Management Styles

Bibliography last reviewed March 16, 2016
Beyond HR: The New Science of Human Capital by John W. Boudreau and Peter M. Ramstad. 2007.
    The authors use a decision model in teaching readers how to manage personnel. 352.38 B756b
    This revised edition contains new case studies, examples, and sections. 658.562 Y22d 

Essentials of Lean Six Sigma by Salman Taghizadegan. 2006.
    The author explains the Six Sigma management style and introduces case studies that use the style. 658.562 T125e
    The topics of industrial productivity and the U.S. auto industry are covered in this title. 629.22 H255f

The Future of Management by Gary Hamel. 2007.
    Hamel covers such topics as innovations in management, and knowledge management theories in this title. 658 H212f

    Covers the topics of TQM and continuous improvement. 658.409 A285h
Lean Six Sigma DeMystified by Jay Arthur. 2007.
    This is a practical guide to the management theory known as six sigma. 658.4 A788l
    This is a guide to understanding six sigma. 658.4 C314l

    Apgar covers the topics of industrial productivity, performance, and management benchmarking. 658.401 A641r 
    A founder of the Six Sigma Academy and a Six Sigma champion teach about how companies can incorporate Six Sigma into their management strategies. 658.4 H323s
    A guide to six sigma for small businesses. 2008. 658.4013 B163s 
    The author presents the ideas of knowledge management, business intelligence, and competitive intelligence, and he includes case studies in this text. 658.472 L717s
    Using case studies, Conway presents the importance of investing in things unseen. 658.4 C767t
    Covers production management principles and the six sigma management style. 658.4013 S771u