Business Student's Handbook
Learning Skills for Study and Employment
By Sheila Cameron
Pearson Education Limited
Distributed By Trans-Atlantic Publications
ISBN 13: 9780273688839
430 Pages, Illustrated, 7 1/2" x 9 3/4"
$79.50 Paper Original
"The Business Student's Handbook" integrates study skills, interpersonal skills
and work skills to help students gain better marks in their study and to transfer
those skills for success in the workplace.
The broad range of topics covered
includes: Study skills such as essay writing, exam technique and managing one's
studies; Interpersonal skills such as teamwork, communication and presenting;
and Work skills such as exploring problems, managing projects and improving
creativity. Skills are improved by doing, rather than reading, so this book
comes with an extensive bank of exercises and activities, both in the text
and online, to help students assess their strengths and to build a personal
development plan to improve on weaker areas.
Examples of activities include
quizzes on stress, time management and confidence. There are checklists for
essay planning, job application and interviews; exercises on how to deconstruct
exam questions and work with case studies, and basic maths and grammar helpfiles
for practice and reference.
This new edition has more content covering the
key issues for today's students, such as critical thinking and plagiarism,
and more colour and new illustrations make this edition even more readable.
Activities are fully supported with resource materials and teaching notes for
lecturers and both student and lecturer resources are available. Sheila Cameron
has worked for the Open University Business School since its inception. She
has been involved in its MBA programme in a variety of roles, including a period
as MBA Director and is also the author of "The MBA Handbook Fifth Edition."
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