Statistics and Probability (Printed Textbook)
The course descriptions of Business Organization and Management vary from school to school. But it is hoped that through this book, which is designed as a beginner's course in business management, the minimum requirements of such descriptions will at least be met.
This book presents theories and principles relating to organization and management. The first four chapters deal with the following topics: an overview of management and organization; business and its environment; ethics and social responsibility; and the forms of business ownership. The rest of the chapters deal with the various functions of management. Whenever feasible, examples are provided.
Suggested items for mini-research are also included to provided to provide teachers and students with guides to research topics. Each chapter is also provided with a mini-case to expose the students to the rudiments of problem-solving and decision-making. Questions for review and discussion are provided at the end of each chapter, followed by exercises to check the student's progress.
By and large, this book attempts to provide an alternative textbook and reference for those who intend to know the basics of managing a business enterprise.
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