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7,000 free online Business Management ebooks on the Internet Archive, resulting from a search for books on “Business Management”. Be patient as the page loads. Some books: Business and Management, Small Business Management, Management of Business Ethics, Business Financial Management, Dictionary of Business Management, Strategic Management and Business Policy, Retail Business Management, International Business, Global Business Management, Records Management, Resumes for Business Management Careers, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, many more.
About 1,700 free online “Industrial Management” books. Some books: Entrepreneur’s Survival Guide, Economics and Industrial Efficiency, Policy Making and Executive Action, New Approach to Industrial Economics, Corporate strategy, Classics in Scientific Management, Business: an integrative approach, Management: principles and practices, Sources of business Information, Corporate Pathfinders, many more.
About 350 Management Information Systems books from the Internet Archive. Some books: Management Information Systems, Installing and Managing Workable Knowledge, Using MIS, Information Systems Concepts for Management, MIS2, Design and Management of Information Systems, Information Technology for Management, Principles of Information Systems, IS Project Management Handbook, Enterprise Systems for Management, many more.
About 450 books on Nonprofit Organizations. Some books: Harvard Business Review on Nonprofits, Management of Nonprofit Organizations, Nonprofit Sustainability, Quality Management in the Nonprofit World, Not-for-Profit GAAP, Starting & Building a Nonprofit, Financial Basics for Nonprofit Managers, The Not-for-Profit CEO, Succeeding at Social Enterprise, A Guide to Insurance for Non-Profits, Grassroots Philanthropy, The Nonprofit Sector, Sarbanes-Oxley for Nonprofit Boards, many more.
About 200 free “Human Resources and Personnel Management” books. Some books: Performance Appraisal on the Job, Keys to Successful Recruiting and Staffing, Employee Assistance Programs, Interviewing and Hiring Top Performers, Building Better Teams, Strategic Human Resource Management, Building a High Morale Workplace, Human Resource Management Systems, Motivating People, Guaranteeing Performance Improvement, many more.
University of Minnesota Libraries
“Human Resource Management teaches HRM strategies and theories that any manager—not just those in HR—needs to know about recruiting, selecting, training, and compensating people.” -Open Textbook Library Website. Personnel Management.
About 500 Public Relations free books from the Internet Archive. Some books: The Practice of Public Relations, Public Relations: Strategies and Tactics, Public Relations Handbook, PR on a Budget, Public Relations Careers, Public Relations Writing, Do Your Own Public Relations, A Manager’s Guide to PR Projects, Managing Public Relations, Develop Your PR Skills, Effective Public Relations, Public Relations Writing: form & style, many more.
Balachandran, M., ed.
The Virtual Office Survival Handbook; What Telecommuters and Entrepreneurs Need to Succeed in Today’s Nontraditional Workplace.
J. Wiley 1996 Dewey Dec. 658
Whether you’re working at home, on the road, or in any other nontraditional work arrangement, here’s what you’ll need to set up, survive, and thrive in the virtual office. Expert advice on:
Getting there—choosing the right business idea, negotiating for telecommuting, and selling your family on your new workstyle Organizing yourself—structuring your environment, setting up a virtual office in your home or car, dealing with a satellite office situation, choosing and finding the best technology Maintaining your virtual office—staying in the loop when you’re not in an office, keeping in touch when you’re on the road, generating business, finding free publicity, adopting the habits of highly successful virtual office workers, maintaining contact with the office or customers, communicating effectively via technology Surviving—creating and maintaining work/life balance, working at home with kids, avoiding overwork, making sure your accomplishments are recognized, learning to take vacations, staying away from the fridge, being a good boss to yourself.
Burton, Virgil L., ed.
Gale, Cengage Learning 2011
Each updated edition of this detailed resource identifies nearly 35,000 live, print and electronic sources of information listed under more than 1,100 alphabetically arranged subjects — industries and business concepts and practices.
Carnegie, Andrew, ed.
