESS PLANS: situations. Enrich your students learning experience with the FEATURES wealth of resources. Students gain instant access to the popular StartUp Stories videos, useful business CLEARLY PRESENTED FINANCE CHAPTERS plan templates, exercises to accompany the Small KEEP IMPORTANT FINANCIAL INFORMATION Business and Entrepreneurship Resource Center as UNDERSTANDABLE AND PRACTICAL: Understanding well as helpful interactive quizzes and e-lectures. You and using financial information is frequently a will have the ability to track student progress and challenge for both students and todays small business identify at-risk students while its still early enough owners. The authors continue to hone in on these to help. challenging chapters, fine tuning them based on CONTENTS student and reviewer feedback. The revised material should help create a level playing field for the non- 1. The Entrepreneurial Life. 2. Entrepreneurial Integrity accounting student. and Ethics. 3. Getting Started. 4. Franchising and Buyouts. 5. The Family Business. 6. The Business Plan: Visualizing SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP the Dream. 7. The Marketing Plan. 8. The Human RESOURCE CENTER EXERCISES HIGHLIGHT Resource Plan: Managers, Owners, Allies, and Directors. BREAKING RESEARCH AND ENTREPRENEURIAL 9. The Location Plan. 10. Understanding a Firms Financial CONCEPTS: Dynamic Exercises at the end of each Statements. 11. Forecasting Financial Requirements. chapter and on the CourseMate Web site direct 12. A Firms Sources of Financing. 13. Planning for students to the Small Business and Entrepreneurship the Harvest. 14. Building Customer Relationships. 15. Resource Center with more than 900,000 business Product and Supply Chain Management. 16. Pricing and articles and company information on various exciting Credit Decisions. 17. Promotional Planning. 18. Global entrepreneurial ventures. Students examine how Opportunities for Small Business. 19. Professional chapter topics apply to each situation as they examine Management in the Entrepreneurial Firm. 20. Managing intriguing companies. Human Resources. 21. Managing Operations. 22. Managing the Firms Assets. 23. Managing Risk in the FULL SECTION DEVOTED TO DEVELOPING A Small Business. THOROUGH BUSINESS PLAN ENSURES SUCCESS: This book includes a full complement of chapters 2014, 736pp, Hardback, 9781133947752 devoted to the essential tasks associated with www.cengageasia.com 103

106 FEATURES New Chapter Opening Vignettes highlight how entrepreneurs approach small business opportunities and challenges. New topics and entrepreneurs include: Elon Musk of Telsa Motors, John Goscha, Morgen Newman, and Jeff Avallon--founders of IdeaPaint, Craig Bramscher of Brammo motorcycles, Eden Clark of eDivvy, among many others. Entrepreneurial Snapshot features introduce the people behind some of todays most interesting PRINCIPLES OF SMALL BUSINESS and innovative businesses. Profiles include Jim Koch MANAGEMENT, INTERNATIONAL of Boston Beer Company; Katie Shea and Susie EDITION, 5E Levitt, who invented Citisoles; and Norm Brodsky of Timothy S. Hatten, Mesa State College CitiStorage. Managers Notes include specific tips, tactics and Principles of Small Business Management, 5e, action used by successful small business owners. International Edition provides a balanced introduction to CONTENTS both entrepreneurship and small business management with a focus on achieving and maintaining a sustainable Part I: INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS competitive advantage as a small organization. Current MANAGEMENT. 1. An Overview of Small Business. issues including global opportunities, service, quality 2. Management, Entrepreneurship, and Ownership. and technology are highlighted throughout the text. Part II: SMALL BUSINESS PLANNING. 3. Focusing on The streamlined format allows instructors to cover the Ethical Issues and Strategy. 4. Creating the Business entire text of 18 chapters within a standard semester Plan. 5. Deciding to Franchise. 6. Buying a Business. 7. timeline without sacrificing important topics. The Creating a Business. Part III: FINANCIAL AND LEGAL Fifth Edition features a special focus on the impact MANAGEMENT. 8. Accounting Basics. 9. Financing of the financial crisis on small business management. Your Business. 10. Legal Issues. Part IV: MARKETING. The online Business Plan Guide and templates provide 11. Strategy and Research. 12. Product. 13. Place. 14. some of the most extensive information available on Price and Promotion. Part V: MANAGEMENT. 15. The business planning. Global Environment. 16. Small Business Management. 17. Human Resource Management. 18. Managing NEW TO THIS EDITION Operations. Appendix: Cases Manuscript is significantly updated to reflect recent 2012, 576pp, Paperback, 9781111525224 developments in the field, and specifically to discuss the impact of the financial crisis on small business management. Learning Objectives are now numbered and keyed to the end-of-chapter summary, proving a clear roadmap for study. All opening vignettes are new. Most boxed inserts are either new or revised. Most end of chapter cases are new. End of chapter features have been updated, with some features from the previous edition now online. The end-of-chapter summary is keyed back to the chapter-opening learning objectives. 104 www.cengageasia.com

107 entrepreneurship. 1 Small business in the economy. 2 Entrepreneurship, the entrepreneur and the owner- manager. 3 The small business and entrepreneurial environment. 4 Innovation and the marketplace. 5 Information and help Part 2: Creating the entrepreneurial small business. 6 Business planning. 7 Successful small business strategies. 8 Start-ups and franchises. 9 Buying an existing business. 10 Forming and protecting a business . Part 3: Managing the entrepreneurial small business.11 Management of people and resources. 12 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND Marketing. 13 Money. 14 Business exits and realizing ENTREPRENEURSHIP, 6E value. Glossary of terms. Index. David Stokes, Kingston University; Nicholas Wilson 2010, 496pp, Paperback, 9781408017999 Understand the latest global developments in small business management and entrepreneurship with this new edition of the market-leading textbook by Strategic Management David Stokes and Nick Wilson. Starting with the broader socio-economic role of small business, the proven author team walk you through the key stages of creating and managing small businesses to show you how value is generated within a diverse range of enterprise settings. From how to plan a business, through franchising, small business marketing, and on to exits and realizing value, Stokes & Wilson is also supported by a host of online resources (accessible at: www.cengage.co.uk/stokeswilson) to provide the complete introduction for modern courses. FEATURES STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: CONCEPTS, 11E A fully global emphasis introduced throughout Competitiveness and Globalization the new edition, with new main text examples and Michael A. Hitt, Texas A&M University; R. Duane Ireland, Texas A&M international case studies from the public, private University; Robert E. Hoskisson, Rice University and non-profit sectors Carefully refined chapter coverage, based on recent Introduce your students to strategic management with market feedback, including coverage of hot topics the market-leading text that sets the standard for the such as social enterprise, intellectual property, family most complete, relevant presentation. Written by highly businesses and financing respected experts and prestigious instructors, Hitt, Boosted theoretical coverage, based on market Ireland, and Hoskissons, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: feedback, with new coverage of entrepreneurial COMPETITIVENESS AND GLOBALIZATION, CONCEPTS cognition and intent and a new section on effectuation AND CASES, Eleventh Edition, provides an intellectually theory rich, yet thoroughly practical, analysis of strategic A substantially revised chapter on business planning management today. This unique text is the only one now includes a real-life business plan that helps that integrates the classic industrial organization introduce theory and practice more fully for students model with a resource-based view of the firm to give students a complete understanding of how todays CONTENTS businesses use strategic management to establish Part 1: Understanding small business and a sustained competitive advantage. The authors www.cengageasia.com 105

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112 Ethical exercises provide a comprehensive look at the Charles Hill, Gareth Jones, and Melissa Schilling chapter concepts and ask students to consider ethical integrate cutting-edge research on topics including ramifications of management decisions. corporate performance, governance, strategic Closing Cases end each chapter and provide in-class leadership, technology, and business ethics through both theory and case studies. Based on real-world discussion opportunities. practices and current thinking in the field, the eleventh CONTENTS edition of STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT features an Part I: INTRODUCTION TO STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT. increased emphasis on the changing global economy 1. Strategic Leadership: Managing the Strategy-Making and its role in strategic management. The high-quality Process for Competitive Analysis. 2. External Analysis: case study program contains 31 cases covering small, The Identification of Opportunities and Threats. Part II: medium, and large companies of varying backgrounds. THE NATURE OF COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. 3. Internal NEW TO THIS EDITION Analysis: Distinctive Competencies, Competitive Advantage, and Profitability. 4. Building Competitive The eleventh edition of STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Advantage Through Functional-Level Strategy. Part adds difficulty levels to the cases to eliminate III: STRATEGIES. 5. Building Competitive Advantage trepidation on the part of the student. Additionally, Through Business-Level Strategy. 6. Business-Level there is a greater use of international cases. Content Strategy and the Industry Environment. 7. Strategy on ethics and corporate responsibility has been and Technology. 8. Strategy in the Global Environment. heavily revised, and there is an increased emphasis 9. Corporate-Level Strategy: Horizontal Integration, on finance and accounting. Vertical Integration, and Strategic Outsourcing. 10. New Focus on Wal-Mart feature puts the spotlight Corporate-Level Strategy: Related and Unrelated on Wal-Marts strategic operations throughout every Diversification. Part IV: IMPLEMENTING STRATEGY. chapter. 11. Corporate Performance, Governance, and Business Ethics. 12. Implementing Strategy in Companies that FEATURES Compete in a Single Industry. 13. Implementing Strategy in Companies that Compete Across Industries and CengageNOW: This robust, online course Countries. management system gives you more control in less time and delivers better student outcomes. 2015, 528pp, Paperback, 9781285184494 CengageNOW includes teaching and learning resources organized around lecturing, creating assignments, grading, quizzing, and tracking student progress and performance. Flexible assignment options include BizLX simulations, Video Cases, Coming Soon! Experiential Exercises, and Case Analysis questions (including full cases). Automatic grading and a gradebook option provide more control while saving you valuable time. A Personalized Study diagnostic tool empowers students to master concepts, prepare for exams, and become more involved in class. CengageNOW can work with your current course management system, and in many cases can be STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: THEORY & integrated with your current course management CASES, 11E system to provide a thorough experience for your An Integrated Approach students! Charles W. L. Hill, University of Washington; Gareth R. Jones, Texas A&M University; Melissa A. Schilling, New York University Write Experience: Cengage Learnings Write Experience is the first in higher education to offer This leading strategy text presents the complexities of students the opportunity to improve their writing strategic management through up-to-date scholarship and analytical skills without adding to your workload. and hands-on applications. Highly respected authors Offered through an exclusive agreement with 110 www.cengageasia.com

113 Vantage Learning, creator of the software used for and Technology. 8. Strategy in the Global Environment. GMAT essay grading, Write Experience evaluates 9. Corporate-Level Strategy: Horizontal Integration, students answers to a select set of assignments for Vertical Integration, and Strategic Outsourcing. 10. writing for voice, style, format, and originality. For Corporate-Level Strategy: Related and Unrelated more information about this unique course solution, Diversification. Part IV: IMPLEMENTING STRATEGY. contact your local sales representative or visit http:// 11. Corporate Performance, Governance, and Business www.cengage.com/writeexperience.Better Writing. Ethics. 12. Implementing Strategy in Companies that Better Outcomes. Write Experience. Compete in a Single Industry. 13. Implementing Strategy A focus on technology with the Strategy Sign- in Companies that Compete Across Industries and On end-of-chapter feature allows students to Countries. Part V: CASES IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT. complete research projects and maintain a Strategic 2015, 896pp, Hardback, 9781285184487 Management portfolio. Opening Cases begin each chapter and build the foundation for student comprehension in each chapter. Strategy in Action features highlight key organizations implementing chapter-specific strategic management processes. Ethical exercises provide a comprehensive look at the chapter concepts and ask students to consider ethical ramifications of management decisions. Closing Cases end each chapter and provide in-class discussion opportunities. The end-of-text cases selected for this edition will FOUNDATIONS IN STRATEGIC appeal to students and professors alike, both because MANAGEMENT, INTERNATIONAL these cases are intrinsically interesting and because EDITION, 6E of the number of strategic management issues they Jeffrey S. Harrison, University of Richmond; Caron H. St. John, illuminate. The organizations discussed in the cases Clemson University range from large, well-known companies, for which students can do research to update the information, Introduce the most important theories and views in to small, entrepreneurial businesses that illustrate strategic management today using this concise, yet the uncertainty and challenge of the strategic fully complete, text. Harrison/St. Johns FOUNDATIONS management process. The selections include many IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 6e, International international cases, and most of the other cases Edition addresses the most recent changes in todays contain some element of global strategy. business environment, including many topics that other strategic management texts often miss. This CONTENTS valuable text builds on a traditional theoretical Part I: INTRODUCTION TO STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT. foundation by using engaging examples from many 1. Strategic Leadership: Managing the Strategy-Making of todays leading firms to demonstrate principles Process for Competitive Analysis. 2. External Analysis: and applications. This edition continues to highlight The Identification of Opportunities and Threats. Part II: strategizing in the global arena and the contemporary THE NATURE OF COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. 3. Internal challenges of increased globalization while offering Analysis: Distinctive Competencies, Competitive additional coverage of the increasingly important topic Advantage, and Profitability. 4. Building Competitive of stakeholder management. The books streamlined Advantage Through Functional-Level Strategy. Part content corresponds closely with the way you teach, III: STRATEGIES. 5. Building Competitive Advantage while providing the flexibility for you to customize Through Business-Level Strategy. 6. Business-Level your course to the needs of your students with cases, Strategy and the Industry Environment. 7. Strategy exercises, simulations and readings. The book utilizes a www.cengageasia.com 111

114 traditional strategic management process model while readings, simulations, and cases of your choice. building on core ideas from industrial organization MU LT I P L E P E R S P E C T I V E S O N S T R AT E G I C economics, the resource-based perspective, and MANAGEMENT EQUIP STUDENTS WITH BROAD stakeholder theory. Rely on FOUNDATIONS IN OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUCCESS: This book covers STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 6e, International Edition resource-based, industrial organization economic, to offer an indispensable resource that your students and stakeholder models, drawing from these multiple need for immediate and long-term success in strategic perspectives on the strategic management process management. to prepare your students for management success NEW TO THIS EDITION more thoroughly. SUCCINCT, YET THOROUGH, TEXT OFFERS GLOBALIZATION: This edition includes the latest ONGOING ECONOMICAL VALUE: This well-rounded information on strategizing in todays global arena, text provides the insights your students need into with additional emphasis on global forces, including todays strategic management principles and practices technological innovation, global interconnectedness, while remaining concise to keep the book both and hypercompetition. The book helps students accessible and economical for todays learners. understand the importance of these forces in the ENGAGING EXAMPLES FROM LEADING FIRMS global economy and how to effectively deal with them ILLUSTRATE MAJOR POINTS: Students further in the strategic planning process. develop their decision-making and analysis techniques STAKEHOLDER THEORY: Stakeholder theory and as they review intriguing examples drawn from the stakeholder perspective are given much more familiar organizations that demonstrate the texts prominence, with emphasis on how to manage principles in practice. ethically and responsibly while creating more value CHAPTER OPENERS AND CLOSERS FURTHER for shareholders, customers, employees, suppliers, EMPHASIZE THE VALUE OF STRATEGY: Each and other important stakeholders. chapter opens with a captivating Strategy in CO R P O R AT E S US TA I N A B I L I T Y: Co r p o r a t e Focus that highlights the chapters principles in sustainability issues are highlighted in Chapter 4 practice. Chapters conclude with useful Key Points on Strategic Leadership and Strategic Direction. In Summary that provide an ideal tool for review and addition, green strategies are discussed in several test preparation. places in the book. ECONOMIC CYCLES: This edition provides increased CONTENTS treatment of economic cycles and how they can be 1. The Strategic Management Process. 2. The External effectively managed. Strategic management during Environment. 3. Organizational Resources and tough times is a recurring theme throughout the book. Competitive Advantage. 4. Strategic Leadership and In addition, Chapter 8 has a separate section devoted Strategic Direction. 5. Business-Level Strategies. 6. to how to cope effectively with economic cycles. Corporate Strategies. 7. Strategy Implementation. 8. COOPERATIVE STRATEGIES: Increased emphasis on Control, Restructuring and Economic Cycles. Appendix: cooperative strategies and social networks (Chapter Preparing a Strategic Analysis. Index. 2) highlights how to maximize these potential 2014, 208pp, Paperback, 9781285057606 resources. The authors now emphasize how to best use cooperative strategies to achieve competitive advantage. FEATURES CONCISE, STREAMLINED APPROACH OFFERS FLEXIBILITY FOR ADDITIONAL COVERAGE: This books streamlined coverage leaves ample time for you to customize and tailor your course to the needs of your students with experiential exercises and relevant 112 www.cengageasia.com

115 multinationals such as TeliaSonera, Wikimart, Jobek do Brasil, Ryanair, Baosteel, and more. New Chapter Cases: At least half of the opening and closing cases in every chapter are new. This expansive, real-world coverage features such organizations as Apple, Samsung, Hewlett-Packard, Pearl River Pianos, and HTC, and addresses such topics as patent disputes and retailing in India. Current Examples: As always, the Strategy in Action boxes provide additional glimpses into strategies used GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, by real multinational firms. New topics covered in INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 3E these boxed features include the cruise industry, the Mike W. Peng, University of Texas at Dallas oil industry, private military companies, and website GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 3E, International moderators. Edition is the first textbook of its kind specifically written New Videos: A new selection of BBC videos is for the Capstone Management course for International included with GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, Business programs and Strategic Management courses 3E, International Edition. The videos relate directly to with a global emphasis. Whereas the few other chapter concepts and bring the latest global business available international strategy texts focus on how to challenges from all over the world into your course. manage larger multinational enterprises, Mike Pengs These short and powerful videos featuring companies GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 3E, International in China, India, Brazil, and many more again provide Edition offers several new perspectives. These real-world examples of chapter concepts applied in include a broadened definition of global strategy, the global business environment. comprehensive and innovative coverage, in-depth and consistent explanations of cutting-edge research, and New EOC Feature, Topics for Expanded Projects: an interesting and accessible way to engage students. Because instructors are always looking for fresh The text uses the strategy tripod--analyzing strategy and exciting ways to assess their students learning, from the industry-, institution-, and resource-based we have added a new feature to the end-of-chapter views--to answer the question: What determines the materials: Topics for Expanded Projects. At the end success or failure of firms around the globe? of every chapter, instructors will find three or four NEW TO THIS EDITION interesting ideas for activities, experiential exercises, and research and writing assignments that can be Increased Focus on Emerging Markets: GLOBAL assigned to individuals or small groups. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 3E, International FEATURES Edition has a newly intensified focus on emerging markets, both the countries that are considered to Strategy Tripod: The text uses the strategy tripod-- be emerging markets for multinational firms and analyzing strategy from the industry-, institution-, and the often newer, younger firms that are arising and resource-based views--to answer the question: What expanding from those emerging economies. Examples determines the success or failure of firms around feature such companies as GE, De Beers diamonds, the globe? Citroen automobiles, Foxconn communications, and Interesting and Accessible: The authors writing the Dubai airport. style is engaging, somewhat casual, with a multitude New Integrative Cases: Of the 16 Integrative Cases of interesting examples and thought-provoking at the back of the book, 15 are new to this edition. questions. This editions set of cases focus on global businesses Real-World Examples: The Strategy in Action headquartered all over the world and highlight sidebars, as well as the opening and closing cases, emerging markets in particular. The cases include such provide up-to-the-minute, real-world examples of the familiar names as Texas Instruments, Bank of America, material presented in the book. and Disney, and perhaps less familiar emerging Cases: The Integrative Cases at the end of the book www.cengageasia.com 113

116 vary in length but always allow students to dig into world business problems. the background details of a variety of companies A plethora of feature boxes including Research and industries so that students can understand the Snapshot, Critical Reflection and Strategy in Action strategies used. review and synthesize contemporary cutting-edge CONTENTS research studies on most chapters topics, define key concepts and develop and contextualize the theories Part 1: FOUNDATION OF GLOBAL STRATEGY. 1. presented. Strategizing Around the Globe. 2. Managing Industry Brief quotations from a variety of senior managers in Competition. 3. Leveraging Resources and Capabilities. the private and the public sectors illustrate a spectrum 4. Emphasizing Institutions, Cultures, and Ethics. Part 2: BUSINESS-LEVEL STRATEGIES. 5. Growing and of opinions, which are ideal for stimulating individual Internationalizing the Entrepreneurial Firm. 6. Entering thinking and discussion. Foreign Markets. 7. Making Strategic Alliances and Finance in Action and Analytical Frameworks Networks Work. 8. Managing Global Competitive supplements expand on points covered in the text and Dynamics. Part 3: CORPORATE-LEVEL STRATEGIES. enhance key aspects of strategic analysis. 9. Diversifying, Acquiring, and Restructuring. 10. Every copy of this book comes with access to premium Strategizing, Structuring, and Learning Around the online platform which includes a wealth of additional World. 11. Governing the Corporation Around the World. case material, questions, games, an integrated eBook 12. Strategizing With Corporate Social Responsibility. and more. Integrative Cases. CONTENTS 2014, 560pp, Paperback, 9781133953265 Part One Understanding Strategy 1. What is strategy and who is involved? 2. The business model and the revenue model 3. Strategic purpose Part Two Strategic Analysis and Positioning 4. The business environment and strategy 5. Resource-led strategy 6. The dynamics of competition 7. Culture and values 8. A summary of strategy frameworks Part Three Strategic Decision Making 9. Strategy creation and planning 10. Strategic leadership, entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship 11. Strategic alternatives, strategy evaluation and strategy selection Part Four Issues in Strategic Growth 12. Strategic control and measuring success STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 7E 13. Issues in strategic and international growth 14. Awareness & Change (with CourseMate and Failure, consolidation and recovery Part Five Strategy eBook Access Card) Implementation and Strategic Management 15. Strategy John L. Thompson, University of Huddersfield; Jonathan M. Scott, implementation 16. Leading change 17. Managing Teeside University ; Frank Martin, University of Stirling strategy in the organisation 18. Final thoughts and Bringing a sharp awareness of the turbulence of global reflections business and change, Thompson, Scott and Martin 2014, 736pp, NonBook-Disk, 9781408064993 present a comprehensive introduction to modern strategy. Secure your understanding of tomorrows business world using this established yet forward- looking textbook and its host of dynamic learning features. FEATURES Cutting-edge case studies from across the globe ensure that learning is constructively applied to real- 114 www.cengageasia.com

117 Objectives and Analysis 3. Objectives 4. The External Environment 5. The Internal Environment Part 3 Strategy 6. Business-Level Strategy 7. Corporate-Level Strategy 8. Global-Level Strategy Part 4 Managing Strategy in Action 9. Implementation: Organizing Strategy 10. Execution: Strategic Performance Management 11. Strategic Leadership 2014, 352pp, Paperback, 9781408065006 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 2E Principles & Practice (with CourseMate and eBook Access Card) Barry J. Witcher , Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia ; Vinh Sum Chau , Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia What purpose does Strategic Management serve in modern businesses? Why do different businesses have different strategies? Is traditional strategic thinking still relevant for today? This dynamic textbook looks at strategy from a local to a global level, and uses real-life examples of businesses and individuals to provide an STRATEGIZE!, 4E up-to-date view of Strategic Management in the current Experiential Exercises in Strategic Management, International Edition economic environment. In this new edition of Strategic C. Gopinath, Suffolk University; Julie I. Siciliano, Western New Management: Principles and Practice, Barry J. Witcher England University and Vinh Sum Chau offer a practical and thought- provoking analysis of what Strategic Management is STRATEGIZE!, 4e, International Edition allows learners and how it can be put to good use. to try out the strategy models and concepts and get FEATURES feedback regarding their understanding and application of strategic management theory. The book presents a Highlighted key debates ensure students see through number of experiential exercises and projects for use in the gloss and grasp the real issues academic, industry, and out of class. Because the exercises include thought, or governmental leaders are facing today. action, and feedback-assessment components, they Global examples from companies such as Alibaba, promote an understanding of strategic management FedEx, Google, Toyota and many more to put the through comprehensive active learning. All exercises theories into context. and scenarios have been thoroughly updated to Principles in Practice and Business Vignettes provide accurate and relevant information that ensure designed to give real life examples of strategic consistency with changing strategic management management. concepts. Coverage of hot topics such as ethics and strategy, dynamic capabilities, and strategy as practice. NEW TO THIS EDITION Every copy of this book comes with access to premium All exercises have been updated to provide accurate online platform which includes a wealth of additional and relevant scenarios, and include several new cases case material, questions, games, an integrated eBook for analysis and discussion. and more. FEATURES CONTENTS Brief summary readings throughout each section Part 1 Strategic Management and its Purpose 1. Overview provide reviews of highlighted theories or concepts. Of Strategic Management 2. Purpose Part 2 Strategic STRATEGIZE! contains a variety of exercises to be www.cengageasia.com 115

118 completed by individuals or groups, either in or out Support Strategy. Exercise: Designing Organizational of class, depending on the instructors preference. Structures for Club Ed. Strategy Session 17. Strategy Part V includes two semester-long projects that cater Implementation Using the 7-S Model. Exercise: to those looking for more intensive exercises. Transition at PeopleSoft. Strategy Session 18. Corporate CONTENTS Sustainability. Exercise: VideoBPs Level of Corporate Sustainability. Strategy Session 19. Monitoring Strategy PART I: UNDERSTANDING STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT. Implementation Through the Balanced Scorecard. Strategy Session 1. Decision Making at the Strategic Exercise: Everyone Knows the Score When a Major and Operational Level. Exercise: Innkeepers of America. League Baseball Team Ties Performance to Its Mission. Strategy Session 2. Understanding the Concept of PART IV: INDUSTRY ANALYIS. Lodging Industry Profile. Strategy. Exercise: How Do You Define Strategy? Template for Industry Survey. Assessing Strategic Strategy Session 3. Communicating Purpose Through Performance Through Financial Analysis. Case Study 1 Mission Statements. Exercise 1: How Well Do These Strategic Alternatives at Mercury Telecom. Case Study 2 Organizations Communicate Their Purpose? Exercise Caffeine Satisfaction: Rivalry Among the Coffee Shops. 2: VideoCreate a Mission Statement for Caribou PART V: SEMESTER PROJECTS. Team Projects A and B. Coffee. Exercise 3: VideoCreate a Mission Statement Project A: Comparing Two Organizations in the Same for Fossil, Inc. Strategy Session 4. The Boards Role in Industry. Project B: Identifying Strategic Issues at Local Corporate Governance. Exercise: Translating the Boards Business Organizations. MICA Method of Case Analysis Role into Guidelines for Practice. Strategy Session 5. and Discussion. References and Sources. Index. Viewing Strategy from the Stakeholder Perspective. Exercise: 1: Wal-Mart and Banking 30. Exercise 2: Role 2014, 224pp, Paperback, 9781133953289 Playing Global Chemical Stakeholders Interests and Power. PART II: DESIGNING STRATEGY. Strategy Session 6. Forces Affecting Competitive Strategy. Exercise: Intensity of Competition in the Casino Gambling Industry. Strategy Session 7. Generating a Plan of Action: SWOT (TOWS) Analysis. Exercise 1: An Action Plan for Robin Hood. Exercise 2: VideoKropf Fruit CompanyFuture Strategy. Strategy Session 8. Developing Generic Strategy. Exercise 1: Choosing How to Compete in the Lodging Industry Exercise 2: VideoThe Generic Strategy of Fossil, Inc. Strategy Session 9. Build Competitive Advantage. Exercise: Build STRATEGY, 5E Your Intended Strategy. Strategy Session 10. Viewing Process, Content, Context Corporate Strategy from the Core Competencies Bob de Wit, The Open University and Maastricht School of Perspective. Exercise: Corporate Strategy at Honda. Management, The Netherlands Strategy Session 11. Global Strategic Alliances. Exercise: Renewing the General MotorsToyota Alliance. Strategy Now in its fifth edition, Strategy takes a truly global perspective. Retaining the unique paradox approach Session 12. Identifying Transnational Strategies. of the previous editions whereby a series of contrasting Exercise: Global Operations of Bata Shoe and Nike. viewpoints, readings and cases are provided to invite Strategy Session 13. Understanding Turnaround student and professional discussion and debate, this Management. Exercise: The DeclineTurnaround new edition takes the approach one step further Sequence. Strategy Session 14. Scenario Planning: to acknowledge the developmental role which Innovative Approaches for the Future. Exercise: Develop China and India have had in the business world, and Some Scenarios. PART III: IMPLEMENTING STRATEGY. includes strategic thinking philosophies from these Strategy Session 15. Succeeding in Strategy Formulation countries. Unlike many other books on the subject, and Implementation. Exercise: Diagnosing Problems at the philosophy at the heart of Bob de Wits Strategy Hewlett-Packard. Strategy Session 16. Structuring to text is that an understanding of the topic of strategy 116 www.cengageasia.com

