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Table of Contents Introduction Market Trends Summary What They Do Work Environment How to Become One Pay Job Outlook Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management Program Description Major Course Sequence and Description Wiley Textbook Recommendations by Course Wiley Difference in Business BSG Solutions and Services About Us Curriculum & Program Development Subject Matter Experts Wiley Professional Development References


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Market Trends Summary Quick Facts: Project Managers

2009 Median Pay

$100,000* per year

Entry-Level Education

Bachelor’s Degree

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

None

On-the-job Training

None

Number of Jobs, 2010

1,200,000

Job Outlook, 2010-2020

16% (about as fast as average)

*Median base salary for project managers in 2009, according to the PMI Project Management Salary Survey.

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What They Do & Work Environment Project management is setting and achieving reasonable and attainable goals. It is the process of planning, organizing, and overseeing how and when these goals are met. Unlike business managers who oversee a specific functional business area, project managers orchestrate all aspects of time-limited, discrete projects. For instance, a project manager who's overseeing the development of a new product or service may manage folks from departments as disparate as marketing, IT, and human resources. Everyone practices project management to some degree: Farmers plan what, when, and how they're going to plant; how they're going to take care of their crops as they grow; and how and when they're going to harvest those crops. Parents plan what they're going to prepare for their children for dinner. (If they have strong project management skills, of course, they delegate things like setting and clearing the table to the kids.) And so on. In business, project management is an art, a skill, and a demanding full-time job. Project managers (PMs) are key employees in such industries as construction, engineering, architecture, manufacturing, and real estate development, but many opportunities for PMs exist outside these areas. In high tech, biotech, or pharmaceuticals, for example, project managers are responsible for launching new products, developing new technologies, and managing alliance programs with strategic partners. Large corporations such as insurance companies and banks may also hire PMs to manage the implementation of new standards or practices in their many branch offices. Internet companies often look for project managers to oversee site launches or the development of new applications. Whether a project involves releasing a product, building out a new office site, or launching a rocket, PMs make sure everything comes together in a timely, cost-effective manner-and take the heat if it doesn't. Their highprofile, high-risk work demands multitasking ability, analytical thinking, and excellent communication skills. Duties The project manager oversees the planning, implementing, quality control, and status reporting on a given project. He or she manages the project team, which typically consists of people from all the areas of the PM's organization. The project manager is responsible for precisely defining the scope of the project; preparing the project schedule, and updating that schedule as it evolves; proposing the project budget, and then managing the project so that it doesn't cause cost overruns; making sure the project team has the supplies and human resources necessary to get the project done on time and on budget; identifying and minimizing potential risks to the project timeline and budget; making sure that all project team members understand what their responsibilities are; communicating the project's progression to management; and ensuring the quality of the team's work and any supplies or materials used by the team. In most cases, a project is planned down to the daily or even hourly level, and a formal schedule is developed using the Critical Path Method (CPM), a precedence-based technique that determines the sequence in which things must happen. Milestones punctuate most project schedules, indicating the required completion of various steps. All project managers are familiar with at least one CPM scheduling software application, such as Microsoft Project, Primavera, Scitor Project Scheduler, AEC FastTrack, CA-SuperProject, or Kidasa Milestones. Many scheduling applications are tailored to specific industries or project types, but all use CPM precedence methodology. There is also a recent trend towards using the power of the Internet as a project management tool. A few Web-based solutions that are quickly gaining momentum include Autotask, eProject, and Basecamp. 4


[ PROJECT MANAGEMENT MARKET TRENDS & CURRICULUM GUIDE ] Most scheduling programs also help allocate resources, another big part of a project manager's job. If you are running a software development project, for example, you have to know how many engineers will be available and how many hours they'll need to work. Likewise, if you're running a construction project involving cranes and excavators that must be leased on an hourly basis, you'll need to know when to have those machines on site to get the most work done for the least money. Balancing limited labor, materials, and other resources is a difficult task that earns a good project manager top dollar. Very few people start in the field as full-fledged project managers. Most are offered an assistant position on a project management team and are assigned responsibility for one aspect of the work. As you gain experience, you may be assigned more and more tasks to manage, until you're ready to lead others in completing an entire project. Other newcomers start out with primarily technical jobs, creating, tracking, and updating the schedule using a software program; reviewing documents, and writing reports. Project Coordinator Project coordinator is an entry-level position that offers exposure to the work done by project managers. It's usually an administrative position involving a great deal of paperwork. You generate and distribute the reports that keep the project management team, owners, company staff, and others informed of a project's progress. You also schedule meetings and assist the management team in any way possible. Project Scheduler For larger projects, a project scheduler runs the software, inputting the information supplied by the management team and updating files as needed. This is a technical position that involves a great deal of computer work and little actual management. Assistant Project Manager Assistant PMs do not necessarily assist the project manager directly. Rather, they're usually assigned specific tasks to manage. They meet regularly with the PM to report progress and problems. Project Manager In this position, you may run a project yourself or lead a management team, delegating task management to assistants. PMs report to the "owner" of a project-whether that's a real estate developer, government agency, or your company's senior management. You oversee budget and schedule, and take responsibility for the project's proper completion. Senior Project Manager Many large organizations that tackle multiple projects at once (especially construction and engineering companies) employ a senior project manager. The senior project manager supervises a company's various project managers, coordinating the allocation of company resources, approving costs, and deciding which projects should take priority.

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How to Become One Educational requirements for project managers vary greatly according to the type of projects they manage. For construction projects, a civil engineering degree is usually required. High-tech PMs may need a degree in electrical engineering or computer science. And in most cases, the most successful project managers have some type of formal business training, such as an MBA. Project management has a direct effect on a company's bottom line, so a PM must be able to evaluate a project's financial repercussions from a corporate point of view. Project managers also need strong leadership skills, the ability to set and stick to a schedule, multitasking ability, analytical thinking, strong communication skills, and an orientation toward getting things done.

Pay Performance based compensation is the norm for project managers. They are encouraged to "buy in" to the success of your project, and there are usually incentives to keep costs down. If project managers complete an assignment ahead of schedule or under budget, a bonus is usually their reward. For example, in hard-bid construction, the project manager’s bonus is based on a company's profit from a project. A project manager who does a good job on a construction project can make a substantial bonus. Median annual wages in 2012* were:     

Project coordinator: $45,000 Project scheduler: $63,000 Assistant project manager: $64,900 Project manager: $82,000, + bonus Senior project manager: $100,000 + bonus

*Median salaries for 2012, according to glassdoor.com.

Job Outlook In general, the field of project management is incredibly hot-but the outlook might be brightest for PMs in the biotech and high-tech arenas. As might be expected, project management opportunities depend on the number of projects taking place. When the economy is booming, demand for PMs is usually high. When the economy is slow, look for opportunities in hot industry sectors, where a lot of projects are taking place. A wide range of industries use PMs to handle everything from launching new products to leading restructuring efforts to converting MIS systems. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent job growth for project managers in construction through 2014. Increasing complexity of construction projects could, however, drive demand slightly above average. The outlook is much stronger for product managers in industries with strong growth prospects, such as high tech and biotechnology.

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Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management Program Description The Project Management Bachelor’s Degree program is designed to help provide you with the tools, techniques and skills needed to effectively manage projects. The curriculum covers in detail the nine knowledge areas specified by the industry standard for project management. The program integrates business foundation courses with the theory and the practice of project management in order to prepare well-equipped and skilled project managers. Program Objectives Upon completion of the program, students will be able to pursue career opportunities, such as:        

Project Manager General Manager Director of Project Management Director of Human Resources Management Vice President of Production Management Construction General Manager Director of Technology Services And many more!

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Major Course Sequence Semester I, II, or III General Education Core Courses

Semester IV Accounting Principles I This is the beginning course in accounting principles and procedures for proprietorships, partnerships and corporations. Students learn the preparation of financial statements, and management's use of accounting data, and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Computers in Business This is a course in computer literacy that covers computer concepts and typical activities computers are used for in business. It includes an introduction to hardware and software, operating systems, word processing, spreadsheet, database and electronic mail. Students will learn to appreciate the value of ethical conduct in a business/computer environment. Computer Concepts I This course demystifies computers and helps students discover how they work. Solves practical computing problems using technology. Students will explores the Internet and create basic web pages. Students will discuss ethical issues and their impact on how these issues effect society. Prerequisites: English Composition I; Office Computing I Introduction to Business This course is a survey course which studies the field of business including topics such as management, finance, accounting, marketing, production, computers, international business, small business, investments, and general business interest. Legal Environment of Business This course provides an understanding of the legal environment of business and organizations with emphasis on current social, political, and ethical forces influencing the law of business, particularly business contracts and agency relationships.

