The book organizes information into four sections. Section I provides foundational information in professionalism and management overview. Section II focuses on human aspects of supervision, including how to supervise teams. Section III is devoted to organizational issues including leadership, corporate culture and politics, and change, innovation, and entrepreneurship. The final section addresses the areas of finance and accounting, marketing and customer service, operations, and law and ethics.
Clear and concise, Supervision is a valuable instructional tool for those who find themselves underprepared for the management of others. The text is ideal for professional schools offering practical courses on supervision and management practice.