A new approach to learning the principles of management, MGMT 3 is the third Asia–Pacific edition of a proven, innovative solution to enhance the learning experience. Concise yet complete coverage supported by a suite of online learning aids equips students with the tools required to successfully undertake an introductory management course.
Paving a new way to both teach and learn, MGMT 3 is designed to truly connect with today's busy, tech-savvy student. Students have access to online interactive quizzing, videos, podcasts, flashcards, case studies, games and more. An accessible, easy-to-read text along with tear out review cards completes a package which helps students to learn important concepts faster.
MGMT 3 delivers a fresh approach to give students what they need and want in a text.
New to the Edition
About the Authors
- NEW Addition of a concept summary page at the end of every part to link the learning objectives with Management graduate attributes
- NEW Graduate Attributes (GAs) such as critical thinking, social responsibility, communication, analysis, judgement are integrated in the text
- New contributing author
is a Professor of Management in the Andre B. Lacy School of Business, formerly known as the College of Business, at Butler University. Dr. Williams previously served as Dean of the College of Business at Butler University, Dean of Eberhardt School of Business at the University of the Pacific, and 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 BA in psychology from Valparaiso University. He specialized in organizational behaviour, human resources, and strategic management while earning his MBA and PhD 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.
is a Lecturer in the College of Business at Victoria University, where he teaches the 1st year Management course. In academia since 1990, Alan previously worked in various management and HR roles in hospitality and within the Tasmanian State Public Service. Alan’s research interests include team based organisations, employee relations management and management issues within the hospitality and events industries. Alan has published in numerous refereed journals and has presented at a variety of discipline-related conferences. Alan is currently undertaking his PhD at Monash University. His teaching awards include Carrick Australia Award for University Teaching 2007: Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning; Vice Chancellors citation for outstanding contribution to student learning 2006 and a Vice Chancellors Award for programs which enhance the student experience 2006 This will be Alan’s third edition of MGMT.
is VU’s unit coordinator for BMO1102 Management and Organisation Behaviour, as well as BMO1192 Business Communication. He has a long teaching and coordinating history, dating back to Monash Clayton in 1995. His teaching includes Business Communication, Managing the Service Organisation, Business Ethics, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, International Management, Organisational Change and Development, as well as “Professional Development” units. Rob brings much teaching experience to the project. He holds a BA (Economics) from Deakin University 1992, a Management Certificate, Monash Graduate School of Management 1989, Cert IV Assessment and Training, Victoria University 2002 and has also studied law and languages. Prior to joining academia, Rob held a variety of positions in Commonwealth (1968-1982) and State (Victorian) Government including Ministerial Advisor, Speechwriter, Project Director, Principal Executive Officer in employment, industrial relations, consumer affairs and transport fields. He was also Learning and Development Manager (Vic/Tas) for the Australian Public Service Commission from 2001-2003.