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The Resource 21st century management : a reference handbook, edited by Charles Wankel, (electronic resource)

21st century management : a reference handbook, edited by Charles Wankel, (electronic resource)

Label
21st century management : a reference handbook
Title
21st century management
Title remainder
a reference handbook
Statement of responsibility
edited by Charles Wankel
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Emphasizes key research on the topic and emerging trends. Considers globalization, new information technologies, as well as ethical and ecological issues. Addresses security and crisis management issues; offers insights into 21st century business issues such as excessive work and outsourcing; discusses diversity; and includes issues of managing nonprofit arts, medical, sports, and philanthropic organizations in the 21st century
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Cataloging source
RWB
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Gale virtual reference library
Dewey number
658
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HD30.4
LC item number
.A16 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Wankel, Charles
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Management
Label
21st century management : a reference handbook, edited by Charles Wankel, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Title from title page (Gale Virtual Reference Library: viewed June 15, 2011)
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
VOLUME ONE: PART I: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE 21ST CENTURY: Organizational emergence: business start-up issues -- Corporate entrepreneurship -- Social entrepreneurship and social enterprise -- High technology entrepreneurship -- Government impedimentation and facilitation of entrepreneurship -- Women entrepreneurs -- Entrepreneurial resilience; what makes entrepreneurs start another business after failure? -- Strategic planning in new ventures and young SMEs -- PART II: BUSINESS AND SOCIETY: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES: Fostering social and civic responsibility by organizations and their people -- Poverty alleviation as a corporate issue -- Organizational crisis management in the Post-9/11 business epoch -- Integrating corporate social responsibility to the management of supply chains -- Activists groups tactics to influence companies -- Global business citizenship: a model of social responsibility and ethical behavior for the 21st century -- Excessive work and its business consequences -- Factors influencing women managers' success -- Future directions in labor relations: a 2005 perspective -- PART III: MANAGING THE GLOBAL ENTERPRISE: Global mind-set -- Management in developing countries -- Internationally managing in the face of terrorism-induced uncertainty -- HRM best practices and transfers to the Asia Pacific Region -- Cultural differences in perception of fairness in organizational contexts -- Winning in Asia -- Language issues in multinational management -- PART IV: SUSTAINABILITY AND THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT: GREEN MANAGEMENT: Toward sustainable organizations for the 21st Century -- Why do firms comply with environmental regulations? -- Understanding and overcoming the Green Wall: environmental strategy, leadership, and change management in business -- Environmental supply chain management -- PART V: STRATEGY IN A FAST AND NETWORKED WORLD: Strategic decisions in high-velocity contexts -- Innovations as a strategy in network markets -- Planning effectiveness for Internet -based intergovernmental systems -- The competitive advantage of interconnected firms -- New product and service development in strategic alliances -- The merger paradox: determinants and effects -- Evolving aspects of outsourcing in India -- Holistic approaches in business planning -- Culture sensitive global strategies -- Co-opetition: promises and challenges -- Business limitation -- PART VI: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT WITH NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: Supply chain management: integration and globalization in the age of e-business -- Mass customization -- Improving supply-chain information velocity, product customization, and cost through extended enterprise applications -- Business process outsourcing management issues -- Place and space strategies for 21st-Century organizations -- Ethical manufacturing -- PART VII: ORGANIZING IN THE POST-0/11 WORLD: Constraints on strategy of an organizational structure -- Global projects as new organizational form -- Artistic methods and business disorganization -- Organizational security -- VOLUME TWO: PART VIII: TEAMING IN AND BEYOND ORGANIZATIONS IN THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY: The evolving nature of work teams: changing to meet the requirements of the future -- Collaborative innovations: web-based tools for customer involvement in new product development -- Coordinatiion in global teams -- Transnational teams in knowledge-intensive organizations -- Conflict management in work teams -- PART IX: HUMAN