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[ PROJECT MANAGEMENT MARKET TRENDS & CURRICULUM GUIDE ] Semester V Accounting Principles II Part two in the journey of Accounting Principles and procedures for proprietorships, partnerships and corporations. This is an advanced course in the preparations of financial statements, and management's use of accounting data. Prerequisite: Accounting Principles I Computer Concepts II This course evaluates, selects and applies computer technology to solve practical problems. Students will use Internet technologies to organize and display information using databases and address ethical issues. Recommended: Introduction to Computers Prerequisites: English Composition I; Office Computing I; Computer Concepts I Cost Accounting This course covers cost accounting concepts, application, and techniques employed in the accumulation and reporting of manufacturing cost data. Particular attention shall be paid to job order costing, process costing, joint and by-product costing, standard costs, budgeting and analysis of variances. Prerequisite: Accounting Principles I Principles of Microeconomics This course is a microscopic view of the nature of economics, economic concepts, and institutions. Emphasis is placed on the role of the price system in directing the production of goods and services, distribution of income, and comparative economic systems. Introduction to Management This course is an introductory course to management theory which introduces students to basic functions of planning, organizing, directing, leading, and controlling as well as factors which contribute to change in current management approaches. Prerequisite: Introduction to Business

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[ PROJECT MANAGEMENT MARKET TRENDS & CURRICULUM GUIDE ] Semester VI Principles of Macroeconomics This course takes a broad view of the resources and goals of the economy such as national income, unemployment, money and banking, fiscal and monetary policy, contemporary problems, economic growth, and international economics. Statistics This course will provide experience in collecting data, analyzing data, and the writing of statistical reports. Students will study statistical concepts through activities and projects which involve the collecting and analyzing of data. Techniques for summarizing, analyzing and interpreting large sets of data will also be discussed. Emphasis will be on practical problem-solving with real data sets using appropriate computer software packages. Students will achieve experience with methods of statistical decision-making, parameters, probability, sampling inference and testing, comparative experiments, linear correlation, and time series analysis as related to business. Prerequisite: Introduction to Business Math Business Communication This is an application-oriented communication course, which delves into developing and writing of reports, briefings of business issues, multimedia presentations, messages to employees, publications, memos, and other business forms. Prerequisites: Computers in Business; English Composition I Project Management This course covers the history, current practice, and future directions of project management. Principles and concepts of project management are presented and discussed within the context of the knowledge areas and process groups defined in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Concepts covered include process groups from initiation through closure; techniques for estimating and reporting; management of risk, quality, resources, and communications; earned value analysis; agile and extreme methods; project office implementations. At the end of this course the student will be able to: Write a clear, concise project charter document and a project scope statement to launch a project. Build a comprehensive project schedule to realize defined requirements given time and cost constraints. Create, analyze, and respond to project tracking/control reports in the areas of requirements, staffing, incidents/quality, schedule, milestones, earned value, and risk. Analyze change, configuration, and quality management processes as they impact the success of a project. Apply appropriate project management techniques based upon: the size and scope of the project; organizational structure, maturity, and culture; procurement needs, and Project Management Office (PMO) considerations. Prerequisites: Computers in Business; English Composition II; Business Math; Software Design; Cost Accounting

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[ PROJECT MANAGEMENT MARKET TRENDS & CURRICULUM GUIDE ] Semester VII Principles of Management This course is a comprehensive study of the coordination of resources for the purpose of achieving organizational goals. Student's conceptual competencies will be enhanced by understanding the managerial processes of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling organizational activities. Critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making skills are developed through case analysis. The course uses written communication skills through written case reports and class presentations. Competency building exercises teach students how to apply knowledge and skills to implement creative and innovative solutions to organizational problems, as well as how to identify, analyze, and evaluate organizational opportunities. Human Resource Management Human Resource Management is the function within an organization that focuses on recruitment, management, and direction for the people who work in the organization. It is the organizational function that deals with issues related to people such as compensation, hiring, performance management, organization development, safety, wellness, benefits, employee motivation, communication, administration, and training. Organizational Behavior Organizational Behavior (OB) is the study of how individuals and groups impact the behavior within an organization. This course is an integration of behavioral science concepts as applied to business and industry, and the theories dealing with individuals, small groups, and communications in organizations. The class material will include both theory and practical application of Organizational Behavior in organizations. It is a field of systematic study that focuses on improving productivity, quality, and assisting practitioners to develop methods to empower people as well as to design and implement to change programs. We live in a world characterized by rapid change, globalization, and diversity. OB offers insights in these areas while providing guidance for managers in creating an ethically healthy work climate. Business Ethics This course delves into the content and language an organization’s business code of ethics. It teaches students that having a business code of ethics doesn't guarantee that employees will comply with it, or that they will even understand the issues driving it. Students will learns the challenges of turning an organization's business code of ethics into a relevant, engaging guide that inspires a workforce toward principled behaviors. Students will learn about the content and language capable of winning over the most pessimistic or cynical workers as well as techniques to ensure a business code of ethics becomes a valuable, living document that actively engages employees.

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[ PROJECT MANAGEMENT MARKET TRENDS & CURRICULUM GUIDE ] Semester VIII Business Finance A study in the principles of business finance with emphasis on financial analysis, investment decisions, cost of capital, and procurement of funds. This course covers a range of subjects from the need of keeping books and common book-keeping methods, credit control techniques and methods, debt recovery procedures, costing and pricing models and methods, breakeven analyses, and much more. Prerequisites: Introduction to Accounting Principles II; Principles of Microeconomics; Principles of Macroeconomics Marketing Principles This course is designed to help students identify and understand the basic concepts used by marketing departments and the issues involved in the application of these concepts. The general goal is to have students learn the nature of some key marketing terms, problems, and the basic methods used to solve these problems. This introductory course provides an understanding of the scope of marketing and its environment, social responsibility and ethics in marketing, the elements of the marketing mix-product, price, promotion, and distribution, how consumers make decisions, and how to research and identify target markets. Management Information Systems The study of Management Information Systems and decision support systems with a focus on computerbased model development techniques. This course also covers the relationship among advanced information technologies, business processes, and organization performance. Also includes the economic perspective which arises in managing and controlling information systems. Topics include cost and performance trends in information technology, software development cost estimation, system project management, pricing computer services, and strategic use of information technology. Contract Administration Students will learn the technical and fundamental procedures basic to contract administration. This course examines both theory and practice, emphasizing enforcement of contract terms and conditions, cost overruns, change orders, disputes and appeals, financial analysis, contract authority and interpretation, production surveillance, quality assurances, and audit. Organization Theory This course is designed to help students understand the basic concepts of organizational theory by studying the impact of the social sciences upon organizational life. By closely examining the processes and interactions within organizations and the theoretical bases upon which they are predicated, students will be able to better understand the problems facing today’s complex organizations. An extensive use of student interactive case studies will be used to conduct an in-depth exploration of topics such as individual and group motivation, the learning organization, and leadership stress. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be expected to have developed an appreciation of the importance of the culture and context of organizations, gained insight into the impact of individual behavior upon the functioning of organizations, and analyzed the various components of group processes upon issues such as power, conflict and organizational politics. Prerequisites: Human Resources Management; Principles of Management

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[ PROJECT MANAGEMENT MARKET TRENDS & CURRICULUM GUIDE ] Semester IX Contracts and Procurement The objective of this course is to teach students how to find vendors, negotiate contracts with vendors, and procure products for their organizations. This course will include multiple student group team projects. It will provide an introduction to the procurement and contracting processes, and will explore fundamental principles and techniques in detail. Emphasis is placed upon government procurement, but the student is also provided with an understanding of procurement methods and subcontracting in the private sector. This course also provides detailed explanations of the laws, regulations, and procedures during all stages of government services contracting including planning, solicitation, proposal development, evaluation, and contract administration. The latest policies and regulations relating to services are presented. The course uses, but is not limited to, the FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulations) as a text. Managing Workplace Diversity Course, which prepares students to manage diversity in the work place. Emphasis is placed on practical, experiential activities designed to help students understand the range of cultural behaviors and expectations found in the work place. Motivating Teams This course covers the skill of motivating teams as just one aspect of learning to transform systems. Other areas of learning systems and systems learning are covered such as conceptual pluralisms, communication beyond words, evoking integration and innovation, and holistic decision making. Students are also taught that no matter how much you know about social motivation, you have to learn how to communicate with people in order to motivate and facilitate processes. Prerequisites: Human Resource Management; Managing Workplace Diversity International Business This is an integrated multifunctional course which defines the basic terminology of international business, with an emphasis on an introduction to how national differences affect the business functions. This course integrates information about global economies, governmental policies, foreign cultures, multinational corporations, and discusses how national differences affect U.S. businesses.

