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management leadership project management management a problem-based approach a concise introduction bennet p lientz ucla anderson school of management usa ‘this extremely useful handbook offers a definitive list of issues extracted from a database of project problems a unique resource for project managers looking to address project problems improve their practice and deliver’ darren dalcher professor director of the national centre for project management uk an ideal course text that helps students to identify manage and solve problems that arise during the lifecycle of projects this problem-based approach encourages students to develop analytical and problem-solving skills and to get a more complete understanding of the factors that contribute to project success 528pp paperback ebook october 2012 9780230348493 £43.99 ic web richard pettinger university college london uk ’pettinger has captured the essentials of organisations and management studies in this

quantitative methods for business management and finance 4th edition the practice of statistics for business and economics 3rd edition david s moore george p mccabe and bruce craig all at purdue university usa layth alwan university of wisconsinmilwaukee usa and william m duckworth creighton university usa louise swift and sally piff both at university of east anglia uk quantitative methods is a comprehensive guide to the techniques any student of business or finance is likely to need the authors’ highly successful learningby-doing approach coupled with the clear structure of the text make the acquisition of essential mathematical skills achievable and even enjoyable contents part i essential maths • numbers and symbols • simplifying expressions • solving problems • modelling using straight lines • part ii more maths • some special equations • modelling using curves • rates of change • part iii describing data •

management work and organisations series human resource development strategy and human resource management workers and labour in a globalised capitalism practices and orthodoxies 3rd edition contemporary themes and theoretical issues edited by john walton london metropolitan university uk and claire valentin university of edinburgh uk ‘this book provides an excellent read for students studying hrd and provides opportunities to stretch and develop those with enquiring minds.’ fiona robson senior lecturer in organisation and hrm northumbria university uk ‘ this text is a timely contribution for students teachers and practitioners in the field.’ karin mathison university of tasmania australia the book brings together international experts in human resource development to critically reexamine some central contemporary concepts and practices in the subject peter boxall university of auckland new zealand and john purcell warwick university uk ‘this is a

the realities of work experiencing work and employment in contemporary society labour relations 4th edition frank burchill university of tasmania australia 4th edition mike noon queen mary university of london uk paul blyton cardiff university uk and kevin morrell university of warwick uk ‘this book is indispensable for students who wish to develop a detailed understanding of contemporary workplace settings it has an impressive comprehensive scope and its thematic organisation systematically dissects key debates about the changing nature of working-life at the same time its accessible prose entertaining examples and cogent suggestions for activities and discussions make it an invaluable resource for educators who wish to convey the realities of worker experiences to their students in short this book should be a core text within all programmes of study that include industrial relations hrm and work organisation as core subject areas.’ steve vincent professor newcastle

critical perspectives on work and employment series comparative political economy of work body/sex/work are bad jobs inevitable intimate embodied and sexualised labour trends determinants and responses to job quality in the twenty-first century edited by carol wolkowitz university of warwick uk rachel lara cohen city university uk teela sanders and kate hardy both at university of leeds uk edited by marco hauptmeier cardiff university uk and matt vidal kings college london uk an edited book in the critical perspectives on work and employment series associated with the annual international labour process conference the book focuses on comparative work and employment relations research conducted within a broader political economy framework written by leading academics it contains cutting-edge research contents part i systematic problems of advanced capitalism part ii national institutions • part iii within country diversity • part iv international organizations and

principles of retailing 2nd edition rosemary varley huddersfield university uk and mohammed rafiq university of loughborough uk small business marketing 2nd edition ian chaston plymouth business school uk and unitec auckland new zealand ‘this book provides students and practitioners with an innovative perspective on small business marketing and is a robust addition to this growing body of knowledge it is an excellent up-to-date and comprehensively structured text that covers both traditional and contemporary issues on the subject admirably clearly it brings theory and practice of small business marketing together.’ ayantunji gbadamosi university of east london uk principles of retailing is a comprehensive academic text which takes a uk and european perspective it is ideal for both undergraduates and postgraduates studying retailing as part of a retailing marketing or business degree contents part i the retail industry and its environment • introduction to

communication across cultures edited by elizabeth christopher honorary associate of macquarie university australia communicating across cultures at work managing cross-cultural communication 3rd edition principles and practice maureen guirdham formerly director mba programme city university uk ‘this book is both academically informed and superbly written a ‘must-read’ for anyone studying researching or teaching communication across cultures it provides a revealing and clear snapshot of how organisations really work across cultures and around the planet grounded in research and rich with in-depth case studies this book delivers masterful analysis woven through engaging narrative.’ siew mee barton deakin university australia ‘this is an impressively thorough update of an already excellent textbook it provides a practical but unfailingly well-researched overview of the major areas of intercultural and multicultural business communication in such a way

an introduction to information systems david whiteley formerly of manchester metropolitan university uk ’the clarity will hit the market it is aimed at it is a very well written and constructed book it is not overly technical the language is appropriate and provides the reader with a clear understanding of the topic discussed i will be recommending this book it will meet the requirements of my students very well.’ alistair beere liverpool john moores university uk ’the approach is good and suitable for my students who do not have a strong computer science/maths background it doesn’t make assumptions about how much background knowledge they have very strong information well explained and detailed not much left out at all in the topics a good coverage of the necessary content with engaging easy to understand case studies.’ marie-louise van der klooster deakin university australia a clear student-friendly and engaging introduction to how

technology entrepreneurship brining innovation to the marketplace corporate entrepreneurship innovation and strategy in large organizations 3rd edition natasha evers james cunningham both at national university of ireland republic of ireland and thomas hoholm norwegian school of management norway integrating theory and practice this book provides students with the knowledge skills and practical approaches needed to deal with the challenges involved in managing commercialising and marketing technological innovation and new business development contents part i innovation entrepreneurship and policy • part ii creating protecting and managing technology and innovation • part iii market opportunity and strategy • part iv growing and managing the new venture 320pp paperback new december 2013 9781137020109 £29.99 ic web paul burns university of bedfordshire business school uk ‘this book offers a detailed coverage of research into corporate entrepreneurship in

public finance and public policy personal finance 2nd edition 4th edition edited by george callaghan ian fribbance and martin higginson all at the open university uk jonathan gruber massachusetts institute of technology usa its innovative approach of distilling important but complex concepts into a useable form and relating them to actual experience make it a ‘must have’ book for anybody that wants their money to work as hard as they do a full table of contents is available at www.palgrave.com contents contributors • setting the context a.shipman • income g.callaghan • expenditure and budgeting m.higginson • debt m.upton • savings and investments j.lowe j.rutterford • housing and the financial balance sheet g.callaghan i.fribbance • pensions j.lowe • sharing and caring s.himmelweit • insurance and life events i.fribbance • personal finance the changing context g.callaghan m.higginson 700pp hardback 472pp

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