119 can only be gained by grappling with a wider diversity of insights from many prominent thinkers, and the clear recognition that there is no simple answer to the question of what strategy is. This new edition bridges West and East, North and South, with readings, cases, quotes, and insights from around the globe. NEW TO THIS EDITION Fully acknowledges the developmental role which China and India have had in the business world and provides a clear bridge between traditional strategy thinkers in the West, and both the upcoming Western STRATEGY SYNTHESIS, 4E strategy thinkers and the strategy thinkers in the East. Bob de Wit, The Open University and Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands Addresses the paradox of exploration and exploitation as one of the most important new topics in the Now in its fourth edition, Strategy Synthesis takes strategy field. a truly global perspective. Retaining the unique New short cases, readings and long cases replaced paradox approach of the previous editions whereby a throughout which include culturally diverse examples series of contrasting viewpoints are provided to invite ranging from Sony in Japan to Zambeef in Africa. student and professional discussion and debate, this Emphasized status on organizational purpose. new edition takes the approach one step further to FEATURES acknowledge the developmental role which China and India have had in the business world, and includes Presents multiple strategy perspectives to give strategic thinking philosophies from these countries. a broad range of differing, and often opposing, Unlike many other books on the subject, the philosophy perspectives and theories reflecting the richness of at the heart of Bob de Wits Strategy Synthesis text current debate among academics and practitioners is that an understanding of the topic of strategy can in the field of strategic management. only be gained by grappling with a wider diversity of Provides an issue-based structure with each chapter insights from many prominent thinkers, and the clear focusing on a key strategic issue, which is discussed recognition that there is no simple answer to the from a variety of angles, leaving readers to draw their question of what strategy is. This new edition bridges own conclusions. West and East, North and South, with examples, short Includes original readings and cases to offer readers cases, quotes, and insights from around the globe. a first-hand account of the ideas and theories of influential strategy thinkers. NEW TO THIS EDITION Offers a strong international orientation at the very Fully acknowledges the developmental role which core of this book, reflected in the choice of topics, China and India have had in the business world and theories, readings, examples and cases. provides a clear bridge between traditional strategy CONTENTS thinkers in the West, and both the upcoming Western Section 1. Strategy 1. Introduction 2. Strategizing 3. strategy thinkers and the strategy thinkers in the East. Missioning and visioning Section 2. Strategy Content Addresses the paradox of exploration and exploitation 4. Business level strategy 5. Corporate level strategy as one of the most important new topics in the 6. Network level strategy Section 3. Strategy Process strategy field. 7. Strategy formation 8. Strategic change 9. Strategic New short cases, readings and long cases replaced innovation Section 4. Strategy Context 10. Industry throughout which include culturally diverse examples context 11. Organizational context 12. International ranging from Sony in Japan to Zambeef in Africa. context Section 5. Cases Emphasized status on organizational purpose. 2014, 928pp, Paperback, 9781408082676 www.cengageasia.com 117

120 FEATURES business strategy. The cases have been carefully chosen Presents multiple strategy perspectives to give to represent all the different dimensions of diversity a broad range of differing, and often opposing, within Asia: geographic (countries), industries, and perspectives and theories reflecting the richness of firm types. More than half of them are either new to current debate among academics and practitioners or revised for this edition. The cases present an array in the field of strategic management. of large and small firms, high-technology and new- Provides an issue-based structure with each chapter economy firms, and those in emerging as well as mature focusing on a key strategic issue, which is discussed industries, achieving success and suffering failure from a variety of angles, leaving readers to draw their in a variety of business environments. The diversity own conclusions. of cases, firms, and strategy situations in this book Includes original readings and cases to offer readers makes it an invaluable resource for teachers, students, a first-hand account of the ideas and theories of and strategists. It can be used by faculty to teach in influential strategy thinkers. undergraduate, graduate, and executive education Offers a strong international orientation at the very sessions. The book can also serve as a valuable guide core of this book, reflected in the choice of topics, for business managers interested in understanding how theories, readings, examples and cases. to compete in Asia. CONTENTS FEATURES Section 1: Strategy 1. Introduction 2. Strategizing 3. A comprehensive collection of 33 cases on firms and Missioning and visioning Section 2: Strategy Content their strategies in major economies in Asia, such as 4. Business level strategy 5. Corporate level strategy China, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, and South 6. Network level strategy Section 3: Strategy Process Korea. Six of them are new to this edition. 7. Strategy formation 8. Strategic change 9. Strategic Features diverse industry contexts including old and innovation Section 4: Strategy Context 10. Industry new economy, manufacturing and service industries, context 11. Organizational context 12. International and consumer and industrial products. context Section 5: Cases Illustrates key concepts and theories in strategic 2014, 416pp, Paperback, 9781408082683 management, such as industry analysis, firm competencies, diversification strategy, and strategic change. Also exemplifies contemporary and interdisciplinary concepts such as globalization, alliances, acquisitions, market entry, and corporate governance within the Asian context through exploration of firms strategies. Enables students and educators to simulate the decisionmaking process in organizations by immersing them into the complex environments faced by business leaders in a variety of situations. CONTENTS BUSINESS STRATEGY IN ASIA, 4E Case 1. Singapore Telecoms: Strategic Challenges Case 2. A Casebook AirAsia: Now Everyone Can Fly Case 3. Strategic Choices Kulwant Singh, National University of Singapore Business School ; at the Singapore Airlines Group Case 4. Singapore Nitin Pangarkar, National University of Singapore Business School ; Loizos Heracleous, Warwick Business School Airlines: Aligning Strategy and Organization Case 5. Business and Corporate Strategy at The Hour Glass This book fills an important underserved niche in Case 6. Jollibee Foods Corporation Case 7. The Asian the strategy arena. Written by expert researchers on Airline Industry Case 8. The Liner Shipping Industry Asian business, it presents a broad selection of cases Case 9. The Chinese Beer Industry (A): Demise of Foreign addressing a range of current and important issues in Competitors Case 10. The Chinese Beer Industry (B): 118 www.cengageasia.com

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121 Renewed Optimism Case 11. Toward Maturity in the resource. COMPETING FOR ADVANTAGE, 3E, Chinese Beer Industry and Heinekens Bid for Market International Edition focuses specifically on the Penetration Case 12. AirAsia: A Second Decade of issues most important to todays current or future Exceptional Growth? Case 13. Asia Pacific Breweries practitioner. The book details the processes and Regionalization Strategy Case 14. Asia Pacific Breweries tools you need to better understand and effectively in China: A Profitable Strategy at Last? Case 15. Osims contribute to your organizations strategic management Brookstone Acquisition: When Local Realities Clashed process. Applied examples illustrate the latest thinking, with Global Dreams Case 16. HSBCs Internationalization practices, and research in strategic management today and Growth Strategy Case 17. Asian Paints: Asian with in-depth discussions that examine critical topics Origins, Global Dreams Case 18. Cycle & Carriage: From such as innovation, professional service and crisis Crisis to Astra Case 19. Tata Motors (A): Acquisition management. Access to relevant cases, a focus on the of Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Company Case 20. emerging issues such as ethics, and an emphasis on Tata Motors (B): Integration of Daewoo Commercial technology throughout prepare you for success in the Vehicle Company Case 21. NOL and APL (A) Case 22. fast-paced, ever-changing global economy in which NOL and APL (B) Case 23. The VolkswagenSuzuki todays firms compete. Take your students to a new Alliance: Starting and Stalling Case 24. Singapore level of understanding strategic management concepts Airlines: Responding to the Crises Case 25. McDonalds and practices with COMPETING FOR ADVANTAGE, in India: A Case of Strategic Adaptation Case 26. Thakral 3E, International Edition. Straightforward, focused, Corporation in China Case 27. Sony Corporation (A): and concise, this edition presents the latest strategic The Vision of Tomorrow Case 28. Sony Corporation (B): management research and practices, now with more Back to the Future? Case 29. Sony on the Verge? Case in-depth discussions of the most current strategic 30. Corporate Social Responsibility at Sony Corporation topics in business today. Detailed real-life examples Case 31. Fonterra and the Milk Contamination Crisis in and instant access to relevant cases keep the book China Case 32. Toyota: Building Competitive Advantage focused on issues most important to current or future through Uniqueness Case 33. Usha Martin: Competitive practitioners. Crafted to meet the special needs to Advantage through Vertical Integration MBA and executive MBA students, the book details the processes and tools used in strategic analysis to create 2013, 400pp, Paperback, 9789814424912 a sustainable competitive advantage. Full chapters on strategic leadership, corporate governance, and a new chapter on real options examine issues most critical in todays business environment. Comprehensive new instructor support with electric solutions helps you effectively prepare a powerful course that addressed traditional and relevant emerging topics that are shaping strategic management today. NEW TO THIS EDITION New text author, Jeffrey S. Harrison, brings a wealth of strategic management experience and years of teaching and consulting success to this edition. COMPETING FOR ADVANTAGE, A brand new chapter on Strategic Flexibility and INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 3E Real Options Analysis provides useful insights for Robert E. Hoskisson, Rice University; Michael A. Hitt, Texas A&M University; R. Duane Ireland, Texas A&M University; Jeffrey S. practicing business today and thought-provoking Harrison, University of Richmond discussions relating to finance. Three key themes woven throughout the text--value Discover what it takes to create a lasting competitive creation, globalization, and technology--clearly advantage in management and business today with detail the enormous impact of these critical areas on this straightforward, powerful strategic management strategy today. www.cengageasia.com 119

122 New hot topics: innovation, professional service and crisis management. Improved teaching supplements with effective electronic solutions--including an enhanced text companion website, immediate access to relevant cases, and stronger videos--correlate directly with the text to save you time in preparation and assessment. FEATURES New highlights are included for examples throughout the text for quick reference. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS, Cutting-edge topics address the latest areas of INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 3E strategic management with full chapters covering Gareth R. Jones, Texas A&M University; Charles W. L. Hill, University strategic leadership, entrepreneurship, and corporate of Washington governance. Concise, straightforward text offers the flexibility and Thorough yet concise, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT time to add your own cases and focused exercises to ESSENTIALS, 3rd Edition, International Edition is a brief meet the specific needs of your course. version of the authors market-leading text STRATEGIC Excellent figures and tables help summarize and MANAGEMENT, International Edition. Following the further clarify key topics. same framework as the larger book, ESSENTIALS Ethics, highlighted throughout the text and helps students identify and focus on core concepts emphasized with special ethics questions at the end in the field in a more succinct, streamlined format. of each chapter, examine the ethical dimension of Based on real-world practices and current thinking, todays business decisions and management actions the texts presentation of strategic management and offer valuable practice for students. features an increased emphasis on the business model concept as a way of framing the issues of competitive CONTENTS advantage. Cutting-edge research, new strategic PART 1. STRATEGIC THINKING. 1. Introduction to management theory, and a hands-on approach allow Strategic Management. 2. Strategic Leadership. PART students to explore major topics in management, 2. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS. 3. The External Environment. including corporate performance, governance, 4. The Internal Organization. PART 3. CREATING strategic leadership, technology, and business ethics. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. 5. Business-Level Strategy. In addition, a high-quality case program examines 6. Competitive Rivalry and Competitive Dynamics. small, medium, and large companiesboth domestic 7. Cooperative Strategy 8. Corporate-Level Strategy. and internationalso that students gain experience 9. Acquisition and Restructuring Strategies. 10. putting chapter concepts into real-world practice in a International Strategy. PART 4. MONITORING AND variety of scenarios. CREATING ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES. 11. NEW TO THIS EDITION Corporate Governance. 12. Strategic Entrepreneurship. 13. Strategic Flexibility and Real Options Analysis. New Ethical Dilemma features real-world ethical concerns facing todays business managers and 2013, 480pp, Paperback, 9780538475624 asks students to make managerial decisions while considering chapter concepts and business integrity on such topics as management restructuring, outsourcing, talent recruiting, achieving corporate objectives, and maintaining competitive advantage. New Strategy in Action cases contain up-to-date topics and research and help students see the business concepts in action at real-world companies. 120 www.cengageasia.com

123 Ten new author-written cases at the end of the text External Analysis. 4. Building Competitive Advantage. feature companies such as Apple, McDonalds, GM, Part III: BUILDING AND SUSTAINING LONG-RUN Dell, and IBM. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. 5. Positioning for FEATURES Competitive Business-Level Strategy. 6. Global Strategy. 7. Long-Run Profitability through Corporate-Level A running case featuring Wal-Mart illustrates key Strategy. Part IV: STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION. 8. topics in the context of the companys strategy and Strategic Change. 9. Implementing Strategy through performance. The ongoing case enables students to Organizational Design. Part V: CASES. SGI versus Dell. continue building on their knowledge and skills as The Home Video Game Industry. The Global Auto they apply chapter concepts to an organization with Industry. IKEA. Rise of IBM. Fall of IBM. IBM in 2009. which they are familiar. Strategy in Action boxes examine how the 2012, 384pp, Paperback, 9781111525200 management theory covered in the text can be applied to real-world situationsenabling students to immediately apply what they learn to actual organizations. Practicing Strategic Management, found online, is a guided two-pronged project aimed at enhancing student group collaboration and researching capabilities. The first activity is a group exercise asking students to explore and report on such concepts as developing effective competitive strategies, control systems, acquisition planning, and managerial structures. Then, Exploring the Web activities ask UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS STRATEGY students to research online and report on specific companies such as 3M, Boeing, Google, and Motorola. CONCEPTS PLUS, 3E R. Duane Ireland, Texas A&M University; Robert E. Hoskisson, Rice Closing Cases conclude each chapter with a brief case University; Michael A. Hitt, Texas A&M University that can be used for further analysis of chapter issues. Each case has been chosen to reflect contemporary Introduce the knowledge and tools that todays most issues and problems in strategic management. successful firms use to build business and consistently Accompanying discussion questions encourage outperform the competition with the latest edition of students to consider how managers approach real Ireland/Hoskisson/Hitts UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS problems in todays market. STRATEGY CONCEPTS PLUS, Third Edition. This book Ten expanded end-of-text cases focus on specific clearly demonstrates to your students what todays most strategic management topics and present extensive successful firms already know--how solid management applicable teaching opportunities. Students can strategy equals the decisive actions necessary to create collect additional information on the companies in sustainable competitive advantage. Written by strategy these cases as a way to add up-to-the-minute currency leaders recognized for their reliability and currency, this to the analysis and to understand how managers concise texts strong conceptual foundation highlights use data to increase competitive advantage and the latest strategic management research and cutting- performance. edge practices. Students learn from both successes and CONTENTS failures in this action-oriented book as they examine the impact of business strategy in familiar firms and Part I: INTRODUCTION TO STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT. learn from the mistakes of those who failed to apply 1. Developing the Competitive Strategic Process. 2. the strategic process. This editions unique applied Governing Stakeholders and Business Ethics. Part learning approach guides students, step-by-step, II: THE NATURE OF COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. through creating strong strategy, planning for success, 3. Identifying Opportunities and Threats through implementing responsive action, competing effectively www.cengageasia.com 121

124 with strategy, analyzing the environment and firm, and Hone student skills with updated, powerful Mini- improving upon results. Students develop practical Cases: This editions numerous new and updated workplace skills as UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS end-of-chapter Mini-Cases allow students to hone STRATEGY CONCEPTS PLUS, Third Editions powerful personal strategic management skills as they cases, experiential exercises, and videos from world conduct a brief analysis, practice critical thinking, and business leaders reinforce how solid strategy leads to implement actual strategy within each succinct case. responsive actions that separate successful firms from Ensure thorough understanding with Experiential those that fail. Exercises: Two Experiential Exercises at the end of each NEW TO THIS EDITION chapter give students the opportunity to participate in the actual strategic management process--from CengageNOW: This robust , online course the formulation of strategy and implementation of management system gives you more control in action through the final analysis--for a more thorough less time and delivers better student outcomes understanding of the chapters topics. NOW. CengageNOW includes teaching and learning Highlight global business leaders and challenges resources organized around lecturing, creating with new 50 Lessons videos: Bring the latest business assignments, grading, quizzing, and tracking student challenges into your course with this powerful progress and performance. Flexible assignments, selection of 10 brief videos by 50 Lessons. Some of online case library, automatic grading and a gradebook the worlds most successful business leaders share option provide more control while saving you valuable their business acumen and outline guiding principles time. A Personalized Study diagnostic tool empowers behind their most important business decisions and students to master concepts, prepare for exams, and career progression on the Instructors Resource DVD. become more involved in class. Ensure understanding with student-focused, step-by- Online Case Library: In this edition a full selection step presentation: This books unique applied approach of new and updates case studies are available for presents concepts in easily digestible chunks using you to assign to your class through CengageNOW, inviting colorful graphics and informative figures to our dynamic online homework system. With cases help students retain information as they walk through delivered through CengageNOW, your students only the creation, planning, execution, and evaluation of see the cases that you have selected to use in your the strategic management process. course. Trust the texts accurate, reliable presentation: The FEATURES texts distinguished authors continue to provide the most accurate, reliable presentation available in this Present todays most current business strategy on new edition. You can teach with confidence, knowing every page: This editions distinguished business your students are learning from the most accurate, authors have reviewed and updated each chapter up-to-date business strategy text on the market. with the latest business research so you can guide Provide in-depth, brief, and customized analysis with your students through the creation, implementation, a variety of cases: Help students practice strategic and evaluation of the strategic process using the management and critical-thinking skills with a wide most accurate and up-to-date business strategy selection of Full Teaching Cases that reflect todays information available today. latest developments and fresh Mini-Cases drawn Analyze familiar organizations with fresh new teaching from familiar industries. Cases allow students to plan, cases: An up-to-date selection of full teaching cases execute, and evaluate strategies in action and within available for your assign within CengageNOW, our context. You can even choose additional cases from online homework system, draws from a variety of Harvard, Ivey, and Darden through Cengage Learning well-known organizations, such as Apple, eBay, Custom Solutions. Mattel, Nintendo, Toyota, and familiar industries, giving students an opportunity to formulate, execute, CONTENTS and evaluate all parts of the strategic management 1. The Foundations of Strategic Management. 2. Leading process. Strategically. 3. Analyzing the External Environment. 122 www.cengageasia.com

125 4. Analyzing the Firm. 5. Business-Level Strategy. 6. managers.org.uk/index5.htm. Multi-Product Strategies. 7. Acquiring and Integrating FEATURES Businesses. 8. Competing Across Borders. 9. Creating and Maintaining Alliances. 10. Innovating through A rich variety of original real world case studies that Strategic Entrepreneurship. illustrate how strategy works in practice A new Key Debate feature highlighting the 2012, 272pp, Paperback, 9780538476812 controversial aspects of each chapter enhances critical coverage throughout the text Experiential exercises that place the reader in situations that require application of some part of the strategic management process Uses the most current examples and references as well as the latest events in the international business world, such as the global economic crisis and recent media coverage Use of thoroughly international examples, covering EMEA and further afield, particularly China and India Extensive online resources for lecturers and students include: Instructors Manual, Power Point Slides, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT Competitiveness & Globalization: Concepts & ExamView Testbank, Case Study Maps, Video Content, Cases Online Case Bank all available on a variety of VLE Henk W. Volberda, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus cartridges including Blackboard/WebCT and Moodle University; Robert E. Morgan , Cardiff Business School, Cardiff CengageNOW course management system University; Patrick Reinmoeller, Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University; Michael A. Hitt, Texas A&M University accompanies the text, providing students and lecturers with a powerful online learning program Volberda, Morgan and Reinmoeller have joined with CONTENTS Hitt, Ireland and Hoskisson to develop a truly landmark strategic management textbook that is ideally suited for PART I: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT INPUTS 1 Strategic courses in Europe, the Middle East and Africa as well as management and strategic competitiveness 2 The other global markets. With a new process perspective external environment 3 The internal organization 4 to supplement the texts trademark integrated Integrating internal and external resources PART II: approach, Strategic Management: Competitiveness REFINING THE STRATEGIC ACTIONS 5 Business- and Globalization provides the most comprehensive level strategy 6 Competitive rivalry and competitive and thorough coverage of strategic management dynamics 7 Corporate-level strategy 8 Strategic now available in the market. Whilst maintaining the acquisition and restructuring 9 International strategy strengths and hallmark features of the original work, 10 Cooperative strategy PART IIII: IMPLEMENTATION this new strategy text has been specially prepared to OF STRATEGIC ACTIONS 11 Strategic leadership 12 match the modern EMEA curriculum with boosted Corporate governance 13 Organizational structure and coverage of implementation issues, analysis of how controls 14 Strategic entrepreneurship 15 Strategic firms use strategic management tools, techniques renewal PART IV: INEGRATIVE CASES List of in-text and concepts, a balanced emphasis on economics and opening and closing cases CHAPTER 1 Opening Case resource-based perspectives and expanded coverage of Airbus + Boeing Closing Case The Nano within Tata comparative governance and organizational renewal. Group: Tata Motors rise and a revolution in the global Strategic Management has been shortlisted for the automotive industry CHAPTER 2 Opening Case Indian 2011/12 CMI Management Book of the Year awards in Oil Corporation Closing Case Does Google have the the ebook and Management and Leadership Textbook market power to ignore external pressures? CHAPTER categories. More information about the CMI and 3 Opening Case Gazprom: Strong pipelines Closing the competition can be found here http://yearbook. Case RIM at the Edge: Privacy, Protection, Policy and www.cengageasia.com 123

126 Company Performance CHAPTER 4 Opening Case Muji: Designing with Markets Closing Case Japanese Manga, Publishers and Innovation Models CHAPTER 5 Opening Case Acer Group: Using a Bare Bones Cost Structure to Succeed in Global PC Closing Case BMW differentiates with MINI CHAPTER 6 Opening Case Vodafone Group PLC & Competition in the U.K. mobile phone network Closing Case GlaxoSmithKline: finding a balance between GSKs strategic change with tactical implications CHAPTER 7 Opening Case Fosters Group Diversification into the Wine Business Closing STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF Case The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION, and Diversification Limits CHAPTER 8 Opening Case INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 2E Cross-Border Acquisitions: Trends and Patterns Closing Garry D. Bruton, Texas Christian University; Margaret A. White, Case DaimlerChrysler is Now Daimler AGThe Failed Oklahoma State University Merger with Chrysler Corporation CHAPTER 9 Opening Case Entry into China by Foreign Firms and Chinese THE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY Firms Reaching for Global Closing Case Al Jazeera AND INNOVATION, 2e, International Edition explores the fundamental connections linking core business Successful Transformation from a Regional to Global strategy, technology, and innovation. The text Channel CHAPTER 10 Opening Case Using Cooperative illustrates how these functions intertwine to play Strategies at IBM Closing Case BT and HPPursuing a central role in process layout, systems, structural a successful strategic alliance CHAPTER 11 Opening design, and product development, as well as supporting Case Selecting a New CEO: The Importance of Strategic an organizations overall success. An integrated Leaders Closing Case Robert Polet, the ice cream man approach and reader-friendly style make the material who made Gucci hot again CHAPTER 12 Opening Case accessible for students of all backgrounds, and the text Siemens Bribery Closing Case Europes Enron - Parmalat strikes an ideal balance between essential business CHAPTER 13 Opening Case Restructuring Nestl Closing theory and extensive practical insights and real-world Case Oticons Spaghetti Organization. CHAPTER 14 applications. In addition, the Second Edition has been Opening Case The continuing innovation revolution at thoroughly updated to incorporate the latest trends and research, abundant current examples and cases, and Nokia; The case of car navigation Closing Case The case a useful set of new tools students can use to support of the Dutch Life Sciences sector CHAPTER 15 Opening effective strategic decision-making. Case Sustained strategic renewal at Royal Dutch Shell plc 1907-2009 Closing Case Novotels Transformational NEW TO THIS EDITION Renewal Journey Each section within the text features an entirely new, 2011, 816pp, Paperback, 9781408019184 integrated case focusing on a high-profile company, including General Electric, GlaxoSmithKline, Acer, and Google. The cases provide memorable, highly relevant examples to help students understand the practical applications of key concepts and appreciate their real-world relevance. A new appendix dedicated to ethics and corporate social responsibility provides an in-depth look at these topics of widespread current interest in the business world, including their relation to green technology. The Second Edition features expanded coverage of numerous topics students will need to explore for success in todays dynamic global business 124 www.cengageasia.com

127 environment, including ethics, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and internal management processes. FEATURES Each chapter concludes with a variety of exercises designed to engage students and help them effectively review and absorb the material. Examples include mini-cases, Web exercises, discussion questions, and application exercises. Managerial checklists and guidelines at the end of STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, 2E each chapter give students insight into the real-world Text & Cases considerations managers face when attempting to Mohd Khairuddin Hashim, Universiti Utara Malaysia apply key concepts to common business challenges and opportunities. This book views strategic management as a field An appendix at the end of each section discusses of study as well as an important business process. useful analytical tools and additional concepts to help The book emphasizes on strategic management students build on what they have learned and increase as an important process that affects not only the their understanding of technology and innovation performance, but also the future of organizations. In management. doing so, the book focuses on essential issues such as This robust text includes substantial instructor its origin, context, approaches, theories, and addresses resources to help you plan and manage your course for each of the important aspects of strategic management outstanding results, including a Test Bank, Instructors processes to help readers better understand the Manual, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, and subject, especially those attempting to learn it for the Web resources. first time. CONTENTS FEATURES Part I: LAYING THE FOUNDATION. General Electric: Additional theories, tools, and techniques to further Changing with the Times. 1. Management of Technology assist students and managers better understand, as and Innovation: An Overview. 2. Strategy Process well as practice strategic management. and the Management of Technology and Innovation. Additional chapter on strategic thinking in this Appendix 1: Social Responsibility and the Management edition. of Technology and Innovation. Part II: INNOVATION: INTERNAL STRATEGY. GlaxoSmithKline: Successful CONTENTS Internal Innovation. 3. Innovation: Planning. 4. 1: The Origin of Strategic Management. 2: The Context Internal Innovation: Implementation. 5. Innovation: of Strategic Management. 3: Strategic Management Evaluation and Control. Appendix 2: Innovation: Project Management and New Product Development. Approaches and Theories. 4: Environmental Analysis. 5: Part III: OBTAINING TECHNOLOGY: EXTERNAL Strategic Thinking. 6: Strategic Formulation. 7: Strategy STRATEGY. Acer Group: A Family of Brands. 6. Obtaining Implementation. 8: Strategy Evaluation and Control. Technology: Planning. 7. Obtaining Technology: Cases. Implementation. 8. Obtaining Technology: Evaluation 2008, 216pp, Paperback, 9789814232487 and Control. Appendix 3: Managing Platforms and Portfolios of Technology. Part IV: BUILDING STRATEGIC MTI SUCCESS. Google: A Pattern of Success. 9. Building Capabilities for MTI Success. 10. Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management. Appendix 4: Waves of Innovation and Predicting the Future. 2011, 420pp, Paperback, 9780538481731 www.cengageasia.com 125

128 NEW TO THIS EDITION Supervision Broader examples of supervisory & organizational settings, including vignettes on the challenges and successes of Mark Zuckerberg. Based on faculty and student feedback, chapters 14, 15, and 16 were significantly changed to include coverage of employee training, an emphasis on legal issues, and lean manufacturing principles. Greater emphasis on skill development through updated Skill Builder exercises. Diversity Coverage: The text covers issues ranging from gender, ethnicity, and race as well as examining issues posed by different generations of workers. SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT, 9E Donald C. Mosley, University of South Alabama; Don C. Mosley, FEATURES Jr., University of South Alabama; Paul H. Pietri, University of South Alabama Focus on SCANS Competencies: A set of five icons that represent the five core areas of SCANS Competencies- Featuring a practical hands-on approach that -Use of Resources, Interpersonal Skills, Information blends skill-building opportunities with traditional Management, Use of Technology, and Understanding management principles, Mosley, Mosley, and Pietris Systems--are now used to indicate how each end-of- SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT, 9e helps prepare chapter Skill Builder helps students meet these five your students to become effective supervisors in core competencies. A correlation guide is available todays workplace. Readable, engaging, and offering a to instructors to help them choose the exercises that practical focus on developing successful supervisors, support the competency being taught. the Ninth Edition of SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT Emerging Topics: Cutting-edge coverage updates inspires students--emphasizing the positive approach every chapter, including material on critical topics of working cooperatively WITH people to develop such as emerging technologies, the rising importance and empower them to better perform in their of innovation and creativity, new trends in training, working roles. The authors consistently adhere to the and a greater emphasis on ethics and legal issues. federal government SCANS (Secretarys Commission Diversity of Examples: The authors have added even on Achieving Necessary Skills) requirements for more examples, applications, and cases that focus on workplace competencies, and the chapter-ending a broader range of companies, industries, and regions. Skill Builder exercises clearly demonstrate how they Praised by instructors nationwide as an eminently contribute to the students development of these teachable book, as well as an understandable skills. Chapter-opening Preview Cases give students hands-on resource for students, SUPERVISORY real-world examples of chapter concepts. These cases MANAGEMENT, 9e gives them the right mix of basic are referred to in chapter narrative and in Self-Check management principles and real-world material, questions, helping students link principle and concept including applications that help them develop their as they progress through each chapter. Chapter- supervisory skills. ending cases reinforce concepts with real-world Chapter-opening Preview Cases and chapter-ending supervisory examples. Including new and updated cases, as well as many examples and applications topics throughout and many course preparation and throughout, illustrate how concepts apply to real- presentation tools for instructors, the Ninth Edition of world work environments. this best-selling text is both an essential teaching tool The Integrated Teaching/Learning System reinforces and learning resource that students will turn to even learning by organizing chapter material according to after completing your course. chapter-opening Learning Objectives and providing Self Check questions throughout each chapter. The Self Check questions function like an internal study 126 www.cengageasia.com

