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by Stephen P Robbins

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ISBN:
0135511445
Author:
Stephen P Robbins
Category:
Management & Leadership
Language:
English
Publisher:
Prentice-Hall; 2nd edition (1988)
Pages:
715 pages
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1617 kb
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1813 kb
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1129 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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702


Stephen P. Robbins received his P. from the University of Arizona

Stephen P. from the University of Arizona. He previously worked for Shell Oil Company and Reynolds Metals Company and has taught at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Concordia University in Montreal, the University of Baltimore, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, and San Diego State University.

Stephen P. Dr. Robbins also actively participates in masters' track competition. Since turning 50 in 1993, he has set numerous indoor and outdoor age-group world sprint records. He previously worked for the shell Oil Company and Reynolds Metals Company and has taughtat the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Concordia University in Montreal, the University of Baltimore, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, and San Diego State University.

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  • Monin
I just finished reading the first fifteen chapters in a Principles of Management class. This book is an easy read with tons of excellent, relevant and useful information. There is one major flaw to it, the "Glindex". This book has something called a glindex, which is a half assed glossary and index combined. It is completely useless. It made it extremely difficult to use as a reference for a term paper when trying to find information I remembered reading previously. You basically have to search page by page. It's a shame because the rest of the book is great.
  • Mataxe
Coulter's introduction to business management book, overall is good and well illustrated. He does a good job covering various topics; such as, management's history, mgmt's different roles and purpose, and how to become a better manager and leader. However, as an intro. to mgmt, he takes on too many topics, which makes the sections in many chapter trivial. I found this book to be more orientated toward psychology, specifically, Organizational/Individual Psychology. Which I found to be much more in-depth with people - ranging from employee's, management or leaders, people outside the business infrastructure (customers, suppliers, etc.), and especially YOU, the individual. What kind of person you are; your behaviour and attitude, values and morals, how you act and communicate with people at work, and people throughout life. As for the seller, very poor quality in shipping A BOOK! The book came shrink wrapped with a piece of cardboard, and, of course, damaged the book's front cover and binder - and this book is NOT CHEAP!!!
  • Ieslyaenn
This book looks really attractive. The layout is interesting, and makes it easy to find things. That is about the extent of the positives of this book, however.

This book features just about every annoying aspect of todays textbooks:

-The shotgun approach to teaching: instead of actually laying down any principles, the book uses the touchy feely "multiple persepectives" approach which results in a confused student wondering what he or she was supposed to have learned.

-Useless ethics. The book supposedly teaches ethics, but to avoid making anyone mad, it just tiptoes around issues with vague "thinking" questions.

-Poor word definitions. This book defines words in strange runaround ways, which don't make any sense. I've also seen some a lot of words defined as a different type (i.e. an adjective defined as a noun).

-Overly Complex diagrams. Studies of the brain show that we can only remember an average of 7 details about an item. Yet the book is full of diagrams with 11, 15, or 20-something items. It's simply not possible to be able to recall that many elements of a diagram without extensive study.

-Hey look, there's this thing called the internet. We should use it for something useful, but instead lets just annoy the student!

This book is full of annoying little references to internet content. When I'm reading, I just don't want to stop, open a webpage, and look at a silly little quiz. Additionally, students who buy a used book don't get a license for the internet content.

-Requiring professors to use pre-designed "test banks". In my class, our professor is required by the manufacturer to use only the test bank provided by the manufacturer. The questions are horrible! They don't address thing the professor chooses to speak on that our outside the textbook, and are very vague and confusing.

I realize the writers of this book put a lot of effort into it, and it really is an attractive product. To be usable, however,
  • Hudora
saved so much money, and the book is awesome. You'll be taken names in no time
  • Anarawield
I received the book quickly. My problem is this book doesn't go into great detail with anything so I am having to do a lot of research on the internet. It is the required book so I have to have it, but honestly I think it is useless.
  • White_Nigga
Really helped in management class
  • Flocton
Renting the book as it's too expensive! The purpose of renting it is for a management course. The book is simple and easy to read with lots of information to gather. Graphics are colorful and easy to follow and the way the topics are divided helps to grasp the information and rationalize it. Don't like the length of the chapters and at times, unnecessary prose.
Good book but pretty dry at parts.