Small Business Management
This market leading text places you in the role of decision maker, allowing you to immediately apply what you’ve learned to current challenges in today’s small businesses. The book’s thorough emphasis on building business plans ensures that you can effectively create, manage, and analyze a plan for your own venture. Unforgettable examples, exciting video cases, and coverage of the most current developments in business management today keep this engaging text as current and practical now as it was when it led the market in its first edition 50 years ago. Each edition builds upon past strengths with new innovations and breakthrough developments.
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: LAUNCHING AND GROWING ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES, 17E offers the insights and practical principles that you’ll reference again and again throughout your business career.
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"I really enjoyed reviewing the text. I like having input on how the text that I utilize is designed. So far, the students seem to like this text. They really enjoy the real-life examples. The examples give them hope that they can start a business too.""3 Strongest chapters: Chapter 1. Good stories for getting the student's interest Chapter 5: The Family Business. This is a common business model and was very relevant to some of my students. Chapter 6: The Business Plan: Because of the plan's importance to the success of a business."
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|Supported Devices||Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.|
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- PDF | 736 pages
- Leslie Palich(Author) Frank Hoy(Author) Justin Longenecker(Author) J. Petty(Author)&1more
- South-Western College Pub; 17 edition (26 Sept. 2013)
- Business, Finance & Law
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