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Key Concepts in VCE Business Management Units 3&4 3E eBookPLUS (Online Purchase)

Key Concepts in VCE Business Management Units 3&4 3E eBookPLUS (Online Purchase)
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ISBN13 9780730318330
Pub date January 2015
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Key Concepts in VCE Business Management Units 1 & 2 3rd Edition eBookPLUS 
provides an innovative way of structuring learning, by solving key problems:

• How can students of all abilities be engaged and motivated (including the most able students)?
• How can current real-world examples be brought into the classroom?
• How can students be best prepared for their exams?


KEY FEATURES


• Revised and up-to-date case studies, business statistics and legislation
Case studies incorporating the latest business news, views and trends
• Latest trends in human resource management and change management
• Key knowledge points from VCAA VCE study design
• Highly visual, digestible, lesson-based sections
• Chapter summaries, school-assessed coursework tasks and review questions
Extend your Knowledge sections to challenge and extend understanding
• Dedicated apply your skills sections that help students demonstrate key skills
 
 
Key Concepts in VCE Business Management Units 1 & 2 and eBookPLUS is a digital-only version of the textbook that provides access to all the course content. It also includes a wealth of multimedia resources accessed through our JacarandaPLUS website (www.jacplus.com.au).



> eBookPLUS resources include:
 
ProjectPLUS featuring a targeted ICT assessment task on business planning
Videos featuring Australian and overseas businesses, with worksheets
• A glossary, crossword and missing-word glossary quiz for each chapter
School-assessed coursework designed in Microsoft Word for easy customisation
Weblinks to key business bodies
• Access from any digital device: PC/MAC/iPad/Android Tablet.

UNIT 3 Corporate management
1. Large-scale organisations in context
2. Internal environment of large-scale organisations
3. The operations management function

UNIT 4 Managing people and change
4. The human resource management function — factors involved
5. The human resource management function — the employment cycle
6. The human resource management function — employee relations
7. The management of change

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