129 guide--helping students test their understanding of supervisory management expertise addresses the concepts as they progress through the chapter. The most critical challenges in business today, including Instructors Manual and Test Bank, which are available globalization, economic turbulence, transitional and to accompany the text, are also organized around the temporary workers, virtual employees, technology, Integrated Teaching/Learning System. outsourcing, downsizing, and much more. Hands- CONTENTS on and practical, SUPERVISION: CONCEPTS AND PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT, 12E, International Part I: OVERVIEW. 1. Supervisory Management Roles Edition complements chapter readings with skill- and Challenges. Part II: PLANNING AND ORGANIZING. building techniques and captivating video cases 2. Fundamentals of Planning. 3. Decision Making, from well-known organizations, which let students Problem Solving, and Ethics. 4. Fundamentals of experience supervisory roles themselves. Special Organizing. 5. Delegating Authority and Empowering attention to diversity and ethics also helps students Employees. Part III: LEADING. 6. Communication. develop a better sense of life beyond the classroom, 7. Motivation. 8. Leadership. 9. Group Development and enhances the texts thorough coverage of and Team Building. Part IV: SKILL DEVELOPMENT. 10. communication, decision-making, conflict resolution, Meetings and Facilitation Skills. 11. Coaching for Higher and other essential supervisory skills. Performance. 12. Managing Conflict, Stress, and Time. Part V: CONTROLLING. 13. Exercising Control. 14. NEW TO THIS EDITION Controlling Productivity, Quality, and Safety. Part VI: Sensibly Organized Approach: Long known as MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES AND DIVERSITY. instructor-friendly, the SUPERVISION: CONCEPTS 15. Selecting, Appraising, and Disciplining Employees. A N D P R AC T I C E S O F M A N AG E M E N T, 1 2 E , 16. The Supervisor, Labor Relations, and Legal Issues. International Edition now divides chapters into five equal parts, allowing instructors to assess students 2015, 592pp, Paperback, 9781285063003 progress at regular intervals, rather than randomly or by chapter. The five parts also align with the five standard aspects of management, helping students grasp high-level material more easily. Up-to-the-Minute Content: New data, research, examples, and cases in the text deal with the most significant trends in business today, such as new technologies, communicating with workers from differing generations, managing off-site or outsourced workers, navigating volatile situations, diversity and an international workforce, the hands-on leadership required in flat organizations, and much more. SUPERVISION, 12E New Critical Incidents: Replacing all cases from the Concepts and Practices of Management, previous edition, these short, accessible case studies International Edition challenge students to apply chapter concepts by Edwin C. Leonard, Indiana University thinking critically, analyzing information, and problem solving. Help students differentiate themselves in a competitive Revised Testing and Assignments: Responding to marketplace with SUPERVISION: CONCEPTS AND changing needs, the 12th Editions test bank now PRACTICES OF MANAGEMENT, 12E, International includes many more multiple-choice questions, along Edition. A blend of traditional management concepts with a special emphasis on application and critical and emerging insights, the text draws from the thinking. Skill-building exercises are divided into authors firsthand business experience to deliver the Personal Skill Building and Team Skill Building sections leadership skills hiring managers want, but rarely find, too, making it easy to find just the right exercises for in new recruits. This comprehensive single source for students. www.cengageasia.com 127

130 Exciting Video Cases: All new with the 12th Edition, Management of Change. 11. Managing Work Groups, exciting video cases show students how real companies Teamwork, Morale, and Counseling. 12. Supervising grapple with actual management situations. Forward- a Diverse Workforce. Part V: CONTROLLING. 13. thinking companies covered in the video set include Fundamentals of Controlling. 14. Improving Employee Numi Teas, Evo Gear, Flight 001, Preserve by Recycline, Performance. 15. Resolving Conflicts in the Workplace. Gold + Williams, Metropolitan Bakery, and others. 2013, 592pp, Paperback, 9781111969806 FEATURES Active Learning Feature: Added in response to instructor requests, several role-playing exercises coordinate with chapters and cases in the text to help reinforce lessons while encouraging class participation. Suggestions in the Instructors Manual help maximize this learning feature. Chapter-Opening Cases: These popular vignettes of real business challenges immediately draw students into current supervisory issues, encouraging them to delve deeper into chapter material to solve problem situations. SUPERVISION, INTERNATIONAL Efficient Course Preparation System: A hallmark strength of SUPERVISION: CONCEPTS AND EDITION Carlene Cassidy, Anne Arundel Community College; Robert Kreitner, PRACTICES OF MANAGEMENT, 12E, International Ph.D., Arizona State University, Emeritus Edition, the integrated learning system organizes the text and supplements around central learning Help future and current supervisors reach their full objectives to streamline course preparation and guide potential and inspire those working for them to achieve students to the right areas of study. their best with Cassidy/Kreitners SUPERVISION: Critical-Thinking Applications: Proven applications SETTING PEOPLE UP FOR SUCCESS, INTERNATIONAL in each chapter require students to assess, analyze, EDITION. This much-anticipated text from successful and develop supervisory strategies--and develop professional Cassidy and experienced author Kreitner unexpected yet efficient solutions. emphasizes the skills that are most important Memorable Supervisory Tips: Drawn from the authors for success in todays new economy, including extensive, firsthand experience, these suggestions exceptional communication and training skills as highlight some of the most important skills in well as extraordinary people skills. The book provides supervisory management today, providing students a solid foundation in supervision basics, including with practical skills they can use immediately and in planning, organizing, staffing, recruitment, decision- their future careers. making, motivating employees, leading teams, handling CONTENTS conflicts, and much more. To support the books underlying theme of setting employees up for success, Part I: SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW AND each chapter emphasizes the most effective strategies THE ESSENTIAL SKILL. 1. Supervising in Uncertain Times. and techniques for becoming a highly effective 2. The Management Functions. 3. Communication: The supervisor. Students gain a solid understanding of Key to Supervisory Management. Part II: SUPERVISORY the vast responsibilities todays supervisors face and ESSENTIALS. 4. Principles of Motivation. 5. Problem how to best approach these responsibilities, including Solving. 6. Positive Discipline. Part III: PLANNING, the management of diverse and virtual teams. The ORGANIZING, AND STAFFING. 7. Supervisory Planning. texts clear presentation weaves engaging interviews, 8. Supervisory Organizing at the Department Level. 9. The intriguing case studies, and extensive real-world Supervisors Role in Preparing Employees for Success. examples throughout each chapter to demonstrate Part IV: LEADING. 10. Supervisory Leadership and the how supervisors can spend more time setting their 128 www.cengageasia.com

131 employees up for success and less time controlling that resonate with students and bring the material to and disciplining. A unique skills-based Supervisors life through their candid personal experiences. Toolkit contains checklists, communication logs, CONTENTS self-assessment tools, and other critical supervision resources. Prepare your students to set people up for PART I: INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS & SUPERVISION success as they achieve their personal best as effective BASICS. 1. Business Basics and The Supervisors Role. supervisors in business today with Cassidy/Kreitners PART II: GETTING STARTED. 2. Leading Diverse and unique SUPERVISION: SETTING PEOPLE UP FOR Virtual Teams. 3. Planning, Goal Setting, and Achieving SUCCESS, INTERNATIONAL EDITION. Results. 4. Recruitment, Selection, and Retention. 5. Setting Your New Hire up for Success: Orientation. FEATURES 6. Appraising and Rewarding Performance. PART III: SUPERVISORS TOOLKIT PROVIDES EASY ACCESS THE KEYS TO SUCCESS: TRAINING, COACHING, TO VALUABLE, PRACTICAL RESOURCES --A unique CREATIVITY AND COMMUNICATION. 7. Training: Begin Supervisors Toolkit is integrated throughout the book with the End in Mind. 8. Motivation and Coaching - Its to provide resources that are critical for achieving and Okay to Have Some Fun! 9. Creating a Positive, Creative, inspiring success now and in the future. Students find and Productive Work. Environment. 10. Communication: important forms, checklists, communication logs, self- Around the World in 60 Seconds. 11. Behavior in the assessment tools, and experiential activities as well Workplace: the Bad and the Ugly. PART IV: MANAGING as opportunities to practice techniques. RESOURCES LEGALLY AND ETHICALLY. 12. Staffing: KNOWLEDGE TO ACTION activities are a unique Budgets, Schedules and Outsourcing. 13. Legal and learning tool containing scenarios and questions Ethical Issues. 14. Information Systems, the Internet, and designed to allow students to reflect and apply their Technology. PART V: PEOPLE ARE AT THE HEART OF new knowledge. Through these engaging individual EVERY SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATION - GET TO KNOW or group activities, students discover why the YOURSELF AND YOUR PEOPLE. 15. Its All About People. information is relevant and how it can be used in the 2010, 480pp, Paperback, 9780324788839 workplace. These are outstanding focal points for class discussion. BALANCED CHAPTER CONTENT FOCUSES ON PRACTICAL SKILLS AND REAL EXAMPLES --Important background information within each chapter offers clear explanations, interviews filled with useful insights, numerous real examples from actual organizations, useful case studies, and tools from the Supervisors Toolkit. All chapter content supports the books underlying theme of setting employees up for success as students learn to face challenges to achieve their full potential and create opportunities for employees for attain success. THEY SAID IT BEST DIRECTS READERS TO INSIGHTFUL QUOTES FROM RECOGNIZED LEADERS --Brief They Said it Best feature boxes throughout each chapter highlight key comments from well- known business leaders related to chapter content. STRAIGHT TALK FROM THE FIELD OPENING VIGNETTES IMMEDIATELY ENGAGE READERS --Each chapter begins with an intriguing vignette written by a supervisor from with diverse industry experience. These guest speakers provide real-world examples www.cengageasia.com 129

132 Business Aplia: This edition offers Aplia as an optional online interactive tool to complete auto-graded business Communication communication assignments and better understand key concepts. Aplia improves learning by increasing Business Communication student effort and engagement. Aplia also offers a grammar and mechanics primer called Aplias Preparing for Business Communication. Write Experience: Write Experience uses artificial intelligence to score your writing instantly and accurately. It also provides students with detailed revision goals and feedback on student writing to help improve written communication and critical- thinking skills. Shorter, comprehensive chapters in a modern design present content in a more engaging and accessible format without minimizing coverage for your course. BCOM 6 (WITH COURSEMATE PRINTED Tear-Out Review Cards, Model Documents, and Style ACCESS CARD), 6E Cards at the back of the Student Editions provide Carol M. Lehman, Mississippi State University; Debbie D. DuFrene, students a portable study tool containing all of the Stephen F. Austin State University pertinent information for class preparation. Instructor Prep Cards at the back of the Instructors Created by the continuous feedback of a student- Edition make preparation simple with detachable tested, faculty-approved process, BCOM6 delivers cards for each chapter, offering a quick map of chapter a visually appealing, succinct print component, tear- content, a list of corresponding PowerPoint and out review and model document cards for students video resources, additional examples, and suggested and instructors and a consistent online offering with assignments and discussion questions to help you CourseMate that includes an eBook in addition to organize chapter content efficiently. a set of interactive digital tools all at a value-based Every 4LTR Press solution comes with CourseMate, price and proven to increase retention and outcomes. the interactive digital component that offers a full BCOM6 provides expanded coverage on technology suite of unique learning tools that appeal to different and social media, abundant real world examples, and learning styles. CourseMate for BCOM6 includes a model documents to guide students writing practice. wealth of interactive learning tools, including quizzes, NEW TO THIS EDITION flashcards, games, videos, PowerPoint notes, language art reviews, and more. Updated coverage of technology and social media has been added throughout the text. CONTENTS Most sample documents have been completely 1. Establishing a Framework for Business Communication. revised and updated. 2. Focusing on Interpersonal and Group Communication. Most boxed inserts and in-text examples have been 3. Planning Spoken and Written Messages. 4. Preparing thoroughly revised and updated. Spoken and Written Messages. 5. Communicating Electronically. 6. Delivering Good- and Neutral-News FEATURES Messages. 7. Delivering Bad-News Messages. 8. Every 4LTR Press solution comes complete with an Delivering Persuasive Messages. 9. Understanding the engaging print textbook, tear-out review cards, an Report Process and Research Methods. 10. Managing interactive digital solution (CourseMate), and an Data and Using Graphics. 11. Organizing and Preparing eBook all of which were directly influenced from Reports and Proposals. 12. Designing and Delivering Business Presentations. 13. Preparing Rsums and student focus groups and surveys, and from interviews Application Messages. 14. Interviewing for a Job and with many faculty and students. Preparing Employment. Grammar and Usage Appendix. 130 www.cengageasia.com

133 References. Index. Review Cards. (Student Edition). Prep without friending your students). www.cengage. Cards (Instructor Edition). Model Docs. Style Cards. com/mindtap NEW! Chapter 1, Business Communication in the Digital 2015, 304pp, Paperback, 9781285431642 Age, introduces communication foundations with an emphasis on social media in todays technology-based workplace. This chapter also describes significant trends in todays networked work environment and how social media and other new communication technologies require excellent communication skills, particularly in an uncertain economy. NEW! Chapter 7, Short Workplace Messages and Digital Media, presents the professional use of digital messages in todays hyperconnected workplace. In addition to explaining how to compose professional instant messages, blogs, and wikis, this chapter also BUSINESS COMMUNICATION, 8E explains the professional standards for email usage, Process and Product (with meguffey.com structure, and format in the digital-era workplace. Printed Access Card) NEW! The eighth editions groundbreaking design, Mary Ellen Guffey, Los Angeles Pierce College; Dana Loewy, California with its colorful, magazine-like graphics, will State University, Fullerton appeal to todays visual learners. New infographics A trusted market leader, BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: and figures present business communication PROCESS AND PRODUCT presents the most innovative concepts in a graphically appealing format that will coverage of workplace communication skills with an strengthen student comprehension and reinforce the expanded emphasis on digital writing. Trusted and understanding of concepts. respected among business communication instructors, NEW! New Social Media end-of-chapter activities this edition also offers breakthrough digital resources will help students develop workplace social media versions, including MindTap, and digital resources, skills. These activities will be identified with a Social such as Aplia, and Write Experience. Compelling, new Media icon. infographics and a vibrant new design appeal to todays NEW! Intriguing Reality Checks reinforce chapter visual learners. Most importantly, the hallmark features that made Guffey the market leader abundant model concepts and demonstrate workplace relevancy. Each documents, the 3x3 writing process, case studies, and Reality Check includes a brief quote from a business an efficient 16-chapter format continue to enhance professional who shares advice on succeeding in student learning and comprehension. Vast instructor todays competitive workplace. resources, including new video-enhanced PowerPoint New How-To videos instruct students on how to slides, help new and veteran instructors plan and prepare workplace messages. manage their courses. FEATURES NEW TO THIS EDITION Aplia: The 8th Edition offers faculty the chance to NEW! MindTap is a new personal learning experience use this online, interactive tool that ensures students that combines all your digital assets -- readings, review fundamental grammar and mechanics and multimedia, activities, and assessments -- into a understand key concepts. Aplia improves learning by singular learning path to improve student outcomes. increasing student effort and engagement without requiring more work from instructors. Learn more at MindTap offers complimentary web-apps known www.aplia.com/bcomm. Aplia also offers a grammar as MindApps. MindApps range from ReadSpeaker and mechanics primer called Aplias Preparing for (which reads the text out-loud to students), to Kaltura Business Communication. (allowing you to insert your own video and audio Write Experience: Write Experience allows you to into your curriculum) to ConnectYard (allowing you help students write effectively without adding to your to create digital yards through social media -- all workload! Write Experience uses artificial intelligence www.cengageasia.com 131

134 to score student writing instantly and accurately. It also provides students with detailed revision goals and feedback on their writing, to help them improve written communication and critical thinking skills. www.cengage.com/writeexperience The Guffey Premium Web Site gives the instructors and students one convenient place to find downloadable supplements such as the complete Instructors Manual, PowerPoint slides, transparency masters, test bank, and solutions to most activities. For students, there are online reinforcement exercises, chapter quizzes, self-check diagnostic grammar quizzes, BUSINESS COMMUNICATION, 9E flashcards, PowerPoint reviews, writing help, Ms. In Person, In Print, Online Grammar activities, and workplace simulations. Amy Newman, Cornell University Instructors will find downloadable supplements and solutions, bonus teaching modules, teaching BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: IN PERSON, IN resources, exercises, and handouts to enrich the PRINT, ONLINE, 9E offers a realistic approach to classroom experience.www.meguffey.com. communication in todays organizations. The text covers the most important business communication CONTENTS concepts in detail and thoroughly integrates coverage UNIT I: COMMUNICATION FOUNDATIONS. 1. Business of todays social media and other communication Communication in the Digital Age. 2. Professionalism: technologies. Building on core written and oral Team, Meeting, Listening, Nonverbal, and Etiquette communication skills, the ninth edition helps students Skills. 3. Intercultural Communication. UNIT II: THE make sound medium choices and provides guidelines WRITING PROCESS. 4. Planning Business Messages. and examples for the many ways people communicate 5. Organizing and Writing Business Messages. 6. at work. Students learn how to create PowerPoint Revising Business Messages. UNIT III: WORKPLACE decks, use instant messaging and texting effectively at COMMUNICATION. 7. Short Workplace Messages work, engage customers using social media, lead web and Digital Media. 8. Positive Messages. 9. Negative meetings and conference calls, and more. Messages. 10. Persuasive and Sales Messages. UNIT NEW TO THIS EDITION IV: Reports, Proposals, and Presentations. 11. Report and Research Basics. 12. Informal Business Reports. 13. NEW! MindTap is a personal learning experience Proposals, Business Plans, and Formal Business Reports. that combines all of your digital assets--readings, 14. Business Presentations. UNIT V: EMPLOYMENT multimedia, activities, and assessments--into a COMMUNICATION. 15. The Job Search, Rsums, singular learning path to improve student outcomes. and Cover Letters. 16. Interviewing and Following MindTap offers complimentary web-apps known Up. Appendix A. Grammar and Mechanics Guide. as MindApps. MindApps range from ReadSpeaker Appendix B. Document Format Guide. Appendix C. (which reads the text aloud to students) to Kaltura Documentation Guide. Appendix D. Correction Symbols. (allowing you to insert your own video and audio 2015, 704pp, Hardback, 9781285094069 into your curriculum) to ConnectYard (allowing you to create digital yards through social media--all without friending your students). www.cengage. com/mindtap. BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: IN PERSON, IN PRINT, ONLINE, 9E has been completely updated with current examples of business communication in the news, 75 percent new chapter introductions, 75 percent new 3Ps in Action and 3Ps in Practice features to link with new chapter introductions, 15 percent new end-of-chapter exercises, and Write Experience 132 www.cengageasia.com

135 incorporated into relevant end-of-chapter exercises. students make sound medium choices and provides New content also includes the following: guidelines and examples for the many ways people Updated communication research from contemporary communicate at work. Students will learn how to sources includes new information on social media in create PowerPoint decks, use instant messaging business, updated information about intranets and and texting effectively at work, engage customers wikis, the use of instant messaging, and infographics. using social media, lead web meetings and conference Revised communication model is more strategic calls, and more. and less linear, incorporating the complexity CONTENTS of communication--organizational culture, legal considerations, and ethics--and is more consistent Part I: FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION. with terms used throughout the text. 1. Understanding Business Communication. 2. Team and Intercultural Communication. 3. Interpersonal Completely revised content about bad-news messages Communication Skills. Part II: DEVELOPING YOUR adds depth around organizational context and BUSINESS WRITING SKILLS. 4. The Writing Process. 5. audience analysis and describes a continuum Revising Your Writing. Part III: WRITTEN MESSAGES. 6. approach rather than the indirect/direct dichotomy. Neutral and Positive Messages. 7. Persuasive Messages. Updated graphics include a new design to improve 8. Bad-News Messages. Part IV: REPORT WRITING. 9. readability. Planning the Report and Managing Data. 10. Writing Streamlined coverage eliminates redundancy and the Report. Part V: ORAL AND EMPLOYMENT allows for new content and examples of corporate COMMUNICATION. 11. Oral Presentations. 12. messages, Requests for Proposals, suggestions for Employment Communication. Reference Manual A: managing the back channel during a presentation, Language Arts Basics. Reference Manual B: Formatting online and graphical rsums, and expanded Business Documents. Reference Manual C: Common Types of Business Reports. Reference Manual D: advice for students on how to manage their online Glossary. reputations. FEATURES 2015, 560pp, Hardback, 9781285187044 Aplia: The ninth edition offers faculty the chance to use this online interactive tool that ensures students review fundamental grammar and mechanics and understand key concepts. Aplia improves learning by increasing student effort and engagement without requiring more work from you. Learn more at www. aplia.com/bcomm. Aplia also offers a grammar and mechanics primer called Aplias Preparing for Business Communication. Write Experience: Write Experience allows you to help students write effectively without adding to your workload. Write Experience uses artificial intelligence HOW 13, 13E to score student writing instantly and accurately. It A Handbook for Office Professionals, also provides students with detailed revision goals International Edition James L. Clark, Pasadena City College; Lyn R. Clark, Los Angeles Pierce and feedback on their writing to help them improve College written communication and critical-thinking skills. www.cengage.com/writeexperience. Since 1975, HOW and its subsequent editions have Thoroughly Updated Coverage of Communication been a prominent reference source for business Technology: The author has thoroughly integrated writers, office personnel, and students. With every new coverage of todays social media and other edition, HOW, International Edition has kept pace with communication technologies. Building on core written changes in our language and the business environment, and oral communication skills, the ninth edition helps striving to provide a useful and easy-to-understand www.cengageasia.com 133

136 reference manual for all professionals involved in organizational operations. It includes detailed and precise information for writing, formatting, and transmitting communications. Unlike other reference books, HOW 13, International Edition is tailored for writing style, grammar, mechanics, and techniques in a business/office environment. This text can be used as a stand-alone reference or as a supplement. NEW TO THIS EDITION Examples within the text have been thoroughly updated for todays readers. BCOM Chapter 8 has been reorganized so that content Asia Pacific Edition discussing words, sentences, paragraphs, and the Carol M. Lehman, Mississippi State University; Debbie D. DuFrene, Stephen F. Austin State University; Joy Cameron-Dow, Bond University; entire composition is grouped together. Mary Barrett, University of Wollongong New information has been added on Word Processing software review features. In todays fast-paced business environment, Chapter 11 content is now updated to reflect Word communicating effectively with multiple audiences 2010 formats. is more essentialand more challengingthan ever. Formatting in Chapter 12 now reflects the newest BCOM Asia Pacific edition is specifically aimed at editions of the Chicago Manual of Style (2010), the business students studying communication skills in a business degree. The blended learning BCOM MLA style manual (2009), and the APA (2010) style package of text and online resources combine a strong manual. emphasis on sound writing principles with practical New information has been provided in Chapter 13 on coverage of real-world spoken, electronic, and written social networking as an employment-seeking tool. communication situations and strategies that play a New topics have been added to Chapter 14 related to vital role in modern business. To help students translate Web 2.0 technology, discussing current topics such as communication theory into applied best practices blogs, social networking, and cloud computing. BCOM has an abundance of model documents and local New criteria for evaluating online web resources has and global examples. A new approach to learning the been updated in Chapter 14. principles of business communication, BCOM is the New information has been added to Chapter 15 AsiaPacific edition of a proven and innovative blended discussing Windows 7 file management. learning solution. This being a concise and complete text alongside a suite of online learning activities that FEATURES will ensure student success in business communication. Examples within the text have been thoroughly NEW TO THIS EDITION updated for todays readers. Students see the relevance of business communication CONTENTS through the local and global examples and cases of 1. Grammar and Usage. 2. Punctuation. 3. Capitalization. good communication in their text and online activities 4. Number Formats. 5. Hyphenating and Dividing Words. Students gain a greater understanding of business 6. Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Symbols. 7. Words communication in this region through relevant Often Confused and Misused. 8. Elements of Writing vocabulary, terminology, style conventions and Style. 9. Spelling, Proofreading, and Editing. 10. Address spelling Format and Forms of Address. 11. E-Mail Messages, Raise student awareness of cultural issues in business Business Letters, and Memorandums. 12. Reports and communication through the expanded coverage of Other Business Documents. 13. Employment Application cross-cultural material Documents. 14. The Internet and Its Resources. 15. Manual and Electronic File Management. FEATURES An innovative combination of content delivers both 2014, 608pp, Paperback, 9781133588238 134 www.cengageasia.com

137 printed and online learning tools. The BCOM core text and website offer a wealth of multimedia teaching and learning assets for both students and instructors. Coverage of contemporary technology: BCOM offers coverage of the legal and ethical issues arising from the use of contemporary communication technologies in business, for example instant messaging, text messaging, wiki, blogs, Twitter and much more. Includes both Local and global examples of many styles and types of communication to guide students in developing their own business communication skills. BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (WITH H e lp i n g s tu d e n t s i m p r ove t h e i r b u s i n e s s TEAMS HANDBOOK), 16E communication skills, the text provides both good and Carol M. Lehman, Mississippi State University; Debbie D. DuFrene, bad examples of communication. BCOM in Practice Stephen F. Austin State University boxes discuss real world business communication issues, especially legal and ethical implications, For more than six decades, Lehman and DuFrenes helping students to reflect on their learning. BUSINESS COMMUNICATION has established itself BCOM Tip boxes provide students with advice about as the authoritative standard in the field. Marked by effective business communication a concise, coherent writing style; enriched with an Chapter review tear-out cards, Model Documents, and abundance of model documents; and organized around Style tear-out cards provide students with a portable study tool containing all of the pertinent information a unique and effective Strategic Forces Model that for class preparation and revision. translates communication theory into applied best The BCOM Coursemate website for students includes practices, the text has consistently proven its value a wide variety of resources including flashcards, to both instructors and students. The new Sixteenth interactive games, videos, case assignments, audio Edition is a dynamic response to ongoing changes in downloads and more. This website engages students technology, organizations, the business marketplace, of all learning styles with the theory and practice of and the global economy. In todays fast-paced business Business Communication. environment, communicating effectively with multiple CONTENTS audiences is more essentialand more challenging than ever. BUSINESS COMMUNICATION, Sixteenth Part 1: Communication foundations and analysis 1. Edition, leads the way in preparing students to rise to Establishing a framework for business communication 2. Focusing on interpersonal communication 3. Focusing this challenge, combining a strong emphasis on sound on group communication 4. Planning written and spoken writing principles with practical coverage of real- messages Part 2: Communication through electronic, world spoken, electronic, and written communication voice and written messages 5. Communicating situations and strategies that play a vital role in modern electronically 6. Preparing good-and neutral-news business. messages 7. Preparing bad-news messages 8. Preparing NEW TO THIS EDITION persuasive messages 9. Revising written messages Part 3: Communication through reports and business The text has been extensively redesigned to create presentations 10. Understanding the report process and a more appealing, open look that is learner-centered research methods 11. Managing data and using graphics and interactive, while chapter content has been 12. Organising and preparing reports and proposals 13. condensed and reorganized to provide comprehensive Designing and delivering business presentations Part 4: coverage within a streamlined, reader-friendly Communication for employment 14. Preparing rsums structure that is more manageable for students and and application messages 15. Interviewing for a job and more flexible for instructors. preparing employment messages Review cards Style New Your Turn features with Take Action activities cards Model docs Weblinks draw students into the content and ask them to respond to, apply, assess, or explore important 2013, 392pp, Paperback, 9780170192484 www.cengageasia.com 135

138 communication issues, including the use of profanity, also provides valuable online resources to enhance need for discretion, avoidance of plagiarism, giving instruction in both distance and traditional classrooms. and interpretation of directions, and preparing This edition integrates coverage of legal and ethical elevator speeches. issues, diversity, teams, and technology as prevailing Interactive features integrated throughout the forces in modern business communication, a text encourage frequent student response and model that helps students better understand the involvement. For example, key communication issues interrelationship of key communication issues, are explored through interesting and relevant chapter- analyze common business situations, and design opening Organizational Showcase features, numerous appropriate and effective spoken, written, and Spotlight Communicator boxes, and chapter-ending electronic messages. cases. In addition, video segments from the hit In addition to extensive coverage of team British sitcom The Office, available to show in communication within the text, a dedicated Building class, illustrate humorous business communication High-Performance Teams handbook accompanies scenarios and correspond to discussion questions the text and guides students through the stages and in the text. processes of team development. New multimedia PowerPoint slides for use in class CONTENTS lectures, online lessons, or student study guides include a modern, professional look and audio and Part I: COMMUNICATION FOUNDATIONS. 1. visual content designed to enhance student learning, Establishing a Framework for Business Communication. while resource slides provide additional content and 2. Focusing on Interpersonal and Group Communication. solutions for selected end-of-chapter activities. Part II: COMMUNICATION ANALYSIS. 3. Planning The new Aplia Business Communication online Spoken and Written Messages. 4. Preparing Spoken learning solution combines compelling, interactive and Written Messages. Part III: COMMUNICATING chapter assignments with grammar and writing THROUGH VOICE, ELECTRONIC AND WRITTEN reviews to help students learn to better communicate MESSAGES. 5. Communicating Electronically. 6. their ideas in the business world, while features Delivering Good- and Neutral-News Messages. 7. such as automatic grading, randomized questions, Delivering Bad-News Messages. 8. Delivering Persuasive and detailed explanations can simplify teaching for Messages. Part IV: COMMUNICATION THROUGH instructors. REPORTS AND BUSINESS PRESENTATIONS. 9. Understanding the Report Process and Research FEATURES Methods. 10. Managing Data and Using Graphics. 11. The authors have applied their expertise to develop Organizing and Preparing Reports and Proposals. 12. text-specific content for use with WebTutor on Designing and Delivering Business Presentations. Part WebCT and Blackboard, enabling instructors V: COMMUNICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT. 13. Preparing to easily enhance their lesson plans, lectures, Resumes and Application Messages 14. Interviewing for and complete course activity. Highlights include a Job and Preparing Employment Messages. Appendix PowerPoint slides, model documents, flashcards, A: Document Format and Layout Guide. Appendix B: e-lectures, crossword puzzles, quizzes, discussion Referencing Styles. Appendix C: Language Review and questions, and videos. Exercises. Authors Carol Lehman and Debbie DuFrene are actively 2011, 656pp, Hardback, 9780324782172 involved in teaching and business communication research, and they have applied their considerable experience to the development of classroom-tested learning materials that capture students interest, enhance their skills, and prepare them to become more successful communicators. In conjunction with the comprehensive instructor ancillary package, a text-specific instructor website 136 www.cengageasia.com

