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ERIC Number: ED082052
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Feb
Pages: 489
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Small Business Management. Instructor's Manual. Volume I. Third Edition.
Jeanneau, Joseph A.; And Others
The instructor's manual is one of four prepared as a guide in conducting a small Business Management course for American Indians to prepare them for jobs as owners/managers of their own businesses and for management positions with business owned by bonds, cooperatives, and others. The manual contains lesson plans, suggested methodologies, and lists of resources required. In the five months of class time and one month of on-the-job training, the following subject areas are covered: management process; marketing management; finance, accounting, bookkeeping; personnel management; business law; personal finance; business communication; production management; and office procedures. Lessons are drawn from different subject areas and arranged serially rather than dealing with an entire subject area. In a detailed introduction the situation of the Indians is reviewed, the course is surveyed, techniques are explained, and resources and setting for the course are discussed. The final emphasis is on adapting the course to local needs, obtaining feedback, and administrative responsibilities. (For Volume II, see CE 000 352; Volume III, CE 000 353; Volume IV, CE 000 355) (AG)
Training Research and Development Station, Department of Manpower and Immigration, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan ($29.95 for set of four vols. CE 000 351-000 355)
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Authoring Institution: Saskatchewan NewStart, Inc., Prince Albert.; Training Research and Development Station, Prince Albert (Saskatchewan).