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Preserving Digital Materials 3rd Edition


The third edition of Preserving Digital Materials provides a survey of the digital preservation landscape. This book is structured around four questions: 1. Why do we preserve digital materials? 2. What digital materials do we preserve? 3. How do we preserve digital materials? 4. How do we manage digital preservation? This is a concise handbook and reference for a wide range of stakeholders who need to understand how preservation works in the digital world. It notes the increasing importance of the role of new stakeholders and the general public in digital preservation. It can be used as both a textbook for teaching digital preservation and as a guide for the many stakeholders who engage in digital preservation. Its synthesis of current information, research, and perspectives about digital preservation from a wide range of sources across many areas of practice makes it of interest to all who are concerned with digital preservation. It will be of use to preservation administrators and managers, who want a professional reference text, information professionals, who wish to reflect on the issues that digital preservation raises in their professional practice, and students in the field of digital preservation.


The Art of Leadership: Perspectives from Distinguished Thought Leaders

$84.95 $35.00

Focusing on leadership and issues pertinent to our global landscape, The Art of Leadership: Perspectives from Distinguished Thought Leaders is an in-depth analysis and enriching collection of knowledge and perspectives from illustrious thought leaders who have spoken at the podium of Singapore Management University (SMU). SMU’s thought leadership series seeks to inspire Asia and beyond with the views and opinions of internationally eminent and outstanding academics, scholars, business or political leaders who have achieved distinction in their respective fields. The book provides valuable insights on topics ranging from economics and politics to entrepreneurship and management.


Strategic Human Resource Management 2nd Edition

$129.00 $99.30

The well-respected author team strike the ideal balance between the latest academic theory and real-world practice, making this the most applied SHRM textbook written in an eminently student-friendly format.


Understanding Strategic Management 3rd Revised Edition

$119.00 $88.30

The most complete introduction for students looking for a briefer guide to strategic management, packed with real-life examples and an emphasis on the essential tools of analysis.

  • Concise in format, but covering all the relevant material for one semester courses, this textbook provides students with all the essential concepts in a manageable format.
  • A four-part structure and clear approach expertly guide students through the processes of strategic management from analysis, to formulation, and implementation.
  • Contemporary, real-life examples and case studies from a diverse range of business situations illustrate how the core theories operate in practice, revealing the successes but also the pitfalls of different strategic approaches.
  • Extensive online resources, clearly integrated with the book, provide additional material to further understanding and offer practical exercises on the key tools of analysis.
  • A user-friendly writing style is complemented by a wealth of learning features, diagrams, and photos to make the subject clear for students and encourage them to actively engage in critique and analysis.

New to this edition

  • New coverage of disruptive innovation, dynamic capabilities, and Blue Ocean Strategy, as well as additional frameworks such as economies and diseconomies of scale, the industry life cycle, and the VRIO framework complete an extensive update to this third edition.
  • The unconventional workings of Ryanair, disruptive innovation at Netflix, and the plausibility of electric cars are just some of the new examples used in the Strategy in Focus boxes and Case Examples for this edition, which together examine the contemporary relevance of strategic management to the business world.
  • The chapters in Part Two: Strategic Analysis, have been streamlined by incorporating coverage of organizational performance into Chapter 4 on the internal environment.
  • Each chapter now features a single, longer, closing Case Example, fully author-written and unique to the book, demonstrating how companies like Novo Nordisk and Tesla, or strategic leaders such as Warren Buffett or Sir Martin Sorrell consider and apply strategic analysis, formulation, and implementation in real life.
  • The online resources have been reorganized and updated, providing new questions, exercises, and case studies.
  • The book has a new text design and new photos throughout, making it more appealing and engaging.

About the Author(s)

Anthony E. Henry, Teaching Fellow at Aston University Business School

Anthony E. Henry is a Teaching Fellow at Aston Business School.

Table of Contents

Part One: What is Strategy?

1: What is Strategy?

Part Two: Strategic Analysis

2: Evaluating the Macro-environment
3: Industry Analysis
4: The Internal Environment: Value-Creating Activities
5: The Internal Environment: A Resource-Based View of Strategy

Part Three: Strategy Formulation

6: Business Strategy
7: Corporate Strategy
8: International Strategy

Part Four: Strategy Implementation

9: Organizational Structures and Strategic Change
10: Strategic Leadership
11: Corporate Governance


Organizational Behaviour and Work: A critical introduction

$129.00 $99.30

The most critical yet accessible introduction to work and organizational behaviour.

  • Provides a concise introduction to organizational behaviour which is critical, yet accessible, in its approach, and ideal for those new to the subject.
  • Challenges students to re-examine and question traditional views on organizational life and to use their analytical skills to further their own reading and research.
  • Draws on a wide range of research, thereby introducing students to the rich and varied contributions that have advanced the study of organizational behaviour.
  • Reflects the complexity of working life by focusing on key issues such as power, resistance, gender, well-being, and race.
  • Diverse real-life examples in every chapter, including the surface acting of airline staff, sexual harassment at universities, and digital staff surveillance, demonstrate how the theory of organizational behaviour can apply in practice.