Semester X Managing the Project Team This course introduces students to the fundamentals of project-team management, team motivation, emphasizing the management of large-scale, technically complex projects. It covers the entire project life cycle, from selection and initiation to termination and close-out. Change Management The objective of this course is to apply knowledge and practices to help organizations improve the strategies for documenting, motivating, and achieving change. This course will help students develop change programs, gain agreement on expectations, and ensure productive change agent relations including specific methods for change. Students will examine strategies and techniques for evaluating which assure persistent successful and productive change with clients. Prerequisite: Human Resources Management

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[ PROJECT MANAGEMENT MARKET TRENDS & CURRICULUM GUIDE ] Cost and Economic Analysis Students will learn the basic concepts in the analysis of contract-price by cost-price analysis techniques, learning curve, weighted guidelines, profit objectives, and analysis of the systems environment. Managing Risk One of the main objectives of a contract is to reduce risks. The contract should eliminate or reduce ambiguities about who is supposed to do what, when, and how well. The contract should also define what happens when either party fails to meet commitments. In this course, students will learn about managing contracts, vendors, and what the law provides for managing risk.

Semester XI Advanced Project Management This course will focus on several student projects, and each project will have a different set of goals and leader. In this course, students will:  Learn how to use economic thinking in making managerial decisions and motivating others to make decisions that increase the value of organizations.  Learn to reconsider accounting information for managerial decision making, and will then take this information and transform it into financial guidelines for deciding among capital ventures, product and service offerings, funding options, and budgets.  Gain a working knowledge of marketing management by learning to think strategically and to develop marketing plans aligning marketing initiatives with market opportunities. Students will be able to implement the functional strategies and marketing plans to optimize customer and organizational value.  Gain a working knowledge of managerial finance by learning to develop a systematic approach to financial analysis; to apply techniques for planning, forecasting, and managing; as well as to evaluate and recommend improvements in the organization's financial performance.  Gain a well-developed understanding of business enterprises and the entrepreneurial and strategic thinking that drives them in a dynamic, competitive regional, national, and global economy. Students will learn to apply entrepreneurial and strategic management practices (e.g., using case analysis) to organizations of varying sizes.  Develop the leadership skills to assume individual responsibility for effectively creating and producing appropriate regional, national, or global organizational outcomes; and skills in reflective thinking and critical analysis (e.g., using action research methods and tools) to convert organizational core competencies into organizational performance consistent with an organization's vision. *Final course to be taken senior year* Grants - Federal, State, and Local This course provides students with a foundation for understanding the administration of grants. The course is primarily concerned with grants by the federal government; the means by which it provides financial assistance to state and local units of government and the private (nonprofit) community; and the purposes for which such assistance are covered, including revenue sharing, concerns over federal interests in non-federal functions, impact upon intergovernmental relations, and others.

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[ PROJECT MANAGEMENT MARKET TRENDS & CURRICULUM GUIDE ] Contract Computer Law This course covers the law applying to the use of computers, software, and computer- related services. Includes intellectual property rights; contract computer law issues; how the purchases; patent rights in technical data and computer software; relevant waste, fraud, and abuse rules; and exporting data. Program Management Program Management is the process of managing several related projects. Often times, this is with the intention of improving an organization’s performance, and is in practice it is closely related to Systems Engineering. In this course, students will learn there are two different views of how programs differ from projects. A Program is based on the outcome deliverable such as an increased income from a new product or operating costs due to improved technology. Another view could be that a program is nothing more than a large project of multiple projects where the program is to exploit economies of scale to reduce coordination costs and risks. The project manager’s job is to ensure that their project succeeds. The program manager, on the other hand, may not care about individual project, but is concerned about the aggregate result or end-state. Students will learn about the multitasking of multiple projects within projects. Prerequisites: Principles of Management; Human Resources Management; first semester Advanced Project Management

Semester XII Productivity Measurement and Improvement Students learn the tools to measuring personnel and staff productivity levels in productivity measurement and improvement in order to build balanced scorecards. This course teaches students to create scorecards on the inner workings on how the staff is doing, and how to know the inner workings of the company in order to improve productivity in the work place. Prerequisites: Human Resources Management; Organizational Behavior International Business Negotiations Students will learn the differences between international and domestic business negotiations, including language, customs, religion, and political and legal systems, and other cultural consideration. This course discusses the various strategies and tactics used in negotiations, and uses extensive role-playing with these techniques to develop recognition and countering skills. Prerequisites: Principles of Management; Managing the Project Team; Contracts and Procurement Electronic Commerce in Project Management This course builds a foundation for the challenges facing the contracting professional during conversion to electronic commerce in the project management teams. Includes definitions; the engineering aspects of converting from a paper-driven system; productivity and re-engineering; authorizing statutes and regulations; surveys of currently available systems; computer security; and the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for the future. Contracting for Information Resources This course illustrates how to structure and negotiate hardware and software contracts and clearly underlines the responsibilities of both the buyer and seller. Students will learn key contracting problems emphasized are reliability standards, acceptance testing, performance and measurement, quality control, maintenance, progress reports, and payments.

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Wiley Textbook Recommendations by Course Accounting Principles I Accounting Principles, 11th Edition Jerry J. Weygandt ISBN: 978-1-1181-3003-2

Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 5th Edition Paul D. Kimmel, Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso ISBN: 978-1-1181-2816-9

Core Concepts of Accounting, 2nd Edition Cecily A. Raiborn ISBN: 978-0-470-49947-4

Financial Accounting as a Second Language, 1st Edition David P. Weiner ISBN: 978-0-470-04388-2

Financial Accounting in an Economic Context, 9th Edition Jamie Pratt ISBN: 978-1-118-58255-8

Financial Accounting, 9th Edition Jerry J. Weygandt, Paul D. Kimmel, Donald E. Kieso ISBN: 978-1-118-33432-4 Financial Accounting: IFRS Edition, 2nd Edition Jerry J. Weygandt, Paul D. Kimmel, Donald E. Kieso ISBN: 978-1-1182-8590-9

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Financial and Managerial Accounting Jerry J. Weygandt, Paul D. Kimmel, Donald E. Kieso ISBN: 978-1-1180-0423-4

Mastering Financial Accounting Essentials: The Critical Nuts and Bolts Stuart A. McCrary ISBN: 978-0-470-39332-1

Wiley GAAP 2014: Interpretation and Application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Joanne Flood ISBN: 978-1-118-73432-2

Wiley IFRS 2014: Interpretation and Application of International Financial Reporting Standards Bruce Mackenzie ISBN: 978-1-118-73409-4

Wiley IFRS: Practical Implementation Guide and Workbook, 4th Edition Abbas A. Mirza, Graham Holt, Liesel Knorr ISBN: 978-1-118-63859-0

Understanding IFRS Fundamentals: International Financial Reporting Standards, 2nd Edition Abbas A. Mirza, Nandakumar Ankarath ISBN: 978-1-118-61768-7

Computers in Business Microsoft Office 2010 with Microsoft Office 2010 Evaluation Software Microsoft Official Academic Course (Microsoft Corporation) ISBN: 978-0-470-90850-1

Computer Concepts I HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible, 5th Edition Steven M. Schafer ISBN: 978-0-470-52396-4

