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Business Management Workbook for the 3rd Edition

£24.99 £22.49

Author: Paul Hoang
Author(s):
ISBN-13: 9780992522476
ISBN-10: 0992522471
Edition: 2nd Edition
Publisher: IBID Press
Publication Date:
Format: Paperback
Pages: 245

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Description

The IB Business Management Workbook for the 3rd Edition can be used as end-of-topic reviews throughout the two-year course or as a revision tool prior to examinations.

The book contains:

  • cloze ‘fill-in-the-blank’ tasks
  • key terms
  • concepts quizzes
  • short-answer examination-style questions and multiple-choice questions.

For teachers, the Workbook can help reduce lesson planning time. For students, it can be used to promote independent learning both in and out of the classroom. The accompanying Solutions Guide to the Workbook can be used for self, peer or teacher marking.

Please note: This 2nd Edition Business Management Workbook accompanies the 3rd Edition Business Management textbook for the new Business Management course (first exams 2016).

About the Author

Paul Hoang teaches in Hong Kong where he is currently an Assistant Principal. He is an IB examiner, with paper setting experience, and a Workshop Leader for the IB Diploma programme in Business Management. Paul is also author of the best-selling textbook for the course, Business Management, for use with the IB Diploma Programme.

Business Management Workbook for the 3rd Edition – Contents

Section 1 Business organisation and environment

1.1 Introduction to Business Management

1.2 Types of organisations

1.3 Organisational objectives

1.4 Stakeholders

1.5 External environment

1.6 Growth and evolution

1.7 Organisational planning tools (HL only)

 

Section 2 Human resource management

2.1 Functions and evolution of human resource management

2.2 Organisational structure

2.3 Leadership and management

2.4 Motivation

2.5 Organisation and corporate culture (HL only)

2.6 Industrial and employee relations (HL only)

 

Section 3 Finance and accounts

3.1 Sources of finance

3.2 Costs and revenues

3.3 Break-even analysis

3.4 Final accounts

3.5 Profitability and ratio analysis

3.6 Efficiency ratio analysis

3.7 Cash flow

3.8 Investment appraisal

3.9 Budgets (HL only)

 

Section 4 Marketing

4.1 The role of marketing

4.2 Marketing planning

4.3 Sales forecasting (HL only)

4.4 Market research

4.5 The 4 P’s

4.6 The extended marketing mix (HL only)

4.7 International marketing

4.8 E-commerce

 

Section 5 Operations management

5.1 The role of operations management

5.2 Production methods

5.3 Lean production and quality management (HL only)

5.4 Location

5.5 Production planning (HL only)

5.6 Research and development (HL only)

5.7 Crisis management and contingency planning (HL only)

Additional information

Weight 1 kg