139 FEATURES YOU BE THE VIRTUAL ASSISTANT CASES: At the end of each Part, students are asked to apply chapter concepts to a job as a virtual assistant. These virtual assistant cases ask students to complete assignments for and interact with current and prospective clients with whom he/she has contact with only through technology. LETS TALK BUSINESS: found at the beginning of each chapter, this feature highlights the experiences of real COMMUNICATING IN BUSINESS, business people and illustrates the application of the INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 8E chapter concepts. Karen Schneiter Williams, San Diego Mesa College; A.C. Buddy NEEDS WORK AND LOOKS GOOD: the authors use Krizan, Murray State University; Joyce P. Logan, University of an example-based approach which allows students Kentucky; Patricia Merrier, University of Minnesota, Duluth to review letters and other documents that are both The new, cutting-edge COMMUNICATING IN BUSINESS, good and that need work. Students can then 8e, International Edition helps students take their use these examples to model their homework after, communication skills to a higher level by combining ensuring they receive a better grade. up-to-date technology to enhance learning with stellar CONTENTS content to give them the foundations they need for success in business. Reflecting todays e-inundated Part I: COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS. 1. marketplace, this comprehensive text covers the basics Business Communication Foundations. 2. Multicultural for all forms of business communication, from letters to and Global Communication. 3. Technological, Legal, e-mail, business plans to presentations, listening skills and Ethical Considerations. Part II: EFFECTIVE to nonverbal messages, diversity to teamwork, visual COMMUNICATION DEVELOPMENT. 4. Principles aids to Web blogs, interpersonal communication to of Business Communication. 5. Print and Electronic twitter, and everything in between. The features and Messages. Part III: CORRESPONDENCE APPLICATIONS. package of the Williams/Krizan/Logan/Merrier text 6. Message Formats. 7. Positive, Neutral, and Social have long been receiving accolades from instructors Business Messages. 8. Negative Messages. 9. Persuasive across the country. Messages. Part IV: WRITTEN REPORT APPLICATIONS. 10. Business Research and Report Writing. 11. Proposals, NEW TO THIS EDITION Business Plans, and Special Reports. 12. Visual Aids. NEW Expanded coverage of technologic al Part V: ORAL AND NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION. developments in communication in chapter 3, with 13. Interpersonal Communication and Teamwork. 14. Listening and Nonverbal Messages. 15. Oral coverage of Twitter and tweeting, social networking Communication Essentials. Part VI: EMPLOYMENT sites, blogs and wikis and how they can be used COMMUNICATION. 16. The Job Search and Resume. 17. effectively for business communication. Employment Communication and Interviewing. NEW Coverage of globalization impacts on communication, including outsourcing, offshoring, 2011, 736pp, Paperback, 9780538744362 and impacts of working within multiple cultures. NEW And updated Writers Workshop exercises at the end of chapter help students work through sentences to improve basic grammar and writing principles and adds new challenges as the text progresses. NEW More closely tied to learning outcomes with Test Bank questions correlated to AACSB learning standards. www.cengageasia.com 137

140 1. Facing Todays Communication Challenges. UNIT 2: THE WRITING PROCESS. 2. Writing for Business Audiences. 3. Improving Writing Techniques. 4. Revising and Proofreading Business Messages. UNIT 3: CORRESPONDING AT WORK. 5. E-Mail and Memorandums. 6. Routine Letters and Goodwill Messages. 7. Persuasive Messages. 8. Negative Messages. UNIT 4: REPORTING WORKPLACE DATA. 9. Informal Reports. 10. Proposals and Formal Reports. UNIT 5: DEVELOPING SPEAKING SKILLS. ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS 11. Communicating in Person, by Telephone, and in COMMUNICATION, 2E Meetings 12. Making Oral Presentations. UNIT 6: Mary Ellen Guffey, Los Angeles Pierce College; Bertha Du-Babcock, COMMUNICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT. 13. The Job City University of Hong Kong Search, Resumes, and Job Application Letters. 14. Employment Interviewing and Follow-Up Messages. This revised Asian adaptation of Guffeys leading UNIT 7: COMMUNICATING WITH ETHICS. 15. Ethics in textbook retains the winning text/workbook format Business Communication. UNIT 8: INTEGRATIVE CASES of the original book. It reinforces basic communication ON BUSINESS. COMMUNICATION. Case 1Business and writing skills for effectively communicating ones Report Writing: Tourism Industry Analysis. Case 2 messages in various business situations and for Persuasive Memo Report Writing: Who to Hire. Case writing a variety of winning memos, letters, reports, 3Ethical Decision Making: Communication Strategies and rsums. There is also comprehensive coverage for EasyFix. Case 4Minutes Writing: To Recall or Not of contemporary business communication issues, to Recall. including oral communication, electronic forms of communication, diversity, and ethics. Four integrative 2010, 576pp, Paperback, 9789814319171 cases, based on real companies and situations in Asia, help students apply the knowledge and skills they have learned from the book to resolve real business issues. Business English NEW TO THIS EDITION More materials, including text and photos, are revised or updated from the perspective of Asian learners. New questions are added to the Grammar/Mechanics Checkup section of each chapter to help Asian students avoid frequently made mistakes. A Student CD is packaged with the book to provide valuable learning resources such as PowerPoint slides and worksheets. FEATURES A text/workbook format that includes concepts, BUSINESS ENGLISH (WITH MEGUFFEY. workbook application exercises, writing problems, and COM PRINTED ACCESS CARD), 11E self-teaching grammar/mechanics handbook. Mary Ellen Guffey, Los Angeles Pierce College; Carolyn M. Seefer, Diablo Valley College A full chapter to address the importance of ethics in business communication (Chapter 15). BUSINESS ENGLISH, 11th Edition, by Mary Ellen Guffey CONTENTS and Carolyn Seefer makes students into successful UNIT 1: LAYING COMMUNICATION FOUNDATIONS. communicators in any business arena with its proven grammar instruction and supporting in-text and online 138 www.cengageasia.com

141 resources. The market leader in grammar and mechanics will find downloadable supplements, bonus teaching since its first publication, BUSINESS ENGLISH uses a modules, exercises, and handouts to enrich the three-level approach to break topics into manageable classroom experience. units, and gives you flexibility in planning your course. Intriguing Trivia Tidbits: These margin notes offer Packed with insights from more than thirty years of interesting facts about the English language to classroom experience in business communications, stimulate curiosity about chapter topics. BUSINESS ENGLISH also includes access to the premier Chat About It Discussion Questions: Discussion website where instructors and students will find a vast questions at the end of every chapter offer students array of resources for building language skills. New the chance to discuss English language skills during to the 11th Edition, CengageNow combines the best class, as well as an online chat room and discussion of technology to help students identify troublesome board, modes of communication that are popular concepts and practice new skills. with students today. Some topics also require outside NEW TO THIS EDITION research to help you broaden the scope of your course. Effective Three-level Approach: A unique and CengageNOW: CengageNOW reinforces learning thorough approach to grammar, BUSINESS ENGLISH and promotes skill-building with innovative digital starts with the basics every student needs, then moves resources. A diagnostic personalized study plan step-by-step through the language building skills helps identify troublesome concepts and creates they will rely on to communicate effectively in their individualized study plans for better class preparation business careers. Learning aids throughout the text, and grades. You also get PowerPoint slides, such as exercises, study tips, and Spot the Blooper reinforcement exercises, and an integrated ebook to will challenge students at every level. make studying BUSINESS ENGLISH more effective Enlightening FAQs Answered by the Authors: and convenient. Illustrate everyday communication problems Shorter Book Length: To better match your course encountered in the business world with FAQs, an easy- objectives and allow you to cover more topics during to-read question-and-answer format that addresses your academic term, the authors have reduced the important distinctions in English grammar, usage, book length from 18 chapters to 14 chapters. style, and vocabulary. Updated Examples, Illustrations, and Bloopers: Up- to-the-minute references to business events and CONTENTS technology (wikis, e-mail, blogs, browsers, and more) 1. Parts of Speech. 2. Sentences: Elements, Varieties, indoctrinate students in todays rapidly changing Patterns, Types, Faults. 3. Nouns: Plurals and Possessives. digital workplace. 4. Pronouns. 5. Verbs. 6. SubjectVerb Agreement. 7. Coordination to Reference Books: The authors Modifiers: Adjectives and Adverbs. 8. Prepositions. 9. reviewed every entry to be certain that it coordinated Conjunctions. 10. Commas. 11. Semicolons and Colons. with the most recent editions of Clark and Clarks 12. Other Punctuation. 13. Capitalization. 14. Numbers. Handbook for Office Professionals and Sabins Gregg Appendix A. Developing Spelling Skills. Appendix B. Reference Manual. Developing Vocabulary Skills. Appendix C. Document More Bloopers: The authors expanded the popular Format Guide. Self-Help Exercises. Answers to Self-Help Spot the Blooper exercises by offering bonus Bloopers Exercises. Answers to Unit Reviews. at the student website and the Blooper key so 2014, 512pp, Paperback, 9781133627500 students can check their answers. FEATURES Exclusive Instructor/Student Web Site: The premier website gives students one convenient place to find textbook support. Chapter quizzes, Spot the Blooper activities, PowerPoint review, Ms. Grammar, and other resources help students build skills. Instructors www.cengageasia.com 139

142 Managerial Communication document types and rules for memorization. This text clearly illustrates communications applicability for real business purposes, including marketing, management, and corporate goals so the reader readily sees the benefits of good business communication skills. This text is concise and logically organized, actually utilizing the principles of communication that are presented within. Application-based, STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION includes a wealth of assignments so students are able to apply the theory they learn. The text begins with an overview of strategy, and STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT then proceeds to discuss the elements of strategy COMMUNICATION FOR LEADERS, 3E formulation in a business context. Within this Robyn Walker, University of Southern California discussion, the application of strategy to written, oral presentational, interpersonal, and group STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION is communication is addressed. based upon an alternative theoretical foundation To develop higher-level thinking skills and promote grounded in theory but with connections to long-lasting knowledge acquisition, numerous communication in the world of business. STRATEGIC exercises are provided to enable you to apply, analyze, MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION shows students and evaluate your knowledge and understanding of how various business courses are related and highlights text concepts and principles. communication as a practice that is applicable to all business situations regardless of the discipline, CONTENTS department, or organizational level at which it takes 1. What is Strategic Communication? PART I: THE place. STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION PROCESS. 2. NEW TO THIS EDITION Foundations of Communication. 3. Step One: Identify the Purposes of Communication. 4. Step Two: Analyze Focus on Leadership End-of-Chapter Cases provide the Audience. 5. Steps Three and Four: Consider the students opportunities to analyze real situations Context and Select a Channel of Communication. and learn how leadership relates to managerial PART II: COMMUNICATION TACTICS FOR DIFFERING communication. CHANNELS AND CONTEXTS. 6. Communicating Each chapter also includes an additional brief case in Writing. 7. Communicating in Oral Presentations study highlighting communication at real companies. and Managing Meetings. 8. Preparing Employment Featured companies include Microsofts Zune, Skype, Messages. 9. Communicating with Employees. 10. Johnson & Johnson, Adobe Systems, Starbucks, Wal- Communicating in and Leading Teams. 11. Strategic Mart, Chrysler, and Aeropostale. Students will easily Organizational Communication. Appendix A: Model relate to these well-known companies. Documents. Appendix B: Common Writing Errors: FEATURES Punctuation, Sentence Structure and Usage. References. To make faculty classroom and overall course Glossary. Index. preparation just a little easier, STRATEGIC 2015, 432pp, Paperback, 9781133933755 MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION now includes a full comprehensive supplements package. The author emphasizes strategic thinking and explores communication as the learning and application of a set of related skills rather than as a discrete collection of 140 www.cengageasia.com

143 Report Writing Fifty percent of the applications and illustrations are new, enabling instructors who have used previous editions to offer fresh material to their students. Collaborative writing and ethical considerations are integrated throughout the text, ensuring readers confront the importance of working responsibly with others in the contemporary business environment. The books organization moves from simple to complex. The fundamental skills of writing, illustrating, and orally presenting a report are covered in Chapters 1-9. Chapters 10-16 cover business research and its presentation in a formal report. Both simple and complex reports are described and amply illustrated, providing students with experience CONTEMPORARY BUSINESS REPORTS, in crafting many reports commonly used in business INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 5E and non-profit organizations. Shirley Kuiper, University of South Carolina; Dorinda Clippinger CONTENTS CO N T E M P O R A R Y B U S I N E S S R E P O R T S , 5 E , 1. Report Characteristics. 2. Planning the Report. 3. International Edition guides readers step--by--step Writing the Report. 4. Writing Style and Lapses. 5. through the process of creating business reports Illustrating the Report. 6. Formatting the Report. such as a feasibility studies, business plans, employee 7. Writing Routine Reports. 8. Writing Nonroutine manuals, and more. Starting with writing fundamentals, Reports. 9. Planning and Delivering an Oral Report. readers work through the processes of planning and 10. Planning Research. 11. Selecting Data Sources. 12. conducting research, then drafting, revising, editing, Using Primary Data Sources. 13. Using Secondary Data and producing a simple report. This edition includes Sources. 14. Documenting Data Sources. 15. Analyzing new content addressing the impact of and use of Data for Complex Reports. 16. Writing Business Research electronic technology in the reporting process. Once Reports. readers master report preparation and writing, the authors explore presentation techniques and skills 2013, 544pp, Paperback, 9781133435334 that readers can use to effectively communicate the information contained in their reports. NEW TO THIS EDITION New sections have been added to each chapter addressing the impact of and/or use of electronic technology in the reporting process. New and updated example illustrations and applications throughout. Two online chapters provide coverage of employee manuals, instructions, and procedures (Chapter 17) and business plans (Chapter 18) adding dimensions not included in many basic business communication texts. GENERATING THE FIRST BUSINESS REPORT FEATURES A Step-by-Step Guide Visual aids and oral presentations are included early Jane S C Wong, Hong Kong University SPACE Community College in the learning sequence, enabling you to emphasize that even simple reports often are enhanced by visual Generating the First Business Report: A Step-by-Step aids and may be presented orally. Guide is designed as a supplement to any textbook on Dilbert cartoons offer light-hearted commentary on Business Communication or Business Reports. The book the report-writing function in business. aims to help university and college students in Asia to www.cengageasia.com 141

144 produce their first long business report by providing practical step-by-step guidelines. It is equally useful Introduction to to those working adults who need practical advice Business on writing business reports. The book examines the different sections of a typical long business report in detail and suggests concrete steps to guide the learners to produce their own. Inexperienced report writers will Introduction to Business find the ample authentic student examples particularly useful for self-study as well as for guided writing. FEATURES Excerpts from outstanding student assignments along with brief annotations provide clear examples and give readers a better understanding of the material. Useful phrases help students widen their vocabulary choices. Task activities at the end of each unit allow students to apply concepts and provide directed practice. Two complete reports included in the appendices BUSN 7 (WITH COURSEMATE PRINTED provide quick reference to readers. ACCESS CARD), 7E CONTENTS Marcella Kelly, Santa Monica College; Chuck Williams, Butler University 1. Pre-Writing Activity: Data Collection. 2. How to Start Writing a Long Business Report. 3. Editing and Created through a student-tested, faculty-approved Proofreading. Appendices: Two Complete Reports. review process with over 2,000 students and faculty, BUSN is an engaging and accessible solution to 2010, 91pp, Paperback, 9789814314879 accommodate the diverse lifestyles of todays learners. BUSN delivers all the topics found in lengthy Introduction to Business texts, but provides this content in a streamlined, riveting, less cluttered design that captivates students and saves you valuable time with powerful integrated resources. CengageNOW is now offered with BUSN. Written by experienced business instructors in touch with the needs of todays instructors and students, this edition provides a more student-focused, less linear, proven learning model. It addresses all core Introduction to Business topics in only 17 succinct chapters, including a unique chapter on business communication. Students stay on top of the timeliest developments with the books well-balanced presentation and wealth of supplements, including CourseMate, an interactive teaching and learning solution. All supplements are tightly integrated with the seventh edition of BUSN to ensure that students master critical communication skills and chapter concepts. Keep all students motivated and excited about business today, no matter what their major, with the powerful, unique approach and resources found in BUSN. 142 www.cengageasia.com

145 NEW TO THIS EDITION cards for each chapter, offering a quick map of chapter New box features and exhibits throughout the text content, a list of corresponding PowerPoint and highlight up-to-date business examples in leading video resources, additional examples, and suggested companies and provide a real-world understanding assignments and discussion questions to help you of todays business environment. Open any page of organize chapter content efficiently. BUSN and you will find the most current business Every 4LTR Press solution comes with CourseMate, statistics, timely quotes, contemporary fun facts, and the interactive digital component that offers a full new examples that make content relevant to today suite of unique learning tools that appeal to different and to the challenges your students will face in todays learning styles. Quizzes, audio downloads, video business world. podcasts, and more are only a click away. New Career content at the end of each chapter All of the content and resources you expect include spotlights the careers in virtually all fields of business a supplements package that is second-to-none, in the highest growth areas. Students can make including PowerPoint slides, a test bank, and an the connection from the business content they are Instructors Manual. learning to the related business career paths available CONTENTS to them. New video cases tie all chapter content to real-world Part I: THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT. 1. Business companies. In addition to new videos, all of the Now: Change Is the Only Constant. 2. Economics: The supplements have been revised to reflect the new Framework of Business. 3. The World Marketplace: material in BUSN. Business Without Borders. 4. Business Ethics & Social All of the content and resources you expect with a Responsibility: Doing Well by Doing Good. 5. Business new supplements package that is second-to-none, Communication: Creating & Delivering Messages That including CourseMate, reinforces skills and promotes Matter. Part II: CREATING A BUSINESS. 6. Business mastery of business concepts: The books interactive Formation: Choosing the Form That Fits. 7. Small website provides time-saving resources available for Business & Entrepreneurship: Economic Rocket Fuel. download with password protection. The resourceful Part III: FINANCING A BUSINESS. 8. Accounting: website also reinforces concepts with learning Decision Making by the Numbers. 9. Finance: Acquiring tools such as an interactive eBook, quizzes to help & Using Funds to Maximize Value. 10. Securities Markets: students study and prepare for exams, learning games, Trading Financial Resources. Part IV: MARKETING A flashcards of key terms, and additional content that BUSINESS. 11. Marketing: Building Profitable Customer extends the text material. A database for instructors Connections. 12. Product and Promotion: Creating and helps you further develop lectures. Communicating Value. 13. Distribution and Pricing: Right Product, Right Person, Right Place, Right Price. FEATURES Part V: MANAGING A BUSINESS. 14. Management, Every 4LTR Press solution comes complete with an Motivation, and Leadership: Bringing Business to Life. engaging print textbook, tear-out review cards, an 15. HRM: Building a Top-Quality Workforce. 16. Managing interactive digital solution (CourseMate), and an Information & Technology: Finding New Ways to Learn eBook--all of which were directly influenced from and Link. 17. OM: Putting It All Together. Personal student focus groups and surveys and from interviews Finance Appendix. Online Appendices. Labor Unions & with nearly 2,000 faculty and students. Collective Bargaining. Business Law. Shorter comprehensive chapters in a modern design 2015, 352pp, Paperback, 9781285187822 present content in a more engaging and accessible format without minimizing coverage for your course. Tear-out review cards at the back of the student edition gives students a portable study tool containing all of the pertinent information for class preparation. Instructor prep cards at the back of the Instructors Edition make preparation simple with detachable www.cengageasia.com 143

146 the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, and Chinas emergence as one of the worlds largest economies. Each chapter now includes a social media exercise within the Building Skills for Career Success section. Two Personal App features within each chapter provide visually enhanced student-centered examples to illustrate main text concepts. All Inside Business cases are new to this edition and introduce the theme of each chapter by focusing on real-world companies such as Starbucks, Google, Intel, FOUNDATIONS OF BUSINESS, 4E Cisco, Coca-Cola, and Amazon. William M. Pride, Texas A&M University; Robert J. Hughes, Richland All boxed features are new but continue to emphasize College, Dallas County Community Colleges; Jack R. Kapoor, College of DuPage the theme of success: Striving for Success, Ethical Success or Failure, Entrepreneurial Success, and Written by authors who have an extensive track record Career Success. Two additional features focus on teaching the Introduction to Business course, the hot-off-the-press information about sustainability fourth edition of this best-selling text features an up- and social media. to-date, comprehensive survey of business, including New end-of-chapter video cases highlight management and organization, human resource contemporary situations facing well-known companies management, marketing, social media and e-business, such as Zappos, Lenovo, and The Container Store. information systems, accounting, and finance. Core topics highlighted within these areas include ethics FEATURES and social responsibility, small business concerns and The theme of success is highlighted throughout the entrepreneurship, and global issues. New coverage in text to give students insight into best practices for this edition closely examines cutting-edge topics such attaining business and career goals. as the impact of social media on business, the economic crisis, green and socially responsible business, and CONTENTS sustainability. In addition to updating and revitalizing Part I: THE ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS. 1. Exploring the content, the authors have refined the program to be the World of Business and Economics. 2. Being Ethical and even more accessible and student-friendly. The fourth Socially Responsible. 3. Exploring Global Business. Part edition is also now available as MindTap, an online II: BUSINESS OWNERSHIP AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP. personalized learning experience. 4. Choosing a Form of Business Ownership. 5. NEW TO THIS EDITION Small Business, Entrepreneurship, and Franchises. Part III: MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION. 6. The fourth edition is now available as MindTap, Understanding the Management Process. 7. Creating a an online personalized learning experience: www. Flexible Organization. 8. Producing Quality Goods and cengage.com/mindtap. Services. Part IV: HUMAN RESOURCES. 9. Attracting Completely new in-depth coverage of social media has and Retaining the Best Employees. 10. Motivating and been included in the chapter on e-business. Satisfying Employees and Teams. Part V: MARKETING. Accounting coverage has been streamlined for the 11. Building Customer Relationships Through Effective introductory business student and covered with the Marketing. 12. Creating and Pricing Products That Satisfy topic of management information systems. Customers. 13. Distributing and Promoting Products. Each chapter has been thoroughly updated to provide Part VI: INFORMATION FOR BUSINESS STRATEGY AND the most recent data and examples. New topics DECISION MAKING. 14. Understanding Social Media include the current status of the economic crisis, new and e-Business. 15. Using Management Information information about the national debt, the latest news in Systems and Accounting Information. 16. Mastering social media, the flourishing app world, competition in Financial Management. the global environment today, the latest productivity 2015, 544pp, Paperback, 9781285193946 trends and lean manufacturing, new coverage of 144 www.cengageasia.com

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150 and testing in a full-featured course management system. You can use all of MathCues more than 15,000 homework and test questions to offer complete step-by-step solutions in the way that best enhances students learning experience. The package provides precise, targeted help for students as they complete homework, quizzes, and tests. CengageNOW with MathCue integrates seamlessly with Blackboard, WebCT, and other leading platforms. In addition to the MathCue problem sets, this package includes all even-numbered problems from the text as well as BUSINESS MATHEMATICS AND the ExamView test bank questions. STATISTICS, 7E EXCEL EXERCISES INTRODUCE STUDENTS TO Andre Francis, Queens Medical Centre, University of Nottingham; Ben SPREADSHEETS AND REINFORCE BUSINESS MATH Mousley, Corvinus University of Budapest TOPICS. Exercises provide three levels of difficulty: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Regardless This seventh edition of Business Mathematics and of students previous experience with spreadsheets, Statistics provides a thorough grounding in basic these realistic business scenarios help them learn mathematical and statistical techniques, helping about or refine their knowledge of spreadsheets while students to learn how to make decisions when presented sharpening their business math skills. with incomplete information. Comprehensive coverage of statistical methods, management mathematics and CONTENTS probability and extensive examples and questions 1. Whole Numbers. 2. Fractions. 3. Decimals. 4. make this essential reading for students on business Checking Accounts. 5. Using Equations to Solve and accounting courses and also students studying Business Problems. 6. Percents and Their Applications economics. in Business. 7. Invoices, Trade and Cash Discounts. 8. FEATURES Markup and Markdown. 9. Payroll. 10. Simple Interest and Promissory Notes. 11. Compound Interest and Numerous examples in each chapter bring the maths Present Value. 12. Annuities. 13. Consumer and Business to life and apply theory to context. Credit. 14. Mortgages. 15. Financial Statements and Self-review and exercise sections at the end of every Ratios. 16. Inventory. 17. Depreciation. 18. Taxes. 19. chapter allow students to test their knowledge of what Insurance. 20. Investments. 21. Business Statistics and they have just learned. Data Presentation. Provides an accessible and practical foundation in the mathematical and statistical techniques used in 2015, 816pp, Paperback, 9781285189758 business and management. Examination examples and worked solutions at the end of each part help support effective preparation for examinations. The seventh edition also comes with a companion website of useful resources including additional questions and answers. CONTENTS 1 Introduction to Business Mathematics and Statistics Part 1. Data and their presentation 2. Sampling and Data Collection 3. Data and their Accuracy 4. Frequency Distributions and Charts 5. General Charts and Graphs Examination questions Part 2. Statistical measures 148 www.cengageasia.com

151 6. Arithmetic Mean 7. Median 8. Mode and Other Measures of Location 9. Measures of Dispersion and Skewness 10. Standard Deviation 11. Quantiles and the Quartile Deviation Examination example and questions Part 3. Regression and correlation 12. Linear Functions and Graphs 13. Regression Techniques 14. Correlation Techniques Examination examples and questions Part 4. Time series analysis 15. Time Series Model 16. Time Series Trend 17. Seasonal Variation and Forecasting Examination example and questions Part 5 Index numbers 18. Index Relatives 19. Composite Index CONTEMPORARY BUSINESS Numbers 20. Special Published Indices Examination MATHEMATICS FOR COLLEGES, questions Part 6. Compounding, discounting and INTERNATIONAL EDITION (WITH BIND annuities 21. Interest and Depreciation 22. Present Value IN PRINTED ACCESS CARD), 16E and Investment Appraisal 23. Annuities Examination James E. Deitz, Past President of Heald Colleges; James L. Southam, examples and questions Part 7 Business equations San Francisco State University and graphs 24. Functions and Graphs 25. Linear Equations 26. Quadratic and Cubic Equations 27. CONTEMPORARY BUSINESS MATH FOR COLLEGES, Differentiation and Integration 28. Cost, Revenue and 16E, International Edition presents a basic, arithmetic- Profit FunctionsExamination examples and questions based approach to business math. It emphasizes Part 8 Probability 29. Set Theory and Enumeration 30. practical skill-building to prepare students for careers Introduction to Probability 31. Conditional Probability in business through step-by-step development of and Expectation Examination examples and questions concepts, numerous practice exercises, and real-world Part 9. Further probability 32. Combinations and application of techniques. The text progresses from Permutations 33. Binomial and Poisson Distributions the most basic to more complex business math topics. 34. Normal Distribution Examination example and Additional assets to help students gain confidence in questions Part 10 Specialised business applications 35. mathematics such tutorials, video clips, and more are Linear Inequalities 36. Matrices 37. Inventory Control available on the companion website. 38. Network Planning and Analysis E x a m i n a t i o n NEW TO THIS EDITION example and questions The material has been refined throughout and 2014, 640pp, Paperback, 9781408083154 reorganized when necessary to enhance learning. New! Chapter 4, International Weights and Measures. New! Expanded coverage in Chapter 3, Word Problems and Equations. New! Appendix C, Fundamental Processes. New! Enhanced Chapter 9, Banking. CONTENTS 1. Fractions. 2. Decimals. 3. Word Problems and Equations. 4. International Weights and Measures. 5. Percents. 6. Commissions. 7. Discounts. 8. Markup. 9. Banking. 10. Payroll Records. 11. Taxes. 12. Insurance. 13. Simple Interest. 14. Installments Purchases. 15. Promissory Notes and Discounting. 16. Compound Interest. 17. Inventory and Turnover. 18. Depreciation. 19. Financial Statements. 20. International Business. 21. Corporate Stocks. 22. Corporate and Government www.cengageasia.com 149

