LOGSDON WILL BE ASSOCIATE EDITOR OF HANDBOOK OF 21ST CENTURY MANAGEMENT
January 22, 2007
Logsdon, who teaches in the school’s department of organizational behavior, is a Regents professor of the University of New Mexico and holds the Jack and Donna Rust Professorship in Business Ethics. She is the co-author of the book Global Business Citizenship: A Transformative Framework for Ethics and Sustainable Capitalism, published in 2006 by M.E. Sharpe.
The Handbook will provide clear and useful discussion of 100 key issues and topics that managers are confronting in the 21st century by scholars from around the world. The structure of discussion for each issue and important associated perspectives and research will be concisely and meaningfully presented. New technologies, globalization and associated ethical implications frame many of these issues.
Other issues that will be introduced and discussed are cutting-edge and unsettled topics in human resource management, strategic management, entrepreneurship, operations management, business and society, management information systems, leadership, international management, organizational culture, diversity management, managing in the post-911 world, not-for-profit management, healthcare management, educational administration, public administration, and green management.
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