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Introduction to Business Contemporary Business, 15th Edition Louis E. Boone, David L. Kurtz ISBN: 978-1-1182-9198-6

Accounting Principles II Accounting Principles, 11th Edition Jerry J. Weygandt ISBN: 978-1-1181-3003-2

Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 5th Edition Paul D. Kimmel, Jerry J. Weygandt, Donald E. Kieso ISBN: 978-1-1181-2816-9

Financial and Managerial Accounting Jerry J. Weygandt, Paul D. Kimmel, Donald E. Kieso ISBN: 978-1-1180-0423-4

Managerial Accounting, 2nd Edition Charles E. Davis, Elizabeth B. Davis ISBN: 978-1-118-54863-9

Managerial Accounting, 2nd Edition Ramji Balakrishnan, Konduru Sivaramakrishnan, Geoff Sprinkle ISBN: 978-1-1183-8538-8

Managerial Accounting, 5th Edition James Jiambalvo ISBN: 978-1-1180-7876-1

Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 6th Edition Jerry J. Weygandt, Paul D. Kimmel, Donald E. Kieso ISBN: 978-1-1180-9689-5

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The Controller's Function: The Work of the Managerial Accountant, 4th Edition Steven M. Bragg ISBN: 978-0-470-93742-6

Computer Concepts II Beginning Database Design Solutions Rod Stephens ISBN: 978-0-470-38549-4

Cost Accounting Cost Management: Measuring, Monitoring, and Motivating Performance Leslie G. Eldenburg, Susan Wolcott ISBN: 978-0-471-20549-4

Principles of Microeconomics Economics for Investment Decision Makers Workbook: Micro, Macro, and International Economics Christopher D. Piros, Jerald E. Pinto ISBN: 978-1-1181-1196-3

Economics for Investment Decision Makers: Micro, Macro, and International Economics Christopher D. Piros, Jerald E. Pinto, Larry Harris (Foreword by) ISBN: 978-1-1181-0536-8

Economics of Strategy, 6th Edition David Besanko, David Dranove, Scott Schaefer, Mark Shanley ISBN: 978-1-1182-7363-0

Economics: Theory and Practice, 10th Edition Patrick J. Welch, Gerry F. Welch ISBN: 978-1-1182-3359-7

International Economics, 11th Edition Dominick Salvatore ISBN: 978-1-1181-7793-8

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Introduction to Economics: Social Issues and Economic Thinking Wendy A. Stock ISBN: 978-0-470-57478-2

Microeconomics as a Second Language Martha L. Olney ISBN: 978-0-470-43373-7

Microeconomics: Theory and Applications, 11th Edition Edgar K. Browning, Mark A. Zupan ISBN: 978-1-1180-6554-9

The Little Book of Economics: How the Economy Works in the Real World, Revised and Updated Greg Ip ISBN: 978-1-1183-9157-0

Where Am I Eating? An Adventure Through the Global Food Economy Kelsey Timmerman ISBN: 978-1-1183-5115-4

Introduction to Management Exploring Management, 4th Edition John R. Schermerhorn ISBN: 978-1-118-62019-9

The Dynamics of Conflict: A Guide to Engagement and Intervention, 2nd Edition Bernard Mayer ISBN: 978-0-470-61353-5

Principles of Macroeconomics Economics for Investment Decision Makers Workbook: Micro, Macro, and International Economics Christopher D. Piros, Jerald E. Pinto ISBN: 978-1-1181-1196-3

Economics for Investment Decision Makers: Micro, Macro, and International Economics Christopher D. Piros, Jerald E. Pinto, Larry Harris (Foreword by) ISBN: 978-1-1181-0536-8 20

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Economics of Strategy, 6th Edition David Besanko, David Dranove, Scott Schaefer, Mark Shanley ISBN: 978-1-1182-7363-0

Economics: Theory and Practice, 10th Edition Patrick J. Welch, Gerry F. Welch ISBN: 978-1-1182-3359-7

International Economics, 11th Edition Dominick Salvatore ISBN: 978-1-1181-7793-8

Introduction to Economics: Social Issues and Economic Thinking Wendy A. Stock ISBN: 978-0-470-57478-2

Macroeconomics as a Second Language Martha L. Olney ISBN: 978-0-470-50538-0

Macroeconomics: Understanding the Global Economy, 3rd Edition David Miles, Andrew Scott, Francis Breedon ISBN: 978-1-1199-9572-2

Monetary Policy John Fender ISBN: 978-0-470-01909-2

The Little Book of Economics: How the Economy Works in the Real World, Revised and Updated Greg Ip ISBN: 978-1-1183-9157-0

Where Am I Eating? An Adventure Through the Global Food Economy Kelsey Timmerman ISBN: 978-1-1183-5115-4

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Statistics Business Statistics: For Contemporary Decision Making, 8th Edition Ken Black ISBN: 978-1-118-49476-9

Essential Statistics for Economics, Business and Management Teresa Bradley ISBN: 978-0-470-85079-4

Introductory Statistics, 8th Edition Prem S. Mann ISBN: 978-0-470-90410-7

Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data Robin H. Lock, Patti Frazer Lock, Kari Lock Morgan, Eric F. Lock, Dennis F. Lock ISBN: 978-0-470-60187-7

The Flaw of Averages: Why We Underestimate Risk in the Face of Uncertainty Sam L. Savage, Jeff Danziger (Illustrator), Harry M. Markowitz (Foreword by) ISBN: 978-1-1180-7375-9

Business Communication Communication Counts: Business Presentations for Busy People Mary Civiello, Arlene Matthews ISBN: 978-0-470-17894-2

Digital Communication Systems Simon Haykin ISBN: 978-0-471-64735-5

Management Communication, 3rd Edition Arthur H. Bell, Dayle M. Smith ISBN: 978-0-470-08445-8

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World Class Communication: How great CEO's win with the public, shareholders, employees, and the media Virgil Scudder, Ken Scudder ISBN: 978-1-1182-3005-3

Project Management A Project Manager's Book of Forms: A Companion to the PMBOK Guide, 2nd Edition Cynthia Snyder Stackpole ISBN: 978-1-1184-3078-1

PMP - Practice Makes Perfect: Over 1000 PMP Practice Questions and Answers John Estrella, Charles Duncan, Sami Zahran, James Haner, Rubin Jen ISBN: 978-1-1181-6976-6

Project Management Case Studies, 4th Edition Harold Kerzner ISBN: 978-1-1180-2228-3

Project Management in Practice, 5th Edition Jack R. Meredith, Samuel J. Mantel, Jr., Scott M. Shafer, Margaret M. Sutton ISBN: 978-1-118-67466-6

Project Management JumpStart, 3rd Edition Kim Heldman ISBN: 978-0-470-93919-2

Project Management Workbook and PMP/CAPM Exam Study Guide, 11th Edition Harold Kerzner ISBN: 978-1-1185-5253-7

Project Management: A Managerial Approach, 8th Edition Jack R. Meredith, Samuel J. Mantel ISBN: 978-0-470-53302-4

Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling, 11th Edition Harold Kerzner ISBN: 978-1-1180-2227-6

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The New One-Page Project Manager: Communicate and Manage Any Project With A Single Sheet of Paper, 2nd Edition Clark A. Campbell, Mick Campbell ISBN: 978-1-1183-7837-3

Wiley Pathways Project Management, 1st Edition Stanley E. Portny, Samuel J. Mantel, Jack R. Meredith, Scott M. Shafer, Margaret M. Sutton with Brian E. Kramer ISBN: 978-0-470-11124-6

Your Project Management Coach: Best Practices for Managing Projects in the Real World Bonnie Biafore, Teresa Stover ISBN: 978-1-1181-4424-4

Principles of Management Becoming a Master Manager: A Competing Values Approach, 5th Edition Robert E. Quinn, Sue R. Faerman, Michael P. Thompson, Michael McGrath, Lynda S. St. Clair ISBN: 978-0-470-28466-7

Contemporary Business, 15th Edition Louis E. Boone, David L. Kurtz ISBN: 978-1-1182-9198-6

Management, 1st Edition Christopher P. Neck, Charles L. Lattimer, Jeffery Houghton 978-1-118-74954-8

