Accessible and interactive for the international student
Business and the environment in which it operates1: Business activity 2: The organization 3: The changing business environment 4: Economic environment 5: Assessment exercises Business structure, organization and control6: Ownership and internal organization 7: Financing business activity 8: Assessment exercises Business activity to achieve objectives9: Marketing 10: Production (operations management) decision making 11: Financial information and decision making 12: Assessment exercises People in Business13: Human needs and rewards 14: Manpower Regulating and controlling business activity15: Reasons for regulations 16: Influences on business activity 17: Assessment exercises
Brian Titley has significant experience of teaching business studies and economics and of management in education, business and government. He is a respected author, writing for students learning at the secondary level.
`"I really like the book and we ordered a set last year as it is the only thing close to the syllabus. It has worked well and the cartoon style activities work well with 2nd language students."' Tim Pearson, Business Studies Teacher, British International School, Phuket, Thailand `"Highly recommended. I have recently started using this textbook with my business students. It is another comprehensive and engaging textbook from Oxford. My students had been struggling with previous texts at this level, finding them either too dull and hard to follow or too simplistic. In contrast the Oxford book contains many real world business examples students can relate to. The use of case studies, news articles, fun cartoons and the abundance of exam answers have so far been received very enthusiastically by them."' Teacher review, Amazon