Hall and Locke 1911 Dewey Dec. 650
Volume 4 in a 10-vol. series called “Vocations” edited by William DeWitt Hyde. This volume contains 2 parts; “The General Principles of Business” and “Great Industries”. Each part has about a dozen essays by different people.
Covert, Jack and Sattersten, Todd
Portfolio 2009 Dewey Dec. 016.6
The 100 Best Business Books of All Time puts each book in context so that readers can quickly find solutions to the problems they face, such as how best to spend The First 90 Days in a new job or how to take their company from Good to Great. Many of the choices are surprising—you’ll find reviews of Moneyball and Orbiting the Giant Hairball, but not Jack Welch’s memoir.
At the end of each review, Jack and Todd direct readers to other books both inside and outside The 100 Best. And sprinkled throughout are sidebars taking the reader beyond business books, suggesting movies, novels, and even children’s books that offer equally relevant insights.
Drucker, Peter F.
Harper & Row 1974 Dewey Dec. 658
TOC: Intro: From Management Boom to Management Performance; Part 1. The Tasks: Business Performance, Performance in the Service Institution, Productive Work and Achieving Worker, Social Impacts and Social Responsibilities.
Part 2. The Manager: The Manager’s Work and Jobs, Managerial Skills, Managerial Organization.
Part 3. Top Management: Top-Management Tasks and Organization, Strategies and Structures.
Engineering magazine 1909 Dewey Dec. 658
“Criticizes waste and inefficiency in government and other work, and explains organization, management and operation under the efficiency or “individual effort” system of wage payment. Methods advocated are in successful use in a number of large industrial establishments. Principles here stated are simplified and reduced to a definite working code, with varied and apt illustrations, in his Twelve Principles of Efficiency.” – A.L.A.Catalog 1904-11
Ronald Press 1922 Dewey Dec. 651
Subtitle: “Covering organization, arrangement, and operation with special consideration of the employment, training and payment of office workers”.
“A comprehensive treatise for the business manager, office manager, chief clerk, or department head on the principles of office administration, location, layout and equipment, methodizing the means of communication, control of correspondence and other activities, work of the business departments, training and developing office workers, and wages and incentives to efficiency.”
“Written in an inspiring manner, this work should recommend itself as a valuable addition to the library of the student or business executive.” – Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: Science and Useful Arts (1931)
Goleman, Daniel et al.
Basic 2006 Dewey Dec. 658
This book contains everything you need to know to be business-literate in the 21st century. This is why Business, first published in September 2002, is rapidly becoming the standard source to which professionals reach for the most up-to-date, accurate and accessible information on the global business environment.
Best practice: People and culture; Marketing; Strategy and competitio ; Finance; IT/Information management; Systems; Structure; Leadership; Corporate social responsibility and governance; Renewal and growth; Productivity; Personal effectiveness — Management checklists — Action lists — Management library — Business thinkers — Management giants — Dictionary — Business information resources
Houghton Mifflin 2001 Dewey Dec. 651
An indispensable tool for every modern office. Whether you work at corporate headquarters, for an Internet startup, or in a home-based business, you’ll find the information you need in this all-new revision of the authoritative handbook for today’s office professional. The book’s features include:
– the latest information on the electronic office, including technical information as well as tips on “netiquette” – comprehensive coverage of modern office procedures – practical guidance on career development, including tips on using Internet resources – suggestions for how to handle human relationships in the office: your boss, coworkers, and assistants – practical advice on how to plan, arrange, and conduct meetings and conferences – country profiles with up-to-date information – grammar, usage, and punctuation guidance in an accessible format – advice on how to create, edit, proofread, send, and file professional business documents – information on basic accounting procedures and the fundamentals of business law – new and updated illustrations, charts, and tables – an easy-to-use format with a comprehensive index.
Hudders, Eugene Russell
Ronald Press 1920 Dewey Dec. 651
“A practical detailed textbook on business filing in general, with chapters on many special lines, such as architectural filing, and files of an accountant.” – Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: Science and Useful Arts (1931)
McClelland, Frank Clark
Shaw 1919 Dewey Dec. 651
“”A study of standardized office methods and of the relation of different departments to each other. Contains one chapter on office machinery appliances.” – Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: Science and Useful Arts (1931)
Miles, Robert P.
