Management Was, Is and Always Will Be the Same Thing: the Art of Getting Things Done.

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|PART ONE | |
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|CHAPTER | |ONE | |
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|Introduction |1 | |
|to Management
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At the close of the chapter, text | |
| |authors Robbins and Coulter discuss the universality of management | |
| |in a global business environment. Students learn that they will | |
| |have an opportunity in this course to develop management skills | |
| |that are universally valuable to all organizations. | |

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|ANNOTATED OUTLINE | |

1. INTRODUCTION TO CHAPTER ONE Chapter One introduces the concepts of management, managers, and organizations through the exploration of five major questions: A. Who are managers? B. What is management? C. What do managers do? D. What is an organization, and how is the concept of an organization changing? E. Why study management?

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