New to this edition

  • New case studies and examples, on topics as varied as cross-cultural virtual teams, Leicester City Football Club, and size zero in the fashion industry, explore the reality of organizational behaviour in the contemporary workplace and society as a whole.
  • New and increased coverage of ethical behaviour, sexual harassment, well-being, and the impact of social media.
  • New diagrams of the most relevant theories aid understanding and facilitate visual learning.
  • New questions and additional links to films and novels encourage engagement through reflection on the key issues and signpost to those issues at play in the popular media.


Author’s Information:

Fiona M. Wilson, Professor of Organizational Behaviour, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow

Fiona Wilson is Professor of Organizational Behaviour in the Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow. Before moving to Glasgow, she worked at the University of St Andrews: first as a Lecturer, then as a Senior Lecturer. Previously, Fiona had been employed as a researcher at Manchester Business School and University of Bradford Management Centre. Fiona completed a PhD at Manchester Business School in 1986. She is a Fellow of the British Academy of Management, an Academic Fellow of the CIPD, and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.


Table of Contents:


Approaching management critically

1: Setting the scene
2: Employees’ views of work
3: Managerial views of work
4: The rationality of management
5: Sexuality, sex typing, and gender

Classic organizational behaviour and the critique

6: Motivation
7: Leadership
8: Perception
9: Personality
10: Organizational learning
11: Culture
12: Teams and teamworking
13: Structure
14: All change?

The core of critical approaches

15: Managerial power and control
16: Organizational misbehaviour
17: Voluntary, not-for-profit, and alternative organizations
18: Health, well-being, emotion, and stress


Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice 3rd Edition

$149.00 $100.90

A new, thoroughly updated edition of a comprehensive overview of knowledge management (KM), covering theoretical foundations, the KM process, tools, and professions. The ability to manage knowledge has become increasingly important in today’s knowledge economy. Knowledge is considered a valuable commodity, embedded in products and in the tacit knowledge of highly mobile individual employees. Knowledge management (KM) represents a deliberate and systematic approach to cultivating and sharing an organization’s knowledge base. This textbook and professional reference offers a comprehensive overview of the field. Drawing on ideas, tools, and techniques from such disciplines as sociology, cognitive science, organizational behavior, and information science, it describes KM theory and practice at the individual, community, and organizational levels. Chapters cover such topics as tacit and explicit knowledge, theoretical modeling of KM, the KM cycle from knowledge capture to knowledge use, KM tools, KM assessment, and KM professionals. This third edition has been completely revised and updated to reflect advances in the dynamic and emerging field of KM. The specific changes include extended treatment of tacit knowledge; integration of such newer technologies as social media, visualization, mobile technologies, and crowdsourcing; a new chapter on knowledge continuity, with key criteria for identifying knowledge at risk; material on how to identify, document, validate, share, and implement lessons learned and best practices; the addition of new categories of KM jobs; and a new emphasis on the role of KM in innovation. Supplementary materials for instructors are available online.

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Retail Management, Global Edition


For courses in Retail Management. A contemporary text that helps students thrive in today’s retailing industry Retail Management: A Strategic Approach is built on the fundamental principle that retailers have to plan for and adapt to a complex, changing environment. Without a pre-defined and well-integrated strategy, retailers may flounder and be unable to cope with the environment that surrounds them. This text helps readers become good retail planners and decision makers. The 13th Edition incorporates updated data that reflects the current world economic climate, extensive coverage of omnichannel retailing, and many new vignettes, questions, and cases, so that students can thrive in today’s retailing industry.


Project Leadership and Entrepreneurship

$79.99 $62.90

This edition has been significantly updated to include important new developments in the field of project management. The text uses plenty of exercises and case studies to explain the leadership techniques in a project environment. This book includes chapters on: project leadership traits, styles, skills, power, motivation, delegation and empowerment; entrepreneurship traits, innovative problem solving, spotting and exploiting beneficial opportunities; leading project participants, client organization structures, project organizations, stakeholders and networking; and leading project teams, team roles, team development, team building. The text uses plenty of exercises and case studies to explain the leadership techniques in a project environment.

Project Management Techniques


Project Management Techniques (College Edition) 2ed is fully updated to include the latest project management processes and methodologies as outlined in the new PMBOK 5ed (2012) and the new APM BoK 6ed (2012). Project Management Techniques for Advanced Project Management courses has been updated to enable the project manager to use the latest planning and control techniques, processes and methodologies to complete their projects successfully. This is often expressed as completing the project deliverables on time, within budget and to the required quality. It is, therefore, essential the project manager understands the features and characteristics of the project management systems approach to be able to manage the process effectively.