Developing Management Skills by Baldwin/Bommer/Rubin distinguishes itself by exclusively focusing on teaching relevant skills, its learner-centered writing and its evidence-based foundation. This texts problem-based approach draws students in with several fundamental and specific questions or challenges in the Manage What? feature opening every chapter. The learner-centered writing style and the focus on the actual skills that matter to career success as well as the chapter ending Tool Kits make this text a keeper.

Key Features:-

  • Focus on teaching relevant skills, and only those skills.--The goal of this text is to focus on thos
  • These skills include a full range of personal, interpersonal and organizational knowledge and compet
  • Manage What? Evident of its problem-based approach, every chapter opens with the Manage What? featur
  • Learner-centered Baldwin covers all the essentials in learner-centered format composed of short bite
  • Management Live In addition to the examples sprinkled liberally within the text, Management Live box
  • Tool Kits To support students application of skills covered in the chapter, Tool Kits at the end of

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2012