This new edition includes brand new content on ethical and environmental issues with fully refreshed page layout and illustrations. This title is a useful resource to reinforce classroom learning and facilitate revision in the approach to exams. Succinct summaries of key syllabus content and terminology allow students to feel confident of their knowledge and understanding whilst detailed analysis of business considerations throughout the text is designed to enhance students' analytical and evaluative skills. A userfriendly approach and clear indication of knowledge required at all levels of Standard Grade Business Management makes this an important reference tool for individual use throughout the course. Contents Introduction Chapter 1: What is business? * What do businesses do? * Why do businesses exist? * How are businesses organised? Chapter 2: How do businesses develop and perform? * How do businesses start? * How do businesses grow? * How do businesses survive? * Why do businesses fail? * What is a successful business? Chapter 3: What resources do businesses use? * Why do businesses locate where they do? * How do people contribute to businesses? * How do businesses use information? * How do businesses operate? * What are the challenges facing businesses? Chapter 4: How are businesses managed? * What are the key decisions that businesses make? * What influences the decisions? * What aids decision making? * How are decisions made? * How do businesses communicate? Answers to questions and case studies
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