RESOURCES AS A KEY STRATEGIC FACTOR: Human resources management in the 21st Century -- Managing in the new economy; restructuring white-collar work in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan -- Work-home interaction: a challenge to human resources management -- External competitiveness: theoretical and practical facets of strategic pay level decision making -- Flexible labor -- Employee wellness programs -- Career management -- Careers in transition -- The changing nature of mid- and late careers -- PART X: GENDER AND DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS: Diversity and diversity management in the age of globalization -- Ethnic and minority enterprise -- Aging and work motivation -- Family-friendly organizations -- PART XI: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR: Motivating individuals and groups at work in the 21st Century-- Intrinsic motivation in public organizations -- Why self-set goals may sometimes be non-motivating -- Organizational politics in management settings -- Understanding and managing misbehavior in organizations -- Organizational paranoia: origins and dysfunctional consequences of exaggerated distruct and suspicion in the workplace -- New approaches for cultivating and nourishing communications networks -- Intercultural communication: strategies for managing intercultural dimensions of business -- Emotions in organizations -- PART XII: LEADERSHIP WITHOUT BOUNDARIES: Leadership style: developing a leadership style to fit 21st-Century challenges -- Remote leadership -- Leadership in interorganizational networks -- Challenges of implicit leadership theories for management -- Integrating plurality: toward an integral perspective on leadership and organization -- The global manager's work: crossing boundaries of distance, countries, and cultures -- PART XIII: INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE WITH MOBILITY AND ETHICS: Knowledge management: strategy, culture, intellectual capital, and communities of inquiry -- Facilitating mobile and virtual work -- Balancing the implications of employee telework: understanding the impacts for individuals and organizations -- Electronic monitoring of personal web use at work -- Information privacy in organizations -- Multilingual issues in global e-commerce web sites -- Managing intangible capital -- What is the business case for adapting RFID? -- PART XIV: ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE IN THE 21ST CENTURY: Change agency in 21st Century organizational life -- Organization development in the 21st Century -- The state of organization development -- Managing creativity and innovation in the 21st Century -- Organizational memory: why does it matter? -- Why catastrophic organizational failures happen -- PART XV: NON-BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS: NEW PERSPECTIVES: Arts management issues in the 21st Century -- Hospital planning for weapons of mass destruction incidents -- Unique aspects of managing sports organizations -- Managing philanthropic organizations for creativity
Control code
220938555
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781412949729
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)220938555
Label
21st century management : a reference handbook, edited by Charles Wankel, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Title from title page (Gale Virtual Reference Library: viewed June 15, 2011)
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
VOLUME ONE: PART I: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE 21ST CENTURY: Organizational emergence: business start-up issues -- Corporate entrepreneurship -- Social entrepreneurship and social enterprise -- High technology entrepreneurship -- Government impedimentation and facilitation of entrepreneurship -- Women entrepreneurs -- Entrepreneurial resilience; what makes entrepreneurs start another business after failure? -- Strategic planning in new ventures and young SMEs -- PART II: BUSINESS AND SOCIETY: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES: Fostering social and civic responsibility by organizations and their people -- Poverty alleviation as a corporate issue -- Organizational crisis management in the Post-9/11 business epoch -- Integrating corporate social responsibility to the management of supply chains -- Activists groups tactics to influence companies -- Global business citizenship: a model of social responsibility and ethical behavior for the 21st century -- Excessive work and its business consequences -- Factors influencing women managers' success -- Future directions in labor relations: a 2005 perspective -- PART III: MANAGING THE GLOBAL ENTERPRISE: Global mind-set -- Management in developing countries -- Internationally managing in the face of terrorism-induced uncertainty -- HRM best practices and transfers to the Asia Pacific Region -- Cultural differences in perception of fairness in organizational contexts -- Winning in Asia -- Language issues in multinational management -- PART IV: SUSTAINABILITY AND THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT: GREEN MANAGEMENT: Toward sustainable organizations for the 21st Century -- Why do firms comply