Linked with the skill development concept, Management: Linking Knowledge and Skills emphasizes the concept of Self-Management. Principles of Self-Management and related concepts are scattered throughout the text including self-awareness, perceptions, values, emotions, stress in addition to a specific integrated treatment of Self-Management. Management: Linking Knowledge and Skills provides a unique perspective by devoting an entire chapter (Chapter 3) to the concept of Self-Management. The principles and concepts are woven through the remaining chapters. This emphasis on Self-Management provides a practical, unique, and contemporary framework for the skill development sections. Management: Linking Knowledge and Skills will establish a framework for Self-Management as a way to provide a theoretical foundation for integrating skill development with traditional approaches focusing on research-based knowledge and application. The underlying approach to Management: Linking Knowledge and Skills is integration of research findings and applications (knowing about the field of management) with skill development (knowing how to do specific management tasks). This approach covers not only the knowledge-acquisition principles present in most textbooks but also the skill-development principles that are frequently covered through supplementary materials.
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