The websites listed are not the only websites available for management information. For a complete list of websites recommended by the business librarian, please refer to the master list found in the General Management Recommended Websites section of our business and public management webpages.
This site is a complete online resource for students who are interested in completing an MBA degree program. Students can search an extensive list of programs offering MBA degrees and obtain valuable information about career options.
American Management Association International homepage
Home site of a non-profit educational organization that publishes a variety of print and electronic media, promoting organizational effectiveness. It offers a job opportunity center online, and TrendWatch, an online magazine from Management Review.
U.S. Business Administration
A government site devoted to supporting small business concerns. Provides the basics, such as starting your business, hiring employees, legal and tax considerations, and other information. Provides a section for minority-owned and women-owned small businesses. Also includes a topical section on small business issues, such as disaster recovery, and a section on getting out, for those who want to make a change.
The following list of titles may be found in the Business Reference Department of the Spencer Road Branch Library. To locate other print resources on finance and investment, please search the library's catalog.
Encyclopedia of Management (5th edition)
BR 658.003 Encyclopedia
A one volume book on all aspects of management. Easy to understand definitions are indexed alphabetically.
Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management
BR 658.003 Blackwell
This 13 volume reference work gives an exhaustive treatment to the subject of management. The definitions are given in a comprehensive format. A separate index is provided.
The library district subscribes to several online databases that may help you with your research. Those with a "Remote Access" button can be used from your home computer with a valid library card.
Following the link to the electronic databases will take you out of the Business & Public Management web pages and into the main library pages.
For information regarding general management, you may want to try ABI/Inform or Business Source Premier. With these databases you may do keyword searches to find articles pertaining to your research. You may want to limit your results to full-text only.
These are not the only databases available to assist you, please check out the entire list of databases to see if there is something that better meets your needs.
When searching the catalog for books on managment you may want to do a subject or title keyword search using one or more of the following terms:
Following the link to the library's catalog will take you out of the Business & Public Management web pages and into the main library pages.