Exploring Management, 4th Edition John R. Schermerhorn ISBN: 978-1-118-62019-9

Foundations of Strategy Robert M. Grant, Judith Jordan ISBN: 978-0-470-97127-7

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Leading Apple with Steve Jobs: Management Lessons from a Controversial Genius Jay Elliot ISBN: 978-1-1183-7952-3

Likeonomics: The Unexpected Truth Behind Earning Trust, Influencing Behavior, and Inspiring Action Rohit Bhargava ISBN: 978-1-1181-3753-6

Management Mistakes and Successes, 10th Edition Robert F. Hartley ISBN: 978-0-470-53052-8

Management Reset: Organizing for Sustainable Effectiveness Edward E. Lawler, III, Christopher G. Worley with David Creelman ISBN: 978-0-470-63798-2

Management, 12th Edition John R. Schermerhorn ISBN: 978-1-1181-1392-9

The Deep Change Field Guide: A Personal Course to Discovering the Leader Within Robert E. Quinn ISBN: 978-0-470-90216-5

The Dynamics of Conflict: A Guide to Engagement and Intervention, 2nd Edition Bernard Mayer ISBN: 978-0-470-61353-5

World Class Communication: How great CEO's win with the public, shareholders, employees, and the media Virgil Scudder, Ken Scudder ISBN: 978-1-1182-3005-3

Human Resource Management Appreciative Inquiry: Change at the Speed of Imagination, 2nd Edition Jane Magruder Watkins, Bernard J. Mohr ISBN: 978-0-470-52797-9

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Best Practices in Talent Management: How the World's Leading Corporations Manage, Develop, and Retain Top Talent Marshall Goldsmith, Louis Carter, The Best Practice Institute ISBN: 978-0-470-49961-0

Building Better Teams: 70 Tools and Techniques for Strengthening Performance Within and Across Teams Robert Barner, Charlotte P. Barner ISBN: 978-1-1181-2726-1

Conflict Management for Managers: Resolving Workplace, Client, and Policy Disputes Susan S. Raines ISBN: 978-0-470-93111-0

Developing and Enhancing High-Performance Teams: Evidence-based Best Practices and Guidelines Eduardo Salas, Scott Tannenbaum, Deborah Cohen, Gary Latham ISBN: 978-1-1181-4589-0

Fundamentals of Human Resource Management, 11th Edition David A. DeCenzo, Stephen P. Robbins, Susan L. Verhulst ISBN: 978-0-470-91012-2

Handbook of Human Resource Management in Government, 3rd Edition Stephen E. Condrey (Editor) ISBN: 978-0-470-48404-3

Human Resource Management, 2nd Edition Greg L. Stewart, Kenneth G. Brown ISBN: 978-0-470-53049-8

Human Resources Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations: A Strategic Approach, 4th Edition Joan E. Pynes ISBN: 978-1-118-39862-3

Improving Performance: How to Manage the White Space on the Organization Chart, Updated Geary A. Rummler, Alan P. Brache ISBN: 978-1-1181-4370-4

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Leadership Arthur Padilla ISBN: 978-0-470-90720-7

Leading Culture Change in Global Organizations: Aligning Culture and Strategy Daniel Denison, Robert Hooijberg, Nancy Lane, Colleen Lief ISBN: 978-0-470-90884-6

Leading Out Loud: A Guide for Engaging Others in Creating the Future, 3rd Edition Terry Pearce ISBN: 978-0-470-90769-6

Talent Intelligence: What You Need to Know to Identify and Measure Talent Nik Kinley, Shlomo Ben-Hur ISBN: 978-1-118-53118-1

Managing Human Resources for Environmental Sustainability Susan E. Jackson, Deniz S. Ones, Stephan Dilchert ISBN: 978-0-470-88720-2

Mediation Ethics: Cases and Commentaries Ellen Waldman ISBN: 978-0-7879-9588-1

Reading the Room: Group Dynamics for Coaches and Leaders David Kantor ISBN: 978-0-470-90343-8

Results Management: Effective People Management to Achieve Excellent Results Teong Wan Ong ISBN: 978-0-470-82414-6

Scenario-based e-Learning: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Online Workforce Learning Ruth C. Clark, Richard E. Mayer ISBN: 978-1-1181-2725-4

Strategy-Driven Talent Management: A Leadership Imperative Rob Silzer, Ben E. Dowell ISBN: 978-0-7879-8847-0 Visit www.wiley.com/go/bsg/pm for detailed information on each title.

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Team Building: Proven Strategies for Improving Team Performance, 5th Edition W. Gibb Dyer, Jr., Jeffrey H. Dyer, William G. Dyer ISBN: 978-1-1181-0513-9

Technology-Enhanced Assessment of Talent Nancy T. Tippins, Seymour Adler ISBN: 978-0-470-59158-1

The Book of Business Awesome / The Book of Business UnAwesome Scott Stratten ISBN: 978-1-1183-1522-4

Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity David Sibbet ISBN: 978-0-470-60178-5

Organizational Behavior A Primer on Organizational Behavior, 7th Edition James L. Bowditch, Anthony F. Buono ISBN: 978-0-470-08695-7

Becoming a Master Manager: A Competing Values Approach, 5th Edition Robert E. Quinn, Sue R. Faerman, Michael P. Thompson, Michael McGrath, Lynda S. St. Clair ISBN: 978-0-470-28466-7

Building Better Teams: 70 Tools and Techniques for Strengthening Performance Within and Across Teams Robert Barner, Charlotte P. Barner ISBN: 978-1-1181-2726-1

Change Leader: Learning to Do What Matters Most Michael Fullan ISBN: 978-0-470-58213-8

Diagnosing and Changing Organizational Culture: Based on the Competing Values Framework, 3rd Edition Kim S. Cameron, Robert E. Quinn ISBN: 978-0-470-65026-4 28

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Improving Performance: How to Manage the White Space on the Organization Chart, Updated Geary A. Rummler, Alan P. Brache ISBN: 978-1-1181-4370-4

Judgment in Managerial Decision Making, 8th Edition Max H. Bazerman, Don A. Moore ISBN: 978-1-1180-6570-9

Leadership Arthur Padilla ISBN: 978-0-470-90720-7

Leading Culture Change in Global Organizations: Aligning Culture and Strategy Daniel Denison, Robert Hooijberg, Nancy Lane, Colleen Lief ISBN: 978-0-470-90884-6

Leading Out Loud: A Guide for Engaging Others in Creating the Future, 3rd Edition Terry Pearce ISBN: 978-0-470-90769-6

Management and Organization Theory: A Jossey-Bass Reader Jeffrey A. Miles ISBN: 978-1-1180-0895-9

Management Reset: Organizing for Sustainable Effectiveness Edward E. Lawler, III, Christopher G. Worley with David Creelman ISBN: 978-0-470-63798-2

Organizational Behavior, 13th Edition Mary Uhl-Bien, John R. Schermerhorn, Jr., Richard N. Osborn ISBN: 978-1-118-51737-6

Organizational Behavior, 3rd Edition Michael A. Hitt, Adrienne Colella, C. Chet Miller ISBN: 978-0-470-52853-2

Organizational Culture and Leadership, 4th Edition Edgar H. Schein ISBN: 978-0-470-19060-9 Visit www.wiley.com/go/bsg/pm for detailed information on each title.