152 Bonds. 23. Annuities. 24. Business Statistics. Appendix edition of the book, Microsoft released Office 2013. A: Answers to Odd-Numbered Problem. Appendix B: Therefore, all of the screenshots in the book are Answers to Self-Check Review Problems. Appendix C: from this newer version. However, the changes from Fundamental Processes. 2010 to 2013, or even from 2007 to 2013, are not that extensive, at least for our purposes. Therefore, if you 2013, 560pp, Paperback, 9781133584377 are still using Office 2007 or 2010, this book should work fine for you. Data Mining Coverage: Chapter 17 on data mining is Business Statistics completely new. The topic itself is huge, with many books of various mathematical levels devoted entirely to it, and it is impossible to cover it adequately in a single chapter. However, we believe this new chapter provides an exciting, hands-on introduction to data Coming Soon! mining. Content Reductions: Based on user surveys, we deleted portions of various chapters, particularly Chapter 4 (Probability and Probability Distributions), that were used least often. Advanced Statistical Coverage: There are three online chapters available: Chapter 18 (Importing BUSINESS ANALYTICS, 5E Data into Excel), Chapter 19 (Analysis of Variance Data Analysis & Decision Making (with Data and Experimental Design), and Chapter 20 (Statistical Sets Printed Access Card) Process Control). S. Christian Albright, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business Tutorial Videos: To help students learn, we created (Emeritus); Wayne L. Winston, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business (Emeritus) more than 50 videos that explain concepts and work through examples. Students can access the videos for Students will master data analysis, modeling, and free on the textbook companion website. A complete spreadsheet use with BUSINESS ANALYTICS: DATA list of videos is available on the website, and video ANALYSIS AND DECISION MAKING, 5E! This icons appear in the margins of the textbook next to quantitative methods text provides users with the relevant topics. tools to succeed with a teach-by-example approach, Updated Problems: We modified a number of student-friendly writing style, and complete Excel 2013 problems, usually to update their data, and we added integration. It is also compatible with Excel 2010 and several brand-new problems. We also created a file, 2007. Problem sets and cases provide realistic examples essentially a database of problems, that is available to show the relevance of the material. The Companion to instructors. This file, DADM 5e Problem Database. Website includes: the Palisade DecisionTools Suite (@ xlsx, indicates the context of each of the problems RISK, StatTools, PrecisionTree, TopRank, RISKOptimizer, and shows the correspondence between problems NeuralTools, and Evolver); SolverTable, which allows in this edition and problems in the previous edition. you to do sensitivity analysis; data and solutions files, Suggested Solutions for Conceptual Questions: PowerPoint slides, and tutorial videos. In addition to Problems, each chapter also NEW TO THIS EDITION includes Conceptual Questions to assess student comprehension of concepts on a broad level. New for Business Analytics Focus: The term business analytics this edition, suggested solutions for these Conceptual is now in the title of the book. This term is now Questions have been provided. ubiquitous in our area, being extremely popular with both academics and businesspeople, and we are FEATURES pleased that our methods are now so highly regarded. Access to the Academic Version of the DecisionTools Updated to Office 2013: As we were creating this Suite by Palisade Corporation: This suite includes six 150 www.cengageasia.com

153 separate add-ins: @RISK, an add-in for simulation; StatTools, an add-in for statistical data analysis; PrecisionTree, a graphical-based add-in for creating and analyzing decision trees; TopRank, an add-in for performing what-if analyses; NeuralTools, an add-in for estimating complex, nonlinear relationships; and EvolverTM, an add-in for performing optimization (an alternative to Excels Solver). The DecisionTools Suite is available for instructors and students on the textbook website. Practical Technical Tips. Integrated throughout the ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS chapters, these tips range from general technical tips Jeffrey D. Camm, University of Cincinnati; James J. Cochran, Louisiana to application-specific tips regarding Excel, pivot Tech University; Michael J. Fry, University of Cincinnati; Jeffrey W. tables, StatTools, Solver, and @RISK. Ohlmann, University of Iowa CONTENTS ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS provides 1. Introduction to Data Analysis and Decision Making. coverage over the full range of analytics--descriptive, Part 1: EXPLORING DATA. 2. Describing the Distribution predictive, prescriptive--not covered by any other of a Single Variable. 3. Finding Relationships among single book. It includes step-by-step instructions to Variables. Part 2: PROBABILITY AND DECISION help students learn how to use Excel and powerful but MAKING UNDER UNCERTAINTY. 4. Probability easy to use Excel add-ons such as XL Miner for data and Probability Distributions. 5. Normal, Binomial, mining and Analytic Solver Platform for optimization Poisson, and Exponential Distributions. 6. Decision and simulation. Extensive solutions to problems Making under Uncertainty. Part 3: STATISTICAL help instructors master material and grade student INFERENCE. 7. Sampling and Sampling Distributions. 8. assignments. Confidence Interval Estimation. 9. Hypothesis Testing. NEW TO THIS EDITION Part 4: REGRESSION ANALYSIS AND TIME SERIES InfoTrac Student Collections are specialized FORECASTING. 10. Regression Analysis: Estimating databases expertly drawn from the Gale Academic Relationships. 11. Regression Analysis: Statistical One library. Each InfoTrac Student Collection Inference. 12. Time Series Analysis and Forecasting. Part enhances the student learning experience in the 5: OPTIMIZATION AND SIMULATION MODELING. 13. specific course area related to the product. These Introduction to Optimization Modeling. 14. Optimization specialized databases allow access to hundreds of Models. 15. Introduction to Simulation Modeling. 16. scholarly and popular publications - all reliable sources Simulation Models. Part 6: ADVANCED DATA ANALYSIS. - including journals, encyclopedias, and academic 17. Data Mining. Part 7: BONUS ONLINE MATERIAL. 18. reports. Learn more and access at: http://gocengage. Importing Data into Excel. 19. Analysis of Variance and com/infotrac. Experimental Design. 20. Statistical Process Control. Appendix A. Statistical Reporting. FEATURES This book offers topical coverage over the full range 2015, 1008pp, Hardback, 9781133629603 of analytics--descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive. It integrates several important analytics topics not covered by any other single book. It integrates a traditional quantitative methods curriculum with the concepts of data visualization and data mining that are of growing importance to students who will work in a world inundated with data. The coverage we provide is an elementary introduction accessible to an undergraduate, but rooted in practicality. www.cengageasia.com 151

154 Excel is completely integrated throughout the book, so students learn the latest methods for solving practical problems. It includes step-by-step instructions to help students learn how to use Excel to apply material in the book. It also includes by-hand calculation approaches to convey insights when this is appropriate. Step-by-step instructions show students how to use various software programs to perform the analyses discussed in the text. It uses easy-to-use but powerful Excel add-ons such as XL Miner for data mining ESSENTIALS OF STATISTICS FOR and Analytic Solver Platform for optimization and BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS (WITH simulation. DATA SET PRINTED ACCESS CARD), 7E Appendices provide valuable coverage of data David R. Anderson, University of Cincinnati; Dennis J. Sweeney, management including the use of Microsoft Excel University of Cincinnati; Thomas A. Williams, Rochester Institute of and Access. Technology; Jeffrey D. Camm, University of Cincinnati Practical, relevant problems at a variety of difficulty ESSENTIALS OF STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS AND levels help students learn the material. Applications ECONOMICS, 7th Edition introduces sound statistical are drawn from all functional business areas: finance, methodology to students with real-world examples, marketing, operations, etc. Data sets are available for proven approaches, and hands-on exercises that most exercises and cases. build the foundation they need to analyze and solve Detailed, step-by-step solutions for the problems help business problems quantitatively. Complete with instructors master the material and grade student the authors signature problem-scenario approach assignments. and reader-friendly writing style, ESSENTIALS OF There is a wide range of problems to select for STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS has assignments. been streamlined to focus on core topics, and updated Clear exposition and excellent examples have been with new case problems, applications, and self-test written for each topic. exercises to help students master key formulas and CONTENTS apply statistical methods to realistic business scenarios. 1. What Is Business Analytics? 2. Descriptive Statistics. 3. Optional, comprehensive support for the text includes Data Visualization. 4. Linear Regression. 5. Time Series CengageNOW, the integrated online student learning Analysis and Forecasting. 6. Data Mining. 7. Spreadsheet and course management system that helps students Models. 8. Linear Optimization Models. 9. Integer Linear and instructors make the most out of the course. Also Optimization. 10. Nonlinear Optimization Models. 11. available are the optional chapter appendices, which Monte Carlo Simulation. 12. Decision Analysis. Appendix deliver in-depth coverage of a popular statistical A: Basics of Excel. Appendix B: Data Management and software program, and can be integrated with the Microsoft Access. text. Choose from Excel 2013, Minitab 16, and StatTools. 2015, 696pp, Hardback, 9781285187273 NEW TO THIS EDITION Chapter appendices have been updated to cover use of Excel 2013. Strong orientation toward visual presentation of data and results. Integration of several important business analytics topics not covered by any other single book, including data mining, data visualization, and data dashboards. 152 www.cengageasia.com

155 Approximately 200 new examples and exercises based Probability Distributions. 7. Sampling and Sampling on real data and referenced sources have been added Distributions. 8. Interval Estimation. 9. Hypothesis to this edition. Using data from world-class sources Tests. 10. Comparisons Involving Means, Experimental like the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Barrons Design, and Analysis of Variance. 11. Comparisons helps students master statistical methods and apply Involving Proportions and a Test of Independence. real data to common business problems, while 12. Simple Linear Regression. 13. Multiple Regression. extensive margin notes and comments highlight key Appendix A. References and Bibliography. Appendix points for simple, efficient review. B. Tables. Appendix C. Summation Notation. Appendix Seven new case problems have been added to this D. Self-Test Solutions and Answers to Even-Numbered edition for a total of 25 cases. Exercises. Appendix E. Microsoft Excel 2013 and Tools FEATURES for Statistical Analysis. Appendix F. Computing p-Values Using Minitab and Excel. Modern, Comprehensive Software Integration: Optional chapter appendices have been updated and 2015, 752pp, Hardback, 9781133629658 expanded to include Excel 2013, Minitab 16, and StatTools. Helpful Appendices: A primer appendix introduces Microsoft Excel 2013 and its tools for statistical analysis, and includes the Ribbon, basic workbook operations, and functions for statistical analysis, along with instructions for installing the texts optional Excel data analysis add-in and optional CengageNOW learning tool. Appendix 1 includes steps for downloading StatTools, an optional, commercial Excel add-in that students will likely encounter in the workplace. Most chapters also MODERN BUSINESS STATISTICS WITH include an appendix outlining statistical procedures using StatTools. MICROSOFT EXCEL, 5E David R. Anderson, University of Cincinnati; Dennis J. Sweeney, Integration of several important business analytics University of Cincinnati; Thomas A. Williams, Rochester Institute of topics that are not covered by any other single book, Technology including data mining, data visualization, and data dashboards. Give students a balanced, conceptual understanding of Step-by-step instructions on how to use various statistics with a focus on real-world applications and software to perform the analyses discussed in the the integrated strengths of Microsoft Excel 2013. book-- Excel 2013, Minitab 16, and StatTools. The authoritative leader in modern business statistics, Comprehensive, Modern Coverage: Demonstrating this best-selling, comprehensive text carefully discusses the myriad uses of statistics in business and and clearly develops each statistical technique in economics, the texts examples and exercises an application setting. Microsoft Excel 2013 incorporate the most current data, recent studies, and instruction, which is integrated in each chapter, plays an reliable sources of statistical information available, integral part in strengthening this editions applications such as the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Barrons, orientation. Immediately after each easy-to-follow and others. presentation of a statistical procedure, a subsection discusses how to use Excel to perform the procedure. CONTENTS This integrated approach emphasizes the applications 1. Data and Statistics. 2. Descriptive Statistics: Tabular of Excel while focusing on the statistical methodology. and Graphical Displays. 3. Descriptive Statistics: Step-by-step instructions and screen captures further Numerical Measures. 4. Introduction to Probability. clarify student learning. A wealth of timely business 5. Discrete Probability Distributions. 6. Continuous examples, proven methods, and additional exercises www.cengageasia.com 153

156 throughout this edition demonstrate how statistical of asset growth rates and annual percentage rates, results provide insights into business decisions and for example. Anderson, Sweeney, and Williams have present solutions to contemporary business problems. revised their procedure for computing percentiles High-quality problems noted for their unwavering and quartiles to be consistent with Excels new accuracy and the authors signature problem-scenario PERCENTILE.EXC function. Chapter 3 also includes approach clearly show how to apply statistical methods a new section on data dashboards, discussing how to practical business situations. New case problems summary statistics can be incorporated to enhance and self-tests allow students to challenge their their effectiveness. personal understanding. This editions comprehensive Revised Chapter 5: The introductory material has support package, including the CengageNOW course been revised to show how the material on assigning management system, provides everything you and probabilities in Chapter 4 can be used to develop your students need for an understanding of business discrete probability distributions. The empirical statistics. Anderson/Sweeney/Williams MODERN discrete probability distribution is developed using BUSINESS STATISTICS, 5e, is simply excellent! the relative frequency method to assign probabilities. NEW TO THIS EDITION At the request of many users, Anderson, Sweeney, and Williams have added a new section (Section 5.4) that Integrated Microsoft Excel 2013: Step-by-step covers bivariate discrete distributions and financial instructions and screen captures clearly demonstrate applications such as portfolio development. how to use the latest version of Excel to implement statistical procedures. Excels new recommended FEATURES PivotTables tool and new Recommended Chart tool Integrated Microsoft Excel 2013: Step-by-step are very useful in developing tabular and graphical instructions and screen captures clearly demonstrate displays. how to use the latest version of Excel to implement Excel 2013 Primer: Microsoft Excel 2013 Tools for statistical procedures. Excels new recommended Statistical Analysis. This new section of material on PivotTables tool and new Recommended Chart tool basic Excel operations discusses how to open and are very useful in developing tabular and graphical save workbooks, copy and paste, and enter formulas. displays. It appears as an appendix at the end of the book. Excel 2013 Primer: Microsoft Excel 2013 Tools for Microsoft Excel Add-ins Optional Appendices: Statistical Analysis. This new section of material on New chapter appendices give you the choice of basic Excel operations discusses how to open and covering StatTools, an industry-standard add-in that save workbooks, copy and paste, and enter formulas. students will use throughout their business careers. It appears as an appendix at the end of the book. Appendices highlight how this Microsoft Excel Microsoft Excel Add-ins Optional Appendices: add-in provides capabilities not available in Excel New chapter appendices give you the choice of 2010, such as producing a box plot. This optional covering StatTools, an industry-standard add-in that coverage allows you to choose to present Excel with students will use throughout their business careers. or without StatTools. Appendices highlight how this Microsoft Excel Revised Chapter 2: Chapter 2 now includes add-in provides capabilities not available in Excel illustrations of new tools available with Excel 2013 2010, such as producing a box plot. This optional and new material on data visualization. Excels new coverage allows you to choose to present Excel with Recommended PivotTables tool is used to construct or without StatTools. frequency distributions for categorical variables, and Revised Chapter 2: Chapter 2 now includes Excels Recommended Charts tool is used to construct illustrations of new tools available with Excel 2013 side-by-side and stacked bar charts. and new material on data visualization. Excels new Revised Chapter 3: Chapter 3 now includes coverage Recommended PivotTables tool is used to construct of the weighted mean and geometric mean in the frequency distributions for categorical variables, and section on measures of location. The geometric mean Excels Recommended Charts tool is used to construct has many financial applications in the computation side-by-side and stacked bar charts. 154 www.cengageasia.com

157 CONTENTS IDENTIFY the correct statistical technique by focusing 1. Data and Statistics. 2. Descriptive Statistics: Tabular on the problem objective and data type, then COMPUTE and Graphical Displays. 3. Descriptive Statistics: the statistics (doing them by hand, using Excel 2013, Numerical Measures. 4. Introduction to Probability. or using MINITAB), and ultimately INTERPRET results 5. Discrete Probability Distributions. 6. Continuous in the context of the problem. This approach enhances Probability Distributions. 7. Sampling and Sampling student comprehension and skills while offering you Distributions. 8. Interval Estimation. 9. Hypothesis Tests. maximum flexibility. Incorporating various functional 10. Statistical Inferences About Means and Proportions areas of business, data-driven examples, exercises, with Two Populations. 11. Inferences About Population and cases demonstrate statistical applications used by Variances. 12. Comparing Multiple Proportions, Test of marketing managers, financial analysts, accountants, Independence and Goodness of Fit. 13. Experimental economists, and others, giving students the hands-on Design and Analysis of Variance. 14. Simple Linear practice they need, while sound pedagogical elements Regression. 15. Multiple Regression. 16. Regression make the material accessible to undergrads. The tenth Analysis: Model Building. 17. Time Series Analysis and edition also includes Excel 2013 and MINITAB 16 Forecasting. 18. Nonparametric Methods. 19. Statistical coverage and access to Data Analysis Plus via the Methods for Quality Control. 20. Decision Analysis textbook companion website. on Website. 21. Sample Survey on Website. Appendix NEW TO THIS EDITION A: References and Bibliography. Appendix B: Tables. Appendix C: Summation Notation. Appendix D: Self-Test This edition has been updated to reflect new Solutions and Answers to Even-Numbered Exercises. screenshots and techniques in Excel 2013. Appendix E: Microsoft Excel 2013 and Tools for Statistical MINITAB 16 coverage has been updated throughout Analysis. the text, featuring new screenshots and features. End-of-chapter exercises have been updated 2015, 1056pp, Hardback, 9781285433301 throughout the text to provide multiple assignment options for instructors and new learning opportunities for students. Figure and data tables have been updated throughout the text. Coming Soon! STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS offers an enhanced and interactive eBook, MindTap Reader, for students. FEATURES Aplia for introductory Business Statistics is available for this text, giving students an easy way to stay on top of coursework with regularly scheduled assignments. STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT AND Emphasis on identification and interpretation ECONOMICS, 10E provides students with practical skills that they can Gerald Keller, Wilfrid Laurier University apply to real-world problems, whether the course uses manual or computer calculations. This worldwide best-selling business statistics text Students have the opportunity to convert real data emphasizes applications over calculation. STATISTICS into information, and the optional use of the computer FOR MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS, Tenth allows for larger and more realistic exercises and Edition, demonstrates how vital statistical methods examples. are for todays managers and economists--and teaches With a substantial number of data files and students how to apply these tools to real business corresponding problems that ask students to problems. Through the authors unique three-step interpret statistical results, students are provided ICI approach to problem solving, students learn to ample opportunities to practice data analysis and www.cengageasia.com 155

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160 base-line for quantitative methods. 4. Relationships between variables: correlation analysis in business research. Part Two: The analysis of relationships and differences: inferential statistics, statistical significance and hypothesis testing 5. Linear Regression Analysis: statistical relationships between variables. 6. Is there a difference and if so, does it matter? Using t-tests in business research. 7. ANOVA: testing for differences between groups. 8. Chi-square: categorically a different kind of difference. Part Three: Basic elements in QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR formulating a research proposal, and presenting findings BUSINESS RESEARCH using Excel graphics 9. Formulating the research Using Microsoft Excel (with CourseMate proposal. 10. Basic elements in selecting a chart-type and eBook Access Card) and providing legends and labels. Part Four: Some John Duignan, University of West Scotland issues with Excel data analysis and a few answers 11. The limitations of Excel Data Analysis tools: assessing This book and its online resources approach quantitative the data assumptions. 12. Loose ends: touching on some methods with the assumption that applying the powerful statistical tools available in Excel doesnt unanswered questions sampling, multicollinearity and require any special competence in mathematics or confidence intervals. statistics. Its all about knowing which tools to use 2014, 256pp, Paperback, 9781408064894 and how to use them, not what makes them work (the mathematicians did that behind the scenes and we all thank them). This book aims to promote two things: the conviction that quants is well within your capabilities; and an enduring interest in the subject that will carry you on beyond the ambition and scope of this work. FEATURES FYI boxes, providing handy tips, guidance and useful information In-text worked examples to put the tools into practice Step-by-step guide to various Excel functions, with screen captures to act as a visual aid Online resources for every chapter, with additional Statistics for Business and materials including tutorials, datasets and PowerPoint Economics with CB CourseSmart slides ebook, 12e Humorous images and captions to help students David R. Anderson, University of Cincinnati; Dennis J. Sweeney, University of Cincinnati; Thomas A. Williams, Rochester Institute of remember terminology Technology; Jeffrey D. Camm, University of Cincinnati Learning outcomes that provide a starting point for every chapter The authors bring more than twenty-five years of A full glossary of useful terms unmatched experience to this text, along with sound statistical methodology, a proven problem-scenario CONTENTS approach, and meaningful applications that clearly Part One: Introduction: Quantitative research methods demonstrate how statistical information informs without (much) pain 1. Quantitative research methods decisions in the business world. Thoroughly updated, using Excel - an applied (non-mathematical) approach. the texts more than 350 real business examples, cases, and memorable exercises present the latest statistical 2. Navigating the Excel ribbon and tabs: installing data and business information with unwavering the Analysis ToolPak. 3. Descriptive statistics: the accuracy. And, to give you the most relevant text you 158 www.cengageasia.com

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164 Case Files, Example Files, Problem Files, Tutorials, trend. Section 14.5 then shows how dummy variables Solvertable, Palisade DecisionTools (StatTools), Excel can be used to model seasonality in a forecasting Tutorial. equation. Section 14.6 discusses classical time series decomposition including the concept of NEW TO THIS EDITION deseasonalizing a time series. NEW! Integration of Microsoft Excel 2010. Step-by- FEATURES step instructions and screen captures show how to use Excel 2010 to implement statistical procedures. PROBLEM-SCENARIO APPROACH. Using this NEW! Revised Chapter 2. Excel coverage has been approach, the discussion and development of each condensed by moving the discussion of how to use technique is presented in an applications setting, with Excels Pivot Chart Report to chapter appendixes. the statistical results providing insights to decisions Appendix 2.1 shows how to use Excels Pivot Chart and solutions to problems. The problem scenarios Report to summarize categorical data and Appendix enable students to see how statistics can be applied in 2.2 shows how to use Excels Pivot Chart report to business and economics and increase student interest summarize quantitative data. and motivation for learning statistics. NEW! Revised Sampling Material. The Chapter 7 introduction has been revised and now includes the STUDENT READABILITY. For more than 30 years, concept of a sampled population and a frame. The student surveys and instructor feedback have shown distinction between sampling from a finite population that readability is a hallmark of ASW textbooks. and an infinite population has been clarified, with INTEGRATION OF EXCEL. Immediately following sampling from an ongoing process used to illustrate every statistical procedure is a sub-section that the selection of a random sample from an infinite discusses how to use Excel to perform that procedure. population. A practical advice section stresses the This style enables the use of Excel to be integrated importance of obtaining close correspondence throughout the text, but still keeps the primary between the sampled population and the target emphasis on the statistical methodology being population. discussed. Each sub-section uses a consistent NEW! Revised Introduction to Hypothesis Testing. framework for applying Excel to help users focus on Section 9.1, Developing Null and Alternative Hypotheses, has been revised. A better set of the statistical methodology without getting bogged guidelines has been developed for identifying the down in the details of using Excel. null and alternative hypotheses. The context of the CONTENTS situation and the purpose for taking the sample are key. In situations in which the focus is on finding 1. Data and Statistics. 2. Descriptive Statistics: Tabular evidence to support a research finding, the research and Graphical Presentations. 3. Descriptive Statistics: hypothesis is the alternative hypothesis. In situations Numerical Measures. 4. Introduction to Probability. where the focus is on challenging an assumption, the 5. Discrete Probability Distribution. 6. Continuous assumption is the null hypothesis. Probability Distributions. 7. Sampling and Sampling NEW! Section 13.8 Modeling Curvilinear Distributions. 8. Interval Estimation. 9. Hypothesis Relationships. This new section shows how curvilinear Testing. 10. Comparisons Involving Means, Experimental relationships can be handled easily using a multiple Design, and Analysis of Variance. 11. Comparisons regression model. We illustrate the use of both Involving Proportions and a Test of Independence. 12. Excels Chart tools and Excels Regression tool to fit a quadratic model. Simple Linear Regression. 13. Multiple Regression. 14. NEW! Chapter 14 Time Series Analysis and Statistical Methods for Quality Control. 15. Time Series Forecasting. Section 14.1 discusses time series Analysis and Forecasting (On Website). Appendix patterns and Section 14.2 introduces methods for A: References and Bibliography. Appendix B: Tables. measuring forecasting accuracy. Section 14.3 discusses Appendix C: Summation Notation. Appendix D: Self-Test moving averages and exponential smoothing. Section Solutions and Answers to Select Exercises. Appendix E: 14.4 introduces methods appropriate for a time Microsoft Excel 2010 and Tools for Statistical Analysis. series that exhibits a trend. Here we illustrate how regression analysis can be used for trend projection 2012, 784pp, Paperback, 9781133187653 to model nonlinear relationships involving a quadratic 162 www.cengageasia.com

165 presents graphical techniques for interval data. Some of the material in the eighth editions Chapter 3 has been incorporated into the new Chapter 3. Section 12.5, Applications in Accounting: Auditing, and Section 18.4, Logistic Regression, was removed to make room for new additional exercises. You can download them from the CourseMate site. The Excel workbooks that had students compute confidence interval estimators and hypothesis tests have been replaced with subsections that teach MANAGERIAL STATISTICS, students to do it on their own. This section is called ABBREVIATED INTERNATIONAL Do-It-Yourself Excel. There are many new examples EDITION (WITH PRINTED ACCESS and exercises. CARD), 9E FEATURES Gerald Keller, Wilfrid Laurier University Many of the examples, exercises, and cases using M A N A G E R I A L S TAT I S T I C S , A B B R E V I AT E D , real-world data in the eighth edition have been International Edition demonstrates how vital statistical updated. These include the data on wins, payrolls, methods are for todays managers and economistsand and attendance in baseball, basketball, football, and teaches students how to apply these tools to real-world hockey; returns on stocks listed on the New York Stock business problems. Using an ICI approachIdentify, Exchange, on NASDAQ, and on the Toronto Stock Compute, and Interpretstudents quickly comprehend Exchange; and global warming. concepts while you are offered maximum flexibility. Students can convert real-world data into information The text incorporates various functional areas of using six large real-world datasets, which are the business, data-driven examples, and exercises, and sources of 150 new exercises. You can use the datasets cases demonstrate statistical applications used in for hundreds of additional examples and exercises. finance, marketing, operations, human resources, and A new Do-It-Yourself Excel workbook has students accounting. Unique teaching and learning resources computing confidence interval estimators and such as CourseMate save you time while providing hypothesis tests on their own. There are many new control and better student outcomes. The ninth edition examples and exercises. also includes Excel 2010 and Minitab 15 content. CONTENTS NEW TO THIS EDITION 1. What Is Statistics? 2. Graphical Descriptive Techniques Students can convert real-world data into information I. 3. Graphical Descriptive Techniques II. 4. Numerical using six large datasets, which are the sources of 150 Descriptive Techniques. 5. Data Collection and Sampling. new exercises. You can use the datasets for hundreds 6. Probability. 7. Random Variables and Discrete of additional examples and exercises. Many of the Probability Distributions. 8. Continuous Probability examples, exercises, and cases using real-world Distributions. 9. Sampling Distributions. 10. Introduction data in the eighth edition have been updated. These to Estimation. 11. Introduction to Hypothesis Testing. include the data on wins, payrolls, and attendance 12. Inference about A Population. 13. Inference about in baseball, basketball, football, and hockey; returns Comparing Two Populations. 14. Analysis of Variance. on stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange, on 15. Chi-Squared Tests. 16. Simple Linear Regression. 17. NASDAQ, and on the Toronto Stock Exchange; and Multiple Regression. global warming. 2012, 816pp, Paperback, 9781111534288 Chapter 2 in the eighth edition, which presented graphical techniques, has been divided into Chapters 2 and 3 for the ninth edition. Chapter 2 describes graphical techniques for nominal data, and Chapter 3 www.cengageasia.com 163