John Wiley & Sons 2002 Dewey Dec. 658
The first book to reveal the investment and management strategies of the Berkshire Hathaway all-star management team. Much has been written about Warren Buffett and his investment philosophy; little has been made public about the inside management of Berkshire Hathaway. With a market cap exceeding 100 billion , Berkshire Hathaway has a market value surpassing many icons of American business such as Dell, AT&T, Disney, Ford, Gillette, American Express, and GM. Drawing on his personal experiences as well as those of Berkshire’s chief executives, officers, and directors interviewed for this book, Berkshire insider Robert P. Miles provides a unique look at the Berkshire Hathaway culture and its management principles.
Berrett Koehler 2009 Dewey Dec. 658
One of our most distinguished scholars offers a bold new view of the theory and practice of effective management. Named one of the best management books of 2009 by Strategy + Business magazine and the Toronto Globe and Mail; and Library Journal Winner of the Axiom gold medal in the leadership category.
Morley, Linda H. and Kight, Adelaide C.
Wilson 1920 Dewey Dec. 016.6
A useful dictionary catalog containing many analytics. The selection is usually limited to business practice and special businesses and trades.
“…the book is more than a list of 2400 volumes. It is an index to the contents of those volumes; that is, it lists, in alphabetic order, under 2000 different headings, the subjects which are treated in these 2400 books.”
– From the Introduction.
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Moss, Rita W.
Libraries Unlimited 2004
“The first seven chapters cover business information according to the formats in which it is made available: Guides – Bibliographies and quick reference sources – Directories – Periodicals and newspapers – Loose-leaf services – Government documents – Statistics – Examples of different types of electronic sources.
The second part covers specific topics within the area of business. Included are chapters on marketing, money, credit, and banking; and the many aspects of investment ranging from stocks through bonds, mutual funds, and futures and options.” – Book cover
New York Public Library
J. Wiley 1998 Dewey Dec. 651
This all-encompassing, up-to-date volume tells you everything you need to know about running a successful business. Clear, concise and easy-to-use, it covers business travel, office etiquette, the legalities of contracts, choosing the best financial software and more. Communication is extensively discussed with examples of effective correspondence, e-mails, reports and memos. Filled with fact-packed tables, lists, and charts, glossary of business terms and comprehensive index.
“Covers the scope and sequence of most introductory business courses. The book provides detailed explanations in the context of core themes such as customer satisfaction, ethics, entrepreneurship, global business, and managing change. Introduction to Business includes hundreds of current business examples from a range of industries and geographic locations, which feature a variety of individuals.” -Website. Business management textbook.
“Designed to meet the scope and sequence requirements of the introductory course on management. This is a traditional approach to management using the leading, planning, organizing, and controlling approach. Management is a broad business discipline, and the Principles of Management course covers many management areas such as human resource management and strategic management, as well behavioral areas such as motivation.” -Website. Business management textbook.
Schulze, J. William
Key 1913 Dewey Dec. 651
Strauss, Steven D.
Wiley and Sons 2005 Dewey Dec. 658
Whether you’re a novice entrepreneur or a seasoned pro, The Small Business Bible is a comprehensive, easy-to-read, A-to-Z library of everything you might need to know. Not only does it teach new entrepreneurs what works and what doesn’t—with scores of tips, hints, insider information, and secrets of success—but it’s also a reliable, valuable, and insightful resource for established business owners who want to help their businesses continue to grow and succeed.
Taintor, Sarah Augusta
Macmillan 1988 Dewey Dec. 651
Concise information on: capitalization, punctuation, use of italics, spelling, diction, writing business letters, invitations, reminder systems, making travel arrangements, typing and word processing tips, much more.
