Part of the hugely popular Professional English in Use series, this book offers management vocabulary reference and practice for learners of intermediate level and above (B1-C1). Key MBA topics, covered in 40 independent units, including Leadership, Change Management and Finance are presented through real business case studies.
Part of the hugely popular Professional English in Use series, this book offers management vocabulary reference and practice for learners of intermediate level and above (B1-C1). Key MBA topics, covered in 40 independent units, including Leadership, Change Management and Finance are presented through real business case studies. The course has been informed by the Cambridge International Corpus to ensure that the language taught is up-to-date and frequently used. Primarily designed as a self-study book, it can also be used for classroom work and one-to-one lessons. This book is a must for both students of MBA and other Business programmes and professionals who need to use English in managerial context.
In recent years his work has taken him to Poland, France, USA, Bulgaria, Hong Kong / China, Mexico, Germany, Malta, Eritrea, Canada and Italy. Arthur is a management educator and troubadour. He works at the University of Ulster, where he teaches at the Business Institute in the Ulster Business School on a range of programmes for private, public and not for profit client organisations. His first degree is in Homeric and Classical Greek from the University of Edinburgh. After a short period as a lighthousekeeper in Orkney and Shetland, he was a teacher, teacher trainer and manager in EFL (English as a Foreign Language) for 15 years. He worked in Sweden, Libya and Kuwait as well as in the UK and Ireland. He completed the RSA Dip TEFLA in 1977, with a Distinction in the Practical Tests, and an MBA (Henley, 1991) by distance learning. He has developed and implemented a wide range of training courses in business and management communication skills. Much of this work has been with leading European companies in the oil, pharmaceutical, IT, engineering and automotive sectors.
Ros Wright, the Past President of TESOL France, specialises in English for medical purposes, and has been training medical professionals in Paris since 1998. She is co-author of Professional English in Use: Management (Cambridge University Press, 2011) and is currently writing a 2-level course for nurses. Ros is also co-author of English for Medicine (Garnet Education, 2010) as well as Good Practice (Cambridge University Press, 2008), short-listed for the British Council ELTons Award for Innovation (2008) and inaugural winner of the IATEFL BESIG David Riley Award for Innovation.