Management: Where to start?

Resources for management classes on business ethics, corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship, leadership, organizational behavior, and strategy.
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Where to start?

Image TitleThis guide has library resources helpful for all the management classes taught at RIT. These subjects include business ethics, corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship, human resource management, leadership, organizational behavior, and strategy & innovation.
 
Depending on the nature of your class you may need practical or scholarly information or both.
Practical information represents information which reflects what is actually happening in the business world. Newspapers, magazines, trade magazines, company websites, and press releases all represent sources of practical information.
 
Scholarly or academic articles are usually written usually by professors and have a methodology applied to the examination of a specific problem or observation.
 
It is important to be able to distinguish a scholarly article from a practical article. Go through this tutorial to see how they differ.
 
Sample scholarly article

Sample practical or trade article

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