Small Business Management: Workbook, First Edition

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Small Business Management, Third Edition aims to familiarise students with the theory and practice of small business management and challenge assumptions that may be held about the way small business management can or should adopt the management practices of larger firms.

For students interested in establishing and managing their own small firm, this book can help them to focus their thinking on the realities of life as a small business owner-manager – both its challenges and its rewards.

For postgraduate students that are keen to ‘make a difference’, this text enables them to understand how they might consult to small firms and assist owner-managers in establishing and growing their ventures.

This book should also prove useful to small business owner-managers as a general guide on how they might better manage their operations; to managers in large corporations and financial institutions who deal with small businesses as clients or suppliers; and to professionals such as accountants, lawyers and consultants who provide advice and other services to small businesses.

Small Business Management, Third Edition also has relevance for the general reader interested in the significant contribution that the small business sector plays in the national economies of many countries around the world. This third edition has been updated with recent international research, including research and examples from Europe, the US, and the Asia-Pacific region.

This supplementary workbook is designed to complement this text. It contains chapter reviews, class assignment activities, quizzes and essay questions, and numerous case studies to help solidify student learning.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherTilde Publishing and Distribution
Number of pages132
ISBN (Print)9780734612267
Publication statusPublished - 2017


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