166 The Seventh Edition has been thoroughly updated to feature more than 300 new or revised exercises, giving students a powerful opportunity to apply their knowledge and hone their skills by exploring the use of statistics in current, relevant business scenarios. An updated set of 82 computer solutions, with printouts and step-by-step instructions for Minitab 15 and Microsoft Excel 2007, now makes it easier than ever to design and use assignments incorporating Minitab and Excel. INTRODUCTORY BUSINESS STATISTICS, Approximately 450 datasets for section, chapter, and INTERNATIONAL EDITION (WITH BIND case exercises provide you with abundant options IN PRINTED ACCESS CARD), 7E for course assignments, making it easy to customize Ronald M. Weiers, Indiana University of Pennsylvania exercises to suit your course content, teaching preferences, or students needs and interests. Highly praised for its exceptional clarity, technical FEATURES accuracy, and useful examples, Weiers Introductory Business Statistics, 7e, International Edition introduces A continuing, integrated case (the Thorndike Sports fundamental statistical concepts with an engaging, Equipment Company) provides an interesting, in- conversational presentation and a strong emphasis on depth exploration of statistics in action, helping the practical relevance of course material to students students apply course concepts to complex, realistic lives and careers. The texts outstanding illustrations, business scenarios, and allowing them to develop friendly language, non-technical terminology, and a strong appreciation for the value of statistics in current examples involving real-world business and guiding key business decisions throughout all parts personal settings will capture students interest and of an organization. prepare them for success from day one. Continuing Strategically placed throughout the text in areas cases, contemporary business applications, and more where students often need help, 21 Java applets from than 300 new or revised exercises and problems Gary McClellands award-winning Seeing Statistics reflect important trends and the latest developments series are specifically adapted to help students in todays dynamic business environmentall with an visualize difficult statistical concepts in action. Three accuracy you and your students can trust. to five accompanying exercises per applet are ideal for individual practice or classroom participation. NEW TO THIS EDITION Microsoft Excel and Minitab coverage, including CengageNOW is a fully integrated, innovative step-by-step instructions and detailed output, is online teaching and learning system that combines integrated throughout the text to demonstrate the best of current technology to help you efficiently how these widely used spreadsheet and statistics plan your business statistics course, manage and applications can solve key business problems. grade assignments automatically, teach with built-in The text emphasizes modern, practical business technology support, reinforce student comprehension applications of statistics, including familiarizing with personalized learning paths, and create exams students with the role of statistics in total quality using a customized algorithmic test bank. management and business and survey research, as The new edition includes updated coverage of Six well as devoting significant coverage to ethical issues Sigma to prepare students to use statistical results in statistical analysis and reporting. successfully in the business world with the latest Discussions of data collection and research methods business applications. Coverage includes a description early in the book clearly frame and justify the of the term, as well as its basis (plus/minus three statistical methodology presented, giving students a standard deviations from the mean), philosophy, and strong understanding of these important concepts. popularity. 164 www.cengageasia.com

167 CONTENTS regression analysis with an emphasis on relevant PART I: BUSINESS STATISTICS: INTRODUCTION AND examples, business cases, and applications. Leading BACKGROUND. 1. A Preview of Business Statistics. 2. Harvard Business School cases and numerous end- Visual Description of Data. 3. Statistical Description of-chapter cases and problems written by the authors of Data. 4. Data Collection and Sampling Methods. illustrate the use of statistics and regression analysis PART II: PROBABILITY. 5. Probability: Review of in business today. Basic Concepts. 6. Discrete Probability Distributions. NEW TO THIS EDITION 7. Continuous Probability Distributions. Part III: SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS AND ESTIMATION. 8. Integrated cases Cases woven throughout the book Sampling Distributions. 9. Estimation from Sample Data. highlight traditional topics and illustrate particular PART IV: HYPOTHESIS TESTING. 10. Hypothesis Tests problems and the techniques to solve them. Involving a Sample Mean or Proportion. 11. Hypothesis Leading Harvard Business School cases bundled free Tests Involving Two Sample Means or Proportions. 12. with each new text Three Harvard Business School Analysis of Variance Tests. 13. Chi-Square Applications. cases Harmon Foods, Inc., Colonial Broadcasting 14. Nonparametric Methods. Part V: REGRESSION, Company, and Nopane Advertising Strategy are MODEL BUILDING, AND TIME SERIES. 15. Simple Linear discussed within the text, while the complete cases Regression and Correlation. 16. Multiple Regression and are bundled free with each new book to exemplify Correlation. 17. Model Building. 18. Models for Time statistical concepts in todays world of business. Series and Forecasting. PART VI: SPECIAL TOPICS. Integrated, user-friendly software created exclusively 19. Decision Theory. 20. Total Quality Management. for this text Kstat add-ins provide simple menu-driven 21. Ethics in Statistical Analysis and Reporting (online capabilities for Microsoft Excel and provide useful chapter). Appendix A: Statistical Tables. Appendix B: comment boxes that define and qualify all statistical Selected Answers. Index. Glossary. terminology. Clearly described formulas, Kstat add-ins, and 2011, 896pp, Paperback, 9781111058852 Microsoft Excel functions Step-by-step explanations guide you in using these tools to apply statistical concepts to managerial decisions. Student CD-ROM FREE with each new copy of the text This essential CD provides extensive data files and Kstat Excel add-ins for completing text cases and exercises. For more information on this text and the advantages it offers you, visit the MANAGERIAL STATISTICS: A CASE-BASED APPROACH Web Site http://klibanoff. swlearning.com. CONTENTS MANAGERIAL STATISTICS 1. Introduction to Probability Distributions: The Double A Case-Based Approach, International Edition (with CD-ROM and Harvard Cases) E Case. 2. Hypothesis Testing: The Consumer Packaging Peter Klibanoff, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern Case. 3. Introduction to Regression: The Autorama Case. University; Alvaro Sandroni, Kellogg School of Management, 4. Using Regression: The CAPM and Newspaper Cases. Northwestern University; Boaz Moselle; Brett Saraniti, Hawaii Pacific Case Insert 1 The Refrigerator Pricing Case: Introduction University to Multiple Regression. 5. Dummy and Slope-Dummy Discover everything you need to prepare for success Variables: The California Strawberries and CEO Seek in business statistics today with this advanced, case- Cases. 6. Graphical Analysis, Non-Linear Regression based approach to regression analysis. Youll begin and Spurious Correlation: The Forestier Wine Case, by reviewing basic probability before moving into Snowfall and Unemployment. 7. Multiple Regression, a strong topical coverage of hypothesis testing and Multicollinearity and the Generalized F-test: The Hot www.cengageasia.com 165

168 Dog Case. Case Insert 2 Colonial Broadcasting: Multiple Solver Platform replaces Risk Solver Platform in the Regression and Omitted Variable Bias. 8. Non-Linear seventh edition. Analytic Solver Platform includes Regression, Logarithms and Heteroskedasticity: An all of the capabilities of Risk Solver for risk analysis Advertising Example, The Hot Dog Case Revisited. 9. and Monte Carlo simulation, all of the capabilities of Premium Solver Platform for optimization, and new Time and Seasonality in Multiple Regression: The Dada capabilities for finding robust optimal decisions using Soda and Harmon Foods Cases. Case Insert 3 Nopane simulation, optimization, stochastic programming, and Advertising Case: Multiple Regression and Interaction robust optimization methods. Variables. Case Insert 4 The Baseball Case: Multiple Regression and Modeling Appendices. A Kstat Mini- NEW TO THIS EDITION Manual. Prediction Intervals. Correlation Review. Simple This edition of Spreadsheet Modeling and Decision Properties Of Logarithms. Analysis has been updated for use with Microsoft Office Excel 2013. 2006, 256pp, Paperback, 9780324314465 NEW! Analytic Solver Platform replaces Risk Solver Platform in the seventh edition. Analytic Solver Platform includes all of the capabilities of Risk Solver Management Science for risk analysis and Monte Carlo simulation, all of the capabilities of Premium Solver Platform for optimization, and new capabilities for finding robust optimal decisions using simulation, optimization, stochastic programming, and robust optimization Coming Soon! methods. NEW! The chapter on Discriminant Analysis has been replaced with a new chapter on Data Mining. The data mining software package known as XLMiner now comes with the book, providing easy access to all major data mining techniques from within Excel. New, more automated techniques for ad hoc SPREADSHEET MODELING AND sensitivity analysis are featured in Chapter 4. DECISION ANALYSIS, 7E FEATURES A Practical Introduction to Business Analytics Updated content reflects Microsoft Office Excel Cliff Ragsdale, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 2013 coverage, providing students with the most current information for dealing with key management Cliff Ragsdale is an innovator of the spreadsheet science decision making. teaching revolution and is highly regarded in the Algebraic formulations and spreadsheets are used field of management science. The seventh edition of side-by-side to help develop conceptual thinking SPREADSHEET MODELING AND DECISION ANALYSIS: skills. Step-by-step instructions and numerous A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS annotated screenshots make examples easy to follow ANALYTICS retains the elements and philosophy that has made its past editions so successful and includes and understand. elements that assist in the transition to business A new chapter on Data Mining extends and replaces analytics. This version of SPREADSHEET MODELING the chapter on Discriminant Analysis in earlier AND DECISION ANALYSIS has been updated for use editions of Spreadsheet Modeling and Decision with Microsoft Office Excel 2013. It provides succinct Analysis. The data mining software package called instruction in the most commonly used management XLMiner now comes with the book, providing easy science techniques and shows how these tools can be access to all major data mining techniques from implemented using the most current version of Excel within Excel. for Windows. This text also focuses on developing both Analytic Solver Platform replaces Risk Solver Platform algebraic and spreadsheet modeling skills. Analytic in the seventh edition. Analytic Solver Platform 166 www.cengageasia.com

169 includes all of the capabilities of Risk Solver Platform worlds leading toolkit for risk and decision analysis. for risk analysis and Monte Carlo simulation, all At the end of each chapter, topics are illustrated with of the capabilities of Premium Solver Platform for step-by-step instructions for DecisionTools. This optimization, and new capabilities for finding robust new version makes the text more useful and relevant optimal decisions using simulation, optimization, to students in business and engineering. stochastic programming, and robust optimization methods. FEATURES Simplified approaches for ad hoc sensitivity analysis Topics are illustrated with step-by-step instructions are integrated in Chapter 4, featuring new capabilities for DecisionTools. available in Analytic Solver Platform. The textbook offers tutorials for using the CONTENTS DecisionTools software. The end-of-chapter materials include a wide variety of 1. Introduction to Modeling and Decision Analysis. 2. exercises, questions, problems, and case studies. The Introduction to Optimization and Linear Programming. 3. Modeling and Solving LP Problems in a Spreadsheet. 4. exercises are accessible, while questions and problems Sensitivity Analysis and the Simplex Method. 5. Network offer an added challenge to students. Modeling. 6. Integer Linear Programming. 7. Goal Many case studies, both real-world and hypothetical, Programming and Multiple Objective Optimization. 8. are included to provide additional applications of Nonlinear Programming & Evolutionary Optimization. decision analysis. 9. Regression Analysis. 10. Data Mining. 11. Time Series Real Options coverage has be added in the new Forecasting. 12. Introduction to Simulation Using Chapter 13, as requested by adopters. Analytic Solver Platform. 13. Queuing Theory. 14. The former Chapter 6 on Creativity has been replaced Decision Analysis. 15. Project Management (Online). by a new chapter on organizational decision making, 2015, 840pp, Hardback, 9781285418681 as requested by adopters and reviewers. 12 new cases have been added from the respected Darden School at the University of Virginia. References, screenshots, examples, exercises, and problems have been updated to provide students with the newest information. Chapters 8, 4, 15, and 6 have been updated to reflect the latest trends in the psychology of judgment and decision making. CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Decision Analysis. SECTION I: MODELING DECISIONS. 2. Elements of Decision Problems. 3. Structuring Decisions. 4. Making Choices. MAKING HARD DECISIONS WITH 5. Sensitivity Analysis. 6. Organizational Decision DECISIONTOOLS, 3E Making. SECTION II: MODELING UNCERTAINTY. Robert T. Clemen, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University; Terence 7. Probability Basics. 8. Subjective Probability. 9. Reilly, Babson College Theoretical Probability Models. 10. Using Data. 11. Monte Carlo Simulation. 12. Value of Information. 13. MAKING HARD DECISIONS WITH DECISIONTOOLS Real Options. SECTION III. MODELING PREFERENCES. is a new edition of Bob Clemens best-selling title, 14. Risk Attitudes. 15. Utility Axioms, Paradoxes, and MAKING HARD DECISIONS. This straightforward Implications. 16. Conflicting Objectives I: Fundamental book teaches the fundamental ideas of decision Objectives and the Additive Utility Function. 17. analysis, without an overly technical explanation of Conflicting Objectives II: Multiattribute Utility Models the mathematics used in decision analysis. This new with Interactions 18. Conclusions and Further Reading. version incorporates and implements the powerful DecisionTools software by Palisade Corporation, the 2014, 848pp, Hardback, 9780538797573 www.cengageasia.com 167

170 Coming Soon! book. We encourage adopters of this edition to use either LINGO or Premium Solver when solving optimization problems. To make it easy for new users of LINGO or Excel Premium Solver, we provide both LINGO and Excel files with the model formulation for every optimization problem that appears in the body of the text in Chapters 7 through 12. The model files are well documented and should make it easy for the user to understand the model formulation. New Appendix A: Building Spreadsheet Models This QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR is not a book on spreadsheet modeling. However, BUSINESS, INTERNATIONAL EDITION spreadsheets are a very valuable modeling tool. This (WITH PRINTED ACCESS CARD), 12E Appendix will prove useful to professors and students David R. Anderson, University of Cincinnati; Dennis J. Sweeney, wishing to solve optimization models with Premium University of Cincinnati; Thomas A. Williams, Rochester Institute of Solver. The appendix also contains a section on the Technology; Jeffrey D. Camm, University of Cincinnati principles of good spreadsheet modeling and a section on auditing tips. Exercises are also provided. Provide your students with a strong conceptual Updated Chapter 10: Distribution and Network Models understanding of the critical role that quantitative This replaces the old Chapter 10, Transportation, methods play in todays decision-making process with Assignment, and Transshipment Problems from the the well-respected QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR tenth edition. We have added sections on the shortest BUSINESS, 12E, International Edition by award-winning route problem and the maximal flow problem. authors Anderson/Sweeney/Williams/Camm/Martin. However, in keeping with the theme of the book, we This text describes the many quantitative methods that do not burden the student with any algorithms. All have been developed over the years, explains how they of the models in the chapter are presented under the work, and shows how the decision-maker can apply and unifying theme of linear programming. interpret data. Written with the non-mathematician in New Q.M. in Action, Cases, and Problems Q.M. mind, this text is applications-oriented. Its Problem- in Action is the name of the short summaries that Scenario Approach motivates and helps students describe how the quantitative methods being understand and apply mathematical concepts and covered in the chapter have been used in practice. techniques. In addition, the managerial orientation In this edition you will find numerous Q.M. in Action motivates students by using examples that illustrate vignettes, cases, and homework problems. situations in which quantitative methods are useful in decision making. CONTENTS NEW TO THIS EDITION 1. Introduction. 2. Introduction to Probability. 3. Probability Distributions. 4. Decision Analysis. 5. Utility New Chapter 12: Advanced Optimization Applications and Game Theory. 6. Forecasting. 7. Introduction to A new chapter on optimization applications has Linear Programming. 8. Linear Programming: Sensitivity been added. Applications include portfolio selection, Analysis and Interpretation of Solution. 9. Linear a nonlinear extension of the RMC problem, and Programming Applications in Marketing, Finance, and selecting stocks to go into an index mutual fund. Operations Management. 10. Distribution and Network This chapter introduces the idea of a nonlinear Models. 11. Integer Linear Programming. 12. Advanced optimization model, but strictly from an applications Optimization Applications 13. Project Scheduling: PERT/ standpoint. The Management Scientist cannot be CPM. 14. Inventory Models. 15. Waiting Line Models. used for nonlinear problems, and LINGO or Premium 16. Simulation. 17. Markov Processes. Appendixes A-G. Solver are required. Index. New Documented Solutions The Management Scientist will not be used in future editions of this 2013, 912pp, Paperback, 9781133584469 168 www.cengageasia.com

171 model with a simpler two-variable product mix model. Then they follow it up with a larger version of the same basic product mix model. These revisions should make the introduction to optimization easier for instructors to teach and for students to follow. In the regression and forecasting chapter, now numbered Chapter 14, the authors discontinued the use of the Analysis Toolpak and jumped directly into the Palisade StatTools add-in. The authors have updated and refined examples, cases, MANAGEMENT SCIENCE MODELING, and problems. This edition also offers pedagogical INTERNATIONAL EDITION (WITH tools to help students and instructors. More and ESSENTIAL TEXTBOOK RESOURCES better exercises have been added to help students grasp concepts. PRINTED ACCESS CARD, INTL. EDITION), 4E FEATURES S. Christian Albright, Indiana University, School of Business; Wayne L. Modeling skills are emphasized through the use of Winston, Indiana University, Kelley School of Business (Emeritus) Microsoft Excel and are incorporated throughout This text takes an active-learning approach, providing the text. The use of spreadsheets allows students of numerous examples and problems so students can varying mathematical backgrounds to build skills as practice extensively with a concept before moving on. they work through sophisticated problems. Four types of problemsskill-building, skill-extending, Professional add-ins provides students with the most modeling, and casesare graded within sections and up-to-date tools for solving problems. Now included chapters to help instructors assign homework. Another are Palisade Decision Tools Suite (@RISK, StatTools, important feature is the way that the text integrates PrecisionTree, TopRank, RISKOptimizer, NeuralTools, modeling into all functional areas of business: finance, and Evolver) and SolverTable, which allows users to marketing, operations management using real examples and real data. The text emphasizes modeling do sensitivity analysis. over algebraic formulations and memorization of Interdisciplinary examples and problems from finance, particular models. Shell files are also provided so marketing, and operations researchcovering topics that instructors can give students as much or as little such as portfolio selection, options, pricing models, information as they need. This edition has been revised and many otherskeep student interest at a high level to be compatible with Excel 2010 and the corresponding throughout the course. add-ins for Excel 2010. CONTENTS NEW TO THIS EDITION 1. Introduction to Modeling. 2. Introduction to Given its Excel-based approach and application- Spreadsheet Modeling. 3. Introduction to Optimization oriented material, Excel 2010 updates are key to this Modeling. 4. Linear Programming Models. 5. Network edition. All Excel applications, problems, and screen Models. 6. Optimization Models with Integer Variables. shots are updated to reflect Excel 2010. 7. Nonlinear Optimization Models. 8. Evolutionary The biggest change in Excel 2010 that affects this edition Solver: An Alternative Optimization Procedure. 9. most is the new Solver add-in. Optimization chapters Decision Making Under Uncertainty. 10. Introduction discuss in detail the new Solver enhancements. to Simulation Modeling. 11. Simulation Models. 12. Old chapters 9 (Multiobjective Decision Making) Inventory Models. 13. Queueing Models. 14. Regression and 15 (Project Management) are now offered online, and Forecasting Models. 15. Project Management and the balance of chapters have been renumbered (Online only). 16. Multiobjective Decision Making accordingly. (Online only). In the first optimization chapter, Chapter 3, the 2012, 936pp, Paperback, 9781111532451 authors replaced the introductory two-variable diet www.cengageasia.com 169

172 The Visual Basic Editor. 4. Recording Macros. 5. Getting Started with VBA. 6. Working with Ranges. 7. Control Logic and Loops. 8. Working with Other Excel Objects. 9. Arrays. 10. More on Variables and Subroutines. 11. User Forms 12. Error Handling. 13. Working with Files and Folders. 14. Importing Data into Excel from a Database. 15. Working with Pivot Tables and Tables. 16. Working with Ribbons, Menus, and Toolbars. 17. Automating Solver and Other Applications. 18. User- Defined Types, Enumerations, Collections, and Classes. VBA FOR MODELERS, 4E Part II: VBA MANAGEMENT SCIENCE APPLICATIONS. Developing Decision Support Systems (with 19. Basic Ideas for Application Development with Microsoft Office Excel Printed Access VBA. 20. A Blending Application. 21. A Product Mix Card), International Edition Application. 22. A Worker Scheduling Application. 23. A S. Christian Albright, Indiana University, School of Business Production Planning Application. 24. A Transportation Chris Albrights VBA FOR MODELERS, 4E, International Application. 25. A Stock Trading Simulation Application. Edition is an essential tool for helping students learn 26. A Capital Budgeting Application. 27. A Regression to use Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) as a means Application. 28. An Exponential Utility Application. to automate common spreadsheet tasks, as well as to 29. A Queuing Simulation Application. 30. An Option create sophisticated management science applications. Pricing Application. 31. An Application for Finding Betas VBA is the programming language for Microsoft of Stocks. 32. A Portfolio Optimization Application. 33. Office. VBA FOR MODELERS, 4E, International Edition A Data Envelopment Analysis Application. 34. An AHP contains two parts. The first part teaches students the Application for Choosing a Job. essentials of VBA for Excel. The second part illustrates 2012, 720pp, Paperback, 9781133584230 how a number of management science models can be automated with VBA. From a users standpoint, these applications hide the details of the management science techniques and instead present a simple user interface for inputs and results. NEW TO THIS EDITION NEW! This edition incorporates code changes that reflect changes from Excel 2007 to Excel 2010. NEW! This edition incorporates code changes that reflect changes from Excel 2007 to Excel 2010. FEATURES AN INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT VBA FOR MODELERS, 4E, International Edition lets SCIENCE, INTERNATIONAL EDITION students begin with simple macros for automating (WITH CD-ROM), 13E common spreadsheet tasks and then progress to David R. Anderson, University of Cincinnati; Dennis J. Sweeney, complete decision support systems. University of Cincinnati; Thomas A. Williams, Rochester Institute of VBA FOR MODELERS, 4E, International Edition Technology; R. Kipp Martin, University of Chicago effectively illustrates the power of VBA when coupled with management science models. Introduce your students to management science techniques with the thorough, applications-oriented CONTENTS coverage you can trust from the definitive leader Part I: VBA FUNDAMENTALS. 1. Introduction to VBA in traditional management science texts. The best- Development in Excel. 2. The Excel Object Model. 3. selling Anderson/Sweeney/Williams/Martins 170 www.cengageasia.com

173 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT SCIENCE: A from the functional areas of Marketing, Finance, and QUANTITATIVE APPROACH TO DECISION MAKING, Operations Management. Specific new coverage 13E, International Edition has helped define the topical addresses portfolio models, revenue management, coverage presented within todays management science DEA, and game theory. course curriculum. This book provides a thorough New chapter on nonlinear programming (Ch. 8) greatly grounding in management science techniques with a increases and expands the set of important applied readable presentation style and a wealth of examples problems that can be solved using management drawn from a variety of businesses throughout the science tools. world. Students learn the techniques and refine their New casesfor a total of 28expand practical problem solving skills with realistic problems that applications in areas such as the Markov process and continue to set this established leader apart. Every online bidding on contracts. new edition now includes the highly respected LINGO New Management Science in Action vignettes 10 software that is integrated with text problems to highlight Interfaces, OR/MS Today, and practitioners help you develop the skills to use this, Microsoft in current situations that demonstrate the role and Excel, and many other valuable software packages to importance of management science within a real resolve management science problems. In response company. Approximately 50 vignettes in total provide to feedback from instructors like you, this edition a broad perspective of the benefit of management now places greater emphasis on the applications of science techniques in numerous industries. management science and use of computer software Numerous new problemsalways a strength of with much of the focus on algorithms moved to optional accuracy and excellence within this authoritative chapters on the accompanying Student CD for your textprovide a wealth of current practice opportunity flexibility. As always, the well-respected authors have for students to apply techniques manually and continued their reputation for excellent and accuracy using leading computer software applications, such with error-free presentations throughout the text, test as LINGO 10, Excel add-ins and The Management bank, and supplements. Trust INTRODUCTION TO Scientist. MANAGEMENT SCIENCE, 12E, International Edition FEATURES to deliver the sound, practical and student-oriented approach that enables students to achieve success in Trusted team of expert authors who are respected your course and the world of business beyond. leaders and active consultants in the fields of business and statistics, provide unerring accuracy throughout NEW TO THIS EDITION the text presentation, problems, and test bank. New, robust LINGO 10 softwareTrial version FREE Proven problem-scenario approacha hallmark with each new book and now integrated with the feature of this textintroduces each quantitative textbuilds students skills in using this highly technique within an application setting. Students respected proprietary software from Lindo Systems, must apply the technique to a problem to generate a Inc. as students use the software to solve both linear business solution or recommendation. and nonlinear optimization problems. Powerful actual examples offers even more real Greater emphasis on the applications of management data that emphasizes application as well as solid science and use of computer software and less management science and quantitative methodology. focus on algorithms in this edition clarifies key CONTENTS skills for students. The material on network simplex algorithm and dynamic programming is moved to 1. Introduction. 2. An Introduction to Linear the Student CD, giving you the flexibility to focus on Programming. 3. Linear Programming: Sensitivity solution methodology using algorithms in the detail Analysis and Interpretation of Solution. 4. Linear appropriate for your course. Programming Applications in Marketing, Finance, Expanded coverage of linear programming and Operations Management. 5. Advanced Linear applications is now extended to two chapters (Chs. 4, Programming Applications. 6. Distribution and 5) to provide additional clarification with applications Network Models. 7. Integer Programming. 8. Nonlinear www.cengageasia.com 171

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175 for your course as the book parallels the objective Requirements Planning/Push Production Systems. 7. of supply-chain focused manufacturing planning and JIT/Lean Production/Pull Production Systems. 8. Push control systems within businesses today. The author and Pull Production Systems. 9. Capacity Requirements uses his extensive expertise and an abundance of actual Planning. 10. Production Planning and Control for Remanufacturing. 11. Managing the Outsourcing examples to skillfully demonstrate how successful Planning and Control System. 12. Executing the businesses design products to be manufactured at the Manufacturing Planning and Control System. Appendix right time, in the right quantities, and following quality A: Quantity Discounts and Supply Chain Integration. specifications in the most cost-efficient manner. Appendix B: Glossary for Manufacturing Planning and FEATURES Control Definitions. N E W A P P ROAC H P R E S E N T S T H E L AT E S T 2014, 512pp, Hardback, 9781133586715 MANUFACTURING AND CONTROL PARADIGM: W.C. Bentons unique book offers a new, contemporary approach for your course. The text focuses on the evolution of manufacturing planning and control, supply-chain-manufacturing integration, lean manufacturing, information technology, remanufacturing, and fully integrated adaptive manufacturing systems. R E A L-W O R L D A P P L I C AT I O N S E X E M P L I F Y PRINCIPLES IN ACTION: Author Dr. Benton draws upon years of successful teaching experience, unmatched research and industry proficiency to deliver compelling content based on real situations MANAGING SUPPLY CHAINS, 9E A Logistics Approach, International Edition that actual companies face every day. Practical, timely John J. Coyle, Pennsylvania State University; C. John Langley, Jr., examples throughout the book present the challenges Pennsylvania State University; Robert A. Novack, Pennsylvania State and opportunities posed by supply chain management University; Brian J. Gibson, Auburn University and sustainability trends today. UNSURPASSED COVERAGE OFFERS FOCUS LIKE MANAGING SUPPLY CHAINS: A LOGISTICS APPROACH, 9E, International Edition refined its focus NO OTHER TEXT: The primary objective of this book on the supply chain approach by blending logistics parallels the objective of supply-chain manufacturing theory with practical applications. Each chapter opens within businesses today. Students see how successful with Supply Chain Profiles vignettes introducing businesses manufacture products at the right time students to real-world companies, people, and events. and in the right quantities with a focus on meeting New and updated On the Line boxed features are quality specifications in the most cost-efficient applied examples providing students with hands-on manner. No other textbook available today provides managerial experience of the chapters topics. Supply as much serious consideration to these important Chain Technology boxes appear throughout the text, concepts. The comprehensive glossary of terms is helping students relate technological developments another unique feature of this textbook compared to to supply chain management concepts and logistics other manufacturing planning and control textbooks. practices while taking in consideration global changes. Short Cases at the end of each chapter are updated and This Glossary also synchronizes the textbook with the build on what students have learned in the chapter. APIC educational mission. NEW TO THIS EDITION CONTENTS 1. Introduction. 2. Forecasting Demand. 3. Sales Updated Supply Chain Profiles vignettes at the and Operations Planning/Aggregate Production beginning of each chapter introduce familiar real- Planning. 4. Master Production Planning. 5. Supply world companies, people, and events. Chain Focused Inventory Management. 6. Materials Revised and expanded Supply Chain Technology www.cengageasia.com 173

