U.S. management seems to have fallen behind in its competition with managements in other countries. This book identifies the nature of the managerial problem--key oversights in managing crucial resources--and gives specific guidelines for identifyinf internal and external resources and maximizing these resources for the overall benefit of the firm.
Conversational in style and rich in application and discussion, Family Resource Management shows students how to apply knowledge and theory to the study of how families manage their resources for both survival and fulfillment. Multiple perspectives are used to broaden the base of understanding in a contemporary environment. The book unlocks the complexity of family decision making, enabling students to grasp both the concepts and the underlying explanations of family behavior. A strong theory base and the organization of material within the decision-making process framework facilitate understanding and retention. The Third Edition has been enhanced through surveys of educational professionals and extensive research of contemporary challenges emerging post 2008 recession and the 2016 election.
Basic Human Resource Management Book 1 is the First Book of Trilogy of The Basic of Human Resource Management book. This book teaches how to manage Human Resources from basic to advanced in the three-book series The Basic of Human Resource Management. There are three books published in stages in the trilogy series The Basic Of Human Resource Management Book. In this first book, it is discussed in detail about 5 main and fundamental things in managing humans, namely. 1. Human Resource Management 2. Human Resource Management 3. The Role of the Human Resources Function 4. The Role of Human Resources Practitioners 5. The Role of Front Line Managers The five discussions are the basis for managing human or human resources in organizations and companies
This book will serve as a readable introduction to ecological modeling for people involved in resource management and will also review models for specific applications of interest to more experienced modelers. Successful uses of ecological models as well as discussions of important issues in modeling are addressed. The authors of this volume hope to close the gap between the state of the art in ecological modeling and the state of the practice in the use of models in management decision making.