This chapter will introduce readers to the course and explain the key points and themes of management.
Chapter 2 analyzes the characteristics of organizational structure and what factors into structuring businesses.
This chapter explains the importance of teamwork and motivation, and how to develop them within an organization.
This chapter explains the concept of business ethics, and the importance of ethics in organizational management.
This chapter discusses the role that competition plays in doing business, as well as the forces that create the competitive environment.
This chapter explains what kind of market structures exist and how they affect consumers and competitors.
This chapter provides readers with an understanding of different ways to analyze information in order to form an effective business strategy.
This chapter looks at some of the reasons and motivators behind managerial decision making, as well as the ways managers ultimately reach decisions.
University of Minnesota professor Norman Bowie discusses the ideas behind business ethics.
This concept explains how managers can use ethical theory to solve dilemmas.
This concept discusses how managers can teach the importance of ethics to their employees.
Concept 4 explains some of the ways businesses are bound by ethics.
This concept introduces "public goods", and discusses their costs and benefits.
This concept defines externalities and explains how they affect business.
This concept discusses the ways in which corporate responsibility affects all interested parties.
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