Effective Management: A Multimedia Approach

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South-Western, 2002 - Business & Economics - 680 pages
Effective Management combines the solid academic presentation of a textbook with the most extensive multimedia learning package available. Williams presents management as it is practiced today through a unique story-telling approach and organization that explains management theory in terms any learner can understand. Integrated throughout the text is "Experiencing Management," an award-winning collection of on-line modules that reinforce key concepts. In addition, a rich learning support package includes a Study Aid audio CD, a multimedia CD-ROM, and InfoTrac College Edition, creating the most extensive student learning package available.

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Chuck Williams is Dean of the College of Business at Butler University. Dr. Williams previously served as Dean of the Eberhardt School of Business at the University of the Pacific and as Associate Professor of Management at the M.J. Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University. Dr. Williams has also served as Associate Dean and Chair of Management and has taught at Michigan State University and Oklahoma State University. Dr. Williams received his B.A. in psychology from Valparaiso University. He specialized in organizational behavior, human resources, and strategic management while earning his M.B.A and Ph.D. in business administration from Michigan State University. His research interests include employee recruitment and turnover, performance appraisal, and employee training and goal setting. Dr. Williams has published research in the JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, the ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW, PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY, and the ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH METHODS JOURNAL. He was a member of the JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT's editorial board and currently serves as a reviewer for numerous other academic journals. He was also Webmaster for the Research Methods Division of the Academy of Management.

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