Management

Management

Databases (Find Articles and Reports)

ABI/Inform Collection For current UWest patrons only. Mixed abstract and full-text.

Covers articles from such periodicals as Academy of Management, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, and International Journal of Cross Cultural Management.

Google Scholar Select items at the resource for UWest patrons only. Mixed abstract and full-text.

Use the power of Google to search for books, articles, and online resources. Access via UWest to incorporate our full text database resources.

PsycARTICLES For current UWest patrons only.

Find articles from periodicals such as The Psychologist-Manager Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Consulting Psychology Journal.

Related Periodicals (Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers)

Professional Organizations

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

"...the premier membership organization for those practicing and teaching industrial and organizational psychology."

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Related Videos

Films on Demand: Business: Management For current UWest patrons only.

Instructional and educational videos on management issues.

Management Styles Explained For current UWest patrons only.

This program examines five widely recognized management styles, commonly identified as autocratic, persuasive, consultative, participative, and laissez-faire.

The Mind of a Leader 1: Lessons in Management from Niccolò Machiavelli's The Prince For current UWest patrons only.

When Niccolò Machiavelli wrote The Prince it was to further the Medici family in its bid for control of 16th-century Italy—and to win the Medicis’ favor for his own ends. Machiavelli’s targeted strategies for wielding power have been studied ever since. In this 26-part series, praised as “comprehensive and imaginative” by Financial Times, 34 top executives share their thoughts on The Prince as it pertains to business success.

The Mind of a Leader 2: Lessons in Management from Sun Tzu's The Art of War Series For current UWest patrons only.

This 13-part series represents the highlights of hosts Benjamin Holk Henriksen and Fredrik Lassenius’ international leadership project based on The Art of War, in which 24 industry veterans from the fields of business, politics, the arts, sports, criminal justice, philanthropy, and health care were interviewed about the issues raised by Sun Tzu.