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Management

This guide will help students with management research.

Best bets for management students

New books on management topics

The Business of People

The book will assist you to develop and support yourself with your people leadership, knowledge, and skills. It is an opportunity to better manage yourself and lead others, including your organization, into the modern volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous world.

Strategic Security Management

This book offers a framework to look at applying security analysis and theory into practice for effective security program, implementation, management and evaluation.

Data Analytics in Project Management

This book provides guidance by showing tools, methods, techniques and lessons learned on how to better utilize the data gathered from the projects.

Advances in the Technology of Managing People

Using a combination of research study results, case studies, literature reviews, and conceptual papers, the book examines contemporary issues and emerging trends within management technology.

Business Data Science: Combining Machine Learning and Economics to Optimize, Automate, and Accelerate Business Decisions

Use machine learning to understand your customers, frame decisions, and drive value. Business Data Science takes you through the steps of using machine learning to implement best-in-class business data science.

The Diversity Bonus

How businesses and other organizations can improve their performance by tapping the power of differences in how people think, The Diversity Bonus shows how and why.

Sustainability Is the New Advantage

"Sustainability Is the New Advantage" identifies the skill sets, best practices, and new ideas needed to teach a new generation to start, grow, and manage sustainable organizations.

Business Ethics

As business and society is an inherently multi-disciplinary scholarly area, the book series will draw from work in areas outside of business and management, such as psychology, sociology, philosophy, religious studies, economics and other related fields, as well as the natural sciences, education and other professional areas of study.

Skills Management

Managing skills is at the core of Human Resources Management. Skills Management examines how skills can be analyzed at the individual and collective levels, and investigates the focus on different types of skills - including technical, soft, learning, leadership and emotional skills.