Modern Management: Theory and Practice for Students in Ireland (Fifth Edition)
Traces the history of management thought, examines the development of Irish industrial policy and business charts the current global business environment and the context in which managers and organisations operate.
- Details the core managerial roles of planning, decision making, organising, motivating, leading and controlling.
- Includes illustrative examples and case vignettes throughout
- Offers practical information and examples on how to apply management theory in a changing and challenging work environment
- Encourages further exploration of the core principles covered in the text by including relevant links that provide up-to-date information.
Each chapter contains: detailed learning objectives a summary of key propositions discussion questions vignettes and best practice examples, reflecting today’s workplace in a variety of industries and sectors a case study based on the key concepts covered in the chapter.
ESSENTIAL READING FOR: management courses at diploma or degree level, and professional examinations with a management module.
|Author||Siobhán Tiernan & Michael J. Morley|
|Publisher||Institute of Public Administration|
|Publication date||9 Sep 2019|