with environmental regulations? -- Understanding and overcoming the Green Wall: environmental strategy, leadership, and change management in business -- Environmental supply chain management -- PART V: STRATEGY IN A FAST AND NETWORKED WORLD: Strategic decisions in high-velocity contexts -- Innovations as a strategy in network markets -- Planning effectiveness for Internet -based intergovernmental systems -- The competitive advantage of interconnected firms -- New product and service development in strategic alliances -- The merger paradox: determinants and effects -- Evolving aspects of outsourcing in India -- Holistic approaches in business planning -- Culture sensitive global strategies -- Co-opetition: promises and challenges -- Business limitation -- PART VI: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT WITH NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT: Supply chain management: integration and globalization in the age of e-business -- Mass customization -- Improving supply-chain information velocity, product customization, and cost through extended enterprise applications -- Business process outsourcing management issues -- Place and space strategies for 21st-Century organizations -- Ethical manufacturing -- PART VII: ORGANIZING IN THE POST-0/11 WORLD: Constraints on strategy of an organizational structure -- Global projects as new organizational form -- Artistic methods and business disorganization -- Organizational security -- VOLUME TWO: PART VIII: TEAMING IN AND BEYOND ORGANIZATIONS IN THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY: The evolving nature of work teams: changing to meet the requirements of the future -- Collaborative innovations: web-based tools for customer involvement in new product development -- Coordinatiion in global teams -- Transnational teams in knowledge-intensive organizations -- Conflict management in work teams -- PART IX: HUMAN RESOURCES AS A KEY STRATEGIC FACTOR: Human resources management in the 21st Century -- Managing in the new economy; restructuring white-collar work in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan -- Work-home interaction: a challenge to human resources management -- External competitiveness: theoretical and practical facets of strategic pay level decision making -- Flexible labor -- Employee wellness programs -- Career management -- Careers in transition -- The changing nature of mid- and late careers -- PART X: GENDER AND DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS: Diversity and diversity management in the age of globalization -- Ethnic and minority enterprise -- Aging and work motivation -- Family-friendly organizations -- PART XI: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR: Motivating individuals and groups at work in the 21st Century-- Intrinsic motivation in public organizations -- Why self-set goals may sometimes be non-motivating -- Organizational politics in management settings -- Understanding and managing misbehavior in organizations -- Organizational paranoia: origins and dysfunctional consequences of exaggerated distruct and suspicion in the workplace -- New approaches for cultivating and nourishing communications networks -- Intercultural communication: strategies for managing intercultural dimensions of business -- Emotions in organizations -- PART XII: LEADERSHIP WITHOUT BOUNDARIES: Leadership style: developing a leadership style to fit 21st-Century challenges -- Remote leadership -- Leadership in interorganizational networks -- Challenges of implicit leadership theories for management -- Integrating plurality: toward an integral perspective on leadership and organization -- The global manager's work: crossing boundaries of distance, countries, and cultures -- PART XIII: INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE WITH MOBILITY AND ETHICS: Knowledge management: strategy, culture, intellectual capital, and communities of inquiry -- Facilitating mobile and virtual work -- Balancing the implications of employee telework: understanding the impacts for individuals and organizations -- Electronic monitoring of personal web use at work -- Information privacy in organizations -- Multilingual issues in global e-commerce web sites -- Managing intangible capital -- What is the business case for adapting RFID? -- PART XIV: ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE IN THE 21ST CENTURY: Change agency in 21st Century organizational life -- Organization development in the 21st Century -- The state of organization development -- Managing creativity and innovation in the 21st Century -- Organizational memory: why does it matter? -- Why catastrophic organizational failures happen -- PART XV: NON-BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS: NEW PERSPECTIVES: Arts management issues in the 21st Century -- Hospital planning for weapons of mass destruction incidents -- Unique aspects of managing sports organizations -- Managing philanthropic organizations for creativity
Control code
220938555
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781412949729
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)220938555

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