Mastering Human Resources Management
Kelvin Cheatle, 2001This book is a detailed yet easy-to-read guide to matters concerning the day-to-day issues of managing staff. It includes information on recent UK and European legislation and case law, a reference approach for understanding employment law, and has review checklists, diagrams, assignments and questions to reinforce learning and understanding
Mastering International Trade
Chris Marshall, 2003This book is a practical and accessible introduction to importing and exporting. It provides a logical guide to the processes involved in developing an effective export-marketing plan, explaining the basic procedures that ensure success in the global marketplace. Topics covered include marketing, business finance, contract law in an international context, the internet, and payment
Mastering Management Skills
Richard Pettinger, 2001A comprehensive introduction to the practical application of management theory. It addresses the common and universal problems of integrity, leadership, presentation and motivation. It uses examples from all spheres of activity to illustrate managerial experience, thus making a direct link between theory, application and practice
Mastering Organisational Behaviour
Richard Pettinger, 2000This is an accessible guide to Organisational behaviour, the action and interaction of people in restricted or organised settings, helping you to understand the principles that govern human behaviour. It includes features of leadership and motivation, and examines the impact of technological and social change on working life
Mastering Strategic Management
Tim Hannagan, 2002This is a clear, interesting and practical guide for those studying Business and Management. It explores the complex issues faced by managers today, providing an easy-to-read understanding of strategic management and its importance to the success of a wide range of businesses in the private, public and voluntary sectors. It focuses on the key processes of planning and developing strategy, gaining a competitive advantage, creating core competancies, building strategic marketing and managing strategic change
Mastering the Business Environment
Roger Cartwright, 2001This book is for all students on business or management-related courses and for anyone involved in the decisions-making process and business planning within an organisaton. It examines and explores the interrelationship between the external influences that affect all organiusations: social, political, economic, cultural, technological,aesthetic, customer, legal, environmental, and sectoral
New International Business English
Leo Jones & Richard Alexander, 1996New International Business English is a thoroughly revised and redesigned new edition of the highly successful course International Business English. While maintaining the first edition's flexible learner-centred approach for people who need English in their day-to-day work, New International Business is now easier to use and even more effective in the way it addresses the key Business English language skills such as telephoning, socializing and taking part in meetings. The key features of the new edition are: - bright, open design at large format, and in colour for the Student's Book. - shorter, more manageable units. New International Business English is a genuine 90 hour course. - a new unit on Negotiating.
Test Your Professional English - Accounting
Alison Pohl, 2002This book contains 60 clear and simple tests for students and professionals. The book is organised into 8 sections and covers over 500 key words and expressions in areas such as financial statements, costing, planning and control, and decision-making.
Test Your Professional English - Business: General
Steve Flinders, 2002This book contains 60 clear and simple tests for business students and professionals who use English in their work. The book is organised into 8 sections and covers over 500 key words and expressions in areas such as marketing, finance, human resources, computing, meetings, presentations and business travel
Test Your Professional English - Business: Intermediate
Steve Flinders, 2002This book contains 60 clear and simple tests for business students and professionals who use English in their work. The book is organised into 8 sections and covers over 500 key words and expressions in areas such as business strategy, project management, business jargon, meetings, presentations, the Internet and business culture
Test Your Professional English - Finance
Simon Sweeney, 2002This book contains 60 clear and simple tests for students and professionals in the world of finance. The book is organised in to 8 sections and covers over 500 key words and expressions in areas such as financial planning, managing company finances, banking and insurance, and investment
Test Your Professional English - Management
Simon Sweeney, 2002This book contains 60 clear and simple tests for management students and professionals. The book is organised into 8 sections and covers over 500 key words and expressions in areas such as management styles, team-building, organizational culture, managing change, management control and systems management, and international management
Test Your Professional English - Marketing
Simon Sweeney, 2002This book contains 60 clear and simple tests for students and professionals. The book is organised into 8 sections and covers over 500 key words and expressions in areas such as product management, pricing, promotion, market research, plannning and international marketing
The Business Advanced Student's Book
Allison, J., 2009The Business is a major new course for the next generation of business leaders. Initial research into the development of the course looked at university syllabi from over 14 countries and developed The Business syallabus to better reflect business students' needs. Each unit is divided into 6 modules- business knowledge, vocabulary, grammar, writing, speaking and case study. Its modularity allows you to choose a learning path which will complement your academic syllabus.
Words at Work - Vocabulary Development for Business English
David Horner & Peter Strutt, 1996Words at Work offers vocabulary development for learners who want to use English more effectively in their working lives. The 17 topic-based units cover a wide variety of business themes and include useful learning tips.
Management Gurus (Penguin Readers 4)
David Evans, 2000From the factory and the boardroom to governments, schools and hospitals, management ideas influence almost every aspect of our lives. But what is the job of a manager? Is business really about people or profit? And is management an art or a science? An introduction to the main ideas of management through the lives of some of the most important thinkers in the history of business including Frederick Taylor, Alfred Sloan, Peter Drucker and Tom Peters.
Women in Business (Penguin 4)
David Evans, 2001At the beginning of the twentieth century, the idea of women in business seemed strange. Today more and more women are reaching the top of business life. This book tells the business stories of five very different women: Coco Chanel, Hanae Mori, Anita Roddick, Oprah Winfrey and Madonna. As well as providing listening and reading practice at intermediate level, listening the the cassette while reading can help to improve pronunciation by recognising the features of spoken English in relation to the written text.
Oxford Business English - Grammar and Practice
Michael Duckworth, 2002Many business or professional courses in Business English have to focus on specific skills and language terms. They are unable to cover all the basic grammatical areas that more general courses can cover. Grammar and Practice fills this gap by dealing with the most common language problems that students will meet at this level, and by providing practice that may be used by the teacher in class or by the student for homework or self-study. This book is intended for students of business English.
Leading and Building a Culture of Integrity: Does Corporate Culture Rest on Regulation or Core Values?
Peter Neville LewisDiploma Lecture 2012
Professor Harold J CookDiploma 2009