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Practicing Leadership Principles and Applications, 4th Edition Arthur Shriberg, David Shriberg ISBN: 978-0-470-08698-8

Reading the Room: Group Dynamics for Coaches and Leaders David Kantor ISBN: 978-0-470-90343-8

Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice and Leadership, 5th Edition Lee G. Bolman, Terrence E. Deal ISBN: 978-1-118-57333-4

Team Building: Proven Strategies for Improving Team Performance, 5th Edition W. Gibb Dyer, Jr., Jeffrey H. Dyer, William G. Dyer ISBN: 978-1-1181-0513-9

The Deep Change Field Guide: A Personal Course to Discovering the Leader Within Robert E. Quinn ISBN: 978-0-470-90216-5

The Ropes to Skip and the Ropes to Know: Studies in Organizational Theory and Behavior, 8th Edition R. Richard Ritti, Steve Levy ISBN: 978-0-470-16967-4

The Truth about Leadership: The No-fads, Heart-of-the-Matter Facts You Need to Know James M. Kouzes, Barry Z. Posner ISBN: 978-0-470-63354-0

Work in the 21st Century: An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 4th Edition Frank J. Landy, Jeff M. Conte ISBN: 978-1-1182-9120-7

Understanding and Changing Your Management Style: Assessments and Tools for Self-Development, 2nd Edition Robert C. Benfari ISBN: 978-1-118-39946-0

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Business Ethics Anti-Fraud Risk and Control Workbook Peter Goldmann, Hilton Kaufman ISBN: 978-0-470-49653-4

Business Ethics: A Case Study Approach Stephen K. Henn ISBN: 978-0-470-45067-3

Business Ethics: An Organizational Systems Approach to Designing Ethical Organizations Denis Collins ISBN: 978-0-470-63994-8

Corporate Governance and Ethics Zabihollah Rezaee ISBN: 978-0-471-73800-8

Corporate Sustainability: Integrating Performance and Reporting Ann Brockett, Zabihollah Rezaee ISBN: 978-1-1181-2236-5

Ethics and Technology: Controversies, Questions, and Strategies for Ethical Computing, 4th Edition Herman T. Tavani ISBN: 978-1-1182-8172-7

Executive Roadmap to Fraud Prevention and Internal Control: Creating a Culture of Compliance, 2nd Edition Martin T. Biegelman, Joel T. Bartow ISBN: 978-1-1180-0458-6

Finance Ethics: Critical Issues in Theory and Practice John R. Boatright ISBN: 978-0-470-49916-0

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Investment Ethics Sarah Peck ISBN: 978-0-470-43453-6

Judgment in Managerial Decision Making, 8th Edition Max H. Bazerman, Don A. Moore ISBN: 978-1-1180-6570-9

Managing Business Ethics, 6th Edition Linda K. Trevino, Katherine A. Nelson ISBN: 978-1-118-58267-1

The A to Z of Corporate Social Responsibility, 2nd, Revised and Updated Edition Wayne Visser, Dirk Matten, Manfred Pohl, Nick Tolhurst ISBN: 978-0-470-68650-8

The Responsible Business: Reimagining Sustainability and Success Carol Sanford, Rebecca Henderson (Foreword by), Chad Holliday (Foreword by) ISBN: 978-0-470-64868-1

Business Finance Analysis of Financial Statements, 3rd Edition Pamela Peterson Drake, Frank J. Fabozzi ISBN: 978-1-1182-9998-2

Finance: Capital Markets, Financial Management, and Investment Management Frank J. Fabozzi, Pamela Peterson Drake ISBN: 978-0-470-40735-6

Financial Economics Frank J. Fabozzi, Ted Neave, Guofu Zhou ISBN: 978-0-470-59620-3

Inflated: How Money and Debt Built the American Dream R. Christopher Whalen, Nouriel Roubini (Introduction) ISBN: 978-0-470-87514-8

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Introduction to Finance: Markets, Investments, and Financial Management, 15th Edition Ronald W. Melicher, Edgar A. Norton ISBN: 978-1-118-49267-3

Investment Philosophies: Successful Strategies and the Investors Who Made Them Work, 2nd Edition Aswath Damodaran ISBN: 978-1-1180-1151-5

Investments: Analysis and Management, 12th Edition Charles P. Jones ISBN: 978-1-1183-6329-4

The Basics of Finance: An Introduction to Financial Markets, Business Finance, and Portfolio Management Pamela Peterson Drake, Frank J. Fabozzi ISBN: 978-0-470-60971-2

Valuation Techniques: Discounted Cash Flow, Earnings Quality, Measures of Value Added, and Real Options David T. Larrabee, Jason A. Voss ISBN: 978-1-1183-9743-5

Value: The Four Cornerstones of Corporate Finance McKinsey & Company Inc., Tim Koller, Richard Dobbs, Bill Huyett ISBN: 978-0-470-42460-5

Marketing Principles Inbound Marketing: Get Found Using Google, Social Media, and Blogs Brian Halligan, Dharmesh Shah, David Meerman Scott (Foreword by) ISBN: 978-0-470-49931-3

Kellogg on Marketing, 2nd Edition Alice Tybout (Editor), Bobby J. Calder (Editor), Philip Kotler (Foreword by) ISBN: 978-0-470-58014-1

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Marketing in the Participation Age: A Guide to Motivating People to Join, Share, Take Part, Connect, and Engage Daina Middleton ISBN: 978-1-1184-0230-6

Marketing Mistakes and Successes, 12th Edition Robert F. Hartley, Cindy Claycomb ISBN: 978-1-118-07846-4

Marketing Research Essentials, 8th Edition Carl McDaniel Jr., Roger Gates ISBN: 978-1-1182-4932-1

The Science of Marketing: When to Tweet, What to Post, How to Blog, and Other Proven Strategies Dan Zarrella ISBN: 978-1-1181-3827-4

Management Information Systems Accounting Information Systems: The Processes and Controls, 2nd Edition Leslie Turner, Andrea Weickgenannt ISBN: 978-1-1181-6230-9

Information Technology for Management: Advancing Sustainable, Profitable Business Growth, 9th Edition Efraim Turban, Linda Volonino, Gregory R. Wood ISBN: 978-1-1183-5704-0

Introduction to Information Systems, 5th Edition R. Kelly Rainer, Brad Prince, Casey G. Cegielski ISBN: 978-1-118-67436-9

Managing and Using Information Systems: A Strategic Approach, 5th Edition Keri E. Pearlson, Carol S. Saunders ISBN: 978-1-1182-8173-4

MIS Cases: Solving Small Business Scenarios Using Application Software, 2nd Edition Cynthia Gardner, Eugene Rathswohl ISBN: 978-1-1182-9161-0 34

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Organization Theory A Primer on Organizational Behavior, 7th Edition James L. Bowditch, Anthony F. Buono ISBN: 978-0-470-08695-7

Building Better Teams: 70 Tools and Techniques for Strengthening Performance Within and Across Teams Robert Barner, Charlotte P. Barner ISBN: 978-1-1181-2726-1

High Commitment High Performance: How to Build A Resilient Organization for Sustained Advantage Michael Beer ISBN: 978-0-7879-7228-8

Improving Performance: How to Manage the White Space on the Organization Chart, Updated Geary A. Rummler, Alan P. Brache ISBN: 978-1-1181-4370-4

Leading Culture Change in Global Organizations: Aligning Culture and Strategy Daniel Denison, Robert Hooijberg, Nancy Lane, Colleen Lief ISBN: 978-0-470-90884-6

Leading Out Loud: A Guide for Engaging Others in Creating the Future, 3rd Edition Terry Pearce ISBN: 978-0-470-90769-6

Management and Organization Theory: A Jossey-Bass Reader Jeffrey A. Miles ISBN: 978-1-1180-0895-9

Managing Complexity in Global Organizations Ulrich Steger, Wolfgang Amann, Martha Maznevski ISBN: 978-0-470-51072-8

Organizational Culture and Leadership, 4th Edition Edgar H. Schein ISBN: 978-0-470-19060-9

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Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice and Leadership, 5th Edition Lee G. Bolman, Terrence E. Deal ISBN: 978-1-118-57333-4

Team Building: Proven Strategies for Improving Team Performance, 5th Edition W. Gibb Dyer, Jr., Jeffrey H. Dyer, William G. Dyer ISBN: 978-1-1181-0513-9

The Deep Change Field Guide: A Personal Course to Discovering the Leader Within Robert E. Quinn ISBN: 978-0-470-90216-5

The Improvement Guide: A Practical Approach to Enhancing Organizational Performance, 2nd Edition Gerald J. Langley, Ronald Moen, Kevin M. Nolan, Thomas W. Nolan, Clifford L. Norman, Lloyd P. Provost ISBN: 978-0-470-19241-2

The Ropes to Skip and the Ropes to Know: Studies in Organizational Theory and Behavior, 8th Edition R. Richard Ritti, Steve Levy ISBN: 978-0-470-16967-4

White Space Revisited: Creating Value through Process Geary A. Rummler, Alan Ramias, Richard A. Rummler ISBN: 978-0-470-19234-4

Managing Workplace Diversity Leading Culture Change in Global Organizations: Aligning Culture and Strategy Daniel Denison, Robert Hooijberg, Nancy Lane, Colleen Lief ISBN: 978-0-470-90884-6