176 boxes throughout the text relate technological developments to supply chain management concepts and logistics practice with a deeper global view relative to the fast changing business environment. Chapter 10 is updated to include the latest transportation strategies and current data on transportation spending, performance, and modal splits. Chapter 15 introduces a sustainable approach to Supply Chain Management and the benefits of a low impact business practice in greater detail. OM 4 (WITH REVIEW CARDS AND Chapter 16 highlights contemporary changes and DECISION SCIENCES & OPERATIONS trends in the supply chain and logistics environments, MANAGEMENT COURSEMATE WITH and discusses major areas of priority for the future. EBOOK PRINTED ACCESS CARD), 4E FEATURES David Alan Collier, Florida Gulf Coast University; James R. Evans, University of Cincinnati MANAGING SUPPLY CHAINS: A LOGISTICS APPROACH, 9E, International Edition refined its Created through a student-tested, faculty-approved focus on the supply chain approach, one of the latest review process with input from more than 150 students developments in logistics management. and faculty, Collier/Evans OM4 provides a streamlined Supply Chain Profiles vignettes at the beginning of introduction to the core concepts, techniques, and each chapter that introduce topics to students using applications of contemporary operations management. familiar real-world companies, people, and events This engaging, accessible text combines balanced Practical applications of supply chain management coverage of manufacturing and service operations with are provided using new and updated On the Line a full suite of proven learning tools in a convenient, boxed featuring hands-on managerial experience of affordable package. Perfect for todays diverse learners, the chapters topics. OM4 includes integrated student resources, such as Short Cases at the end of each chapter helps students flashcards, cases, datasets, games and quizzes. This build their knowledge by applying the principles editions effective tools, including a robust Instructors learned in the chapter. Manual, ExamView applications, videos, and CONTENTS solutions, make course management even easier. In addition to covering essential principles of operations Part I. 1. Supply Chain Management: An overview. 2. Role management, this edition contains the latest OM of Logistics in Supply Chain. Part II. 3. Global Dimensions of Supply Chains. 4. Supply Chain Relationships. 5. and business examples featuring companies your Supply Chain Performance Measurement and Financial students will instantly recognize from the news. The Analysis. 6. Supply Chain Technology Managing book explores the real-world applications of key Information Flows. Part III. 7. Demand Management. 8. concepts, emphasizing how material is both timely Order Management and Customer Service. 9. Managing and personally relevant. New, unique Microsoft Inventory in the Supply Chain. 10. Transportation Excel spreadsheet templates illustrate problem-solving, Managing the Flow of the Supply Chain. 11. Distribution while five additional chapters, available on the website, Managing Fulfillment Operations. Part IV. 12. Supply offer support if you want to delve further into the Chain Network Analysis and Design. 13. Sourcing quantitative aspects of operations management in Materials and Services. 14. Operations Producing your course. Goods and Services. 15. Managing Reverse Flows in the Supply Chain. 16. Strategic Challenges and Change for NEW TO THIS EDITION Supply Chains. NEW, UNIQUE EXCEL SPREADSHEET TEMPLATES 2013, 720pp, Paperback, 9781111533922 ILLUSTRATE PROBLEM SOLVING: This new edition of OM4 offers a new set of unique Microsoft Excel 174 www.cengageasia.com

177 spreadsheet templates designed to clearly illustrate Bank, and an Instructors Manual are also available. and facilitate solving of common numerical problems. FORMULA CARDS PROVIDE QUICK REFERENCE: MORE END-OF-CHAPTER MATERIAL ENCOURAGES Both the Instructors Edition and Student Edition ADDITIONAL PRACTICE: This edition now offers even feature detachable Formula Cards listing all key more varied opportunities for reader practice. The formulas from the text and the chapters in which author has increased the number of end-of-chapter they appear, making reference and review easier for problems from 10 to 15 per chapter. instructors and students alike. FRESH REAL COMPANY ILLUSTRATIONS OFFER INNOVATIVE, INTEGRATED PACKAGE INCLUDES MEMORABLE EXAMPLES: New boxed features and BOTH PRINT AND ONLINE CONTENT: A full suite of applied examples from real companies throughout the unique learning tools that appeal to different learning book seize students attention and clearly illustrate styles is available to students with the purchase of a key principles. new book. Quizzes, PowerPoint slides, videos, and UPDATED CASES DEMONSTRATE PRINCIPLES AT more are only a click away. Key discussion exercises WORK: Several of the Chapter Cases throughout are at the end of each chapter and additional materials this edition are either revised or completely new to are available on the books website. provide an up-to-the-minute look at OM principles CONTENTS in action. NEW COVERAGE ADDRESSES THE LATEST OM 1. Good, Services, and Operations Management. 2. DEVELOPMENTS: New chapter material covers the Value Chains. 3. Measuring Performance in Operations. latest topics of critical importance in business today, 4. Operations Strategy. 5. Technology and Operations such as sustainability, business analytics, and global Management. 6. Goods and Service Design. 7. Process sourcing. In addition, several chapter introductions Selection, Design, and Analysis. 8. Facility and are completely new to reflect todays most recent Work Design. 9. Supply Chain Design. 10. Capacity developments. Management. 11. Forecasting and Demand Planning. 12. Managing Inventories. 13. Resource Management. FEATURES 14. Operations Scheduling and Sequencing. 15. ENGAGING, ACCESSIBLE PRESENTATION IS Quality Management. 16. Quality Control and SPC. COMPREHENSIVE: A streamlined structure with 17. Lean Operating Systems. 18. Project Management. brief, but comprehensive, chapters and a modern Supplementary Chapters. A: Work Measurement, design includes numerous examples of OM practices Learning Curves, and Standards. B: Queuing Analysis. in manufacturing and service organizations that C: Modeling Using Linear Programming. D: Simulation. make the text more engaging and accessible E: Decision Analysis. without minimizing coverage for your course. Five 2013, 448pp, Paperback, 9781133372424 supplementary chapters are available on the website for instructors who want to delve further into the quantitative aspects of operations management. STUDY CARDS OFFER ON-THE-GO CONVENIENCE: Chapter-In-Review Cards at the back of the Student Edition provide a useful, portable study tool containing key information to help students prepare for class, complete assignments, or study for exams. INSTRUCTOR PREP CARDS SIMPLIFY AND SAVE TIME: Instructor Prep Cards for each chapter in the Instructors Edition make preparation simple by offering a quick outline of chapter content, a list of corresponding PowerPoint resources, additional examples, and suggested assignments and discussion questions. PowerPoint slides, a computerized Test www.cengageasia.com 175

178 coverage in Chapter 3 addresses sustainability as an important component of purchasing policy and procedures. This edition also lists the best companies for social responsibility and diversity in procurement. UPDATED COVERAGE OF STRATEGIC CATEGORY M A N A G E M E N T D I S C U S S E S T H E L AT E S T DEVELOPMENTS AND STRATEGIES. New discussion in Chapter 6 explores how the economic recession is impacting category management strategies. A new section discusses how to perform market intelligence SOURCING AND SUPPLY CHAIN and risk assessments for category management. MANAGEMENT, INTERNATIONAL This edition also examines tools for stakeholder EDITION, 5E engagement, a critical component of category Robert B. Handfield, North Carolina State University; Robert M. management. Monczka, Arizona State University; Larry C. Giunipero, Florida State NEW COVERAGE DISCUSSES INSOURCING VERSUS University; James L. Patterson, Western Illinois University OUTSOURCING AS A COMPONENT OF STRATEGY. In this edition, students are able to more clearly Introduce students to the critical role of purchasing compare the advantages and disadvantages of in the supply chain with one of todays leading-edge insourcing versus outsourcing as they examine fresh strategy and purchasing booksHandfield/Monczka/ examples that demonstrate the effectiveness of Giunipero/Pattersons SOURCING AND SUPPLY Boeing Corporation insourcing more of its operations. CHAIN MANAGEMENT, 5E, International Edition. This turnkey solution provides current and complete CONTENTS coverage that makes it not only a useful text, but also Preface Part I: INTRODUCTION. 1. Introduction to a valuable professional reference tool for students. Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. Part II: NEW TO THIS EDITION PURCHASING OPERATIONS AND STRUCTURE. 2. The Purchasing and Supply Process. 3. Purchasing Policy NUMEROUS NEW GOOD PRACTICE EXAMPLES and Procedures. 4. Supply Management Integration for ILLUSTRATE STELLAR CASES OF THE CHAPTERS Competitive Advantage. 5. Purchasing and Supply Chain TOPICS IN ACTION. Intriguing Good Practice Organization. Part III: STRATEGIC SOURCING. 6. Supply examples at the conclusion of each chapter integrate Management and Commodity Strategy Development. 7. the chapters topics while exemplifying some of the Supplier Evaluation and Selection. 8. Purchasing Analysis: latest developments in purchasing and supply chain Tools and Techniques. 9. Supplier Quality Management. management today. 10. Supplier Management and Development: Creating a U P DAT E D C E N T E R- L E D O R G A N I Z AT I O N World-Class Supply Base. 11. Worldwide Sourcing. Part DISCUSSIONS GIVE STUDENTS A BET TER IV: STRATEGIC SOURCING PROCESS. 12. Strategic UNDERSTANDING OF THIS NEW, EFFECTIVE Cost Management. 13. Negotiation. 14. Contract MODEL OF PROCUREMENT. Students gain a better Management. 15. Purchasing Law and Ethics. Part V: understanding of the advantages, challenges, and CRITICAL SUPPLY CHAIN ELEMENTS. 16. Lean Supply flexibility that todays center-led organizational model Chain Management: Concepts and Applications. 17. can provide. Purchasing Services. 18. Supply Chain Information THE LATEST RESEARCH REFLECTS TODAYS NEW Systems and Electronic commerce. 19. Performance DEVELOPMENTS IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurement and Evaluation. Part VI: FUTURE AND PURCHASING. Students gain a better DIRECTIONS. 20. Emergining Purchasing and Supply understanding of the latest changes, such as the Chain Strategy Strategies. Cases. Index. procure-to-pay (P2P) process covered in Chapter 2. UPDATES DETAIL THE ROLE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL 2012, 880pp, Paperback, 9781111532819 RESPONSIBILITY IN PROCUREMENT TODAY. New 176 www.cengageasia.com

179 today with this editions updated content. NEW INFORMATION ON INTERNATIONAL PURCHASING/PROCUREMENT AND ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE SOURCING PREPARES STUDENTS FOR BUSINESS TODAY. Updated sections on international purchasing and procurement for government and nonprofit agencies (Chapter 2) equip students with critical knowledge and skills. A new chapter on ethical and sustainable sourcing (Chapter 4) familiarizes students with some of the most pressing challenges SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT, 3E in todays workplace. A Balanced Approach, International Edition NEW FORECASTING EXAMPLES, COVERAGE OF (with Printed Access Card) LEAN PRODUCTION AND EXAMPLES OF SIX SIGMA Joel D. Wisner, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Keah-Choon Tan, DIRECT STUDENTS IN APPLYING WHAT THEYVE University of Nevada, Las Vegas; G. Keong Leong, University of Nevada, Las Vegas LEARNED. New, easier-to-apply forecasting examples in Part 3 emphasize how to effectively use Excel, Now you can introduce purchasing, operations, and while new sections highlight the environmental logistics with a strong supply chain management impacts of lean production and offer new examples of focus found in the latest edition of Wisner/Tan/Leongs Six Sigma programs. Updated examples on inventory SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT, 3e, International investment and turnover ratios (Chapter 7) keep Edition. This unique new third edition presents students aware of the latest developments. extensive content you wont find covered in other NEW EXAMPLES OF EMERGING TOPICS IN BUSINESS books. The authors expansive approach helps you ADDRESS SOCIAL MEDIA, CLOUD COMPUTING, guide students through the management stages of AND RECENT EXAMPLES IN MANAGING SERVICE each supply chain activity while addressing real-world SUPPLY CHAINS. Now you can prepare students concerns related to the global supply chain. With to better understand sustainability in logistics and this edition, you can follow the natural flow through the impact of social media and cloud computing in the supply chain with one of the most balanced customer relationship management with new sections supply chain management approaches available. in Part 4. Numerous new examples highlight how to Well-organized chapters demonstrate the practical effectively manage service supply chains. applications of supply chain management in todays NEW GLOBAL ISSUES EQUIP STUDENTS TO SECURE workplace while intriguing profiles throughout the text A GLOBAL COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. You and your build on topics to reinforce learning. Numerous new students can closely examine new issues associated cases in this edition expand upon the previous editions with global process integration and risk and security 22 cases. A wealth of engaging and interactive learning in Part 5. New coverage reviews the expanding role features in each chapter are now updated and revised. of supply chain management in sustaining global Supply Chain Management in Action opening features, competitive advantage. e-Business Connections, and Global Perspectives FEATURES combine with abundant real-world business examples to ensure that SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT, 3e, UNIQUE CONTENT PROVIDES IMPORTANT International Edition covers todays most important COVERAGE AVAILABLE ONLY IN THIS TEXT. contemporary supply issues in depth. One-of-a-kind coverage in this comprehensive text encompasses operations, purchasing, and NEW TO THIS EDITION logistics with a supply chain management focus. NEW COVERAGE OF THE LATEST TRENDS IN SUPPLY You can introduce students to a wealth of important CHAIN MANAGEMENT INTRODUCES THE LATEST content not available in other books. This edition DEVELOPMENTS. Prepare students to address the demonstrates how all aspects of supply chain activity most current trends in supply chain management are accomplished effectively and efficiently. www.cengageasia.com 177

180 BALANCED PRESENTATION OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT FOLLOWS NATURAL FLOW. To ensure understanding, the authors break down supply chain issues into purchasing, operations, logistics, and integration. This is one of the most balanced supply chain management texts available, as it follows a natural flow through the supply chain, further encouraging student comprehension. EXCEPTIONAL CASES AND SOLID ORGANIZATION EMPHASIZE PRACTICE APPLICATION IN TODAYS WORKPLACE. Well-organized chapters throughout this edition highlight excellent case studies that TRANSPORTATION, 7E clearly demonstrate the practical applications of A Supply Chain Perspective supply chain management in todays workplace. John J. Coyle, Pennsylvania State University; Robert A. Novack, Intriguing profiles throughout the text reinforce the Pennsylvania State University; Brian Gibson, Auburn University; cases and further ensure student learning. Numerous Edward J. Bardi, University of Toledo new cases in this edition expand on the books previous 22 cases. Transportation is arguably the most critical component REVISED, UPDATED LEARNING FEATURES ENSURE of global supply chains. And one of the most complex. TODAYS MOST CURRENT ISSUES ARE ADDRESSED Delivering comprehensive coverage of current domestic IN DETAIL. Each of the books 14 chapters addresses and global transportation trends, TRANSPORTATION: A some of todays most recent developments with SUPPLY CHAIN PERSPECTIVE, 7e equips your students revised and updated Supply Chain Management in with a solid understanding of this dynamic field. More Action opening features, e-Business Connections, and student friendly than ever, the SEVENTH EDITION Global Perspectives. Captivating company examples helps readers understand both the fundamental role throughout the edition ensure that current supply and importance of transportation in companies and issues are covered in depth. in society, as well as the complex environment in CONTENTS which transportation service is provided today. Taking PART I: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: AN OVERVIEW. a managerial approach, the authors give students 1. Introduction to Supply Chain Management. the tools to successfully adapt to this fast-paced and Part II: PURCHASING ISSUES IN SUPPLY CHAIN rapidly changing industry. The text is organized into MANAGEMENT. 2. Purchasing Management. 3. three parts. Part I provides a framework and foundation Supplier Relationship Management. 4. Strategic for the role of transportation from a micro and macro Sourcing for Successful Supply Chain Management. perspective in supply chains. Discussions include PART III: OPERATIONS ISSUES IN SUPPLY CHAIN both the theoretical and managerial dimensions of MANAGEMENT. 5. Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, transportation in supply chains, including regulation and Replenishment. 6. Enterprise Resource Planning and public policy. Part II focuses on the providers of Systems. 7. Inventory Management. 8. Process transportation, offering an industry overview, operating Management: Just-In-Time and Total Quality Management. PART IV: DISTRIBUTION ISSUES and service characteristics, cost structure, and current IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT. 9. Logistics challenges and issues. Part III focuses on a variety of Management. 10. Customer Relationship Management. critical transportation management issues, providing 11. Location Decisions. 12. Service Response Logistics. insightful discussions of the strategic activities and PART V: SUSTAINING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. 13. challenges involved in the movement of goods through Process Integration. 14. Performance Measurement. the supply chain. Appendix 1. Appendix 2. Appendix 3. Glossary. Author NEW TO THIS EDITION Index. Subject Index. New co-author Dr. Brian Gibson adds exciting new 2012, 592pp, Paperback, 9781111532642 insights to transportation and highlights some of the latest practices and emerging trends in the 178 www.cengageasia.com

181 field. An accomplished instructor, he has received Current: The new edition is completely up to date. multiple awards for outstanding teaching, research, Examples, boxes, and tables have been thoroughly and outreach--most notably the 2006 Auburn updated to reflect the latest industry information. University Alumni Association Undergraduate End-of-Chapter Material: Ideal for homework Teaching Excellence Award. Dr. Gibson also serves assignments or lively in-class discussions, end- in leadership roles for the Council for Supply Chain of-chapter material includes a Summary, Study Management Professionals, the Distribution Business Questions, and two Cases with Case Questions Management Association, and the Retail Industry that require students to apply chapter concepts to Leaders Association. real-world scenarios and think critically about the Thoroughly revised and updated, the exciting new concepts. Seventh Edition has been reorganized to be more CONTENTS student friendly than ever. The four chapters in Part I equip readers with a thorough overview of PART I. 1. Transportation: Critical Link in the Supply transportation, while the four chapters in Part II focus Chain. 2. Transportation: Critical Link in the Economy. 3. on the providers of transportation. Part III includes six Transportation Regulation and Public Policy. 4. Costing new chapters highlighting emerging transportation and Pricing for Transportation. PART II. 5. Motor management issues. Carriers. 6. Railroads. 7. Airlines. 8. Water Carriers and All-new Chapter 14, Issues and Challenges of Global Pipelines. PART III. 9. Transportation Risk Management. Supply Chains, offers real-world insight into current 10. Global Transportation Planning. 11. Global and emerging challenges facing global supply chains. Transportation Execution. 12. Third Party Logistics. 13. In every chapter, four new boxed features deliver Private Transportation and Fleet Management. 14. Issues the latest technology, trends, and examples from and Challenges of Global Supply Chains. the field. Transportation Profile opening vignettes 2011, 528pp, Hardback, 9780324789195 introduce students to chapter concepts through familiar, real-world examples. On the Line features provide applied, concrete examples that give students hands-on managerial experience with chapter topics. Transportation Technology boxes help readers relate technological developments to transportation management concepts. Global Perspectives highlight the activities and importance of transportation outside of the United States. FEATURES Comprehensive Coverage: TRANSPORTATION: A SUPPLY CHAIN PERSPECTIVE, 7e delivers OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN thorough coverage of current domestic and global MANAGEMENT transportation trends. The U.S. has seen an increased World Class Theory and Practice, importance placed on transportation security both International Edition (with Printed Access within and outside its borders, and the dramatic Card) volatility in worldwide fuel prices has put a strain Rohit Verma, Cornell University; Ken Boyer, Ohio State University on transportation costs and capacity. These events Boyers breakthrough text meets todays student and illustrate that transportation may be the most critical- instructors needs and redefines the marketplace. He -and most vulnerable--component of global supply understands the importance of striking a balance by chains. creating a book that does an even better job at covering Rich Applications: Increased group and individual the core concepts while also providing customers with projects and activities keep students involved and a new product that fully addresses and approaches engaged with hands-on learning. www.cengageasia.com 179

182 this course area from todays teaching and learning Project Management perspectives and actual business practices. The three unifying themes throughout the book are Strategy, Global Supply Chain, and Service Operations. Strategy will serve as an overarching framework and will be used in each chapter to present students with an alternative approach to specific challenges. Boyes uses examples from non-US companies and/or organizations in each chapter to incorporate Service Operations in the book. He shows that even some of the largest manufacturing companies today have extensive service activities such as customer support and product development. The Global Supply Chain theme will allow students to see how products move through different companies CONTEMPORARY PROJECT and countries with Boyes use of real world examples MANAGEMENT (WITH MICROSOFT throughout his text. Students will benefit from the PROJECT PRINTED ACCESS CARD), 3E robust supplements package and Boyes motivation Timothy Kloppenborg, Xavier University to use technology as a primary ingredient in his text. Teach students to master the most proven methods in FEATURES project management as well as exciting new techniques Three unifying themes throughout the book: Strategy, emerging from current industry and todays most Global Supply Chain, and Service Operations. recent research with Kloppenborgs CONTEMPORARY Every chapter will include at least one example from PROJECT MANAGEMENT, 3E. This text introduces a non-U.S. company or organization. time-tested manual techniques and progressive Integrated, on-demand, user friendly CMS, web, and automated techniques, all consistent with the latest grading system materials. PMBOK Guide and integrated with Microsoft Project 2013. The books focused approach is ideal CONTENTS for project management courses in both upper-level 1: Operations and Supply Chain Strategy. 2: Quality undergraduate and MBA-level programs. Students Management. 3: New Product Development. 4: practice manual techniques to ensure that they fully Process Design and Analysis. 5: Forecasting. 6: grasp the principles behind the methods before learning Independent Demand Inventory. 7: Dependent Demand to use Microsoft Project 2013, which is fully integrated Inventory. 8: Project Management. 9: Optimization into nine chapters of this edition, to complete tasks. and Simulation Modeling. 10: Capacity Planning. 11: Throughout the text, students have opportunities to Quality Improvement Methods. 12: Lean Enterprise. 13: build strong portfolios to showcase their skills in future Technology and Integrated Supply Management. 14: interviews as they create specific deliverables for real- Global Supply Chain and Service Integration. world projects, whether from working by themselves or as part of a group. To ensure that students understand 2010, 592pp, Paperback, 9780324834871 the established standards in project management today and to prepare them to become Certified Project Management Professionals (PMP) if they choose, all content in CONTEMPORARY PROJECT MANAGEMENT is consistent with the knowledge areas and processes of the fifth edition of the PMBOK Guide. For quick reference, a list at the beginning of each chapter highlights the PMBOK topics covered, and all glossary definitions are consistent with the PMBOK Guide. 180 www.cengageasia.com

183 NEW TO THIS EDITION (WBS), Gantt charts, and resource views. Step-by- CONTEMPORARY PROJECT MANAGEMENT, 3E has step coverage features numerous screenshots and been completely updated to reflect A GUIDE TO THE Microsoft-approved descriptions. PROJECT MANAGEMENT BODY OF KNOWLEDGE NUMEROUS NEW EXAMPLES THROUGHOUT (PMBOK GUIDE), 5E. All references correspond to THIS EDITION REFLECT THE LATEST BUSINESS the fifth edition of PMBOK--from new titles and DEVELOPMENTS. Students find concepts brought to refined definitions for existing processes to new life with many examples throughout this edition. Each processes and approaches. For easy reference, each chapter opens and closes with an intriguing example. Examples address many new industries, exposing chapter begins by clearly identifying the chapters students to a variety of business experiences. All PMBOK topics. End-of-chapter PMBOK-type examples in the chapters and end-of-chapter exercises questions are similar to those used on the PMP and have been updated to reflect the latest developments. CAPM exams to prepare students effectively, and five EXPANDED COVERAGE OF THE PROJECT LIFE CYCLE new PMBOK Guide questions are included in each BETTER PREPARES STUDENTS TO MANAGE ALL chapter. A separate PMBOK Guide located in the PHASES OF A PROJECT SUCCESSFULLY. Students inside front cover of the text outlines specific pages learn about selecting a project at the front end of the that cover each topic. life cycle. This edition also discusses realizing benefits Extensive agile coverage starts in Chapter 4 and is at the back end of the life cycle. Updated coverage designated throughout the text by an Agile margin reflects the latest in the research and development callout. (R&D) life cycle model. An agile life cycle model has New chapter examples and PROJECT MANAGEMENT been added. IN ACTION features appear throughout the text from EMPHASIS ON HUMAN STRENGTHS GIVES project management practitioners of companies in STUDENTS A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF HOW TO the United States, Europe, Africa, and Australia. MAXIMIZE INDIVIDUALS UNIQUE ABILITIES. With COVERAGE OF MICROSOFT PROJECT 2013 this texts discussion of human strengths, students PREPARES STUDENTS TO WORK WITH THE MOST learn how to use positive psychology to understand RECENT TOOLS. Discussion of Microsoft Project the unique abilities of individuals. An appendix 2013 demonstrates how to automate the project describes each strength theme in the project context management techniques addressed in each chapter. to better prepare students to lead and manage project The author presents all concepts using a step-by- teams effectively. step manner thats consistent with PMBOK work CONTENTS processes. Part I: ORGANIZING PROJECTS. 1. Introduction to Project A new in-text and online APPENDIX A: PMP AND Management. 2. Project Selection and Prioritization. 3. CAPM EXAM PREP SUGGESTIONS is included. Organizational Capability: Structure, Culture, and Roles. New PROJECT DELIVERABLE reference table (after the 4. Chartering Projects. Part II: PLANNING PROJECTS. table of contents) shows the location of instructions 5. Stakeholder Analysis and Communication Planning. and examples for key project management topics. 6. Scope Planning. 7. Scheduling Projects. 8. Resourcing Projects. 9. Budgeting Projects. 10. Project Risk Planning. FEATURES 11. Project Quality Planning and Project Kick-off. Part INTEGRATED PROJECT GIVES STUDENTS VALUABLE III: PERFORMING PROJECTS. 12. Project Supply Chain PRACTICE APPLYING PROJECT MANAGEMENT Management. 13. Leading and Managing Project TECHNIQUES. This edition profiles a consistent Teams. 14. Determining Project Progress and Results. project throughout the book, giving students 15. Finishing the Project and Realizing the Benefits. consistent real-world practice. The integrated project Appendix A: PMP and CAPM Exam Prep Suggestions familiarizes students with many PMBOK-defined (online and in printed book). Appendix B: Strengths project deliverables such as a stakeholder matrix, Themes as Used in Project Management (online only). communications matrix, and scope statement. Glossary Terms from the PMBOK Guide. Index. Students also practice many Microsoft Project 2013 2015, 480pp, Hardback, 9781285433356 features, including the work breakdown structure www.cengageasia.com 181

184 NEW TO THIS EDITION UPDATED CONTENT TO REFLECT PROJECT STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT, A NEW PMBOK Coming Soon! KNOWLEDGE AREA. UPDATED MS PROJECT APPENDICES BASED ON THE LATEST VERSION OF MICROSOFT PROJECT 2013. UPDATED REAL-WORLD VIGNETTES. Give students an opportunity to see how successful project managers apply concepts in todays actual workplace with these engaging new vignettes. These intriguing, SUCCESSFUL PROJECT MANAGEMENT, contemporary vignettes at the beginning and 6E within each chapter give students a taste of project Jack Gido, Pennsylvania State University; James P. Clements, West management skills in action. Virginia University UPDATED END-OF-CHAPTER EXERCISES. You and your students will find a variety of proven and Teach your students everything they need to know contemporary learning tools and opportunities for to work successfully in todays exciting project practice that will thoroughly prepare students for management environment with Gido/Clementss success on tests and quizzes. SUCCESSFUL PROJECT MANAGEMENT, 6E. This best-selling text details how to organize as well as FEATURES manage effective project teams, from planning and RESTRUCTURED CHAPTERS ALGIN WITH THE scheduling to cost management. Revised chapters PMBOK APPROACH. To ensure that the concepts your closely align with the PMBOK (Project Management students are learning reflect todays best practices Body of Knowledge) framework and approach to ensure within project management, the chapters have been that students are learning todays best practices. rearranged and restructured to align with the PMBOK Coverage of the latest business developments and (Project Management Body of Knowledge) framework challenges acquaint students with issues such as project and approach. constraints, stakeholder issues, the project charter, and FUN AND ENGAGING CASES. Throughout this how projects relate to an organizations strategic plan. edition, cases place project management skills into Students learn the keys to effective communication practical context and prompt meaningful analysis and both within and outside a team. A wealth of new and discussion among students. revised intriguing cases inspire discussion and debate, TRIAL VERSION OF MICROSOFT PROJECT 2013 and new real-world vignettes give students firsthand WITH EACH TEXT PROVIDES PRACTICE WITH insights into how to apply project management in the TODAYS LEADING PROJECT MANAGEMENT workplace. Other learning features and a variety of SOFTWARE. Prepare students to work with the most end-of-chapter practice activities reinforce concepts up-to-date project management software available. critical to project management success. Students also Students receive a trial version of the latest best- gain experience working with the latest version of selling project management software--Microsoft todays most popular project management software-- Project 2013--with each new text. Students learn to Microsoft Project 2013. A trial version of this software master and maximize the efficiencies of this powerful accompanies each new text with corresponding tool as they complete problems throughout this examples and exercises throughout this edition. edition. SUCCESSFUL PROJECT MANAGEMENT, 6E and its STRAIGHTFORWARD, ACCESSIBLE APPROACH accompanying comprehensive instructor support REFLECTS STATE-OF-THE-ART CONCEPTS. The package provide everything you and your students authors have applied their years of firsthand project need to manage projects effectively in business today. management experience to create an engaging, inviting presentation that focuses on the latest techniques and applications while de-emphasizing 182 www.cengageasia.com

