Give your students the confidence to manage and the ability to lead with innovative solutions in today’s rapidly changing business environment. Daft’s market-leading MANAGEMENT, Ninth Edition, addresses the themes and issues directly relevant to both the everyday demands and significant challenges facing businesses today. Comprehensive coverage helps you develop managers able to look beyond traditional techniques and ideas to tap into a full breadth of management skills. With the best in proven management and new competencies that harness creativity and lead change, D.A.F.T. is Management. D. Development of better managers for today and tomorrow equips those ready to lead with the latest managerial theories and innovative skills to adapt new technologies and inspire exceptional performance. A. Applications focus on contemporary ideas and personal relevance with a combination of cutting-edge exercises, memorable examples, unique photo essays, video cases, and topics not typically found in other management texts. F. Foundations in the best of management practices from this trusted leader blend fresh ideas and proven research for a solid managerial footing, organized around the four functions of management with an emphasis on putting theory into practice. T. Technology at its best in a leading support package delivers innovative solutions, from course management tools to new video cases and a new premium website that helps ensure students reach their full management potential.
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