The Concise Dictionary of Business Management
By David Statt
Routledge – 1999 – 200 pages
This second edition of The Concise Dictionary of Business Management has been completely revised and updated to reflect the changing world of work and new technology. It has been expanded to include many new terms and buzzwords such as: contracting out, telecommuting, occupational choice, glass ceiling, superwoman, electronic brainstorming, the internet and the virtual corporation. It is the ideal quick reference guide for students and professionals wanting to cut through the jargon of business and management.
David A. Statt is Director of Studies of the Graduate School of International Businss at the University of Bristol. He has worked as a manager and an academic in Britain and the United States. His previous publications include Psychology and the World of Work (1994), Understanding the Consumer (1997) and the Concise Dictionary of Psychology (1998)