The Dynamics of Conflict: A Guide to Engagement and Intervention, 2nd Edition Bernard Mayer ISBN: 978-0-470-61353-5

The Loudest Duck: Moving Beyond Diversity while Embracing Differences to Achieve Success at Work Laura A. Liswood ISBN: 978-0-470-48584-2

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Motivating Teams Appreciative Inquiry: Change at the Speed of Imagination, 2nd Edition Jane Magruder Watkins, Bernard J. Mohr ISBN: 978-0-470-52797-9

Building Better Teams: 70 Tools and Techniques for Strengthening Performance Within and Across Teams Robert Barner, Charlotte P. Barner ISBN: 978-1-1181-2726-1

Human Factors in Project Management: Concepts, Tools, and Techniques for Inspiring Teamwork and Motivation Zachary Wong ISBN: 978-0-7879-9629-1

Motivating the "What's In It For Me?" Workforce: Manage Across the Generational Divide and Increase Profits Cam Marston ISBN: 978-0-470-12414-7

Questions That Get Results: Innovative Ideas Managers Can Use to Improve Their Teams Performance Paul Cherry, Patrick Connor ISBN: 978-0-470-76784-9

Reading the Room: Group Dynamics for Coaches and Leaders David Kantor ISBN: 978-0-470-90343-8

International Business Business Intelligence Success Factors: Tools for Aligning Your Business in the Global Economy Olivia Parr Rud ISBN: 978-0-470-39240-9

International Business, 8th Edition Michael Czinkota, Ilkka A. Ronkainen, Michael H. Moffett ISBN: 978-0-470-53065-8

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International Economics, 11th Edition Dominick Salvatore ISBN: 978-1-1181-7793-8

International Trade John McLaren ISBN: 978-0-470-40879-7

Introduction to International Economics, 3rd Edition Dominick Salvatore ISBN: 978-0-470-93489-0

The Quest for Global Dominance: Transforming Global Presence into Global Competitive Advantage, 2nd Edition Anil K. Gupta, Vijay Govindarajan, Haiyan Wang ISBN: 978-0-470-19440-9

The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy: An Economist Examines the Markets, Power, and Politics of World Trade, 2nd Edition Pietra Rivoli ISBN: 978-0-470-28716-3

Rough Diamonds: The Four Traits of Successful Breakout Firms in BRIC Countries Seung Ho Park, Gerardo R. Ungson, Nan Zhou ISBN: 978-1-118-58926-7

Managing the Project Team Strategic Project Management Made Simple: Practical Tools for Leaders and Teams Terry Schmidt ISBN: 978-0-470-41158-2

The Project Success Method: A Proven Approach for Achieving Superior Project Performance in as Little as 5 Days Clinton M. Padgett ISBN: 978-0-470-45583-8

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Change Management Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 2nd Edition John Bessant, Joe Tidd ISBN: 978-0-470-71144-6

Managing Innovation: Integrating Technological, Market and Organizational Change, 5th Edition Joe Tidd, John Bessant ISBN: 978-1-118-36063-7

Managing Technological Innovation: Competitive Advantage from Change, 3rd Edition Frederick Betz ISBN: 978-0-470-54782-3

Cost and Economic Analysis Cost and Value Management in Projects Ray R. Venkataraman, Jeffrey K. Pinto ISBN: 978-0-470-06913-4

Cost Reduction Analysis: Tools and Strategies Steven M. Bragg ISBN: 978-0-470-58726-3 Managing Risk The Failure of Risk Management: Why It's Broken and How to Fix It Douglas W. Hubbard ISBN: 978-0-470-38795-5

Advanced Project Management A Project Manager's Book of Forms: A Companion to the PMBOK Guide, 2nd Edition Cynthia Snyder Stackpole ISBN: 978-1-1184-3078-1

Project Management Case Studies, 4th Edition Harold Kerzner ISBN: 978-1-1180-2228-3

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Project Management in Practice, 5th Edition Jack R. Meredith, Samuel J. Mantel, Jr., Scott M. Shafer, Margaret M. Sutton ISBN: 978-1-118-67466-6

Project Management JumpStart, 3rd Edition Kim Heldman ISBN: 978-0-470-93919-2

Project Management Workbook and PMP/CAPM Exam Study Guide, 11th Edition Harold Kerzner ISBN: 978-1-1185-5253-7

Project Management: A Managerial Approach, 8th Edition Jack R. Meredith, Samuel J. Mantel ISBN: 978-0-470-53302-4

Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling, 11th Edition Harold Kerzner ISBN: 978-1-1180-2227-6

The New One-Page Project Manager: Communicate and Manage Any Project With A Single Sheet of Paper, 2nd Edition Clark A. Campbell, Mick Campbell ISBN: 978-1-1183-7837-3

Wiley Pathways Project Management, 1st Edition Stanley E. Portny, Samuel J. Mantel, Jack R. Meredith, Scott M. Shafer, Margaret M. Sutton with Brian E. Kramer ISBN: 978-0-470-11124-6

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Winning Grants Step by Step, 4th Edition Mim Carlson, Tori O'Neal-McElrath, The Alliance for Nonprofit Management ISBN: 978-1-118-37834-2

Program Management Program Management for Improved Business Results Dragan Z. Milosevic, Russ Martinelli, James M. Waddell ISBN: 978-0-471-78354-1

International Business Negotiations Breakthrough Business Negotiation: A Toolbox for Managers Michael Watkins ISBN: 978-0-7879-6012-4

Practical Negotiating: Tools, Tactics & Techniques Tom Gosselin ISBN: 978-0-470-13485-6

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Wiley Difference in Business When you visit the Wiley Difference in Business website, you will find‌

You can choose from thousands of cases and articles from Darden Business Publishing to adopt or incorporate into your Wiley textbook. Adding flexible and relevant BUSINESS CASES to your course helps students learn how to apply concepts in context.

Wiley encourages critical thinking with BUSINESS HOT TOPICS available through Wiley Custom Select. Written by leading professionals and academics, these chapter-length modules easily fit into your syllabus and can be packaged with or bound inside your Wiley text.

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Wiley’s WEEKLY UPDATES news site sparks classroom debate around current events that apply to your business course topics. Emailed every week, the Weekly Updates contain the most relevant news articles and videos tagged to your textbook and complemented by discussion questions.

Experience the Wiley Difference in Business for yourself: www.wileydifferenceinbusiness.com

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BSG Solutions and Services About Us The Business Solutions Group (BSG) is a dedicated services and solutions team within Wiley Global Education. At Wiley, we understand that it takes more than a textbook to provide the best educational experience possible; it takes a complete academic solution. We combine market-leading content from Wiley’s renowned publishing programs with expert academic and consulting services to help maintain and, more importantly, expand your business. We offer curriculum development services, custom learning materials, student success programs, professional development offerings, digital content solutions, and much more. Our success lies in our solutions-oriented, consultative partnership approach, as well as Wiley’s rich publishing history. Over the years we have earned a reputation as an innovative, hardworking, and effective leader in the private postsecondary education school market. Most notably, feedback from our partners tells us that we provide the highest level of service and academic expertise in the industry today.

Visit www.wiley.com/go/bsg to learn more about becoming a valued Wiley BSG partner.

