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Boring and Dull to read,
This review is from: Management: An Introduction (Paperback)
This book is an example of how to make a book as unreadable as possible. A book suchas this does not hold appeal to its intended audience, degree students.
The book has a lot of useful and interesting examples, but these are often badly placed in the center of a body of text, which distracts.
A summary of the chapters exist at the end, but these examine only certain; content, process and control issues. This leads to a summary that does not relate to the chapters contents and can confuse the reader.
All in all the facts are present but the book insists on laying them bare to the ground. Most chapters could be cut be 50% with no information loss.
A lack of colour except blue exists and trust this tires the eyes quickly. With a bit of colour a decent layout and less waffle and this book would be good, as it is look elsewher.