This textbook explores what factors and characteristics are commonly found in an entrepreneurial mindset and makes you ask yourself whether being an entrepreneur is what you want to be or not.
Book for Finance
This book describes the theory and practice of
corporate finance. We hardly need to explain why
financial managers have to master the practical aspects
of their job, but we should spell out why the down-to-earth
managers need to bother with theory.
Managers learn from experience how to cope with
routine problems. But the best managers are also able
to respond to change. To do so you need more than
time-honored rules of thumb; you must understand
why companies and financial markets behave the way
they do. In other words, you need a theory of finance.
Does that sound intimidate? It shouldn’t. Good
theory helps you to grasp what is going on in the
world around you. It helps you to ask the right questions
when times change and new problems need to
be analyzed. It also tells you which things you do not
need to worry about. Throughout this book, we show
how managers use financial theory to solve practical
Business Statistics for Management and Economics
STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS.
It illustrates how vital statistical methods and tools are for today's managers--and teaches you how to apply them to real business problems. Using a proven three-step "ICI" approach to problem solving, the text teaches you how to IDENTIFY the correct statistical technique by focusing on the problem objective and data type; how to COMPUTE the statistics doing them by hand, using Excel, or using MINITAB; and how to INTERPRET results in the context of the problem. This unique approach enhances your comprehension and practical skills.
The text's vast assortment of data-driven examples, exercises, and cases covers the various functional areas of business, demonstrating the statistical applications that marketing managers, financial analysts, accountants, economists, and others use.