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If you face the challenge of preparing students for the challenges they’ll face in tomorrow’s tough and uncertain business environment, turn to the most efficient introduction to business textbook on the market.
Business in Action offers instructors and students a much-needed alternative to texts that are either overstuffed and overwhelming or so skimpy that they compromise essential coverage. With full 20-chapter coverage that is up to 20 percent shorter than other comprehensive texts, Business in Action sets the standard in high-productivity learning.
Each chapter is divided into six concise segments, each with its own Learning Objective. Each segment focuses on the most essential concepts and terminology to help students achieve that particular objective before moving on. The consistent structure simplifies course planning and class time allocation for instructors, and it helps students organize their reading, review, and test preparation.
This objective-driven structure is carried through to the test bank and the assessment and remediation tools on MyBizLab, making it easy for instructors and students to zero in on specific chapter content.
Each chapter segment concludes with a comprehensive Checkpoint that helps students review and reinforce what they’ve learned in manageable doses, rather than reviewing an entire chapter at once. With this approach, each learning objective is addressed as a mini-chapter within the chapter, which helps students absorb new concepts in small, carefully metered segments and get confirmation before moving on to the next segment.
Together, the six Checkpoints in a chapter also make an ideal test-prep tool for students: They can simply skim the Checkpoints in succession for a quick refresher on chapter concepts and key terms.
Every chapter in Business in Action is bookended with a Behind the Scenes vignette/case study pair that helps students grasp the principles covered in the chapter—and understand the importance of learning them.
The chapter-opening vignette introduces an entrepreneur or executive faced with a major strategic challenge and encourages students to imagine how they would address that challenge. The chapter-closing case study describes the strategic choices the company’s leaders made, including how they applied the concepts the student just learned in the chapter. Three critical thinking questions require students to apply the concepts covered in the text, and they can find out more about the company featured in the case by completing the Learn More Online exercise.
The sixth edition takes efficiency and student-friendly design to an entirely new level, with more than 150 exhibits that teach. These unique diagrams, infographics, and quick-reference tables address the challenge of getting students to read long passages of text by presenting vital concepts visually. More than 60 of these illustrations are all new in the sixth edition.
There’s no disguising the fact that introduction to business can be a challenging course to teach, not only for the extreme variety of topics that must be covered but for the difficulty of many of individual topics as well. Business in Action takes particular care with these topics, through both clear and concise writing and helpful visuals.
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