Resource Management for Individuals and Families / Edition 2by Elizabeth B. Goldsmith
Pub. Date: 12/28/1999
The text applies the modern management theory and evaluation to the decision making and problem solving within the family unit. The text applies principles of planning, implementing and evaluating needs in household settings. The position that sees management as a process approach sets the text apart from earlier texts on family management.
Table of ContentsPreface. PART ONE: INTRODUCTION. 1. Management Today. 2. Management History and Theories. PART TWO: MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES. 3. Values, Attitudes, and Goals. 4. Resources. 5. Decision Making and Problem Solving. 6. Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating. 7. Communication. PART THREE: MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS. 8. Managing Human Resources. 9. Managing Time. 10. Managing Work and Family. 11. Managing Stress and Fatigue. 12. Managing Environmental Resources. 13. Managing Finances. PART FOUR: LOOKING AHEAD. 14. Future Challenges. GLOSSARY. INDEX.
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