Addressing the specific needs of engineers, scientists, and technicians, this reference introduces engineering students to the basics of marketing, human resource management, employment relations, personnel management, and financial management. This guide will help engineering students develop a sense for business and prepare them for the commercial and administrative dealings with customers, suppliers, contractors, accountants, and managers.Explain your answer. 14.13 Briefly describe how ... a#39;Financial management.a#39; In Nieman, G. aamp; Bennett, ... 7th edition. Burr Ridge: Irwin. Glahe, F.R. aamp; Lee, D.R. 1989. Microeconomics Theory and Applications. 2nd edition. Fort Worth: Harcourt anbsp;...
|Title||:||Management for Engineers, Technologists and Scientists|
|Publisher||:||Juta and Company Ltd - 2007-04-01|