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An Introduction to Management Studies - Based on the St Gallen Management Model - cover

An Introduction to Management Studies - Based on the St Gallen Management Model

Thomas Bieger, Samuel Heer, Simon Kuster, Harald Tuckermann

Publisher: utb.

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Der Tradition des St. Galler Management-Modelld folgend wird in diesem Lehrbuch Management als Funktion und Tätigkeit behandelt. Dabei werden zentrale Konzepte des Managements, der Entscheidungstheorie, der Strategie, der Führung, der Organisation und der Governance aufgegriffen. Im Vordergrund stehen zentrale Spannungsfelder des Managements und die Vermittlung modellhafter Überblicke.

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