The study of management is represented by an assortment of activities and practices. Research in this field can come from a variety of sources such as market and industry reports, geographic reports, company profiles, case studies and datasets. This guide aims to help students access and use sources that will help them better understand the vast amounts of information that form the basis of the practice of management.
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|Verbatim||use Tools > All Results > Verbatim to search the exact keywords you type.|
|“ ”||use double quotes to search the exact phrase you type.|
|filetype:||use filetype: to search for a variety of file formats.|
|inurl:||use inurl: to search for term in the URL.|
|intitle:||use intext: to search for terms in the text.|
|site:||use site: to limit your search to a particular site.
|intext:||use intext: to search for terms in the text.|
|define:||use define: like a dictionary to define words and terms.|
|term AROUND(5) term:||use AROUND(n) to search for words within a certain proximity.|
|OR||use OR to search for synonyms or similar concepts.|
|-||use minus (-) to subtract terms and domains from your results.|
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