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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Liz Fulop, Stephen Linstead
    Pages 1-13
  3. Liz Fulop, William D. Rifkin
    Pages 14-47
  4. Joanna Brewis, Stephen Linstead
    Pages 48-81
  5. Stephen Linstead
    Pages 82-121
  6. Liz Fulop, Stephen Linstead, Faye Frith
    Pages 122-158
  7. Liz Fulop, Stephen Linstead
    Pages 159-206
  8. Graham Sewell, Liz Fulop, Stephen Linstead, William D. Rifkin
    Pages 207-251
  9. Liz Fulop, Stephen Linstead
    Pages 252-294
  10. Liz Fulop, Stephen Linstead, Rodney J. Clarke
    Pages 295-334
  11. Robin Snell
    Pages 335-363
  12. Michael Browne, Bobby Banerjee, Liz Fulop, Stephen Linstead
    Pages 364-413
  13. Ewa Buttery, Liz Fulop, Alan Buttery
    Pages 414-463
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 464-472

About this book

Introduction

This book identifies the major issues that managers need to understand and respond to in the context of dramatic changes in the world economy. Developments in terms of international competition, economic deregulation, industrial restructuring and technological transformation are necessitating a rethinking of management and are posing major challenges to conventional ideas of leadership and managing strategic change.
This book presents students and practising managers with new, exciting and creative ways of thinking and learning about management. In the twenty-first century, managers will need to be proactive and flexible, sensitive to a wide range of issues and concerns, critical of their own and others' assumptions and behaviours, and above all, committed to continuous learning. This book will help them get there.

Keywords

management Motivation organization

Authors and affiliations

  • Liz Fulop
    • 1
  • Stephen Linstead
    • 2
  1. 1.University of WollongongAustralia
  2. 2.University of SunderlandUK

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