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Curriculum & Program Development Wiley is selective about the authors and subject matter experts we choose to work with as well as the projects we undertake. As a result, we achieve success and maintain our well-earned reputation as a publisher of quality, not quantity. We take a very similar approach to curriculum development. Your Wiley BSG course development team includes a dedicated project manager, instructional designer, subject matter expert(s), course writer(s), and quality assurance specialist(s). We offer you significant experience in managing complex, sizable program development initiatives on very tight schedules for both on-ground and online curricula. We are accustomed to managing, collaborating, and interacting with multiple constituencies within a single organization on a regular basis throughout the development process. Our Approach We do not take a “cookie cutter” approach to curriculum development. We engage in a comprehensive needs analysis to better understand how we can best serve your needs in terms of program and course development. BSG imbeds our processes into our client’s procedures in order to provide a seamless development experience. Typically, we expect to manage the entire course development process and have established milestones and approval checkpoints to ensure that the courses and materials we deliver are in 100 percent compliance with your course templates and program goals. Guiding Principles Wiley takes the position that to successfully develop any product, tight adherence to process and procedures is critical. To this end, we employ a rigorous approach to managing the development of your curriculum and develop all on-ground courses with an eye toward efficient migration to the online environment. We:        

Adhere to stringent project management best practices Apply Quality MattersTM standards Understand and analyze client’s course development templates and models Define and confirm media needs Determine clear process and schedule based on model and product development life cycle Develop core information about program Develop single course for review and approval Model first course and develop curricula

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Subject Matter Experts When recruiting for subject matter experts, the Business Solutions Group targets well-known experts within the field. Our standard requirements for Subject Matter Experts and Course Writers include:       

Significant experience within the discipline Proven teaching and professional experience within the discipline/subject Actively teaching and/or developing curricula within the discipline/subject Degree within the discipline/subject areas (advanced degree highly preferred) Prior course development experience ideally within multiple environments, such as schools and for other publishers Proven innovator within the discipline/subject, to ensure that perspective and experience is the most current and reflective of the most recent developments within the field Proven track record of timely delivery of end product; proven ability to maintain highly aggressive development schedule

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Wiley Professional Development

Jossey-Bass, a Wiley brand, is the leading and largest publisher of professional development and training materials in the United States. Renowned authors such as Curtis Bonk, Rena M. Palloff, and Keith Pratt offer you new perspectives on online learning and many other critical topics facing instructors and administrators in higher education today. For more information, visit www.JosseyBass.com .

The Wiley Faculty Network is a global community of faculty connected by a passion for teaching and a drive to learn, share, and collaborate. Its mission is to enrich the teaching experience and promote the effective use of technology. The Wiley Faculty Network enables your instructors to collaborate with colleagues, find Mentors, attend virtual and live events, and access a wealth of resources designed to support excellence in teaching. The Wiley Faculty Network website features a range of resources contributed by faculty, including best practices, teaching and learning websites, showcase courses, and step-by-step tutorials on various technologies. Wiley Faculty Network Mentors are faculty from educational institutions around the country who are passionate about enhancing instructional efficiency and effectiveness through best practices. Visit www.WhereFacultyConnect.com to learn more.

Wiley Learning Institute, in collaboration with Jossey-Bass, advances and supports online professional development for higher education faculty and campus leaders. Wiley Learning Institute employs the latest technologies to provide participants with interactive workshops, applied learning labs, one-on-one coaching programs, and an online, collaborative community experience. Through partnerships with college and university systems, campuses, and faculty development centers, Wiley Learning Institute enables faculty to excel in their work, fulfill the education mission of their institutions, and provide additional opportunities to enhance teaching and learning. For more information, visit www.WileyLearningInstitute.com .

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Reviewed by over 500 instructors and administrators, Managing the Digital Transition: Strategies for Planning, Teaching, and Learning has received high marks for being publisher and platform agnostic, and for focusing on the true pedagogical impact of moving from print to digital on the teaching and learning experience. These four self-paced online learning modules look at the impact of moving from print to digital learning materials from all aspects of the academic ecosystem. eBooks in Higher Education The movement from print to digital represents a significant paradigm shift in both the teaching and learning process. Designed to spark further contemplation for faculty and administration, this module considers the challenges and possible benefits and enhancements to the academic experience for both instructors and learners. Transformative Teaching and Learning Using Digital Content Recognizing that shifting to teaching from digital materials impacts both the teaching and learning experience, this module seeks to marry the two challenges in a discussion of the ways in which digital content can create a personalized, engaging, and positive academic experience for students of all levels. eBooks and Transforming Research Practices Increasingly, learners default to the Internet as their primary research tool, rather than using the library. This, in of itself, presents many challenges, as students may use un-cited and unreliable sources as the basis for various research initiatives and assignments. This module discusses these challenges and relates this issue to how libraries are using digital content to foster improved research skills. The Social Construction of Knowledge through eBooks Where will we be in five years in terms of using digital content? The goal of this module is to open the door to the future impact of eBooks coupled with social media in terms of how students will interact with each other and share knowledge and information. Register at www.WhereFacultyConnect.com/bsg .

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Our Best Practices in Online Learning Virtual Seminar Series focuses on current issues in online learning and arms instructors and administrators with a wealth of actionable information. Developed by a leading expert in online education, each seminar addresses a specific issue surrounding the delivery of the optimal online educational experience. Visit www.WhereFacultyConnect.com/bsg to register for this free, asynchronous virtual seminar series, and join over 6,000 instructors and administrators who have already taken advantage of these compelling online lectures. For Faculty: Profile of the Online Learner uncovers the unique characteristics of the learner and the critical factors that affect why they choose an online environment over face-to-face learning. Interaction in an Online Environment reviews the methods you can use to motivate learners and build effective online interactions that will enhance the online learning experience and build a strong online learning community. Managing the Online Environment offers strategies that will help you manage the increased amount of interaction with students, effective ways to provide feedback in a timely and effective manner, and strategies for creating more self-directed learners. Pedagogical Strategies for Online Learning introduces new instructional strategies to help you present the content of the course. This seminar will introduce you to key strategies for developing critical thinking discussion questions and interacting with learner posts. Plagiarism teaches some of the most common types of plagiarism and looks at why students plagiarize in their work. In addition, we will look at prevention strategies and some of the tools available to help detect issues of plagiarism.

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[ PROJECT MANAGEMENT MARKET TRENDS & CURRICULUM GUIDE ] For Administrators and Faculty: Understanding Persistence of the Adult Learner addresses the issue of student retention and the factors that contribute to it. The presentation will define retention and persistence, present theoretical models of retention, discuss specific factors that influence retention and persistence, and provide strategies for improving persistence. Instructional Strategies to Help Students Persist focuses on instructional strategies that faculty can incorporate into their teaching to help students persist in their courses. Instructional Design for Online Learning presents instructional design strategies that can help improve the ability of learners to persist in a course and achieve the intended learning outcomes. Outcomes-Based Curriculum defines outcomes-based curriculum, discusses specific initiatives that are influencing outcomes-based curriculum, describes curriculum mapping, develops an understanding of outcomes-based curriculum design, and finally, discusses the importance of assessment in an outcomesbased curriculum. Register at www.WhereFacultyConnect.com/bsg .

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References Market Trends: “Project Management” Wetfeet.com. n.d. Web. September 24, 2012 https://www.wetfeet.com/articles/career-overview-project-management “Senior Project Management Salaries” Glassdoor.com. n.d. Web. September 24, 2012 http://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/senior-project-manager-salary-SRCH_KO0,22.htm “Project Management Salaries” Glassdoor.com. n.d. Web. September 24, 2012 http://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/project-manager-salary-SRCH_KO0,15.htm “Assistant Project Management Salaries” Glassdoor.com. n.d. Web. September 24, 2012 http://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/assistant-project-manager-salary-SRCH_KO0,25.htm “Project Coordinator Salaries” Glassdoor.com. n.d. Web. September 24, 2012 http://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/project-coordinator-salary-SRCH_KO0,19.htm

Project Management Bachelor’s Degree Program Description and Major Course Sequence: Dr. Laura Scallion Dr. Scallion has worked in higher education for over 9 years, and in business for over 25 years. She has taught with Portland Community College, Portland State University, Columbia Gorge Community College, University of Phoenix, and Clatsup Community College. She instructed a wide variety of courses including programming, networking, system design, system analysis, business, finance, accounting and business math to name a few. The formats of these courses included classroom, online, and hybrid. During those years Dr. Scallion traveled as a business trainer across the United States with Sun Microsystems and trained business IT people as Sun Solaris System Administrators, Solaris Network Administrators, Solaris Security Administrators, and Java Programmers. During Dr. Scallion’s business years she worked as a programmer, network analyst, and IT manager in Wireless cable systems and then an IT Manager in a company building secure emergency networks for governments. Dr. Scallion has worked with John Wiley and Sons developing courses for approximately three years before starting work with the project division. She currently resides in Salem, Oregon, and is completing her dissertation at Nova Southeastern University, Ft Lauderdale, Florida in Computer Privacy.

Project Management Market Trends & Curriculum Guide Version 7 - Updated 10/22/13

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