Business Management Studies has been written as a core textbook for students studying the Business Studies IGCSE syllabus for example, or the Ghana Management Studies syllabus at secondary level. The book is extremely comprehensive and thorough, drawing specific examples from a number of countries, such as Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi. The book has been written in a style that specifically involves the student in thinking about the various topics, and each chapter contains activities in which the students can engage either individually or as a group. The book will also be invaluable for anyone involved in Business Studies or Business Management.
Introduction - PART ONE: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT IN AFRICA: THE BACKGROUND - PART TWO: THE ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS ORGANISATION TODAY - PART THREE: BUSINESS FINANCE - PART FOUR: BUSINESS AND THE LAW - PART FIVE: THE HUMAN ASPECT - PART SIX: MARKETING - PART SEVEN: PRODUCING THE GOODS - PART EIGHT: COMMUNICATION, DECISION MAKING AND PLANNING - PART NINE: BUSINESS RISKS - PART TEN: SMALL BUSINESSES AND THE INFORMAL SECTOR - PART ELEVEN: MANAGEMENT AND THE ELECTRONIC REVOLUTION - PART TWELVE: THE INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE - Postscript - Answers to questions and answering hints - Key words - Index