Book title: IMI HANDBOOK OF MANAGEMENT
Author(s): Marion O`Connor, John Mangan & John Cullen
ISBN: 8182741645
Publication Year: 2006
Binding: HB
Pages: 432
Price: Rs. 1500
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 Overview

About the Book:

The objective of the IMI Handbook of Management is quite straightforward: to help good managers become even better. Management is neither a science nor an art, bur rather a combination of these two domains and a role which, of necessity, draws upon a range to diverse skills, abilities and intelligences.

The Handbook draws together contributions from IMI faculty, covering 20 different aspects of management. The individual authors are all engaged on a daily basis in the development of practising managers and this grounded, real-world orientation is evident in the focus of each contributed on the practical execution of the topic covered.



About the Author:

Marion O` Connor is a management researcher at IMI Centre for management research. She holds primary and postgraduate degrees from NUI Galway, where she was a recipient of a postgraduate fellowship. Marion worked in AIB prior to joining IMI. She has recently published three major reports on management isues and is currently working on doctorate at Trinity College, Dublin in the area of management skill development in the marketing sector.

John Mangan is director of research and programme director of a number of degree and senior executive development programmes at IMI. He has B.Sc. (NUI), M.Sc. (Cranfield), and PhD (Cardiff) qualification and he has published extensively in the areas of logistics and supply chain management. Prior to joining IMI he worked at Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business at University College, Dublin, Irish Civil Services, Aer Rianta and Aer Lingus.

John Cullen is a management researcher at IMI Centre for management research. A librarian by profession he has published several academic and practioner journal in Ireland, the UK and the US.


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