185 mathematical and overly technical detail. Quality Management CO M P R E H E N S I V E CO N T E N T A D D R E S S E S EVERYTHING STUDENTS NEED TO KNOW TO WORK SUCCESSFULLY IN TODAYS PROJECT ENVIRONMENT. Students learn the critical skills and knowledge they need to organize and manage Coming Soon! effective project teams. This edition also emphasizes communication with a focus on how to document and communicate project developments both within and outside the team. In-depth coverage also delves into the details of planning, scheduling, and cost management. LEARNING OUTCOMES AND CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTOR BOXES HIGHLIGHT THE KEY POINTS OF MANAGING FOR QUALITY AND EACH CHAPTER. This edition helps students focus PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE, on each chapters most important points as Learning INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 9E Outcomes and Critical Success Factors provide James R. Evans, University of Cincinnati; William M. Lindsay, Northern Kentucky University brief overviews and reinforce the chapters main ideas. CONTENTS The new edition of this definitive market leader and authoritative educational reference continues 1. Project Management Concepts. Part I: INITIATING to provide unmatched coverage and insightful A PROJECT. 2. Identifying and Selecting Projects. 3. comparisons that guide your students through the Developing Project Proposals. Part II: PLANNING, intricacies of quality management today. Built upon PERFORMING, AND CONTROLLING A PROJECT. 4. the strength and proven experience of well-known Defining Scope, Quality, Responsibility, and Activity authors and examiners for the Malcolm Baldrige Award, Sequence. 5. Developing the Schedule. 6. Resource this text presents the fundamental principles and Utilization. 7. Determining Costs, Budget and Earned historical foundations of total quality with an emphasis Value. 8. Managing Risk. 9. Closing the Project. Part on high-performance management practices, such as III: PEOPLE: THE KEY TO PROJECT SUCCESS. 10. The those reflected in the Baldrige Criteria. No other book Project Manager. 11. The Project Team. 12. Project offers coverage of ISO 9000 certification standards, Six Communication and Documentation. 13. Project Sigma, and the U.S. Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Management Organizational Structures. Appendix A: Award standards students find here. A wealth of first- Project Management Information Systems. Appendix hand, current examples from leading organizations B: Project Management Websites. Appendix C: Project throughout the world emphasize the practical aspects Management Associations around the Globe. Appendix of the books managerial focus as well as the technical D: Acronyms. Reinforce Your Learning Answers. topics that students are learning. Coverage of most of Glossary. Index. the Body of Knowledge required for ASQ certification 2015, 552pp, Hardback, 9781285068374 helps you effectively prepare students to become Certified Quality Managers. NEW TO THIS EDITION The ninth edition of Managing for Quality and Performance Excellence continues to embrace the fundamental principles, criteria, and historical foundations of total quality, while providing a foundation for understanding and applying technical tools and performance excellence from an enterprise www.cengageasia.com 183

186 perspective. All chapters have been updated to provide the most current coverage available. We have updated and strengthened the quantitative material in this book, particularly in Chapter 6 on statistical methods. We have developed new and updated Excel templates to facilitate problem solving and incorporated them into numerous examples. We have also developed new and interesting Quality Profiles and Quality in Practice cases and a wide variety of examples from organizations around the world. These profiles and QIP cases emphasize the QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE importance of quality in the global economy. We also EXCELLENCE, INTERNATIONAL added new cases and revised many end-of-chapter EDITION, 7E problems from the previous edition. James R. Evans, University of Cincinnati FEATURES Packed with real-world illustrations and cases, QUALITY Contrasts and comparisons of Baldrige, ISO 9000, AND PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE, 7e, International and Six Sigma in the managerial chapters of the book. Edition presents the basic principles and tools Student-friendly layout highlighting important associated with quality and performance excellence concepts. through cutting-edge coverage that includes the latest Bonus Materials are available on the student premium thinking and practices from the field. This proven text Web site and include additional cases, summaries of has three primary objectives: familiarize students with key points and terminology, supplementary topics, the basic principles and methods, show how these and additional cases and Quality in Practice features. principles and methods have been put into effect in a Text coverage of most of the body of knowledge variety of organizations, and illustrate the relationship (BOK) required for ASQ certification as a Certified between basic principles and the popular theories and Quality Manager. models studied in management courses. Extremely CONTENTS flexible and student friendly, the text is organized according to traditional management topics, helping Brief Contents. Preface. Part I: PRINCIPLES OF students quickly see the connections between quality QUALITY MANAGEMENT. 1: Introduction to Quality. 2: principles and management theories. Excellent case Foundations of Quality Management. 3: Customer Focus. studies give students practical experience working with 4: Workforce Focus. 5: Process Focus. Part II: TOOLS real-world issues. Many cases focus on large and small AND TECHNIQUES FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT. companies in manufacturing and service industries in 6: Statistical Methods in Quality. 7: Design for Quality North and South America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. and Product Excellence. 8: Measuring and Controlling Quality. 9: Six Sigma and Process Improvement. Part NEW TO THIS EDITION III: BEYOND QUALITY: PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE Using real-world examples to illustrate text concepts, IN ORGANIZATIONS. 10: The Malcolm Baldrige each chapter now begins with a Performance Framework for Performance Excellence. 11: Strategic Excellence Profile highlighting a recent Baldrige Focus on Performance Excellence. 12: Measurement and recipient whose practices have particular relevance Knowledge Management for Performance Excellence. to the chapter material. 13: Leadership for Performance Excellence. 14: Building New to the 7th edition are profiles on K&N and Sustaining Performance Excellence. Appendixes. Management, Freeze and Nichols, the City of Coral 2014, 784pp, Paperback, 9781285094595 Springs, Florida; and the Veterans Affairs Cooperative Studies Program. Numerous new examples and cases have been added throughout, illustrating key ideas and themes covered 184 www.cengageasia.com

187 in the chapters and offering students hands-on BEHAVIOR. 8. Quality Teamwork. 9. Engagement, opportunities to sharpen their critical-thinking skills. Empowerment, and Motivation. Part IV: LEADERSHIP FEATURES AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE. 10. Leadership for Performance Excellence. 11. Performance Excellence and Considerable flexibility is built into QUALITY AND Organizational Change. PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE, 7e, International Edition to meet the unique needs of individual 2014, 496pp, Paperback, 9781133955924 instructors and their students. After chapters 1 and 2, all other chapters can be sequenced in almost any order. Unlike most books on quality, QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE, 7e, International Edition is organized according to traditional management topics. This student-friendly organization helps readers see the parallels between quality principles and management theories in areas such as organizational design and leadership. Part I, Foundations of Quality and Performance Excellence, presents the core principles of total quality and performance excellence, and begins to explain how they relate to familiar management concepts. Part II, Performance Excellence, Strategy, and Organization Theory, introduces the importance of quality and performance excellence from a strategic perspective, the idea of customer-supplier relationships, and the role of organizational design. Part III, Performance Excellence and Organizational Behavior, discusses the themes of teamwork and empowerment, and relates quality to the topics of groups and motivation. Part IV, Leadership and Organizational Change, deals with practices for making performance excellence a part of todays modern organizations, focusing on leadership and the journey to performance excellence. CONTENTS P a r t I : F O U N DAT I O N S O F Q UA L I T Y A N D PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE. 1. Introduction to Quality and Performance Excellence. 2. Frameworks for Quality and Performance Excellence. 3. Tools and Techniques for Quality Design and Control. 4. Tools and Techniques for Quality Improvement. Part II: PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE, STRATEGY, AND ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY. 5. Competitive Advantage and Strategic Management for Performance Excellence. 6. Quality in Customer-Supplier Relationships. 7. Designing Organizations for Performance Excellence. Part III: PERFORMANCE EXCELLENCE AND ORGANIZATIONAL www.cengageasia.com 185

188 Combined Author/Title Index Business Statistics - Abridged, 6e, p.157 A Business Statistics, 6e, p.156 Business Strategy in Asia, 4e, p.118 Achua/Lussier, Effective Leadership, International Edition, 5e, Business and Society, 9e, p.2 p.57 Business, International Edition, 12e, p.145 Adler/Gundersen, International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior, International Edition, 5e, p.53/p.71 C Ahlstrom/Bruton, International Management, International Edition, p.49 Camm/Cochran/Fry/Ohlmann, Essentials of Business Albright, VBA for Modelers, 4e, International Edition, p.170 Analytics, p.151 Albright/Winston, Business Analytics, 5e, p.150 Carroll/Buchholtz, Business and Society, 9e, p.2 Albright/Winston, Management Science Modeling, Cassidy/Kreitner, Principles of Management, International International Edition (with Essential Textbook Resources Edition, 12e, p.90 Printed Access Card, Intl. Edition), 4e, p.169 Cassidy/Kreitner, Supervision, International Edition, p.128 Allen, New Venture Creation, International Edition, 6e, p.11 Chan/Soh/Ramaya, Military Leadership in the 21st Century, Allen/Plunkett/Attner, Management, 10e, International p.60 Edition, p.87 Clark/Clark, How 13, 13e, International Edition, p.133 An Introduction to Management Science, International Edition Clemen/Reilly, Making Hard Decisions with DecisionTools, 3e, (with CD-ROM), 13e, p.170 p.167 Anderson/Sweeney/Williams, Modern Business Statistics with Cole/Kelly, Management, 7e, p.96 Microsoft Excel, 5e, p.153 Collier/Evans, OM 4 (with Review Cards and Decision Sciences Anderson/Sweeney/Williams/Camm, Essentials of Statistics & Operations Management CourseMate with eBook Printed for Business and Economics (with Data Set Printed Access Access Card), 4e, p.174 Card), 7e, p.152 Communicating in Business, International Edition, 8e, p.137 Anderson/Sweeney/Williams/Camm, Quantitative Methods Competency-Based Management, International Edition, 11e, for Business, International Edition (with Printed Access p.98 Card), 12e, p.168 Competing for Advantage, International Edition, 3e, p.119 Anderson/Sweeney/Williams/Camm, Statistics for Business Contemporary Business Mathematics for Colleges, and Economics with CB CourseSmart ebook, 12e, p.158 International Edition (with Bind In Printed Access Card), 16e, Anderson/Sweeney/Williams/Martin, An Introduction to p.149 Management Science, International Edition (with CD-ROM), Contemporary Business Reports, International Edition, 5e, p.141 13e, p.170 Contemporary Mathematics for Business and Consumers (with Archer/Borthwick/Travers/Ruschena, Whs, 3e, p.37 Printed Access Card), 7e, p.146 Contemporary Project Management (with Microsoft Project B Printed Access Card), 3e, p180 Corporate Innovation & Entrepreneurship, International BCOM 6 (with CourseMate Printed Access Card), 6e, p.130 Edition, 3e, p.13 BUSN 7 (with CourseMate Printed Access Card), 7e, p.142 Coyle/Langley/Novack/Gibson, Managing Supply Chains, 9e, Barrick/Feild/Gatewood, Selection in Human Resource International Edition, p.173 Management, International Edition, 7e, p.41 Coyle/Novack/Gibson/Bardi, Transportation, 7e, p.178 Bcom: Asia Pacific Edition, p.134 Cullen/Parboteeah, Multinational Management, International Bell, Diversity in Organizations, International Edition, 2e, p.7 Edition, 6e, p.50 Benton, Supply Chain Focused Manufacturing Planning and Cummings/Worley, Organization Development and Change, Control, p.172 10e, p.72 Brechner/Bergeman, Contemporary Mathematics for Business Curwin/Slater/Eadson, Quantitative Methods for Business and Consumers (with Printed Access Card), 7e, p.146 Decisions (with CourseMate and eBook Access Card), 7e, Bruton/White, Strategic Management of Technology and p.160 Innovation, International Edition, 2e, p.124 Building Management Skills, International Edition, p.61/p.79 D Business: An Introduction, Asia Edition, p.146 Business Analytics, 5e, p.150 Daft, Management with CB CourseSmart eBook, 11e, p.86 Business Communication (with Teams Handbook), 16e, p.135 Daft, Organization Theory and Design with CB CourseSmart Business Communication, 8e, p.131 eBook, 11e, p.73 Business Communication, 9e, p.132 Daft, The Leadership Experience, 6e, p.56 Business English (with MEGUFFEY.COM Printed Access Card), Daft/Marcic, Building Management Skills, International 11e, p.138 Edition, p.61/p.79 Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, p.18 Daft/Marcic, Understanding Management, 9e, p.76 Business Ethics, 10e, p.17 DeNisi/Griffin, HR 2.0 (with Career Transitions 2.0 Printed Business Ethics, 5e, International Edition, p.19 Access Card), 2e, p.26 Business Mathematics and Statistics, 7e, p.148 DeSimone/Werner, Human Resource Development, Business Research Methods, p.6 International Edition, 6e, p.34 Business Research Methods with CB CourseSmart eBook, 9e, p.5 186 www.cengageasia.com

189 Combined Author/Title Index Deitz/Southam, Contemporary Business Mathematics for Griffin, Management: Principles and Practices, International Colleges, International Edition (with Bind In Printed Access Edition, 11e, p.88 Card), 16e, p.149 Griffin/Moorhead, Organizational Behavior with CB de Wit, Strategy Synthesis, 4e, p.117 CourseSmart ebook, 11e, p.64 de Wit, Strategy, 5e, p.116 Griffin/Van Fleet, Management Skills, International Edition, Dissertation Skills, 2e, p.6 p.63/p.85 Diversity in Organizations, International Edition, 2e, p.7 Griseri/Seppala, Business Ethics and Corporate Social Dlabay/Burrow/Kleindl, Business: An Introduction, Asia Responsibility, p.18 Edition, p.146 Guffey/Du-Babcock, Essentials of Business Communication, Dowling/Festing/Engle, International Human Resource 2e, p.138 Management (with CourseMate and eBook Access Card), 6e, Guffey/Loewy, Business Communication, 8e, p.131 p.31 Guffey/Seefer, Business English (with MEGUFFEY.COM DuBrin, Management Essentials, International Edition, 9e, p.94 Printed Access Card), 11e, p.138 DuBrin, Principles of Leadership, International Edition, 7e, p.59 Gulati/Mayo/Nohria, Management with CB CourseSmart Duignan, Quantitative Methods for Business Research, p.158 ebook, p.83 Dyck/Neubert, Principles of Management, International Edition, p.97 H E HR 2.0 (with Career Transitions 2.0 Printed Access Card), 2e, p.26 Effective Human Relations, 12e, International Edition, p.21 Handfield/Monczka/Giunipero/Patterson, Sourcing and Effective Leadership, International Edition, 5e, p57 Supply Chain Management, International Edition, 5e, p.176 Effective Management, International Edition, 6e, p.80 Harrison/St. John, Foundations in Strategic Management, Essentials of Business Analytics, p.151 International Edition, 6e, p.111 Essentials of Business Communication, 2e, p.138 Hatten, Principles of Small Business Management, Essentials of Contemporary Business Statistics, International International Edition, 5e, p.104 Edition, 5e, p.161 Hashim, Strategic Management: Text & Cases, 2e, p.125 Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics (with Data Hegar, Modern Human Relations at Work, International Set Printed Access Card), 7e, p.152 Edition, 11e, p.24 Evans, Quality and Performance Excellence, International Hiduke, Small Business, 9e, International Edition, p.101 Edition, 7e, p.184 Hill/Jones/Schilling, Strategic Management: Theory & Cases, Evans/Lindsay, Managing for Quality and Performance 11e, p.110 Excellence, International Edition, 9e, p.183 Hill/Jones/Schilling, Strategic Management: Theory, 11e, p.109 Hitt/Ireland/Hoskisson, Strategic Management: Concepts and F Cases, 11e, p.107 Hitt/Ireland/Hoskisson, Strategic Management: Concepts, 11e, Family Business, International Edition, 4e, p.20 p.105 Ferrell/Fraedrich/Ferrell, Business Ethics, 10e, p.17 Holley/Jennings/Wolters, The Labor Relations Process, Ferrell/Thorne McAlister/Ferrell, Social Responsibility and International Edition, 10e, p.54 Business, International Edition, 4e, p.4 Hoskisson/Hitt/Ireland/Harrison, Competing for Advantage, Foundations in Strategic Management, International Edition, International Edition, 3e, p.119 6e, p.111 How 13, 13e, International Edition, p.133 Foundations of Business, 4e, p.144 Human Relations, International Edition, 7e, p.23 Francis/Mousley, Business Mathematics and Statistics, 7e, Human Resource Development for Effective Organizations, p.148 p.30 Frederick/OConnor/Kuratko, Entrepreneurship, 3e, p.10 Human Resource Development, International Edition, 6e, p.34 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, p.38 Human Resource Management Applications, 7e, Fundamentals of Management, International Edition, 7e, p.82 International Edition, p.39 Human Resource Management, 4e, p.39 Human Resource Management, 6e, p.35 G Human Resource Management, International Edition, p.27 GLOBAL (with Printed Access Card), 2e, p.46 Human Resource Management, International Edition, 11e, p.36 Gaspar/Arreola-Risa/Bierman/Hise, Introduction to Global Human Resource Management: An Asia Edition, p.43 Business, International Edition, p.45 Human Resource Management: Strategy and Practice, 8e, p.29I Generating the First Business Report, p.141 Gido/Clements, Successful Project Management, 6e, p.182 I Global Business with CB CourseSmart ebook, 3e, p.43 Global Strategic Management, International Edition, 3e, International Business, p.47 p.48/p.113 International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior, Gopinath/Siciliano, Strategize!, 4e, International Edition, p.115 International Edition, 5e, p.53/p.71 Griffin, Fundamentals of Management, International Edition, International Human Resource Management (with CourseMate 7e, p.82 and eBook Access Card), 6e, p.31 International Management, International Edition, p.49 www.cengageasia.com 187

190 Combined Author/Title Index Entreprenuership: Theory, Process, Practice with CB M CourseSmart ebook, 9e, p.8 Introduction to Global Business, International Edition, p.45 MGMT 7 (with CourseMate Printed Access Card), 7e, p.75 Introductory Business Statistics, International Edition (with Making Hard Decisions with DecisionTools, 3e, p.167 Bind In Printed Access Card), 7e, p.164 Making Prints on Cement, p.15 Ireland/Hoskisson/Hitt, Understanding Business Strategy Making Sweet Music, p.9 Concepts Plus, 3e, p.121 Management with CB CourseSmart ebook, p.83 Management Essentials, International Edition, 9e, p.94 J Management Fundamentals, 5e, International Edition, p.95 Management Science Modeling, International Edition (with Jones/Hill, Strategic Management Essentials, International Essential Textbook Resources Printed Access Card, Intl. Edition, 3e, p.120 Edition), 4e, p.169 Management Skills, International Edition, p.63/p.85 Management with CB CourseSmart eBook, 11e, p.86 K Management, 10e, International Edition, p.87 Management: Principles and Practices, International Edition, Keller, Managerial Statistics, Abbreviated International Edition 11e, p.88 (with Printed Access Card), 9e, p.163 Management, 4e, p.93 Keller, Statistics for Management and Economics, 10e, p155 Management, 5e, International Edition, p.100 Kelly/Williams, BUSN 7 (with CourseMate Printed Access Management, 7e, p.96 Card), 7e, p.142 Managerial Statistics: A Case-Based Approach, International Klibanoff/Sandroni/Moselle/Saraniti, Managerial Statistics: A Edition (with CD-ROM and Harvard Cases), p.165 Case-Based Approach, International Edition (with CD-ROM Managerial Statistics, Abbreviated International Edition (with and Harvard Cases), p.165 Printed Access Card), 9e, p.163 Kloppenborg, Contemporary Project Management (with Managing Human Resources with CB CourseSmart eBook, 16e, Microsoft Project Printed Access Card), 3e, p.180 p.32 Koh, Making Prints on Cement, p.15 Managing Supply Chains, 9e, International Edition, p.173 Koh, Making Sweet Music, p.9 Managing for Quality and Performance Excellence, Koh, PropNex, p.11 International Edition, 9e, p.183 Koh, SAKAE! Cooking up a Global Food Business, p.16 Mathis/Jackson, Human Resource Management, 6e, p.35 Koh, The Eu Yan Sang Way, p.13 McWilliams/Williams, Mgmt2, 2e, p.78 Koh, The Top Toast, p.15 Mello, Strategic Human Resource Management, 4e, p.25 Kuiper/Clippinger, Contemporary Business Reports, Mgmt2, 2e, p.78 International Edition, 5e, p.141 Mosley, Supervisory Management, 9e, p.126 Kuratko, Entreprenuership: Theory, Process, Practice with CB Military Leadership in the 21st Century, p.60 CourseSmart ebook, 9e, p.8 Modern Business Statistics with Microsoft Excel, 5e, p.153 Kuratko/Morris/Covin, Corporate Innovation & Modern Human Relations at Work, International Edition, 11e, Entrepreneurship, International Edition, 3e, p.13 p.24 Mohd Khairuddin Hashim, Strategic Management: Text & L Cases, 2e, p.125 Multinational Management, International Edition, 6e, p.50 Laasch, Principles Of Responsible Management, p.3 Lehman/DuFrene, BCOM 6 (with CourseMate Printed Access Card), 6e, p.130 N Lehman/DuFrene, Business Communication (with Teams Nankervis/Baird/Coffey/Shields, Human Resource Handbook), 16e, p.135 Management: Strategy and Practice, 8e, p.29 Lehman/DuFrene/Cameron-Dow/Barrett, Bcom: Asia Pacific Nelson/Quick, ORGB 4 (with CourseMate Printed Access Edition, p.134 Card), 4e, p.60 Leonard, Supervision, 12e, International Edition, p.127 Nelson/Quick/Wright/Adams, Orgb: Asia Pacific Edition, Lewis/Goodman/Fandt/Michlitsch, Management, 5e, p.68 International Edition, p.100 New Venture Creation, International Edition, 6e, p.11 Lim/Holley/Jennings/Wolters, The Labor Relations Process, Newman, Business Communication, 9e, p.132 p.53 Nkomo/Fottler/McAfee, Human Resource Management Lim/Mathis/Jackson, Human Resource Management: An Asia Applications, 7e, International Edition, p.39 Edition, p.43 Lim/Werner/DeSimone, Human Resource Development for Effective Organizations, p.30 O Longenecker/Petty/Palich/Hoy, Small Business Management, 17e, p.102 OM 4 (with Review Cards and Decision Sciences & Operations Lussier, Management Fundamentals, 5e, International Edition, Management CourseMate with eBook Printed Access Card), p.95 4e, p.174 Orgb: Asia Pacific Edition, p.68 ORGB 4 (with CourseMate Printed Access Card), 4e, p.60 188 www.cengageasia.com

191 Combined Author/Title Index Operations and Supply Chain Management, International S Edition, p.179 Organization Development and Change, 10e, p.72 SAKAE! Cooking up a Global Food Business, p.16 Organization Theory and Design with CB CourseSmart eBook, Samson/Daft, Management, 4e, p.93 11e, p.73 Schneiter Williams/Krizan/Logan/Merrier, Communicating in Organizational Behavior with CB CourseSmart ebook, 11e, p.64 Business, International Edition, 8e, p.137 Organizational Behavior, 2e, International Edition, p.65 Segal-Horn/Faulkner, Understanding Global Strategy, p.52 Selection in Human Resource Management, International P Edition, 7e, p.41 Selvanathan/Selvanathan/Keller, Business Statistics - Peng, GLOBAL (with Printed Access Card), 2e, p.46 Abridged, 6e, p.157 Peng, Global Business with CB CourseSmart ebook, 3e, p.43 Selvanathan/Selvanathan/Keller, Business Statistics, 6e, p.156 Peng, Global Strategic Management, International Edition, 3e, Singh/Pangarkar/Heracleous, Business Strategy in Asia, 4e, p.48/p.113 p.118 Peng/Meyer, International Business, p.47 Slocum/Hellriegel, Principles of Organizational Behavior, Phillips/Gully, Human Resource Management, International International Edition, 13e, p.69 Edition, p.27 Slocum/Jackson/Hellriegel, Competency-Based Management, Phillips/Gully, Organizational Behavior, 2e, International Edition, 11e, p.98 International Edition, p.65 Small Business, 9e, International Edition, p.101 Poza, Family Business, International Edition, 4e, p.20 Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship, 6e, p.105 Price, Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, p.38 Small Business Management, 17e, p.102 Price, Human Resource Management, 4e, p.39 Snell/Bohlander, Managing Human Resources with CB Pride/Hughes/Kapoor, Business, International Edition, 12e, CourseSmart eBook, 16e, p.32 p.145 Social Responsibility and Business, International Edition, 4e, p.4 Pride/Hughes/Kapoor, Foundations of Business, 4e, p.144 Sourcing and Supply Chain Management, International Edition, Principles of Leadership, International Edition, 7e, p.59 5e, p.176 Principles of Management, International Edition, p.97 Spreadsheet Modeling and Decision Analysis, 7e, p.166 Principles of Management, International Edition, 12e, p.90 Statistics for Business and Economics with CB CourseSmart Principles of Management, International Edition, 7e, p.91 ebook, 12e, p.158 Principles of Organizational Behavior, 8e, International Edition, Statistics for Management and Economics, 10e, p.155 p.67 Stokes/Wilson, Small Business Management and Principles of Organizational Behavior, International Edition, 13e, Entrepreneurship, 6e, p.105 p.69 Strategic Human Resource Management, 4e, p.25 Principles of Small Business Management, International Strategic Management, p.177 Edition, 5e, p.104 Strategic Management Communication for Leaders, 3e, p.140 PropNex, p.11 Strategic Management Essentials, International Edition, 3e, Principles Of Responsible Management, p.3 p.120 Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, 6e, p.172 Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation, International Edition, 2e, p.124 Strategic Management: Text & Cases, 2e, p.125 Q Strategic Management, 7e, p.114 Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases, 11e, p.107 Quality and Performance Excellence, International Edition, 7e, Strategic Management: Concepts, 11e, p.105 p.184 Strategic Management: Theory & Cases, 11e, p.110 Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions (with Strategic Management: Theory, 11e, p.109 CourseMate and eBook Access Card), 7e, p.160 Strategic Management: Competitiveness & Globalization: Quantitative Methods for Business Research, p.158 Concepts & Cases, p.123 Quantitative Methods for Business, International Edition (with Strategize!, 4e, International Edition, p.115 Printed Access Card), 12e, p.168 Strategy Synthesis, 4e, p.117 Quick/Nelson, Principles of Organizational Behavior, 8e, Strategy, 5e, p.116 International Edition, p.67 Successful Project Management, 6e, p.182 Quinlan, Business Research Methods, p.6 Supervision, 12e, International Edition, p.127 Supervisory Management, 9e, p.126 R Supervision, International Edition, p.128 Supply Chain Focused Manufacturing Planning and Control, Ragsdale, Spreadsheet Modeling and Decision Analysis, 7e, p.172 p.166 Supply Chain Management, 3e, International Edition, p.177 Reece, Human Relations, International Edition, 7e, p.23 Reece/Reece, Effective Human Relations, 12e, International Edition, p.21 T The Eu Yan Sang Way, p.13 The Labor Relations Process, p.53 The Labor Relations Process, International Edition, 10e, p.54 www.cengageasia.com 189

192 Combined Author/Title Index The Leadership Experience, 6e, p.56 The Top Toast, p.15 Thompson/Scott/Martin, Strategic Management, 7e, p.114 Transportation, 7e, p.178 U Understanding Business Strategy Concepts Plus, 3e, p.121 Understanding Global Strategy, p.52 Understanding Management, 9e, p.76 V van Weele, Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, 6e, p.172 VBA for Modelers, 4e, International Edition, p.170 Verma/Boyer, Operations and Supply Chain Management, International Edition, p.179 Volberda, Strategic Management: Competitiveness & Globalization: Concepts & Cases, p.123 W Walker, Strategic Management Communication for Leaders, 3e, p.140 Weiers, Introductory Business Statistics, International Edition (with Bind In Printed Access Card), 7e, p.164 Weiss, Business Ethics, 5e, International Edition, p.19 Werner/Schuler/Jackson, Human Resource Management, International Edition, 11e, p.36 White/Rayner, Dissertation Skills, 2e, p.6 WHS, 3e, p.37 Williams, Effective Management, International Edition, 6e, p.80 Williams, MGMT 7 (with CourseMate Printed Access Card), 7e, p.75 Williams, Principles of Management, International Edition, 7e, p.91 Williams/Sweeney/Anderson, Essentials of Contemporary Business Statistics, International Edition, 5e, p.161 Wisner/Tan/Leong, Supply Chain Management, 3e, International Edition, p.177 Witcher/Chau, Strategic Management: Principles & Practice (with CourseMate and eBook Access Card), 2e, p.115 Wong, Generating the First Business Report, p.141 Z Zikmund/Babin/Carr/Griffin, Business Research Methods with CB CourseSmart eBook, 9e, p.5 190 www.cengageasia.com

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You can view scatterplot charts correlating your students' performance with engagement, time spent in the course, or activities opened. These can both indicate overall class performance and help you identify students whose performance is significantly above or below the average or not correlated with other factors.

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See how Cengage Group compares to similar products. Cengage Group's top competitors include Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, McGraw-Hill, and Civitas Learning.

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Cengage and McGraw-Hill remained separate companies during the merger process, so cancelling the merger did not visibly change their operations.

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What is the rank of Cengage? ›

Cengage Learning Ranks 3rd in Overall Culture Score.

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Best known for accurate and authoritative reference content as well as intelligent organization of full-text magazine and newspaper articles, Gale publishes learning resources in a variety of formats including Web portals, digital archives, print, and e-books.

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Textbook publisher McGraw-Hill will rewrite a section in one of its books after a Houston-area mother complained that it whitewashes the role of slavery in bringing Africans to America.

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The company was founded by James H. McGraw and John A. Hill in 1888 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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McGraw Hill is an American publishing company for educational content, software, and services for pre-K through postgraduate education. It is one of the "big three" educational publishers along with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and Pearson Education.

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Stephen King | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster.

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Access codes come in many formats: Most codes registered on Cengage.com or within your school's Learning Management System look like this: PP1B2C3D4F5G6H.

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A code that verifies purchase of a specific digital product such as course access or a Cengage Unlimited subscription. The access code might be included with a textbook purchase or purchased from a bookstore or other retailer.

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You are eligible for free Cengage Unlimited access if your school has been affected by COVID-19.
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Your students can complete their coursework in MindTap. At the publisher's discretion, they might also have access to the eBook for your class, if one is available. Each time your students access your class, they will be reminded to purchase access or enter their access code. No payment method is required.

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