Description : Administrative Office Management continues to provide students with the most up-to-date information reflecting contemporary management thinking, issues, and trends that every office employee needs to know. The text provides a strong management-based background while utilizing a humanistic approach for managing and supervising staff in an office environment. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Description : Administrative Office Management continues to reflect current management thinking with regard to managing office and business information systems and supervising staff. It covers management principles and concepts including organizational trends, technology, and global business ethics. This edition includes more technology-based end-of-chapter activities and focuses on key topics. This Short Course text contains 15 chapters, as opposed to 20 chapters found in the Complete Course text.
Description : What are the workplace trends every employee needs to know? ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE MANAGEMENT, SHORT COURSE lets you know in a concise and easy-to-read fashion. Packed with up-to-date information reflecting the latest in contemporary management thinking, this management textbook shows you how to make new business trends work for you. Get the grade you want and start working on your future with ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE MANAGEMENT, SHORT COURSE.
Description : For courses in Administrative Office Management, Office Management, or Administrative Management Continuing the tradition, Administrative Office Management, 8th edition, offers the most technologically updated text on the market. In combination with technological updates, this comprehensive introduction to office management focuses on what office managers actually do on the job. Dr. Quible's signature easy-to-read style coupled with pedagogical aids throughout systematically explores the full range of office management topics-office environment, employees, systems, and functions.
Description : This updated edition provides a strong management-based background using a humanistic approach for managing and supervising staff in an office environment. The text presents basic principles of management, problem solving, system thinking, productivity evaluation, and technology applications integrated throughout. The text is designed for students in office management courses and managers and supervisors may use it as a handbook in the management of their offices. It features a workbook containing applications for use with spreadsheet and database software which simulates on-the-job office management experiences, projects, and comprehensive cases. A template disk is also available which contains applications from the text and workbook for use with WordPerfect 5.1.
Description : For courses in medical clerical and administrative medical assisting. The authoritative guide to the skills and issues of medical office management Medical Office Management explores the skills needed to manage a medical office and the issues students can expect to encounter in the field. With over 25 years in medical office management, Malone provides expert insight into office policies and procedures, health insurance, risk management, personnel management, and legal and ethical issues. This easy-to-read text is useful as a quick reference guide for both students and medical office managers. The 2nd edition expands its coverage of Affordable Care Act policies to include value-based payment, accountable care organizations, and new technologies improving health care.
Description : This text will not only cover current management concepts and organizational trends, but it will also deal with the challenges of office management today: computer networking, telecommunications, international business, ethics, conflict resolution, teams, and the quality movement. It is ideal for training and enhancing the productivity of information systems workers at all levels.
Description : Commonwealth Education Partnership 2007 is an essential overview of the development of education systems in the Commonwealth, focusing on international collaborations and on the partnerships in member countries between government, NGOs and the private sector in education. Focuses in this edition: increasing access and the right to quality education; supporting teachers for quality education; resourcing; and education for the good of all. Published for the Commonwealth Secretariat by Nexus Partnerships.