Taylor, Frederick Winslow
Harper 1911 Dewey Dec. 658
“Purpose is to show that inefficiency in individual work mny be best remedied by intelligent management, and that systematic management is a science based on clearly defined laws, rules and principles, which are applicable to all kinds of human activity. Best exposition of the subject by a pioneer in the field of industrial management.”
“A practical exposition of the author’s theories is given in shop management.” – A.L.A.Catalog 1904-11
Also see: Gibson, Charles R., The Romance of Modern Manufacture; a Popular Account of the Marvels of Manufacturing in Section 670 Manufacturing in Manufacturing, Chemicals, Textiles & Handicrafts
Wilbur, Mary Aronetta
Houghton 1910 Dewey Dec. 658
“Easily understood explanation of business and legal methods every woman should know.” – A.L.A.Catalog 1904-11
Woy, James B.
Gale Group 2000 Dewey Dec. 650
A bibliographic guide to more than 32,000 citations covering over 1,100 subjects of interest to business personnel. Comprehensive listing of business related finding aids including abstracting and indexing services, almanacs and yearbooks, bibliographies, biographical sources, directories, encyclopedias and dictionaries, financial ratios, handbooks and manuals, online databases, periodicals and newsletters, etc.
About 170 E-Commerce books. Some books: Electronic Marketing, E-Commerce: business on the internet, Getting Started in Internet Auctions, Internet Marketing, What is E-Business?, Electronic Commerce, Marketing and Buying Fine Art Online, How to Design and Write Web Pages Today, Sales Management, Net Entrepreneurs Only, Strategies for Web Content and E-Commerce, Call to Action, Internet Marketing Promotions, E-Commerce Made E-Z, Guide to Search Engine Marketing, many more.
About 3,400 free online Marketing books. Some books: Marketing: contemporary concepts and practices, Sales and Marketing, Australian Marketing Research, Marketing Management, Ethics in Marketing, Marketing in the 21st Century, Marketing Today, Marketing for Profit, Canadian Marketing: cases and concepts, Principles of Marketing, Dynamics of Marketing in African Nations, many more.
More than 550 free online “Advertising and Marketing” books on the Internet Archive. Some books: Marketing and Advertising Careers, Web Advertising and marketing, Global Advertising and Marketing, E-Advertising and E-Marketing, Advertising and marketing to the New Majority, How to Get Into Advertising, Marketing Without Advertising, Advertising and Promotion, Creating and Delivering Winning Advertising and Marketing Presentations, many more.
About 110 Sales and Marketing free books. Some books: Sales Closing Techniques, Direct Marketing, Non-Manipulative Selling, Practical Marketing Ideas, Customers for Keeps, The 1-Day Marketing Plan, Guide to Network Marketing, Principles of Marketing, The Marketing Revolution, Strategic Marketing Management, Marketing Myths that are Killing Business, 91 Mistakes Smart Salespeople Make, many more.
University of Minnesota Libraries
“Teaches the experience and process of actually doing marketing – not just the vocabulary. It carries five dominant themes throughout in order to expose students to marketing in today’s environment: Service dominant logic , Sustainability, Ethics and social responsibility, Global coverage, Metrics.” -Open Textbook Library Website
McDonough, John and Egolf, Karen
Fitzroy Dearborn 2003 Dewey Dec. 659.1
“The first comprehensive resource on this central element of our culture, this work is a valuable tool for students in a variety of disciplines, professionals in the field, and nostalgia seekers. Selected color plates complement entries on major advertising agencies and classic campaigns. There is also substantive coverage of issues such as the representation of women and ethnic minorities as well as professional ethics.”–“The Top 20 Reference Titles of the Year,” American Libraries, May 2004
“Well-researched, thorough, and fascinating, it belongs in all business collections and most academic and large public libraries.” Booklist
Scott, Walter Dill
Small 1908 Dewey Dec. 659.1
“Simple exposition of the principles of psychology in their relation to successful advertising. Discusses memory, feelings and emotions, sympathy, suggestion, will, habit, etc.: also practical questions as to method and amount of advertising.” – A.L.A.Catalog 1904-11